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Correct spelling for OOL

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Possible correct spellings for ool

  • col At this time Col.
  • cool I dropped to a walk now and by the time the stranger and I met I think I looked about as cool as he did.
  • fool What a fool I am!
  • oil She had expected hot oil to come out, not fire.
  • owl Without it, Parson Owl had said there could be no wedding.
  • pol But she always replied, 'Count of Saint- Pol, you do me injury in seeking to redress your own.
  • pool "Yes," he cried, "he must have got it;" and I struck gently, and felt directly as if the hook was in a stump or a dead branch at the bottom of the pool.
  • sol G Sol re ut, to be peevish and effeminate.
  • tool He could by no means be called a friend of liberty; and yet he had so great a reverence for the letter of the law that he was not a serviceable tool of arbitrary power.
  • wool She said her measter would be seem' thee about t' wool afore then.
  • AOL However, the company has sold or spun off many of these businesses – including Warner Music Group, Warner Books, AOL, Time Warner Cable, and Time Inc.
  • VOL Napoli, 1779. Vol. V., Tavola 55, p.
  • FOL 1677, fol. This work he addresses to the King, in a large dedication, which was but the first part of what he intended upon the subject; and was so strangely received, that the second never appeared.
  • OOH The Outdoor Advertising Association of America (OAAA) is a trade association representing all out of home (OOH) media formats in the United States.

1 words made from the letters ool

3 letter words made from ool:

loo.

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