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Possible correct spellings for nwely

  • Nobly(Definition of nobly)
  • You are not a man, until you are master in your own house and fear no mutiny against your will to act nobly.

  • Knell(Definition of knell)
  • Coroner and jury brightened visibly, while the assembled crowd gave vent to a deep murmur, that must have sounded like a knell of doom-in one pair of ears, at least.

  • Wily(Definition of wily)
  • Swell(Definition of swell)
  • Fancy a son of mine being such a swell, and engaged to that young lady, too!

  • Newel(Definition of newel)
  • Except for the single, simple turned newel, the staircase is much like that at mount pleasant.

  • Weill(Definition of weill)
  • Wally
  • Don't start, wally-that's the truth.

  • Kneel(Definition of kneel)
  • Look here, don't kneel there!

  • Newels
  • In early work the staircases were occasionally in stone with circular or rectangular newels, but the more general type was that known as the open well staircase, with balustrade and newels in timber.

  • Unwell(Definition of unwell)
  • We answered that cameron was unwell, and begged permission for him to sit down, a request that was immediately granted.

  • Nil(Definition of nil)
  • I wondered also whether the procession down the jetty was to be carried out in the clothes in which they arrived, which were nil.

  • Namely(Definition of namely)
  • "and there is nothing to be gained by our disturbing them at it-and a good deal to be lost-namely, our lives.

  • Nile(Definition of nile)
  • It went up the nile as near to the place where the obelisk stood as it could go.

  • Weal(Definition of weal)
  • Now can you tell me why they, who must feel the influence and power of their masters so much more directly than the lower class in towns, they, whose weal or woe so obviously depends on the will of the most high, are so obstinately set against the gospel of salvation?"

  • Noel
  • Noel did not answer.

  • Newer
  • This is some token from a newer friend."

  • Nelly
  • Nelly tingled with delight, and burned to ask jenny if she should not at least let captain davy know that she was leaving douglas and going home.

  • Wanly(Definition of wanly)
  • She smiled a trifle wanly and turning, left the room.

  • Well(Definition of well)
  • Nicely(Definition of nicely)
  • I can get along very nicely, indeed, without you.

  • Noway(Definition of Noway)
  • Nell
  • Suddenly she uttered a cry and flew to the light, exclaiming,- "nell, nell, look here!

  • Willy(Definition of Willy)
  • Newly(Definition of newly)
  • They talked of all sorts of things, as boys will at first meeting, and as they talked roy had his first good chance to look his newly-found friend over.

  • Neil
  • "sergeant major, let me introduce you to my friend, mr. barry dunbar," said captain neil with a grin.

  • Neatly(Definition of neatly)
  • A maid-servant, neatly dressed, should be in constant attendance on this table, and a man-servant or two will be needed to attend the door and to wait at table.

  • Nearly(Definition of nearly)
  • We're nearly out again.

  • Neal
  • Neal wished to speak, to say some good of lord dunseveric; to declare the strength of his friendship for maurice.

  • We'll
  • Wiley
  • Dwell(Definition of dwell)
  • So in my little cottage with the north wind and the apple tree for friends, i shall dwell all my days."

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