Correct spelling for SIILY

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Possible correct spellings for siily

  • icily "Perhaps not," grandma laughed icily in reply.
  • sail In February 1782 he had what the British captain called a drawn battle with an English frigate of equal metal with his own but could out sail her.
  • sally Sally Woodburn had looked at my things, and told me what to bring.
  • sibyl "Perhaps," said the girl, a sibyl for intentness now, "you would prefer to go?
  • sicily The painter Hackert, when travelling through a small city in the middle of Sicily, received fruit and wine from the magistrates as a gift of honour, because they had heard that he was a Prussian, a subject of the great King to whom they wished to show honour.
  • sickly Cherry got up on the bed, and took the splendid dying head in her arms, the murky winter dawn crept in, and the lamp burned sickly in the daylight.
  • silk It was a long soft burnouss lined with silk which belonged to the young woman.
  • silky In cold weather in the month of May, the old silky coat of the strawyard bullock is of great advantage.
  • sill The children ran to the window to listen, hanging recklessly out over the sill.
  • silly Don't be so silly, or I shall be cross!
  • silo Timothy and a silo?
  • silt
  • silty
  • simile
  • singly
  • slay
  • sly
  • smiley
  • soil
  • sol
  • sully
  • surly
  • Cilia Although the tentacles may be correctly described as organs used in capturing prey, they do not themselves seize it but waft it by means of the currents set up by their cilia to the mouth, into which it is swept by the currents produced by the cilia lining the pharynx.
  • Sal
  • swirly
  • foreignnesses

7 words made from the letters siily

3 letter words made from siily:

sly, lii.

4 letter words made from siily:

yili, siyi, lisy, syli.

5 letter words made from siily:


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