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How to spell DOIL correctly?

If you meant to type "doil" but realized it's a misspelling, correct options include "coil", which refers to a tightly wound spiral; "foil", a thin metal sheet; or "soil", the top layer of the Earth's surface. Double-check words before sending to avoid confusion or misinterpretation.

List of suggestions on how to spell doil correctly

  • Boil I watched as the pot of water began to boil on the stove.
  • Coil I coiled the garden hose neatly after finishing watering the plants.
  • D oil D oil is commonly used in cooking and can be found in most kitchens.
  • DIL I need to dilute this juice with water because it is too sweet.
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  • DOI The DOI (Digital Object Identifier) is a unique alphanumeric string assigned to a digital object such as an article or a book to ensure its persistent identification on the internet.
  • Doily She carefully laid the doily on the coffee table to protect the surface from any spills.
  • DOL The DOL, or Department of Labor, ensures fair and safe working conditions for employees.
  • Doll My niece loves playing with her doll every day.
  • Foil The superhero's trusty sidekick was always ready with a clever plan to foil the villain's evil schemes.
  • Moil He worked tirelessly, moiling away in the fields under the scorching sun.
  • Oil I used olive oil to cook the vegetables.
  • Roil The rough current of the river began to roil, causing the boat to sway uncontrollably.
  • Soil The farmer prepared the soil before planting vegetables.
  • Toil She toiled all day in the hot sun, working tirelessly to finish the project.

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