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Possible correct spellings for galla
- call He was coming to call!
- calla There are detailed descriptions from the pens of those who feel an unctuous joy in painting the lily, kalsomining the calla, and adding perfumes to the violet, the rose, and the orange.
- gael Gael is in attendance; that is, he's in the sitting-room.
- gaily The two went homewards arm-in-arm, dancing down the hillsides, and singing gaily as they went.
- gal Mos'ly Injuns, o' course; but a squaw's a wife w'en ye marries her, an' I know how it hurts a gal to be dis'p'inted in sich a matter.
- gala The house was splendidly illuminated: in front of it stood a piquet of well-dressed soldiers; sentinels were placed at all the doors; the apartments were filled with attendants, pages, and officers of every rank in gala uniforms; and the etiquette of the Spanish court was as much as possible adhered to throughout the proceedings.
- gale "If you will fetch my clothes," continued Mr. Gale, "I will go now."
- gall He is a stranger to those solid joys arising from the practice of virtue, is doomed to encounter all the miseries that attend his ill-chosen career, and to drink every drug of wormwood and gall that heaven has mingled in the cup of dishonor.
- galley Schahabarim and Salammbo went out quickly, and gazed from the top of the galley staircase.
- gaul Hermon owed it solely to the bridge-builder that he had escaped from the vengeance of his Biamite foe, for the tall Gaul, whose thick beard resembled Hermon's in length and blackness, was mistaken by Hanno for the person whom Ledscha had directed him to deliver alive into her power.
- gila Gila swept on in her chariot.
- gill Gill is waiting for me now; we must have dawdled over dinner.
- gull "The Butcher's Story," told to Dickens by the policeman who had played the part of the innocent young butcher, may be profitably compared by lovers of detective humor with the story of Fitsgrave-a "thrice worthy" gentleman who under the disguise of a young gull fresh from college succeeds in circumventing and unmasking the five associated swindlers of variously villanous professions by whom a fair and amiable heiress is beleaguered and befooled.
- gully And all the time the smoke was creeping along that beastly gully, and we knew well enough that, tear as we might, we couldn't be in time.
- Carla The Count could not perhaps at this moment have held it in, but he did not wish to do so; he dug in his spurs, and in a few seconds-his hesitation had been only momentary-had overtaken Carla.
- Gail Fifty years ago Gail Hamilton was much in the public eye, and Grace Greenwood, and Fanny Fern; and in Bohemian circles, there were Agnes Franz and Ada Clare, but they are all quite forgotten now.
- Gayle Gayle Rubin, "Dangerous, Misguided, and Wrong: An Analysis of Anti-Pornograph Politics.
- Karla George Bentham (1800–1884), English botanist, son of Samuel Isaac Bentham (1886–1917), British water polo player James Bentham (1708–1794), English clergyman and historian of Ely Cathedral Jeremy Bentham (1748–1832), English philosopher and jurist who developed utilitarianism John Bentham, English footballer Joseph Bentham (1693/94-1671), Church of England minister and writer on theology Lee Bentham (born 1970), former Canadian racing driver Nat Bentham, English rugby league footballer of the 1920s, and 1930s Samuel Bentham (1757–1831), English mechanical engineer, brother of Jeremy Thomas Bentham (1513–1578), Bishop of Coventry Trevor Bentham (born 1943), former English stage manager and screenwriter Fictional characters: Jeremy Bentham (Lost), another name for the character John Locke in Lost Karla Bentham, character in the BBC 1 TV drama Waterloo Road, played by Jessica Baglow
- Kayla Nora Molly Brady (deceased) Second generation Peter Brady (deceased) Third generation Colleen Brady (deceased 2008) Eric Brady (deceased) Shawn Brady (deceased 2008) Caroline Brady Molly Murphy Fourth generation Ryan Brady (deceased) Roman Brady Kimberly Brady Donovan Shane Donovan Kayla Brady Johnson Steve Johnson Bo Brady (deceased) (half-sibling) Hope Williams Frankie Brady (adopted) Max Brady (adopted) Colin Murphy (presumed deceased) Fifth generation Carrie Brady Austin Reed Eric Brady Sami Brady EJ DiMera(presumed deceased) Rex Brady Cassie Brady Andrew Shawn Donovan IV Jeannie Theresa Donovan Stephanie Kay Johnson Joseph Johnson Shawn-Douglas Brady Belle Black Brady Chelsea Brady Beauregard Isaac Theo "Zack" Brady (deceased) Ciara Alice Brady Sixth generation William "Will" Horton Sonny Kiriakis ( divorced ) Johnny DiMera Allie Horton Sydney DiMera Grace Brady Claire Brady Tate Black Noah Reed Seventh Generation Arianna Horton
- Gallo What effect San Gallo may have had upon him, supposing this architect arrived in Florence at the middle of May, can only be conjectured.
- galls The galls of all species should be collected and pinned and also preserved in alcohol, and specimens of the mites should be mounted in balsam.
- golly I'm going to make him recognize the fact that I'm a man, by golly, and that I look at things like a man.
12 words made from the letters galla
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