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Possible correct spellings for i'ill

  • Isl
  • All
  • "i guess he's all right.

  • It'll
  • Ilia
  • Iii
  • 42 369 sibrandus schafnaburgensis 1844 iii.

  • Jill
  • Ail
  • I know that beauty must ail and die, and will be born again,-but ah, to see beauty stiffened, staring up at the sky! oh, autumn!

  • Bill
  • 175. grey, charles, earl: appeal to archbishops and bishops on reform bill, iv.

  • Gill
  • I was not startled from self-possession when mr. wynne's great red bull rose with a bellow before my face, as i was crossing the cowslip lea alone, stooped his begrimed, sullen head, and made a run at me; but i was afraid of seeing mrs. gill brought to shame and confusion of face.

  • Al
  • And nuzhat al-fuad answered, weeping and loud-wailing the while, "o my lady, may thy head live and mayst thou survive abu al-hasan al-khali'a; for he is dead!"

  • Hill
  • The first i called upon was sir richard hill.

  • Idyll
  • She determined not only to have dances, but to give in addition a short greek play, and selected for that purpose the famous fifteenth idyll of theocritus.

  • Ila
  • Ella
  • I knew no one in philadelphia except the chap who had taken me yachting once, and i felt pretty certain that he would not associate leslie the football player with leslie the sailor on the ella.

  • Ul
  • Pill
  • Ill
  • Ll
  • Sill
  • Ali
  • "a rangar on a black mare has gone down the pass ahead of you in a hurry," they told him at ali masjid.

  • Ally
  • The duke was at longroyston, the seat of his old political ally the duke of st. bungay, and had been absent from sunday the 6th till the morning of friday the 11th, on which day parliament was to meet.

  • Dill
  • Why, noble dill isn't hardly any taller'n i am myself, and he hasn't got any muscle partickyourly.

  • Till
  • Oily
  • Ilk
  • Ilea
  • Eli
  • Letters of introduction were sent by him, however, to his old friend eli goddard, who was then living in cordova, and to his brother-in-law, prince poniatowski.

  • Oil
  • Mill
  • Ell
  • In the ell a second one of less formal proportions was designed which was reached by a flagging of rough stones.

  • Il
  • Every unmarried daughter of every peer in england would have envied me,-but it would have been comme il faut."

  • Ii
  • 121, 145, 150 flemings in pembrokeshire, ii.

  • Icily
  • "the tower," said the young man icily, "is perpendicular, and later than 1412, at all events, when a former belfry fell in, destroyed the nave, and cracked the pavement, as you see.

  • Rill
  • Ills
  • Fill
  • We'll take our fill of it while it lasts."

  • Will
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