Correct spelling for EAIL
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Possible correct spellings for eail
- ail "You have read them?" said I; and I thought my voice sounded not wholly natural, for I was turning in my mind for what could ail her.
- bail I'm not in a scrape, this time-or, rather, I'm in the worst kind of a scrape, though it isn't the kind that you want bail for.
- earl 23 Arran, James Hamilton, second Earl of, iv.
- email email, Dan. amel; Teut.
- evil An evil smile played about his lips, but he only glanced at my face from time to time, seeming unwilling to meet my eye.
- fail "My lord," he said, closing the door softly and returning, "let this mutiny fail!
- hail May gladness hail you through the day, and peace hush you to sleep at night!
- jail You go an' drowned 'at ole hoss, 'cause you sutny goin' to jail if you git ketched drivin' him."
- mail "I just came in with the mail.
- nail "Blood is hammering me tooth and nail.
- pail The old man, a grumpy old fellow, was going to the barn with a pail on his arm.
- rail The purpose that filled him now was so great that he waited long there, grasping the hand rail, striving to temper his new- found strength to the gentleness that was in his heart.
- sail A messenger swift and sure and trustworthy must ride to Le Havre forthwith with orders to the captain to set sail at once, to reach that lonely spot on the west coast of Scotland known only to herself and to her husband, where Charles Edward Stuart and his friends were even now waiting for succour.
- tail I'll have it ready in the jerk of a lamb's tail."
- wail The Princes and the Elders weep and wail; The young men and the maidens are made feeble; The beauty of the women hath been changed.
- Emil Gazing up at his name, which stood out in glittering letters, it seemed to her as though the next moment Emil himself might come out through the gate, his violin case in his hand, a cigarette between his lips.
- Gail Even after he and Mamma had gone to Heaven, Gail made us do the same thing, and you'd be s'prised to see the things we dug up to be thankful about even if we were orphants, and poorer than mice.
8 words made from the letters eail
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