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Correct spellings for HIILL

  • bill Anyhow, Long Bill looked frightened. Sally loves Ronnie and Brenda loves Bill Bill still worships Sally and he always will – Only The Names Have Been Changed by moe bandy
  • chill The other was cutting off the tops of the late thistles that still stood unwithered in the chill winter air, and arranging them according to size and colour. Girl, can we chill? Talk about leavin' together, sure, we will – Can We Chill by ne-yo
  • dill What the news was, she could not remember afterward, excepting that it was connected with the office and old Mr. Dill, and that Mr. Carlyle laughed when he told it.
  • fill You'll get your fill of fighting before this business is over.
  • gill What Craig couldn't have known as he pondered Stuart Gill from the safety of his boyish bedroom was exactly how much innocence the underground was still to lose.
  • hail "All hail, the International Revolution!
  • hale I-" "Yes, Professor, Mr. Hale is all wet.
  • hall The last door to the right down the hall.
  • halo His wings must be smooth-and green-bright, and mottled with rusty brown-the sun comes from behind, and he must look as if it were shining through the halo round the maiden's head.
  • haul It's a six-mile swim, and if I were you I should haul out and take a nap first, little one."
  • heal She drew her hand away; and then, to heal the little hurt she might have made in doing so, she opened the window and said, pleasantly: Look, Mrs. Blondelle!
  • heel And I turned onto my heel and left.
  • hello "Hello," she called softly.
  • highly At the same time she was a good woman, though very wonderful and highly dangerous.
  • hill And we live at Park Hill; so you see we hardly regard that as far.
  • hills Every time I look at him lately I think of the saying-strength of the hills."
  • hilly The onlookers saw a long, jaded-looking flock of poor people toiling up the hilly road from Jaffa, wearing Russian winter garb under the straight-beating sun of the desert, dusty, road-worn, and beaten.
  • hilt By the manner in which he had placed the weapon, this hilt was directly under his hand; if, unfortunately, the hand touched the iron, he would wake, no doubt, instantly, and glance at his wife.
  • holly It was Christmas Eve, and the mill-house was filled with oak logs and squares of turf, with cream and honey, with meat and bread, and the rafters were hung with wreaths of evergreen, and the Calvary and the cuckoo clock looked out from a mass of holly.
  • holy After the Holy Sacrifice I shall be ready to listen to what you have to say."
  • howl Don't want a howl, I s'pose?"
  • hula
  • hull
  • hurl
  • ill
  • mill
  • pill
  • rill
  • shill
  • sill
  • till
  • will
  • Jill
  • Hal
  • Hamill
  • Hillel
  • hails
  • he'll
  • hole
  • forebearances
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