Correct spelling for OILL
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Possible correct spellings for oill
- bill Here's a five-dollar bill.
- dill The smoke still curled up lazily from the chimneys, and after she had uncovered the embers and donned her rough homespun dress and housewifely apron and cap, and had the preparations for breakfast well under way, she went to the door and called aloud in the crisp, chill air to " Dill," as Gilfillan was christened by Fifine,-the name being adopted by all the family,-insisting that he should not cook his own breakfast but join them.
- fill When a ghafalah passes a well there is the greatest confusion to get all the camels to drink, and the people quarrel and fight about this, as well as for their turn to fill their water-skins.
- gill "See here, Gill Mace," cried Frank promptly, "can't you find a little better employment of your time than bullying little children?"
- hill Master Percy-none of 'em isn't hill?
- ill And you have been very ill, I understand.
- mill I am now at the mill of Mariemont.
- oil Delpha ran for water and olive oil.
- oily An oily, blue-eyed boy in spattered overalls, he was always just emerging from beneath a car, or crawling under it.
- pill And has Mrs. Pill married Barnes yet?"
- rill And thus, from one circle of rocks to another, I pass through ten of them before I hear again the friendly voice of the rill, and behold again the comforting countenance of the sylvan slopes.
- sill While the owner and his goods remain inside the shop, there is room for two people outside on the sill or doorstep, and a couple of fat leather cushions are provided for them.
- till I never thought of that till now.
- will Kate, will you go in with me?
- Jill Jill took a deep breath of relief.
- Oils They fear we shall cover the introduction of the English oils from Halifax.
- cellophanes Bouquet (wine), a fragrance or odor, especially when used as a description of wine Flower bouquet, an arrangement of cut flowers Fruit bouquet, a fruits arrangement in the form of bouquet Bouquet garni, a bundle of herbs used to prepare soup, stock, and various stews Cookie bouquet, a gift or a decorations Candy Bouquet, an arrangement of candy, cellophanes, chocolate In mathematics, a space constructed with the wedge sum, for example, the bouquet of circles Kitchen Bouquet, a browning and seasoning sauce Spiritual bouquet, a collection of prayers and spiritual actions given up for a specific purpose
5 words made from the letters oill
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