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Correct spellings for BILL

  • ball But I see you're dropping the ball In my hands You fly Or you fall! – Make Me Happy by Unknown Author
  • bell And when to rest, each calls the bell, Thou sleep'st within thy marble cell, – The Snail by Richard Lovelace
  • bile
  • bilk Have this cheap Greene County bilk pinched.
  • bill "Here's a proof of the bill they're getting out," he said.
  • billy Louie wondered whether Billy had ever heard her name before; she found a way of making sure.
  • boll His wife had got a boll of meal from the destitution fund, but besides that, she had only two barrels of potatoes.
  • brill The extent to which lying and allied behavior depend upon unconscious motives has never been so well illustrated as in recent psychoanalytic literature, especially in a paper by Brill.
  • bull Then came the skin hunters and their Mackinaws, following the bull boats which took some voyageurs downstream.
  • dill If it proceed from improper food, a dose or two of magnesia and rhubarb in a little dill water, made palatable with simple syrup.
  • fill Cousin E. E. said she had bought so many things that this was about the last place she had to go to, and, as it was getting pretty near dark, I must go home with her and help fill up the Christmas tree.
  • gill These grounds are fished by trawl, hand line and gill nets.
  • hill Let me see,-this is the hill.
  • ill Do not speak now; you will make yourself ill again.
  • mill You'll buy no Riverborne Mill of me, sitha!"
  • pill Physicians cure many patients with a bread pill; they know that where the disease is only a fancy, the patient's confidence in the doctor will make the bread pill effective.
  • rill That clear rill Which trickleth murmuring from the mossy rock, Yields it less wholesome beverage to the worn 420 And thirsty traveller, than the standing pool With muddy weeds o'ergrown?
  • sill Then I heard his voice, a whisper, from beyond the sill.
  • till "I would not give you hope, till hope was certain.
  • will
  • Jill
  • bills
  • BIOL
  • all by ones self
  • ardencies
  • fore-knew
  • fore-know
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