How to spell EASLIEY correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell easliey correctly

  • aisle Henry's heart beast faster: but he lighted his lantern, and went up the aisle.
  • alley He would say that it is no place at all, but a short box of an alley.
  • allies Our allies were swift to seize this golden opportunity.
  • asl I wish I could speak Spanish fluently like you.
  • asleep Other boy asleep, h'm?
  • eagle Keneu', the great war-eagle.
  • earlier He did not think of the earlier days when he had walked that same road.
  • early Someone brought them here early.
  • ease So that by asking a few questions any that were so inclined might follow you with ease."
  • eased "'Deceased impressed me as a rather melancholy, low-spirited gentleman.
  • easel In going home, the painter led us by an easier way out of the valley, left his little easel and other things at a cottage, and then walked on in front between my wife and daughter, while Turner and I followed.
  • easily No, I don't think I would expect you to make friends easily.
  • easy It's easy enough to call them, but who will come?
  • isle I think the Isle of Thorns is yours."
  • measly He didn't have a show, not a measly show for his life!
  • paisley Cyril wore his cap and went to bed in his cap, and Constance wore a Paisley shawl.
  • parsley Cut your onions in slices, fry them with parsley-root, cut in long thin slices, in half a teacup of sweet oil, till they become a fine brown.
  • wesley "Mrs. Black has just told me about that fair," said Wesley.
  • Ashley So Quarrier talked, sparingly, about his new coach, about Billy Fleetwood's renowned string of hunters, about Ashley Spencer's new stable and his chances at Saratoga with Roy-a-neh, for which he had paid a fabulous sum-the sum and the story probably equally fabulous.
  • Beasley "Mrs. Beasley," she cried, "I think I shall change my mind.
  • Leslie I've had a talk with Leslie; he told me exactly what delayed him."
  • Allie Allie was not there.
  • Elsie "That is right, captain," Elsie said, with a pleased smile.
  • Earle Now, Mr. Earle, we'll see what's to be done."
  • Lesley I interviewed Lesley yesterday.
  • Ellie
  • Essie
  • Sallie Allison mentioned her friend Sallie.
  • eases I am feeling a bit eased now that the ordeal is over.
  • ESL
  • measlier The task at hand was more complicated than he initially thought and he was feeling more measlier by the minute.
  • easier I think it would be easier if you could just email me the file.

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