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Possible correct spellings for xcell

  • cell Odo found himself in a neat plain cell; but he had no eyes for his surroundings.
  • cellar This here's our cellar, but you'll find things more ship-shape upstairs.
  • cello The deep full tones of a 'cello, reached them where they stood; tones so rich, so plaintively sweet, so full of passion and melody, that, to the anxious listeners in the dimly lighted corridor, they gave the sense of something weird, something altogether uncanny in its power, unearthly in its beauty.
  • scull As Mansfield nears, His fury stoppage found- He lays about, and cleaves his scull, And smites him to the ground.
  • sell I offered to sell it to him.
  • smell His honey had begun to farment, and smell vinegery.
  • spell Rejoice is so sartin sure, sometimes my hopes get away with me, and I forgit my jedgment for a spell.
  • swell Wide-wide the phantoms swell the loaded air With shrieks of anguish-madness and despair!
  • xci Pl. XCI illustrates a group of corrals at Oraibi whose walls are laid up without the use of mud mortar.
  • xl 3, 14 and xl.
  • Cellos Antonio Stradivari Italian pronunciation: [anˈtɔːnjo stradiˈvaːri]; (1644 – December 18, 1737) was an Italian luthier and a crafter of string instruments such as violins, cellos, guitars, violas and harps.
  • Snell This created a stir, but Snell seemed delighted.
  • Cecil You have always had that, Cecil.
  • Cecily To Cecily the whole outer world seemed the dismal reflex of her pain-bitten heart.
  • Celia But Celia did not care for it.
  • Cecile The kiss she gave was warm, intense, passionate; such a kiss as Cecile had never before received from those lips.
  • Cells During this time the Religious frequently visited their cells, and Ignatius never failed to speak with them in his accustomed manner.
  • sells A setterie of good vineyard sells for from three hundred and fifty to five hundred livres, and rents for fifty livres.
  • XES V was lesser by I Then V had been beIV: But an L and some Xes Would make V LXXX.

6 words made from the letters xcell

4 letter words made from xcell:

3 letter words made from xcell:

xcl, cxl, clx, ell.

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Emmits

  • admits
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  • being on case
  • breaks to smithereens
  • bring standstill
  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up
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