Correct spelling for SYLABOL

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Possible correct spellings for sylabol

  • label By remembering the address on the little label the shop-people happily left sticking to the frame I had had made for my photograph.
  • salable I turned everything salable or mortgageable into cash, locked the cash up in my private vaults, and waited for the cataclysm.
  • saleable Prisoners represent so many saleable wares.
  • slab While Ossian wanders disconsolately over Ireland, he comes to a multitude of men trying to move an enormous slab of marble, under which some other men are lying.
  • soluble Its density is 0.919, and it differs from castor oil in being only slightly soluble in absolute alcohol.
  • syllabic There is something in the picture of this devoted man writing Gospels in Slavi, primers in Dog-Rib, and a Prayer Book in syllabic Chipewyan, which brings to mind the figure of Caxton bending his silvered head over the blocks of the first printing-press in the old Almonry so many years before.
  • syllable He pronounced it deliberately, syllable by syllable, and turned upon Tristram.
  • syllabub To mention only a few of these, we find:-"Scotch Ale from my Lady Holmeby," "A very pleasant drink of Apples," "Master Webb's Ale and Bragot," "Apples in Gelly," "To make Bisket," "Sir Paul Neal's way of making Cider," "My Lord of St. Alban's Cresme Fouettee," "The Queen's Barley Cream," "To pickle capons my Lady Portland's way," "Pickled Champignons," "A Flomery-Caudle," "My Lord Hollis Hydromel," "Master Corsellises Antwerp Meath," "My own considerations for making of Meathe," "Meathe from the Muscovian Ambassadors Steward," "White Metheglin of my Lady Hungerford's which is exceedingly praised," "My Lord of Denbigh's Almond March-pane," "My Lord Lumley's Pease-pottage," "Pease of the seed, buds of Tulips," "A soothing Quiddany or Gelly of the Cores of Quinces," "Sack with clove gilly-flowers," "My Lord of Carlile's Sack-posset," "To make a whip Syllabub," "Sucket of Mallow-stalks," "The Countess of Newport's Cherry Wine."
  • syllabus The separation of Church and State in this last procedure is the act of Rome, although the opposite theory is sanctioned in the Syllabus.
  • symbol No one pretends that the English would be less patriotic under a republic; and yet with the strengthening conception of the British Empire, the importance of the Crown as the symbol of imperial unity has been more keenly felt.
  • Sybil In view of Lady Sybil Crotin's unpopularity, it was perhaps a great mistake that she should make herself responsible for the raising of funds for the local women's hospital.
  • slabs "Ye schippes yt saile untill ye towne Ffor mee no plaisaunce hath, Syn most of them ben loded down With schingle, slabs and lath; That ither schipp-say, where is shee?
  • beller Runyon Q. Sampson has took it all in and now he lets out a beller and leaps from the car.

105 words made from the letters sylabol

5 letter words made from sylabol:

bolls, alloy, loyal, bosal, baloy, lolas, boyla, allos, solly, boyal, boals, ballo, bolla, lolab, bolly, sylla, salol, llosa, losal, blays, ollas, solla, sally, basyl, slaby, bally, balls, lysol, sabol, solal, abloy.

4 letter words made from sylabol:

layo, ball, soay, slay, llys, olla, loba, ably, abls, bola, lybo, loys, also, syll, bayo, lols, lobs, boly, yoba, yabo, yalo, bloy, laos, loya, yall, ally, layl, salo, lays, boya, yoal, ayob, lloy, obal, llay, boll, llao, soya, loay, slab, labo, olly, olya, boys, boal, yobs, slob.

3 letter words made from sylabol:

bos, lay, abo, sob, alb, sol, asl, ola, als, yob, soy, lob, lao, oas, aby, say, sly, lab, boa, bay, llb, boy, all.

6 letter words made from sylabol:

loyals, boylas, ballsy, boylls.

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