Correct spelling for ILOST
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Possible correct spellings for ilost
- alas Had the keeping close to the signal-staff been all that was wanted I should have done well enough, but, alas!
- allot From the time that this writer has thought fit to allot for the burial of Jesus, it is evident, that he was not only no Jew, but so ignorant of the customs of the Jews, that he did not know that their day always began with the evening, or he would never have employed, Joseph in doing what no Jew would, nor dared to have done, after the commencement of the Sabbath.
- almost It almost began to look like it.
- aloes At first appeared a file of black eunuchs, trailing after them long trains of muslin embroidered with gold, and holding in their hands censers, which dispensed as they passed the grateful perfume of the wood of aloes; next marched Bababalouk with a solemn strut, and tossing his head as not over-pleased at the visit; Vathek came close after, superbly robed; his gait was unembarrassed and noble, and his presence would have engaged admiration, though he had not been the sovereign of the world; he approached Nouronihar with a throbbing heart, and seemed enraptured at the full effulgence of her radiant eyes, of which he had before caught but a few glimpses; but she instantly depressed them, and her confusion augmented her beauty.
- aloft A sense of chill, not physical, indeed almost impersonal, attacked him as he entered, hurricane-lantern aloft.
- also Harry also bent down and kissed his father; the old man held his hand and kept it- "I've tried to be a fair man and a gentleman-I've not been a good one.
- alt Back to the Army again, sergeant, Back to the Army again; 'Tisn't my fault if I dress when I 'alt- I'm back to the Army again!
- Altos They thought it would be cool to hack Altos.
- allots He is modern, too, in the part he allots to his own self, a self which, far from being odious ("le moi est haissable," Pascal said), is, on the contrary, charming; he relates the long vigils in his tower, where he spends his nights in writing, or at other times seated before a book, which he reads until his eyes are dim in his "hermyte's" solitude.
- AILS "Nothing ails me," he answered; then sighed, and walked up and down the room, murmuring, "What is the world to me?
- ALES It was a hot day and hot work, though casements and doors stood open to let out the vaporous fumes of cookery; and had not neighbourly Mrs. Griffith come with her young daughter Cate to the assistance of Ales and her troubled mistress, the former would have been unable to relieve Rhys of his voluntary but fatiguing duty at the remorseless churn, so great, if not unusual, were the preparations for the guests expected on the morrow.
- ablest George Odger was one of the ablest of all the working-class leaders I have ever met.
26 words made from the letters ilost
4 letter words made from ilost:
5 letter words made from ilost:
tilos, solti, silot, toils, listo.
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