Correct spelling for QILT
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Possible correct spellings for qilt
- gilt Then he asked me what I liked best, and I said those ladies in gold and silver who were sitting on the gilt cars.
- hilt Certainly my old basket-hilt took the journey with me."
- jilt But the cad's making play after Eve-he's smiling and squeezing her hand, and the little jilt likes it.
- kilt Here are some low-browed and primitive porters from the mountains, "Shenzies," as the superior Swahili call them, and clad only in the native kilt of grass or reeds.
- lilt Although these chants occasionally recall something of the martial lilt of old Spanish ballads, they have an individual original turn which cannot be compared with any extant popular poetry.
- milt "Yes," continued Mrs Milt, in a whisper.
- quilt On the hay he smoothed out her quilt.
- silt In this way we often observe a series of alluvial terraces, consisting of gravel, sand, and silt, rising one above another along a river valley.
- tilt All at once I heard the hands begin to run over the top of the boat in great confusion, and pull with all their might; and the first thing I know'd after this we went broadside full tilt against the head of an island where a large raft of drift timber had lodged.
- wilt In truth if thou wilt be to me a father, I will be to thee a son, and there shall be peace between Werowocomoco and Jamestown.
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- beats a hasty retreat