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  • email In the NorTel network, a mail spool, where email was stored, was often shared between as many as twenty computer systems.
  • formal Gordon left his friend, and joined Miss Travers, resolved not indeed to risk a formal declaration, but to sound his way to his chances of acceptance.
  • mail And we discovered there was no way to get any mail in or out!
  • mall Instead, he saw that Irene, luckier than he in crossing the road and Mall, was closing up.
  • marl Jurassic limestones and marl ib.
  • maul There were one or two stone hammers, grooved for hafting, like the ax. A third stone maul, being grooveless, was evidently a hand tool for breaking other stones or for grinding pigments.
  • meal When they were over we went towards a tavern and had our meal served to us in the carriage, as all the rooms in the inn were full.
  • normal But below the normal the printer's motto should be: In case of doubt choose the larger type.
  • somali This was the first and last case of theft which occurred to us in the Somali country;-I have travelled through most civilised lands, and have lost more.
  • somalia Diplomatic representation in the US: Somalia does not have an embassy in the US (ceased operations on 8 May 1991)
  • tamil Socially, the Badhoyis occupy the same position as Doluvas, Kalinjis, and various other agricultural classes, and they do not, like the Tamil Kammalans, claim to be Viswakarma Brahmans, descended from Viswakarma, the architect of the gods.
  • veal Old Man Veal Jenny disliked since on one occasion she observed him bobbing up and down behind a hedge to watch her.
  • vela Ipse gubernabit residens in puppe Cupido, Ipse dabit tenera vela legetque manu.
  • venal Our purpose was not, that on the right hand Of our successors should in part be seated The Christian folk, in part upon the other; Nor that the keys which were to me confided Should e'er become the escutcheon on a banner, That should wage war on those who are baptized; Nor I be made the figure of a seal To privileges venal and mendacious, Whereat I often redden and flash with fire.
  • venial You see, sweet Mrs. Pamela, the Confidence with which I dictate these Things to you; whom after those Endearments which have passed between us, I must in some Respects estimate as my Wife: For tho' the Omission of the Service was a Sin; yet, as I have told you, it was a venial One, of which I have truly repented, as I hope you have; and also that you have continued the wholsome Office of reading good Books, and are improved in your Psalmody, of which I shall have a speedy Trial: For I purpose to give you a Sermon next Sunday, and shall spend the Evening with you, in Pleasures, which tho' not strictly innocent, are however to be purged away by frequent and sincere Repentance.
  • vial There was an odor of chloroform very perceptible when we lifted the hair to examine the skull; and on searching the room, we found a vial which had contained chloroform, and was beside the pillow, where a portion had evidently leaked out.
  • vidal The model bow here described, elaborated by Francois Tourte as long ago as between 1775 and 1780 according to Fetis,[5] or between 1785 and 1790 according to Vidal,[6] has not since been surpassed.
  • vigil The doors were open, and there was no sound save Miss Ainslie's deep breathing, but Ruth kept a dreary vigil till almost dawn.
  • vila Portugal 18 districts (distritos, singular - distrito) and 2 autonomous regions* (regioes autonomas, singular - regiao autonoma); Aveiro, Acores (Azores)*, Beja, Braga, Braganca, Castelo Branco, Coimbra, Evora, Faro, Guarda, Leiria, Lisboa, Madeira*, Portalegre, Porto, Santarem, Setubal, Viana do Castelo, Vila Real, Viseu
  • vim She threw into her dancing an angry vim; but joy was coming into it, too.
  • viola Viola Vincent, on the other hand, was delighted.
  • viral Conditions that may be described as brain fever include: Encephalitis, an acute inflammation of the brain, commonly caused by a viral infection.
  • virgil So with Homer and Virgil.
  • visual The musical impression traverses the brain, sets it in turmoil, but comes out transformed into visual images.
  • vital But the change in Oxbye-sleeping in purer air and sustained by better food than he could obtain at the hospital-pointed more and more visibly to a decided gain of vital strength.
  • vocal Paper 90 A Commonplaces of Vocal Art.
  • voile In addition to BYC, other yacht clubs on both the Ontario and Quebec sides of Lac Deschênes include Nepean Sailing Club, Lac Deschênes Sailing Club, Kanata Sailing Club, and the Club de Voile Grande Riviere.
  • vole Silver mountain vole (Alticola argentatus) Gobi Altai mountain vole (Alticola barakshin) Central Kashmir vole (Alticola montosa) Royles mountain vole (Alticola roylei) Mongolian silver vole (Alticola semicanus) Stoliczkas mountain vole (Alticola stoliczkanus) Tuva silver vole (Alticola tuvinicus) Subgenus Aschizomys Lemming vole (Alticola lemminus) Large-eared vole (Alticola macrotis) Lake Baikal mountain vole (Alticola olchonensis) Subgenus Platycranius Flat-headed vole (Alticola strelzowi)
  • weal The Captain of Castle William fancied that the girl's air and mien were such as might have belonged to one of those spirits of fable-fairies, or creatures of a more antique mythology-who sometimes mingled their agency with mortal affairs, half in caprice, yet with a sensibility to human weal or woe.
  • Emil Emil, at sight of the fruit, chattered madly and tried to leap for it.
  • Emily Yes, it was; he would have known him anywhere by his likeness to Emily.
  • Velma Authorized translation by Velma Swanston Howard.
  • Vilma He felt his reason reeling; he fought an insane desire to fling himself shrieking into that silent expanse of water to search for Vilma; then with a tremendous physical effort he jarred himself back to sanity.
  • Wilma Dave and Wilma Rogers 1948-1951 (Baywood Press, first issue March 1948) Al and Madonna Bartlett 1951-1956 (Baywood Press) George and Nancy Sherman 1956-1957 (Baywood Press) Don and Clara Mae DeWolfe 1957-1970 (Changed to Point Reyes Light in 1966) Michael and Annabelle Gahagan 1970-1975 Dave and Cathy Mitchell 1975-1981 Ace Ramos and Rosalee Laird 1981-1983 Dave Mitchell 1984-2005 Robert and/or Lys Plotkin 2005- mid-2010 The Marin Media Institute 2010 - 2015 (Editor Tess Elliott) David Briggs and Tess Elliott 2015 - Present
  • Voila For him childhood was paradise, because his poor weak soul, Plus familier, voila.
  • innervations To what degree our power to read is based upon such innervations is shown by the fact that old people, as their inhibitory powers become weaker, often revert to making these lip movements.

