Correct spelling for KIIL

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  • ail PIPER Alive and singing; Young,-young; -and four thick walls and no more sun, No music, and no wandering, and no life! Think you, I would not steal ail things alive Out of such doom?-How can I breathe and laugh While there are things in cages?-You are free; And you shall never more go back again.
  • bail Anyone pulling down walls of any forest or park where deer are kept without the consent of the owner must forfeit 30 pounds and if he can't pay, he is to be imprisoned for one year without bail and spend one hour in the pillory on market day.
  • bill 259, 260. Speech on Reform Bill, iv.
  • boil But this you do before it begin to boil.
  • coil One peculiarity of the churchyard, however, consisted in the great age to which its inhabitants had attained before shaking off this mortal coil.
  • dial A bright sunshine played on the crumbling brick, the small-paned windows, the touches of gilding in the railings of the perron; and on the slimy pond a few ducks moved to and fro, in front of a grass-grown sun-dial.
  • dill Anyhow, I do like Noble Dill, and I bet so does Aunt Julia.
  • fail At all events, they must not fail to come.
  • fill All evidence and proceedings have been printed and fill up ten heavy volumes.
  • foil Conscious of right and strength he believed they could foil all attempts upon them, and while the question was still fresh in his mind Father Philibert Drouillard came in.
  • gill Vinegar, half a gill.
  • girl A poor, helpless little girl like that!
  • hail Hail to the bounteous earth!
  • hill Hill dropped his voice and looked down as he uttered the last two words.
  • il Il n'a pas bien assise ses lunettes.
  • ill Nobody ill at Thankful Rest, I hope."
  • jail He died in jail."
  • kali The minister's son at last bethought himself of his own wife, who was living in a distant town, and who was a devoted worshipper of the goddess Kali, who, through his wife's intercession, might be prevailed upon to give life to the dead child.
  • keel With swelling sails, urged by the strong wind blowing from the southeast, its keel cut the rolling waves.
  • kick Kick 'im anywhere with your knees or your feet.
  • kid Something about that Driscoll kid?
  • kidd Mr. Kidd bent over her and put his hand affectionately on her shoulder.
  • kiev At the Kiev University, of 580 new students, 32, all of them medallists, were Jews.
  • kiln A quantity of kiln-dried earth was weighed and then put into a tight vessel.
  • kilo Potatoes of any sort are 1.40 or 1.50 the kilo.
  • kilt He must be awful in a kilt, and I am sure he shivers when the wind blows-he has that air.
  • kin In a minute he'll be where I kin git him-plumb.
  • kine I can remember the thatch of the cot and the byre, And the green of the garth just under the dip of the fells, And the low of the kine, and the settle that stood by the fire, And the reek of the peat, and the redolent heathery smells.
  • king What thinke you the King shall be depos'd?
  • kip We had to "kip" with our greatcoats pulled up over our heads, and then the beggars would go down and nibble at our boots.
  • kirk It was true that his duty to the kirk which had been his life, and which he himself was under condemnation according to his own standard, had seemed to him to conflict with the path he had marked out for Ralph.
  • kiss Jeanne gave her a kiss.
  • kit My lord spoke to Kit and moved on.
  • kite In 1750, Benjamin Franklin "caught" lightning with a sharp pointed wire attached to the top of a kite which led down to a key at the other end.
  • kith "Harold,-he was ever obedient, he alone of his kith; truly my soul mourns for Harold," said the King, sighing.
  • kiwi These are many-so many that I almost repent me of the heading to this chapter, wherein I may speak only of the struthiones among the cursores-the curious cassowary, the quaint kiwi, the raucous rhea, the errant emeu, and the overtopping ostrich.
  • kohl
  • krill
  • lii
  • mail
  • mil
  • mill
  • moil
  • nail
  • nil
  • oil
  • pail
  • pill
  • rail
  • rial
  • riel
  • rill
  • roil
  • sail
  • sill
  • skill
  • soil
  • tail
  • till
  • toil
  • veil
  • vial
  • vigil
  • viol
  • wail
  • will
  • Jill And Lockley and Jill heard it long before it came in sight.
  • Til
  • Karl I recognized the voice of old Bremer and his sons, Ludwig and Karl.
  • Kim They "heard about the place before iver they kim intil it."
  • Neil
  • Gail Gail does not enter into it at all.
  • Kia In Wilkinsburg, Pennsylvania pregnant eighteen-year-old Kia Johnson was murdered during a fetal abduction by Andrea Curry-Demus, who had previously spent eight years in prison for stabbing another expectant mother to obtain her unborn baby.
  • Gil I didn't do anything to offend you, did I, Gil?
  • Phil
  • Kiel British naval officers by this time were beginning to wonder how long the German high seas fleet intended to remain under cover in the Kiel canal.
  • kills What kills me is the horror for her-for her."
  • KL
  • BIOL Rev. Biol., 13:274-300, 5 figs.

4 words made from the letters kiil

3 letter words made from kiil:

lii, ilk.

4 letter words made from kiil:

kili, kiil.

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