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  • abel Only that of being caught and hanged, Abel.
  • able And I have felt that I ought to be able to do something.
  • ably More plainly, it meant that I was a man whose gift for self-fooling promised ably to survive his hair.
  • bail Bail was refused for him, but at the trial he was acquitted for want of evidence.
  • ball "I dined, together with Captain Ball, on board the Vanguard: we all form great expectations of our future success, which, I trust, will be realized.
  • belie It doesn't belie me, for I like this-immensely.
  • bell She stood with her hand on the bell looking at him.
  • belle The very next afternoon, after the dinner dishes were washed, Mrs. Owen got out the blue material and she cut out a dress for Peggy, and then a small one for Belle.
  • belly With a cry to his Indians to follow and to bring the Louchoux girl, MacNair threw himself belly-wise onto his sled, gave voice to a weird cry as his dogs shot out across the white snow-level of Snare Lake, and headed south-ward toward the Yellow Knife.
  • bile Now, that bein' the case, an' the baggage all wet, an' the day parfitly beautiful, an' the sun about hot enough to bile the sea, we can't do better nor stay where we are, an' mend the canoes, dry the goods, an' start fair to-morrow mornin'.
  • bill Mr. Crilly has made himself responsible for a bill on the bank.
  • billow He that wrestled stoutest and tamed the billow-brood Danced in rings with girls, like a sail-flapped mast.
  • billy "I can't," said Billy, "I just can't!"
  • boil Do not allow them to boil.
  • boll boll, a pod. paws, the feet of beasts.
  • bull Has Bounding Bull tried his best to bring them to reason?
  • edible It was perhaps the most indigestible edible with which she could have outraged a diet list, but in that quarter of Paris, where sous were scarce, cream-puffs were the delicacy par excellence, and therefore a delicacy for all occasions, rare enough in any event, when they could be obtained.
  • ell At that moment the sound of a sash flung up at the other side of the ell startled the three young folk.
  • emile But while this dialogue was taking place between the two ladies, little Emile, thirsting for revenge for the blows he had received, picked up a large lump of earth and threw it with all his strength at the person who had beaten him. The clod did not reach her, but it struck one of the ears of her horse, and as it broke, spattered and soiled the beautiful blue skirt.
  • evil The Government, however, was powerless against the evil.
  • evilly You see your weppings might get you into trouble at Red Dog, and your money's a temptation to the evilly disposed.
  • il Madame de Maluet has probably brought her up to believe it is not comme il faut for a jeune fille to accept a present from a monsieur.
  • ill I was very ill.
  • Ebola Hundreds of people were tested or monitored for potential Ebola virus infection, but the two nurses were the only confirmed cases of locally transmitted Ebola.
  • Eli Pendoggat put the Bible under his arm, turned, caught Eli by the wrist and strode on, dragging the clumsy minister after him.
  • Emil I fear, Emil, that all the fault is not with your wife.
  • Bella "Just for a few days," pleaded Bella.
  • Billie Billie frowned down at the tablecloth and drew a pattern on it with a fork.
  • Ella I've known Ella Warren since she was as big as a glass of milk!
  • Emily Translated by Emily Hill.
  • Bela "No," replied Bela quaintly.
  • BL =RABELAIS= (r[)a]-bl[=a]'), Francois (1495?-1553?), 3, 7, 28-43, 60, 65, 83, 146.
  • BIOL -Female, adult, no. 262655, U. S. Nat. Mus. Biol.

20 words made from the letters ebill

3 letter words made from ebill:

ell, llb, ill, lei, lie, bel.

4 letter words made from ebill:

biel, bile, bill, elli, ilbe, bell, lieb, ible, blei, liel, leil.

5 letter words made from ebill:

libel, bleil, belli.

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