Correct spelling for LLLL

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Possible correct spellings for llll

  • all "Why do you tell me all that?
  • ally After his first foul act of treason against Serbia, his former ally, whom he took in the rear without any declaration of war, he endeavoured, it will be remembered, to throw upon his ministers the blame of a crime which was threatening to turn out badly.
  • ball As a hostess cannot leave her place while receiving, and people come at all hours to a ball, she generally asks two or three well-known society friends to receive with her, who will take this part of her duty off her hands, for no hostess likes to see "wall-flowers" at her ball: she wishes all her young people to enjoy themselves.
  • bell Mr. Pownceby made a movement towards the bell.
  • bill Girl and the Bill, The.
  • boll The farmer who is out of debt when the boll weevil comes and has an abundance of high class food supplies on his farm is not materially affected.
  • bull This let the curtain down for the night and the bull went back to the hills with the rope.
  • call Vy for yu call me fule?
  • cell I took possession of it, and having hidden it under my dressing-gown I conveyed it into my cell.
  • cull Luckily for the present day, the tastes of the gourmand and epicure are merged in more manly sports; the great class of Corinthian aristocrats cull sweets from the blackened eyes of policemen-raptures from wrenched-off knockers-merriment in contusions-and frantic delight in fractured limbs!
  • dell When Dingley Dell took their turn at the wickets their champions were Mr. Luffey and Mr. Struggles.
  • dill "No," Mr. Dill agreed readily.
  • doll But first, supposing we could get a doll, what should it be like-fair or dark?"
  • dull Roden turned and looked at him with eyes still dull with fear.
  • ell Subsequent owners had added wings at each side instead of the more customary ell at the rear.
  • fall Wouldn't anybody know to look at me that a gentleman wouldn't fall my way!
  • fell And so presently he fell asleep.
  • fill When we reach Mozart, his letters alone fill two comfortable volumes.
  • full
  • gall
  • gill
  • gull
  • hall
  • hill
  • hull
  • ill
  • jell
  • lille
  • lilo
  • lily
  • llb
  • lld
  • loll
  • lolly
  • lull
  • lully
  • lulu
  • lyly
  • mall
  • mill
  • moll
  • mull
  • null
  • pall
  • pill
  • poll
  • pull
  • rill
  • roll
  • sell
  • sill
  • tall
  • tell
  • till
  • toll
  • wall
  • well
  • will
  • yell
  • Jill
  • Tull
  • We'll
  • Coll Now young Harald of Islay having warned the people of Colonsay of the approach of the invaders, bade his men take him at once to the isle of Coll, whither, as it chanced, Earl Sweyn the Silent had gone, and there the lad told the same tale of how Kenric of Bute was bent upon making conquest of the isles, yet breathing no word of how King Alexander had ordered the expedition.
  • Lyle
  • Ella Burns got our position at noon with more or less exactness, and the general working of the Ella went on well enough.
  • Lela
  • Lila
  • Lola
  • Nell
  • Lula
  • Lilly
  • LL
  • FOLL
  • MLLE
  • he'll

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