What is the correct spelling for AILE?
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Correct spellings for AILE
- able She said her father was not able to pay it, and they had no money in the house, and she asked for money to pay it with.
- agile Single-handed, relying only on his quick wits and agile strength, he would beard the lion in his den.
- aide An aide entered, saluted, handed his chief a paper, and went out again.
- ail At length our dear mother began to ail , and her pale cheek and sunken eye showed that she was suffering greatly.
- aisle We started back down the aisle , Helen on my arm.
- ale There was no inn or ale -house, and feeling very thirsty after my long walk I went to a cottage and asked the woman I saw there for a drink of milk.
- axle Either before or after this, a shot from the enemy struck the axle of one of the pieces, which entirely disabled it.
- bile "That woman's green with bile ," the Doctor announced.
- file He took a last look, then closed the file .
- mile "All four mile an hour," he answered.
- nile But see him now-a mummy of the Nile !
- pile Proof, or no proof, the Skipper would only pile her up, if he tried to make the land, with things as they are now.
- rile We then walked up and down the shady lane, smoking our cigars, and Mr. Slick observed, "Well, there is a nation sight of difference, too, ain't there, atween this country church, and a country meetin' house our side of the water; I won't say in your country or my country; but I say our side of the water-and then it won't rile nobody; for your folks will say I mean the States, and our citizens will say I mean the colonies; but you and I know who the cap fits, one or t'other, or both, don't we?
- tile Again next time, he yanked in a big writing stone slab about the size of a ridge-tile.
- vile "Only Man is vile ," he said, as if to himself, and fell asleep with his head on the table.
- wile So the mariners drew thither where was the tun, and did so much, what by wile , what by force, that they gat the tun on to their ship.
- Ailed He therefore now called the little bird and asked it what ailed the tree, and the sparrow told him that the woman who was then in the royal apartments and wearing the clothes of the Nang Me Prah was not the real queen, but a woman named Nang E, and seeing her approach, the brave little bird began whistling, "This is not the Nang Me Prah, this is Nang E, Nang E. Oh!
- AILS Man, what ails you?