What is the correct spelling for HALL?
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Correct spellings for HALL
- all Thy fate is the common fate of all, Into each life some rain must fall, – Rainy Day, The by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- ball We will have a ball Busy doin' nothing at all – In Our Hide-Away by Unknown Author
- call Where can I go, who can I call? Who's there to catch me when I fall? – You Are by kirk franklin
- fall O how feeble is man's power, That if good fortune fall, Cannot add another hour Nor a lost hour recall! – Good-Morrow, The by John Donne
- gall Well, how can you have The unmitigated gall To come back now Expecting me to fall. – Unmitigated Gall by faron young
- hail Baby, baby it' looks like it's gonna hail You better come inside Let me teach you how to jive and wail – Jump Jive An' Wail by Brian Setzer
- half I am half a Clubbe-and the other half !
- hall In another minute, a man's voice in the hall asked for "Miss Henley."
- halo Turn around and notice that wonderful purple halo which is hovering over the forests below.
- halt We struggled for several hours, wore out our horses and, all of a sudden, turned up at the place where we had made our last halt .
- haul I knew some of them would come, but I was in doubt whether they might arrive in numbers sufficient to make a good haul .
- hill Oh, over the hill , are they?
- hull Hull Island, in the French chart, is written with small letters as being low.
- mall If any distinct setting of example is necessary to be attributed in this case, the credit is perhaps mainly due to the original Pall Mall Gazette, an evening newspaper started in 1864 with one of the most brilliant staffs ever known, including many of the original Saturday writers and others.
- pall In the background was a bright crimson sky, barred with masses of black clouds, and over all the great city hung a cloud of smoke like a pall .
- shall "If I come back to you, I shall stay," he answered.
- tall And the tall man sighed and agreed.
- wall This one I picked out of the wall over there.