Correct spelling for ILD
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Possible correct spellings for ild
- gild The sun was beginning to gild the tops of the old trees, which moved with a gentle whispering, as if they would waken each other from their drowsy night-faces, in order to greet the sun together; when the princess, startled by a rustling at some distance, looked down the road, and saw the young man hastening towards her.
- i'd " I'd like to," Rynason said.
- il Thursday, April 15, 1915. It was a rough and very cold night again.
- ilk A letter arrived, dictated by Sutor, and written by Stubenrauch in the fluent bad Latin used by him and those of his ilk.
- ill "You will make yourself ill.
- lid She hid inside a chest on her wedding day, when they were playing hide-and-seek, and the lid snapped with a spring lock.
- mild Her face was mild, her voice low and gentle.
- old With old Hanani you were safe."
- wild I shall go wild if you say that.
- ID 1, 87, 'Macer et Lucretius legendi quidem, sed non ut phrasin, id est, corpus eloquentiae faciant; elegantes in sua quisque materia, sed alter humilis alter difficilis.
1 words made from the letters ild
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