210 words made from the letters voiemail

4 letter words made from voiemail:

lame, viol, imov, vole, ilva, aveo, liev, iove, moil, aoli, miao, loei, moel, lavi, limo, vela, viae, veio, mole, miev, omai, lime, viel, olea, evli, veal, olai, levi, oeil, laev, lvii, mali, lave, ivel, aevi, evil, amoi, lavo, velo, laie, male, livi, olim, lome, vila, lima, mola, elvi, alii, move, iive, elom, elia, mile, malo, mail, iilm, mavi, vlie, veil, vlei, maoi, viia, olmi, milo, laim, vale, liao, vali, leiv, ovel, loam, ilio, veli, oval, alvi, aleo, vial, meal, aloe, imae, ieva, meio, mevo, elio, olie, vile, vema, love, leao, leio, live, levo, ileo.

3 letter words made from voiemail:

lav, ali, moa, lvi, lem, ilo, aim, lei, lam, avo, elm, vim, mao, lao, mol, lii, olm, leo, mil, lie, oil, vii, ale, ail, lea, iva, ola, evl, imo, mei, lev, mal, vie, liv.

5 letter words made from voiemail:

loave, ilave, maili, elima, voile, ivaol, movil, evola, limei, eliav, oilie, molva, maeil, vimeo, olami, milea, voema, liiva, olema, leiva, velio, milev, volae, volia, alive, lavoe, olvia, ovale, molvi, mailo, voima, elaio, movie, laevo, viale, malvi, malvo, emilo, ivlia, milov, email, imola, maleo, alevi, aliev, limia, milia, ivalo, melia, vilem, olaim, vlaie, olive, olivi, maoli, alvim, volim, vimla, lamie, mavie, aioli, viola, movia, valio.

6 letter words made from voiemail:

alimov, omelia, emilia, veolia, ilieva, meliai, lavoie, molavi, viliam, violae, miaoli, elimia, imovie, molave, ivailo.

7 letter words made from voiemail:

viliame, miloevi, lemovii.

Misspelling of the day


  • defiantly
  • definitely
  • diffidently
  • divinely
  • divinity