What is the correct spelling for FAMILLIAR?

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  • Familiar But then there was the letter from his friend which she had seen with her own eyes, with the St. Petersburg mark, so familiar to her, on the envelope, and which had been written by a person who could not have known that she would ever see it.
  • Familiarly As he was rowing up and down near the shore, he chanced to spy a large merchant-ship, lying off, just ready to set sail; the master of which was a Roman citizen, named Peticius, who, though he was not familiarly acquainted with Pompey, yet knew him well by sight.
  • Families But the nice families always make their children wear white, I notice.
  • Family But really, do you suppose any city family would be satisfied with this?"
  • familial It is not only his wife and children, or aged parents, that ask for money, but all the members of the wider familial group, and sometimes even friends with no claim on the score of kinship.
  • Camilla Evelina is tolerable style of the kind that has no style; Cecilia is pompous and Johnsonian; Camilla was stigmatised by the competent and affectionate judgment of Mrs. Delany as "Gallicised;" and The Wanderer is in a lingo which suggests the translation of an ill-written French original by a person who does not know English.
  • familiars Died 1599. His famous work, "The Discovery of Witchcraft, proving the common opinions of Witches contracting with Divels, Spirits, or Familiars to be but imaginary conceptions; wherein also the lewde unchristian practices of Witchmongers in extorting Confessions, is notably detected; whereunto is added a Treatise upon the nature and substance of Spirits and Divels," was published in 1584. This is the title of the second edition, which differs slightly from the first.
  • halfcaste I found myself opposed to a villainous halfcaste, clad only in a pair of drawers, and armed with a large cutlass.

180 words made from the letters familliar

5 letter words made from familliar:

fmail, miraa, lamal, allai, maila, aamir, lamia, ramia, raila, alarm, fraim, allam, faria, ailia, malal, farma, maili, ilari, airil, milia, aimar, larma, filla, farai, ilmar, malla, filar, malfa, allaf, lamai, riall, illam, filmi, ilama, armia, limia, afrim, irama, amila, milli, raima, rmail, ralli, faial, falla, allar, farim, laari, flail, maill, fmall, milil, laira, ramil, falam, rafii, ramli, liara, aalii, rafia, malai, frail, lifar, rimal, rifai, ifill, maria, mirai, alami, flair, malil, arifa, amari, ilala, alafi, ariil, maral, marli, filma, afari, malfi, imara, friml, ifilm, aimal, frill, raimi, llama, malir, malli, miral, maiar, almar, maali, flaim, mafia, arial.

3 letter words made from familliar:

far, ali, iaa, lam, lir, rim, mal, aim, fri, air, arm, ram, lii, mfa, ira, mar, ail, raf, mri, imf, ala, ill, llm, ara, aar, all, fir, afl, mil.

4 letter words made from familliar:

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