Correct spelling for SWRIL

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Possible correct spellings for swril

  • peril I would that we could let them know of our peril."
  • sail The sail, however, is pleasant.
  • sari The Babylonians knew the decimal system, but for practical purposes they counted by sossi and sari, the sossos representing 60, the saros 60 � 60, or 3600.
  • serial "This infernal thing's a serial," he gasped, as he pointed at the words, "To be continued," "and that's all there is in this number."
  • serif Capital may refer to: Capital city, the area of a country, province, region, or state, regarded as enjoying primary status, usually but not always the seat of the government Capital letter, an upper-case letter in a writing system Capitals (typeface), a small-caps serif typeface Illuminated capital in a manuscript Capital punishment, the death sentence
  • shrill In the early evening he often utters a fine, shrill, whistling call note.
  • snail "At a hundred human paces from here there sits a little snail in her house, on a gooseberry bush; she is quite lonely, and old enough to be married.
  • soil Several footprints-the marks of boots at least number twelve in size-were imbedded in the soil.
  • sorely I should surely be sorely grieved if he were dead or in distress.
  • sorrel It was about a minute after this, that the sober sorrel, who took no interest in what had occurred behind him, and a great deal of interest in his stable at home, started in an uncertain and hesitating way; and, finding that he was not checked, began to move onward.
  • spoil
  • surely
  • swell
  • swill
  • swirl
  • syria
  • Sorrily
  • Cyril For instance, that Sibyl Dacy, who was a niece of the doctor, had been beguiled from her home and led over the sea by Cyril Norton, and that the doctor, arriving in Boston with another regiment, had found her there, after her lover's death.
  • Sybil
  • saris Her accent was the kind of Delhi colonial-ruling-class you associate with expensive silk saris and ruby bracelets, yet at the same time her voice had an overlay of that melodious, touchy-feely unctuousness you hear on relaxation tapes.
  • swirly

5 words made from the letters swril

3 letter words made from swril:

sir, lir, irs.

4 letter words made from swril:


5 letter words made from swril:

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