What is the correct spelling for AWHILW?
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Correct spellings for AWHILW
- agile With a swift and agile movement, the Phantom jerked himself forward, dropping his legs over the sill, and in another moment he was standing inside the room.
- ail "I perceive he is alarmingly inebriated," said Winchell; "does anything else ail him?"
- airily "Oh no," they said airily and together.
- ali "This," whispered Ali Bobo solemnly, "is more than I can stand."
- allow "Oh, no, I am not going to allow anything of that kind," said he.
- aquila For the first time since he had left his old home in Aquila , he felt as though he had been changed from his own self to some other person.
- attila It is impossible, nor would it be legitimate here, to follow Attila through his victorious career.
- avail No, no; blows are of no avail with such as you!
- awful Each time she repeated the awful words to herself, to try to get a hold she was not sure she had upon their meaning.
- awhile She will be down after awhile .
- awl "Awl" sighed Lem, as he picked up his bridle.
- hail "I was on the steps when the hail began, and I could scarcely get back into the house," she said.
- hill Perhaps she would rather have him go up the hill ?
- hilly The woods were very rough and hilly , and all covered over with cane.
- howl His dismal howl may nearly always be heard amid the solemn stillness of these places.
- ill Did my father seem ill to you?"
- oil 11,162. Where is that second payment of oil -money settled?
- uphill She looked down towards the road that wound uphill out of the forest.
- Aha Aha, now you're starting!
- Allie It was significant to Neale that Larry swore at sight of them, and then in his cool, easy way sauntered between them and the cabin door, where Allie stood with astonishment fixed on her beautiful face.
- Avila When an "excellent novice" with a fortune of six thousand ducats presented herself at the gates of the poverty-stricken convent in Seville, Teresa, then in Avila , was consumed with anxiety lest such an acquisition should, through some blunder, be lost.