Correct spelling for YEARL
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Possible correct spellings for yearl
- deal And I guess it's my deal now!
- dearly She guessed how dearly I loved you, almost before I was sure of it myself."
- earl Hester marry an earl!
- early He had often been there in those early days.
- heal His wounds were beginning to heal, but though I was the indirect cause of his mishap, far from bearing malice against me he had become my friend.
- lear I mean when we read the poetry of King Lear what is it to us how the poet lived?
- marl The most extensive are flysch, a soft crumbly rock that is usually sandstone but frequently contains shales, sandy limestones, and marl.
- meal I did not speak a dozen words during the meal, and paid no sort of attention to the detestable creature; but I was anxious to know what she could want me to do for her.
- nearly My time here is nearly run.
- peal 4.1. One bright March day in the year 1783 the bells of Pianura began to ring at sunrise, and with their first peal the townsfolk were abroad.
- pearl Meantime the railroad was completed, and Mr. Pearl came to the Judge's early one morning and called for Hoiden.
- pearly His pretty little wife had fled from her home and from the Emperor's service to follow a Greek ship's captain across the world; his eldest child, a boy, the darling of his heart, was dead; and his fair-haired tender little Tullia, with her pearly teeth, her round little arms, and her pretty tiny fingers that had often tried to pull his close-cropped hair, and had fondly stroked and patted it, had been carried off to the miserable refuge, under whose squalid roof the children of deceased slaves were reared.
- real " Real jewels are the best, my dear, for their worth and beauty are never lost.
- seal The silk that bound it, and which was fastened by the prince's seal, was so arranged that it could be slipped off, and so enable the packet to be opened without breaking the seal.
- teal Place in a layer of steak and a layer of teal, and repeat till the dish is full, then fill in with three-quarters of a pint of good gravy, and put the cover on in the usual way. Plunge it into boiling water and keep it boiling till done.
- veal Yet he must have come pretty close to believing that, unimpeachable as his manners remained, for Whinnie had burned the roast of veal to a charry mass, the Twins were crying like mad, and Dinkie had painted himself and most of the dining-room table with Worcestershire sauce.
- weal Soon after Herr Pfinzing ushered Ernst Ortlieb, his daughter, and Wolff into the presence of the sovereign, who gazed as if restored to youth at the handsome couple whose weal or woe was in his hands.
- Carl The carl rubbed his forehead, and at last gave out his psalm, as follows, in Low German:- "Blaffert, Blaffert, thou art fat!
- Neal Neal hesitated for a moment, and then answered.
- Karl Karl got down, opened the door of the car, and started a conversation which Paul could not hear.
- Perl When a specific part of the chromosome was absent (inactivated), there was no circadian rhythm; in one mutation (called perS, "S" for short or shortened) the rhythm was shortened to ~19 hours; whereas, in one mutation (perL, "L" for long or lengthened) the rhythm was extended to ~29 hours, as opposed to a normal 24 hour rhythm.
- Earle He wondered why he had not preferred Miss Hathaway, or Mrs. Earle, or Miss McDermott.
49 words made from the letters yearl
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Misspelling of the day
- ascribes to
- be at the bottom of
- be operation
- being on case
- breaks to smithereens
- bring standstill
- brings pressure to bear
- bundles up