What is the correct spelling for AWIFUL?
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Correct spellings for AWIFUL
- afoul He must have got afoul of the enemy's horse, and been obliged to beat it off.
- armful Sometimes it is only to carry a jar of beer up to the men in the field, and to mouch a good armful of fresh-cut clover for provender from the swathe.
- artful But did you get onto the artful and engaging smile Justin gave Cherry?
- awful Of course it's awful, but I guess it 'll come out all right.
- awfully I had to promise not to tell; but I did want you to expect something awfully nice.
- earful "I can get an earful of that kind of chatter dead easy without pryin' myself loose from any kale," he added.
- eyeful Just then he lifted his head and seemed to take an eyeful of Young's blue shirt.
- ireful "There you have it, John," he snarled, more ireful as a champion than the unhappy principal.
- swivel The boar's head seemed on a swivel as he passed beneath.
- useful 5771. Then it is useful as a station for them?
- wifely She would not, he knew, approve of Helena's idea that she should be an author too, neglect her wifely duties and become a rival to himself.
- woeful During that woeful winter of terror, of aversion, of vain longing, her health failed rapidly.