Correct spelling for HILE
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Possible correct spellings for hile
- bile His bile rose at once.
- chile "Chile, chile, dat's de thing dat tears dis hyar old heart ob mine," said the woman, her eyes filling with tears.
- file In single file they slipped over the moss, the leader clearing the path.
- hale The three extra plates had been placed there for the Hale family, who were expected to-morrow.
- hide Haven't seen hide nor hair of her."
- hie Therefore, when their Only Child suggested that he would fain hie to the Husks at a Reasonable Hour, they told him that Slumber was made for Slaves and to take his Feet out of his Lap and move around.
- hike I have to have my little hike every day."
- hill It's true about the lady being stopped on Red Hill-in her carriage, too.
- hilt Upon the hilt of his sword each of them swore to do as I had asked.
- hire "Mr. Brimmer, he no tell me-he no hire me-" "Be silent, fellow!"
- hive In reality, and to those who know it, the place is a perfect hive of activity.
- mile Long's I don't get more'n a mile from Forty-Second-st.
- nile In the distance he could see the valley of the Nile River, a great green swath which cut through the tan desert wastes.
- pile Which shall we do, Beric, pile more wood on the fire, or let it go out altogether?
- rile "Better come and ride over with us, Rile," he urged.
- tile "If I ars't Dusty," said the Top Floor Chap, "I don't know but what 'e wouldn't tell a different tile."
- vile And there I had to sit, so tired and sleepy, with all the vile tobacco smoke, and the men-black, red and white-shouting and singing.
- while But you're right-I'll see Polycarp and have him come over once in a while.
- wile He bowed not, nor disputed, but he saw Those ill-created joyless gods, and loathed, And saw them creeping, creeping round the walls, Death breeding death, wile witnessing to wile, And sickened at the dull iniquity Should be rewarded, and for ever breathe Contagion on the folk gathered in prayer.
- hole Ninnie-Dinnie did not get home till quite late in the afternoon, and when Joan asked her where she had been so long, she said a little Skavarnak would not let her come before, and that he stood in the path barring the way, till a dinky little woman in a bluish cloak came over the moor, and then he sped away through a hole in a carn.
8 words made from the letters hile
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