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Correct spellings for GRILED

  • broiled
  • coiled
  • drilled
  • frilled
  • galled Tom got kind of sore waiting for it, for after having put so much work into the thing he naturally wanted to see it used, and it galled him to wait and wait, with nothing doing.
  • garbled
  • gild
  • greed And the deepest question before humanity is just how far this jealous greed may be subdued to a more generous passion.
  • grid Twenty minutes later the force fields of the giant landing grid lifted the liner smoothly out to space.
  • grill So in less'n half an hour I have Rupert planted cozy at a corner table with a mixed grill in front of him, and I'm givin' him the cue for openin' any confidential chat he may have on hand.
  • grille Suddenly, as if blown out of the waving grain, or an incarnation of the vivid morning, the bright and striking figure of a youthful horseman flashed before the grille.
  • grilled Well, said Bobby that evening when he had settled himself comfortably after a good meal of grilled meat, this isn't as comfortable as home, but it's away ahead of raw meat and ice, and no igloo at all.
  • grind The members of the Expedition made use of the great sheet of rock to grind their grain; a common proceeding in these lands where villages are not near, or when the people are hostile.
  • grizzled In a few moments he was looking in through the open leaves of the window at the southward end of the house, considering with a smile a very broad back and a bent head covered with short grizzled hair.
  • guild This is not the place to discuss the possibilities of Guild Socialism.
  • jailed You'd have been jailed for spoiling that girl's chances of a good marriage!
  • riled Cottle calculated that after about the fourth time Clapperton would be a little riled.
  • roiled
  • ruled
  • trilled Her laugh trilled out deliciously.
  • Caroled
  • Girdled The vast improvement in the selection of books and the service of papers, however, induced other companies to desire to have a similar arrangement, till the chief portion of all the English railways came to be girdled by Smith's bookstalls.
  • Grained
  • Grieved
  • Grinned
  • Griped
  • Gritted
  • Growled
  • Gulled Gulled into earning money to pay for an earlier piece of gross stupidity!
  • Gurgled "There does seem to be something in what you say," I gurgled humbly.
  • Periled
  • Railed
  • Trailed
  • Crawled
  • Cried
  • Gerald
  • Gilead
  • gripped
  • trialed
  • gargled
  • grimed
  • gelled
  • grilles
  • crooked deal
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