How Do You Spell AILS?

Correct spelling for the English word "AILS" is [ˈeɪ_l_z], [ˈe͡ɪlz], [ˈe‍ɪlz]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for AILS

Below is the list of 307 misspellings for the word "ails".

Usage Examples for AILS

  1. Now if I tried to set down at length all the things that happened to me, upon this adventure, every in and out, and up and down, and to and fro, that occupied me, together with the things I saw, and the things I heard of, however much the wiser people might applaud my narrative, it is likely enough that idle readers might exclaim, 'What ails this man? - "Lorna Doone, A Romance of Exmoor" by R. D. Blackmore
  2. But what ails you, Miss Eve, are you ill? - "The Parson O' Dumford" by George Manville Fenn
  3. " Why, Prudy," said Mr. Parlin, " what ails you this morning? - "Little Prudy's Sister Susy" by Sophie May
  4. Of course my silence brought an instant criticism: " Why, Charlie, what ails you?" - "On the Church Steps" by Sarah C. Hallowell
  5. Whatsoever it is that ails you- and who is there, young or old, rich or poor, who has not their secret ailments at heart? - "Sermons on National Subjects" by Charles Kingsley