How to spell PHILE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell phile correctly

  • bile Mr. Fellingham took a walk on the springy turf along the cliffs; and "certainly she is a commonplace girl," he began by reflecting; with a side eye at the fact that his meditations were excited by Tinman's poisoning of his bile.
  • chile She sees this chile hev got a big body; ye kin say to her thet his heart ain't no great ways out o' correspondence wi' his karkidge.
  • fail You and Sandy Morley are not going to see me fail!
  • faille
  • file
  • filer
  • fill I'm going to fill this tube with water.
  • foil I made a foil peace sign.
  • hale Noah was feeling very relieved after he completed his bath.
  • hill There is a hill on the property.
  • mile I went for a long walk this morning and I covered a mile.
  • nile I'm going to travel down the Nile River.
  • pail I filled the pail with water from the spicket.
  • pale The pale sky lightened as the sun rose.
  • phi Phi is the symbol for the golden ratio.
  • phial She filled a phial with water and placed it on the altar.
  • philip
  • philter
  • pile She neatly stacked her pile of books on her nightstand.
  • pill
  • pole I have a pole in my backyard to use for picnicking.
  • pule I cannot help but laugh when I think about the pule you made me pull last night.
  • rile She smiled and brushed her hair out of her face, revealing the rile wound on her temple.
  • tile
  • uphill I'm going to have to work hard to walk up the hill.
  • vile She was vile to talk to me after I helped her.
  • while I am waiting for my mom while she shops.
  • wile
  • Phalli
  • Phyla Phyla is one of the many types of bacteria.
  • Pele The goddess Pele is said to reside in volcanoes.
  • Phil Phil stacked the boxes in the corner.
  • Philly
  • phials She filled two phials with fresh water and placed them on the counter.
  • FILO Many people know filo as a type of pastry, but did you know it comes from the word "fillo?
  • PYLE She always enjoys a nice pint of ale when she's feeling down.
  • PHIS
  • hole

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