Correct spelling for EXELL

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Possible correct spellings for exell

  • axe With an axe, borrowed from an Indian, he one day set earnestly to work.
  • axial It has been suggested that the stars have opaque non-luminous patches on their surfaces, and that during axial rotation their light ebbs and flows according as the dark or bright portions are turned towards us.
  • axle Again, what simpler, or more absolutely practical, than the attempt to keep the axle of a wheel from heating when the wheel turns round very fast?
  • easel She indicated an oil painting which stood on an easel not far from the table.
  • exalt Dr. Warburton had a name sufficient to confer celebrity on those who could exalt themselves into antagonists, and his notes have raised a clamour too loud to be distinct.
  • excel He would not understand that in sport as in other matters there was an ambition, driving a man on to excel always and be ahead of others.
  • exert The presence of mind and activity which the fire called on him to exert, having forced his thoughts into a different channel, had afforded his nerves an opportunity to regain some portion of their usual strength.
  • exile But he did not dream for one instant that Matheson might have thrown up place and power to disappear into voluntary exile.
  • expel Suppose we could expel sin by this means; look how much we thus expel of sin, so much we expel of virtue.
  • extol So here we've met in distant land Poor honest Robin to extol, Though oft we differ let us stand United now in Ingersoll.
  • exult They would exult in saying 'I told you so,' and be convinced it was the beginning of the end.
  • Exiled The Queen, Althea, and the other ladies were already on the way to Coptos, in Upper Egypt, whither the King had exiled them.
  • EXEC
  • exiles
  • axles A cart went slowly by, its axles groaning as the bullocks plodded along, urged by the guttural shouts of the sleepy driver.
  • EXP
  • EXT
  • ESL LESL, the equivalent series inductance which is the effective self-inductance of the capacitor, usually abbreviated as "ESL".
  • EXCL

5 words made from the letters exell

3 letter words made from exell:

lee, ell, eel.

4 letter words made from exell:

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