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Correct spellings for EMAILS

  • email Though the commands for sending email differ between systems, the principle is the same.
  • emile Without throwing aside his cigar, without even touching his hat, this handsome young man began to converse with the barrister's ideal; but when she saw la Peyrade making towards her the siren must have felt afraid, for she rose quickly, and taking the arm of the man who was talking to her, she said aloud:- "Is your carriage here, Emile ?
  • Emil Two months after they found him, he'd signed on with Emil Grizek and found a new role in life.
  • Emily A few of the simplest inquiries of his land-lady had elicited the fact that the gentleman opposite, old Mr. Brunell, was a map-maker, and worked at his trade in a little shop in the nearest row of brick buildings just around the corner-that he had lived in the little cottage since it had first been erected, six years before, alone with his daughter Emily , and before that, they had for many years occupied a small apartment near by-in fact, the girl had grown up in that neighborhood.
  • Mails Was member of Congress from 1807-19, and from '29-37; a United States Senator from '19-29, and Vice-President of the United States, '37-40. Is remembered by his report against the suspension of Sunday mails and his speeches in favor of rights of conscience.
  • mils
  • AILS Well, what ails you?
  • EARLS She saw cautious earls, who were all courtesy one night, all coldness another, as some report had reached them accusing their hearts of feeling too deeply her attractions, or, as they themselves suspected, for the first time, that a heart was not a word for a poetical nothing, and that to look on so beautiful and glorious a creature was sufficient to convince them, even yet, of the possibility of emotion.
  • EMIRS Omar said, "It is well known that the Roumas and especially the Americans are all rich as Emirs but none of them ever possess slaves.
  • Emails
  • moils But his wife moils on in the same place.
  • mauls
  • airmails
  • meals
  • aero-nautical

99 words made from the letters EMAILS