Correct spelling for KEELY
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Possible correct spellings for keely
- jelly Appears before them, and with solemn march Goes slow and stately by them: thrice he walk'd By their oppress'd and fear-surprised eyes, Within his trucheon's length; whilst they, distill'd Almost to jelly with the act of fear, Stand dumb and speak not to him.
- kale There was no vegetation on the islands except sea kale and a few stunted bushes and cactus.
- keel But there was no time to study the wonders of Nature then, or even look at the way in which the keel of the boat was illumined by myriads of golden points.
- keenly While waiting in Hamburg for a vessel, he felt keenly his solitary situation in the world.
- keller Von Keller is now a much respected citizen of the home town, who lives in awe of public opinion.
- kelly Kelly, he's locked the door.
- key "Here, in my key basket.
- Keels This, and the heavy rocker in the keels, suggests the Taurus was intended for a landing boat.
- Kelley "It's more of a wonder than you know," replied Kelley.
- Kelli Kelli Butler is an American politician and a Democratic member of the Arizona House of Representatives elected to represent District 28 in 2016.
- Kiel For there, before his eyes, militant, magnificent, the British fleet was taking the sea, gliding out to accept its fealty, moving majestically in mass after mass of steel under flowing torrents of smoke, with the phantom battle flags whipping aloft in the blinding smother of mist and sun and the fawning cut-water hurrying too, as though even every littlest wave were mobilised and hastening seaward in the service of its mistress, Ruler of all Waters, untroubled by a man-made Kiel.
18 words made from the letters keely
Misspelling of the day
- fore running