Correct spelling for LILE

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Possible correct spellings for lile

  • bile All this while he is menaced by his four internal enemies, gall, blood, bile and wind; and furthermore, mortal poison, snakes that bite, animals of prey and reptiles, the alternation of heat and cold, rain and storm as well as finally the various plagues of age, if at all he survives those.
  • file A file of the Times?
  • lie Let it lie there.
  • life I never, never shall want money so much again in my life."
  • like "Say what you like to me.
  • lille This chap lives at Lille, France, and manufactures his serum at the Pasteur Institute at that place.
  • lilo Johann Philipp Kratz von Scharffenstein (1635) - Beheaded for treason in Vienna Hans Ulrich von Schaffgotsch (1635) - Beheaded for treason in Regensburg Hans Hermann von Katte (1730) - Beheaded in Küstrin for helping Crown Prince Frederick of Prussia in an attempt to flee to England Schinderhannes (1803) – Guillotined in Mainz for armed robbery and other crimes Karl Ludwig Sand (1820) - Beheaded for the murder of August von Kotzebue in Mannheim Max Hödel (1878) – Executed for attempting to assassinate Emperor Wilhelm I Weimar Republic Fritz Haarmann (1925) – The Butcher (or Vampire) of Hanover – Guillotined in Hanover for murder Peter Kürten (1931) – The Vampire of Düsseldorf – Guillotined in Cologne for murder Nazi Germany Bruno Tesch (1933) – Executed in Altona with three others after "Altona Bloody Sunday" Marinus van der Lubbe (1934) – Guillotined in Leipzig for starting the Reichstag fire Benita von Falkenhayn and Renate von Natzmer (1935) – Executed by axe in Berlin for espionage Edgar Josef André (1936) – Beheaded in Hamburg for treasonous involvement in the Reichstag Fire Helmut Hirsch (1937) – Executed in Berlin for treason Lilo Herrmann (1938) – Guillotined in Berlin for treason Wilhelm Kusserow (1940) - Jehovahs Witness beheaded for refusing to serve in German military service Maurice Bavaud (1941) – Guillotined in Berlin for attempting to assassinate Hitler Helmuth Hübener (1942) – Guillotined in Berlin for treason Ilse Stöbe (1942) – Guillotined in Berlin for treason via Red Orchestra Wolfgang Kusserow (1940) - Jehovahs Witness beheaded for refusing to serve in German military service Franz Jägerstätter (1943) – Guillotined in Berlin as a conscientious objector Maria Restituta (1943) – Guillotined for treason Cato Bontjes van Beek (1943) – Guillotined in Berlin for conspiracy to commit treason Mildred Harnack (1943) – American born.
  • lilt Then he started the last downward course, sweeping along the treacherous trail with reckless speed, the rocks scattering before him. When they straightened out on the level going beneath, the bay was staggering; there was no longer any of the lilt and ease of the strong horse running; it was a succession of jerks and jars, and the panting was a sharper sound than the thunder of the hoofs.
  • lily And yet that pig is none other than Lily!
  • lime The Sonkars were formerly occupied in Saugor in carrying lime, bricks and earth on donkeys, but they have now abandoned this calling in Chhattisgarh and taken to growing vegetables, and have been given a short separate notice.
  • line How would we run the line if we did?
  • lisle At the end of the passage Miss de Lisle and the irreproachable Allenby struggled in a heap-in an ever-widening pool of water that came from an overturned bucket lying a yard away.
  • lite Lite was a man who trimmed life down to the essentials, and he had long ago impressed it upon her that if she could not shoot quickly, and hit where she aimed, there was not much use in her attempting to shoot at all.
  • live I did not begin to live, as a woman, before I met you.
  • mile We were then at Sixty Mile.
  • nile 64, among other Egyptian plants, were first introduced into the Nile valley from India by the Arabs.
  • pile He turned to the pile of stockings he had brought in with him, and began to sort them into pairs.
  • rile 1. What will you give him, matarile, rile, rile?
  • tile The chief temple was an enormous structure of stone and tile and carved wood, all decorated in gorgeous combinations of red, green, gold, and white.
  • vile He possessed a vile temper, moreover, and once aroused half measures failed to satisfy it.
  • wile In his presence Christina had no longer self-assertion or wile.
  • Lice Making death commonplace, especially in the winter months when thick, dirty clothes were worn day and night, were typhus, which was carried by lice; typhoid, which was spread by flies from horse dung; tuberculosis; and influenza.
  • Lire I wouldn't give cinque lire for it.
  • Lyle As for Coningsby, he passed his life principally with the various members of the Sydney family, and was almost daily riding with Lady Everingham and her sister, generally accompanied by Lord Henry and his friend Eustace Lyle, between whom, indeed, and Coningsby there were relations of intimacy scarcely less inseparable.
  • Lila Lila stopped on the porch, hesitating between the two men.

7 words made from the letters lile

3 letter words made from lile:

lie, ill, ell, lei.

4 letter words made from lile:

liel, leil, elli.

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