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  • bile The original reputation of this herb was acquired because of its purgative properties, which enabled it to carry off black bile which was causing insanity.
  • file The door was dashed open, and Lloyd, followed by a file of soldiers, strode into the room.
  • mile 7000; station about a mile from the town.
  • nile At Rick's invitation he joined the boys on the balcony overlooking the Nile, and accepted the offer of coffee.
  • pile I can't even go to bed without a pile of papers beside me to work at during the night or in the early morning!
  • rile You can mun a rile-I mean run a mile with the best of 'em.
  • stile So the garden was entered by a sort of stile-a board was placed with one end on the ground, and the other on the middle rail of the fence-and it was on this that Shenac sat down.
  • tale Nobody would believe his strange tale and last he grew tired of telling it, and even to hardly credit it himself.
  • tide One man told me we would be in on Wednesday, another said we would miss the tide and not be in till Saturday.
  • tie Tie up your horses, and early in the morning we will go after buffalo.
  • tilde In diphthongs, the acute accent is placed on the first letter of the diphthong while the tilde marking rising tone (the original circumflex) is placed on the second letter.
  • tile Another important structural use is in the manufacture of plaster boards, blocks, and tile for interior construction.
  • tiled The outlying villas with their porches and laurels, the red tiled farm houses, and the brown barns, clustering beneath the wings of beautiful trees-elm trees; see the flat plots of ground of the market gardens, with figures bending over baskets of roots; see the factory chimney; there are trees and gables everywhere; see the end of the terrace, the gleam of glass, the flower vase, the flitting white of the tennis players; see the long fields with the long team ploughing, see the parish church, see the embowering woods, see the squire's house, see everything and love it, for everything here is England.
  • tiler "We've got to find him first," objected Tiler gruffly and despondently.
  • till He didn't let it out till the night Sir Horace quarrelled with me.
  • tilt That at least they do acknowledge the importance of duties fulfilled, and the spirit with which they have been carried out, should be a conclusion against which it would be absurd to tilt.
  • time "Only a very short time.
  • tine To decorate myself a little, I carried a beautifully carved tine in one hand and a red parasol in the other.
  • tire At last the general said, "I'm afraid my daughter will tire Mrs. March."
  • title The German title runs: "Antwort der Widerlegung auf unser Bekenntnis uebergeben."
  • vile The vile threat, which I knew he had used to my mother, so worked upon me that I strode forward unable to control myself longer.
  • wile An' den I 'm quiet, too scare to spik, Wile Pierre he paddle me down de crick, Easy an' nice he mak' her go Close to de shore w'ere de bulrush grow, W'ere de pike an' de beeg feesh lak to feed, Deir nose stickin' out w'ere you see de weed-
  • Til An' whan the lunch was ower, an' Mr. Harper was thinkin' the moment come whan they would order him to tak the heid, an' him trimlin' at the thoucht o' touchin' 't, an' lay't whaur it was-an' whaur it had sae aften been whan it had a sowl intil 't, the gentleman got up, an' says he til him, 'Be so good,' says he, 'as fetch me my hat-box from the hall.
  • Tole "Yo' ma done tole me to," replied Sylvy, with a smile.
  • tiles Passing through this gate we were in the temple court proper, and in front of the temple itself, a building of imposing height and size, of a dull red colour, with a grand roof of heavy iron grey tiles, with a sweeping curve which gives grace as well as grandeur.

13 words made from the letters tile

4 letter words made from tile:

3 letter words made from tile:

lit, lie, let, tie, lei.

Misspelling of the day


  • dire
  • eire
  • fire
  • hire
  • ire
  • lire
  • mire
  • no buts about it
  • pare
  • pi re