Correct spelling for YELDS
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Possible correct spellings for yelds
- fields "And I'd go that cross-fields road Monty showed me.
- leeds Chief town of Leeds County, Ontario, on left bank of St. Lawrence.
- yeats It is this continuously poetical quality of mind that seems to me to distinguish Mr. Yeats from the many men of talent, and to place him among the few men of genius.
- yield He knew what this question meant and he was half disposed to yield.
- holds It holds the very truth of life.
- yields The cow yields little milk, either for the calf or the family.
- leads And this leads, heaven forbid, to worse things, the very names of which shall not pass my lips.
- gilds There were bakers' gilds, brewers' gilds, smiths' gilds, saddlers' gilds, shoemakers' gilds, weavers' gilds, tailors' gilds, tanners' gilds, even gilds of masters of arts who constituted the teaching staff of colleges and universities.
- belts Compare the position of the principal belts with the position of the zones of sun-spot activity in the sun.
20 words made from the letters yelds
4 letter words made from yelds:
leys, yeld, lyde, sled, slye, dyle.
5 letter words made from yelds:
Misspelling of the day
- go out of one way