What is the correct spelling for ADULY?

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Correct spellings for ADULY

  • ably Of the wide circulation of this sermon, I shall say something in another place, but much more of the enlightened and pious author of it, who from this time never failed to aid, at every opportunity, the cause, which he had so ably undertaken.
  • addle Addle appeared engrossed with the attentions of others, and Harcourt not in the least jealous or annoyed.
  • ally A gift from the great Chief to his ally and friend.
  • aptly "There walks a just man," commented Dormer Colville, lightly, and no longer word could have described Captain Clubbe more aptly .
  • badly I feel sure that he is not badly wounded, if at all.
  • daily Adam was about to set out on his daily fishing.
  • dally "He's comin'; watch 'im hop; he knows better than to dally when I give that sound.
  • dull You will always find plenty to do, and find pleasure in doing it, so you need never be afraid of feeling dull .
  • dully He returned to the compartment, sat with his shoulder to the corridor, and brooded dully and heavily.
  • duly It's a mark of my favor which you must duly appreciate."
  • idle "But it is all very well for us idle folk to talk.
  • idly Garrison idly bought a paper.
  • idol Power is the idol of man; we not only wish to acquire it, but also to increase and preserve it.
  • madly Yet it was not customary for a young man of two-and-twenty to fall madly in love with the bride whom he saw for the first time a day or two before his marriage, and it was still less customary for the bride to give back an equal affection.
  • oddly The room which they then entered was only seven feet wide, but it was three times as long, and it was oddly furnished.
  • sadly But Carpenter was not satisfied; he shook his head, sadly .
  • unduly Nor was she unduly insensible to the charm of the central figure, the girl in the white lace-trimmed gown who leaned her soft arms on the window-sill and looked out on the dawn with large dark eyes.
  • Abdul Abdul Jemalee, a year or two before, had lived in Capetown, where his owner was a man of some substance.
  • Adler He testified that Adler had engraven the truth in the hearts of those who knew him.
  • Adela "That's a good word," Adela threw in, seeing him pause.
  • Adolf Adolf Brodsky, who came to America in 1892, and who is a violinist of much ability, with a beautiful tone, facile and brilliant technique, but somewhat lacking in elegance and polish, did not come to tour the country as a virtuoso.
  • Adele Later on I will write to you, dear Adele , and I hope you may come and live with me again.
  • adult A crow's nest at which there is no adult crow certainly contains neither eggs nor young birds.

27 words made from the letters ADULY