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How Do You Spell JAIL?

Correct spelling for the English word "jail" is [dʒ_ˈeɪ_l], [d͡ʒˈe͡ɪl], [d‍ʒˈe‍ɪl]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of JAIL

  1. A prison; especially, a place where persons guilty of minor offenses are confined.

Anagrams of JAIL

3 letters

2 letters

Common Misspellings for JAIL

Below is the list of 237 misspellings for the word "jail".

Similar spelling words for JAIL

Usage Examples for JAIL

  1. Tom Redmond has telephoned over that Jim McFann has broken jail. - "Mystery Ranch" by Arthur Chapman
  2. It is too pleasant to- day to go to jail! - "Polly and the Princess" by Emma C. Dowd
  3. This was the cheering intelligence which Andreas Hofer received on the third day of his captivity in the jail where he and his dear ones lay on wet straw. - "Andreas Hofer" by Lousia Muhlbach
  4. Besides, what has a man in jail to do with time? - "The Subterranean Brotherhood" by Julian Hawthorne
  5. All of them risked jail sentences, and some of them risked their lives in ways perhaps even more dangerous than fighting in the field. - "Cuba, Old and New" by Albert Gardner Robinson

What does jail stand for?

Abbreviation JAIL means:

  1. Judicial Accountability And Integrity Legislation
  2. Junior Award for Initiative and Leadership

Conjugate verb Jail

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have jailed
you would have jailed
he/she/it would have jailed
we would have jailed
they would have jailed
I would have jail
you would have jail
he/she/it would have jail
we would have jail
they would have jail

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been jailing
you would have been jailing
he/she/it would have been jailing
we would have been jailing
they would have been jailing

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would jail
you would jail
he/she/it would jail
we would jail
they would jail

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be jailing
you would be jailing
he/she/it would be jailing
we would be jailing
they would be jailing

FUTURE

I will jail
you will jail
he/she/it will jail
we will jail
they will jail

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be jailing
you will be jailing
he/she/it will be jailing
we will be jailing
they will be jailing

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have jailed
you will have jailed
he/she/it will have jailed
we will have jailed
they will have jailed

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been jailing
you will have been jailing
he/she/it will have been jailing
we will have been jailing
they will have been jailing

IMPERATIVE

you jail
we let´s jail

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to jail

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was jailing
you were jailing
he/she/it was jailing
we were jailing
they were jailing

PAST PARTICIPLE

jailed

PAST PERFECT

I had jailed
you had jailed
he/she/it had jailed
we had jailed
they had jailed

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been jailing
you had been jailing
he/she/it had been jailing
we had been jailing
they had been jailing

PRESENT

I jail
you jail
he/she/it jails
we jail
they jail

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am jailing
you are jailing
he/she/it is jailing
we are jailing
they are jailing

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

jailing

PRESENT PERFECT

I have jailed
you have jailed
he/she/it has jailed
we have jailed
they have jailed

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been jailing
you have been jailing
he/she/it has been jailing
we have been jailing
they have been jailing

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it jail

SIMPLE PAST

I jailed
you jailed
he/she/it jailed
we jailed
they jailed
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