Correct spelling for ISICLE
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Possible correct spellings for isicle
- aisle Upon left of aisle-centre they were seated, all Chinese girls, on right.
- circle How they made a circle without knowing it.
- exile It is night, and the exile on the edge of the waste.
- icicle "It's only excursion parties bound for the Bears' Annooal Convention up at Telos Gorge," suggested " Icicle Ike," rapping the chaff out of a peck measure.
- icily The voice was icily regular, spendidly null.
- isle Like all the race of the Royal Cats of the Isle of Man he was without a tail.
- scale He is working on a large scale."
- sickle For reaping they make use of a small sickle without teeth.
- sickly As the sickly glimmer awakened the shadows, she called the woman back in sudden dismay.
- suckle Cats have been known to suckle young leverets.
- vesicle B. Germinal vesicle of a large ovum from the same ovary, containing a body of a strikingly similar appearance to those in the body of the ovum in A. Zeiss E, ocul.
- ISL Su. G. rep-a, to reap; and gerna, greedily; Isl. girn-a, cupere; q. what is reaped with great eagerness.
- icicles Big red roses and icicles separated only by a thin glass-she could hardly believe it; and she would cast her eye toward their own garden where a few black withered stalks marked the early death-beds of the pinks and jonquils.
26 words made from the letters isicle
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