Correct spelling for ETAIL
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Possible correct spellings for etail
- ail Pray what may ail The pup, once eloquent of tail?
- attila Leo, Bishop of Rome, in his sacerdotal robes, dared to demand the clemency of the savage king, and the intervention of St. Peter and St. Paul is supposed to have induced Attila to retire beyond the Danube, with the Princess Honoria as his bride.
- detail Everybody knows what an amount of attention the golf player has to give to every detail of his movement, and yet it would be easier to discover by haphazard methods the best way to handle the golf stick than to use the spade to the best effect.
- earl 306-308 Abingdon, James Bertie, first Earl of, vii.
- email Anthrax also unearthed some alarming email.
- entail Little, however, did Clarence, despite his vexation when he learned of the bienveillance of La Meronville, foresee the whole extent of the consequences it would entail upon him: still less did Talbot, who in his seclusion knew not the celebrity of the handsome adventuress, calculate upon the notoriety of her motions or the ill effect her ostentatious attachment would have upon Clarence's prosperity as a lover to Lady Flora.
- eta Well, well, if she is a samurai-" "She is an eta," said Arisuga.
- evil You forget the good our reverend's been doing amongst us all this time, and you think only o' this here evil.
- fetal If the act of conception had passed without evil influence on those that were actively and passively participating in it, the product of that hour could by no means be sure that this or that planet would not maliciously thwart the ease and tranquillity of its embryonic and fetal life.
- metal It is a sad commentary on man's lust of novelty that the factory at Ferrara was ultimately abandoned by reason of the introduction into the country of the brilliant metal-illuminated leathers of Cordova.
- petal Take care to place every petal between and not behind its predecessors, and let each row fall back, so that at the conclusion it has a globular appearance in front, and flat at the back of the flower.
- retail Nay, so shameless had the system become, and so highly was the art of turning the game to account cultivated at the Grange, that the keepers sold powder and shot to any of the guests who had emptied their own belts or flasks at something over the market retail price.
- tail 118, and note what a different position it gives to the comet's tail.
- tall He moves upwards as rapidly as one might go up a tall ladder.
- teal 15. Serve the Second Course: Small birds, lamb, kid, venison, rabbits, meat pie, teal, woodcock.
- toil Old Katrina sat wringing her toil-gnarled hands.
- Tali Cumque dormientis adhuc Biarconis cubiculum praeteriret, expergisci iussum, tali uoce compellat:
- Til "Only," he added, drawing a step nearer, and speaking in a subdued confidential voice, "dinna lat yer harsie rin awa' upo' the ro'd hame, for I sweir til ye, gien there be only trowth i' the laws o' natur, he's no siller, nor onything like it-" "Hoots!"
- Italy 3. Italian, from Italy.
- Emil "Afterwards, when Emil and I were married, we often spoke of the journey to Copenhagen, and of undertaking it once more.
- ETAS But there was the Japan Society in America, which turned its back on them, etas, whereby they were left in a strange land, with only a strange language and half pay, all of which would have been beggarly enough.
- ITAL Vernage, H. 2. II. Vernaccia Ital.
- it'll "No, it'll just come I suppose.
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