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  • ably It was Commodore Perry who solved the mystery of the ages, and in this thrilling story, the spirit as well as the history of this great achievement, is ably set forth.
  • ail Nothing ails her, said Mrs Leigh solemnly; nothing will ever ail her any more.
  • al "Knowed Al fer years.
  • ala According to the inscription, it was erected by Ala-din Khiji, who reigned from 1296 to 1316, and remains as it stood at his death.
  • ale Again, when the poor woman came to ask a charity in Philadelphia, you whispered, that she looked like a drunkard, and that half a dollar was enough to give her for the ale-house.
  • ali I could see that Ali was pretty well scared.
  • all And so he is, as we all know well.
  • allay One new idea was suggested to him by his desire to allay Cytherea's dread of being claimed, and by the difficulty of believing that the first Mrs. Manston lost her life as supposed, notwithstanding the inquest and verdict.
  • alley "I was-that is-those alley micks-" "That will do!"
  • alloy We have heat enough to cook anything, including tungsten alloy.
  • ally However, she refused all my offers, induced Cyrus to remove me from my office near her, and to accept her husband Abradatas as an ally.
  • awl Now the mass is attacked with hammer and chisel, and the surrounding matrix slowly and carefully cut away until the contained bone is revealed, a process much simpler and more expeditious in the telling than in the actuality; for the preparator may not use the heavy tools of the ordinary stone-cutter: sometimes an awl, or even a glover's needle, must suffice him, and the chips cut off are so small and such care must be taken not to injure the bone that the work is really tedious.
  • daily I knew at once when I saw him step out of his boat here in this sad village, and I have lived with him almost daily ever since-only to be more sure than at first."
  • earl Dad, find me an earl or a duke like Mr. Crawford, and I'll marry him just as fast as you like.
  • early "I'm tired of gettin' up early mornin's just to be doin' girl's work," he said.
  • easily There was, of course, the chance that Clare had been before him, but then, as Mary had said, she had scarcely had time, and it was not likely that the girl would give them up easily.
  • eel Cantapresto, who had shown great reluctance at leaving Monte Alloro, where, as he declared, he found himself as snug as an eel in a pasty, was now all eagerness to press forward; and Odo was in the mood to allow any influence to decide his course.
  • eerily It floated eerily in no orbit, going nowhere, doing nothing.
  • ell The close, too, really is a close, with a watchman singing out in the small hours, "Past two o'clock-misty morning-a-all's we-e-ell!"
  • email It also provides its members with telephone and email support, as well as access to a "Members Helping Members" database (actually distributed as a PDF) and the "AppleWorks News Service" website, which provides timely news and information about AppleWorks.
  • evil Still you believe the cruiser out at sea yonder is going to bring you evil?
  • evilly The man laughed and again his eyes leered evilly into hers: You know what I want, he sneered, an' what I want, I'll git-an' I'll git the money, too!
  • gaily Aye, it is fair indeed in the woods when Spring comes gaily in.
  • il " Il n'y a pas de mal, mon ami," replied Madame de Fontanges.
  • ill No harm- he's not ill?"
  • mealy They were standing at the edge of a large circular clearing, three quarters of a mile in diameter; it had probably at one time been the site of a native village, for there were signs of cultivation, and a number of scattered heads of maize rose here and there, the descendants of a bygone mealy plantation.
  • oil The oil would be spoiled.
  • oily The sky and sea-feathery clouds and still, oily flatness-did not interest him this September morning.
  • Eli He pushed Eli forward, then caught his collar, and lowered him like a sack.
  • Emil Emil sprang headlong into misery.
  • Emily She might scream, of course, but Mrs. Remsen and Dora had gone out before Emily.
  • Ila Sandesh Kulkarni as Paresh (Coffee Shop Manager) Vidyadhar Joshi as Jaais Father Ashwini Ekbote as Jaais Mother Avinash Narkar as Nishads Father Ila Bhate as Nikhils Mother
  • Earle "Old Blachland's got it too," quoth Earle, with a knowing wink.
  • Eloy Chronicles I (album), an album by Eloy
  • Ellie So here you are, Ellie, dear.
  • AOL Multi-layered acronyms AIM: AOL Instant Messenger NAC Breda: (Dutch football club) NOAD ADVENDO Combinatie ("NOAD ADVENDO Combination"),formed by the 1912 merger of two clubs from Breda: NOAD(Nooit Opgeven Altijd Doorgaan "Never give up, always persevere") ADVENDO(Aangenaam Door Vermaak En Nuttig Door Ontspanning "Pleasant by entertainment and useful by relaxation") GAIM (former name of Pidgin): GTK+ AOL Instant Messenger GIMP: GNU Image Manipulation Program VHDL: VHSIC hardware description language, where VHSIC stands for very-high-speed integrated circuit.
  • AILS What ails you, little one?

21 words made from the letters eaily

3 letter words made from eaily:

lye, lea, ail, lei, lay, lie, ale, yea, ali, ley.

5 letter words made from eaily:

yalie, ailey.

4 letter words made from eaily:

ealy, aiye, yali, yale, laye, laie, liye, elya, elia.

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