What is the correct spelling for ASILES?

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Correct spellings for ASILES

  • aisle At the theatre he should precede the woman down the aisle to the seat or box; but if it is the latter, he should open the door and wait for her to pass.
  • allies Webster, Clay, and the Whigs generally fought it bitterly in the Senate; but Calhoun now left his recent allies and joined with Benton in securing its passage.
  • sales Professor Sales Wilson, Mrs. Julius Bradshaw's papa, was enjoying himself thoroughly.
  • sills The floor and sills of this lock were discovered, and the United States Government has since rebuilt it in stone, that visitors to the Soo may turn from the massive new locks, through which steel steamships of eight thousand tons pass all day long through the summer months, to gaze on the strait and narrow gate which once opened the way for all the commerce of Lake Superior.
  • Silas I donno's it'd ever enter Silas Sykes's head't there was anything wrong with anything, providin' somebody wasn't snappin' him up for it.
  • silos Everything went to make his work easier-new harrows, plows, tractors, wind mills, reapers, barns, silos .
  • isles 2559. Are there dealers in the north isles who send goods to you?
  • asides Before the meal was over I came to the conclusion that Lord Ralles was in love with Miss Cullen, for he kept making low asides to her; and from the fact that she allowed them, and indeed responded, I drew the conclusion that he was a lucky beggar, feeling, I confess, a little pang that a title was going to win such a nice American girl.
  • assails 56. The sun darkens, earth in ocean sinks, fall from heaven the bright stars, fire's breath assails the all-nourishing tree, towering fire plays against heaven itself.
  • axles A great slab of snow is then placed over the mouth of the pit, and revolves on two axles of wood.
  • sails We found that he had put masts, and sails , and oars, and provisions aboard.
  • AILS Why, what ails yuh, child?
  • ALES The true name was Ar-Ales, the city of Ales : it was also called Ar-El-Ait, or Arelate.
  • aisles The interior of the church consists of a wide nave, with side-aisles, and chapels beyond them.
  • easels The easels are removed for lunch, and the moment the meal is over work is resumed.
  • arch-fiend

56 words made from the letters ASILES

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