What is the correct spelling for EASILEY?

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Correct spellings for EASILEY

  • aisle He turned and started back down the aisle toward his own office.
  • asl
  • ease How happy are we in the presence of a little child; how much at ease!
  • easel The function of a decoration must always be to preserve the feeling of the wall, as opposed to the work of the easel painter, who wants to assist in forgetting that there is a canvas and to suggest that we are looking into the far distance.
  • easily Nevis laughed, though Thorne noticed that he did not do it easily.
  • easy It is so hard to be good, and so very easy to be bad!"
  • isle From this point we sailed over the Gulf of St. Lawrence, then entered the Straits of Belle Isle at a lively speed.
  • paisley It's not that Paisley plays a better game, but he has a way of making me pull my drive or over-approach just by his confounded manner of looking at me when I am getting ready to play.
  • uneasily Throckmorton laughed rather uneasily.
  • Ashley By the end of the week I was as much at home at Ashley Mills as if I had lived there all my life.
  • Beasley Among 'em was this Beasley one.
  • Elsie "Trouble is he won't stay hid," answered Elsie, with a mournful look in her big blue eyes.
  • ESL
  • aisles The frieze of the aisles is plainer.
  • easels A dark-green carpet in passably good condition covered the floor; three or four broad divans, spread with oriental rugs, and two very much dilapidated carved chairs with leathern seats, constituted the furniture; the walls were hung with sketches of heads and figures; half-finished portraits stood upon two easels, and others were leaning together in a corner; a couple of small tables were covered with colour-tubes, brushes, and palette-knives; mingled odours of paint, varnish, and cigarette-smoke pervaded the air; and, lastly, upon a high stool before one of the easels, his sleeves turned up to the elbow, and his feet tucked in upon a rail beneath him, sat Anastase Gouache himself.
  • easier The other side is easier, and has long been more or less well known.
  • arch-fiend

115 words made from the letters EASILEY