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How to spell JEWILS correctly?

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  • jewel I left it in a jewel-case on my table before going down to dinner.
  • jeweler If these belonged to me instead of to the jeweler, I'd ram them down your ungrateful throat.
  • jewess That she was a Jewess was known to everybody, but few could say with certainty whether she was a German, a Spanish, a Polish or an Eastern Jewess.
  • wells The wells of the district all commence on this table-land or plain.
  • Jellies Everyone was hungry and happy, and Mademoiselle's cakes and jellies were much appreciated; but Esmeralda sighed as she looked around, and ate sandwiches with such a pensive air that Hilliard demanded the reason of her depression.
  • Keels The Atlantic ocean, the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean sea were furrowed with the keels of Spanish fleets, at a time when the European nations scarcely maintained the pretense of friendship with one another.
  • Wills Nevertheless, she found the flutter of women's ambitions exciting and liked to observe the indirect working of their wills even in the man's game....
  • Jewell M. O. May 11, 1865 Jewell, George W. Lane Aug. 12, 1863 Aug. 12, 1863 Trans.
  • Gels The gel in my hair looks dry.
  • weals The pharmacist kindly wrapped the bandages tightly around my weals.
  • cowls They were dressed in coarse black sackcloth habits, with the cowls drawn down over their heads.
  • swirls The tornado churns through the fields and swirls around the town.
  • bewails He becomes reminiscent of his friends in Riverside, bewails the early graves of some, others "gone bugs," and rejoices over his good chum Patty McGraw managing to escape.
  • wails
  • veils She wore a veil to the function.
  • jails A group of inmates is confined in a jail.
  • newels The newels are ornate and delicate.
  • swills
  • jells She had a pot of her mom's jells boiling on the stove.
  • coils I now made a complete examination of all the batteries and coils of my instrument, as failure in any of these might result most seriously.
  • jewels Jewels are a valuable possession.
  • jewelers She always dreamed of owning a jewelers.
  • jowls The old man had thin jowls.
  • kiwis I found a banded kiwi in my garden.
  • vigils We vigils with our friends until the sun comes up
  • wiles
  • twirls He twirled her around and around until she was dizzy.

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