Correct spelling for SLAID

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Possible correct spellings for slaid

  • iliad At the "Grecian," too, Steele amused himself by putting the action of Homer's " Iliad" into an exact journal and planning his "Temple of Fame."
  • lad I knew your father when I was a lad here.
  • laird They might know him familiarly as a prosperous farmer or a hardy fisherman-or as their own doctor or their doctor's guest, or-no, he could not be their laird for Mr. Rendall was too tall.
  • lard Lard requires no other care than to be kept in a dry, cool place.
  • laud In 1632 Archbishop Laud caused a strict enquiry to be made, with the result that the Master, Dr. Lewis, reported that the fabric was in a state of great dilapidation.
  • lid "Quick, Ffoulkes," he whispered, "everything back into the chest, and the lid down."
  • mislaid The note from him which I leave with this letter, and which you will remember was brought to the door by a servant, who said it had been mislaid and forgotten, will prove that I tell you truly.
  • plaid It is said an earl of that name bestowed it on a Farquaharson in exchange for so small a matter as a plaid.
  • sad Violet eyes were sad-dull.
  • said As they said nothing to me concerning it, each day brought some complaints about their organising a Baptist Church "over our heads," as a number expressed themselves.
  • sail As I could not go by land without passing through the States of Venice I resolved to go to Ancona, whence boats sail to Trieste every day.
  • salad Wash next in cold water with a stiff brush or rough cloth, wipe perfectly dry, rub all over again with salad oil and vinegar or lemon juice and let it lie in this marmalade for a quarter of an hour before broiling.
  • salt No officer, however high up in the service, likes to lose even a subaltern from his command when that subaltern is worth his salt.
  • salty He made it almost as Salty as a Mother Song and filled it with Papa and Mamma and the Patter of Baby Feet.
  • sealed They were now entirely cut off from all hope of succour, and their fate appeared to be sealed.
  • slain But the memory of Tostig-all guilty though he was-a brother slain in war with a brother, lay heavy on Harold's soul.
  • slaked The chief drawback to the use of farm-slaked lime is the difficulty in securing even distribution.
  • slat They are all taken from their place of deposit and arranged, according to species and color, in front of a symbolic slat altar on the floor of the council chamber in a way I have attempted to indicate, as far as possible, by the arrangement of the figures on the plates, the quadrupeds being placed upright, while the Eagles and other winged fetiches are suspended from the rafters by means of cotton cords.
  • slate Upon it lay a slate and a book of algebra.
  • slaw With young pig, apple sauce, hominy croquettes, pan baked sweet potatoes, young lima beans and cold slaw or kohl-rabi.
  • slay Then slay me there.
  • sled
  • slide
  • slider
  • slit
  • sold
  • soled
  • solid
  • staid
  • sullied
  • valid
  • Sailed They sailed next day.
  • Sallied It was an economic repose, however, for he sallied forth every morning, with his sketching tools on his back, in search of material for new studies.
  • Slated Under the roof of the lavatory, a {188}group of old women leaned against the pillars in talk; a crystal stream gushed forth and ran down the slated gutter; three small children stood motionless, with wide-open, questioning eyes.
  • Slaved As the winter came he slaved with his pencil and pen, his heart bound to the new hope.
  • Slid
  • Slued
  • Sid Besides- But just then Sid-Macbeth gasped as if he were sucking in a bucket of air.
  • slayed
  • Salado Pursued by an overwhelming force-fresh troops drawn from the garrisons in the neighbourhood, added to the late escort so shamefully discomfited, and smarting under the humiliation and defeat-the pursuit carrying them through a country to which they were entire strangers-a district almost uninhabited, without roads, and, worse still, without water,-not strange that all, or nearly all, of them were recaptured, and carried back to El Salado.
  • laid Whole towns had been overwhelmed and shattered, great tracts of rich land in Sussex and Hampshire had been laid waste, and the people, powerless against the enormous forces sweeping down upon them, had been mercilessly mowed down and butchered by Cossacks, whose brutality was fiendish.

36 words made from the letters slaid

3 letter words made from slaid:

ail, das, als, lad, aid, asl, sad, dal, lsd, ida, dis, lid, ali, dia.

4 letter words made from slaid:

5 letter words made from slaid:

dials, slaid, laids, sadli, silda, alids.

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