What is the correct spelling for I'LLLET?

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Correct spellings for I'LLLET

  • alert Every muscle was alert ; his gray eyes glittered. Scientific gone bezerk like Red Alert I really wanted to pick up was [?] for cheddar dirt – Dead Bent by mf doom
  • aleut
  • allele
  • alley Oh, well, I'm down in the alley of sally – Me & My Wine (Remix) by def leppard
  • allied
  • allot
  • allude
  • ballet
  • billed
  • billet Meantime could I take in a billet .
  • bullet
  • elate At breakfast-time he appeared, fresh, rosy, and elate , with the announcement that his story was complete.
  • elite
  • filet
  • filled
  • fillet
  • gullet One June morning, a year or two ago, I heard a loud squeaking, as of a young bird in the grass near my door, and, on approaching, discovered the spectacle of a cow-bird, almost full-fledged, being fed by its foster-mother, a chippy not more than half its size, and which was obliged to stand on tiptoe to cram the gullet of the parasite.
  • idle
  • idler
  • ill
  • illicit
  • inlet
  • islet 6' N., and longitude 74 deg 26' W., and is an irregularly shaped white sandstone islet in about the middle of the great Bahama Bank.
  • let
  • lilt
  • mallet
  • milled
  • millet After lunch I mustered up energy sufficient to take me down to the village to sketch a native hut which, surrounded by a patch of flaming millet , had struck me on Friday as an extraordinary bit of colour.
  • mullet
  • oiled
  • owlet
  • pallet
  • pellet
  • pullet
  • tilled
  • violet
  • wallet
  • Ailed But what ailed the beloved being who sate with her back to the horses?
  • Idled You've often heard me talk, Basil, of a younger son of old Sir William Bernard's, who preferred a cure of bodies to a cure of souls; and actually insisted on working in a hospital when he might have idled in a family living.
  • Killed
  • Lolled The two magnates, exultant and flushed with the consciousness of coming victory, lolled in the deeply-cushioned seat and spoke of power.
  • Lulled She looked at him with pity as he ended, the tempest lulled by its own blown-out fury.
  • Pilled
  • Willed
  • Elliot
  • Allie
  • Ollie
  • Ellie
  • ills
  • ILEA
  • it'll
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