What is the correct spelling for SPIRILS?

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Correct spelling for SPIRILS

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Possible correct spellings for spirils

  • spiral Holding the closed end in the left hand and the long open one in the right, the spiral is begun.
  • spirits The Captain now returned in high spirits.
  • spoils "Why, nothin', Pat, only I've got some sons that spoils me, so I have, a-makin' much of me.
  • spirals On top of her head is a quite little coil of hair that lifts itself, and spirals up, like a giant snail-shell.
  • sprigs From Kotagherry, near Ootacamund, Miss Cockburn records that "this bird builds a neat cup-shaped nest, generally choosing a branch consisting of three upright sprigs, at the bottom of which the building is placed.
  • SPIRES But from the walls you can see the towers and spires of Amsterdam, and that city serves them as a gathering place in the heart of the country whence they may strike blows all round; and, therefore, as you lie so close, one of the first blows may be struck here.
  • spills Sooner or later one spills out his secrets."
  • spinals
  • spiels
  • Aprils On September 22, 2008, Across Five Aprils announced that they would be breaking up.
  • perils
  • concursion
  • de-crypt
  • de-crypts
  • intacted
  • inter-dependence

29 words made from the letters spirils

4 letter words made from spirils:

isis, slip, iris, piss, rips, liir, ssri, lisp.

3 letter words made from spirils:

sis, psi, irs, rip, lir, sir, lii, sls, lip, sip.

5 letter words made from spirils:

lisps, piils, pilis, psiri, siris, islip, slips, sipsi, pliss, spiri, sirsi.

Misspelling of the day


  • allowings
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  • assure
  • be satisfied
  • caesura
  • care
  • case