What is the correct spelling for IDOLY?
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Correct spellings for IDOLY
- dole I'll hear them whisper, "Charlie's on the dole..." But Molly we're still livin', and darlin' we're still young, and the river never ruled my heart or soul! – The Ferrymen by Gaelic Storm
- doll Girls screaming cause I'm fresher than a doll New yarns, different seasons Boy I gotta ball I gotta have it all, if I can't have the best – Rubber Bands by soulja boy
- duly After all had been well and duly gone through, the bride and bridegroom were conducted to an inner apartment.
- godly I think it therefore great presumption and boldnesse that some of our nation, and those, whatever they may think of themselves, not of the greatest wisedome and skill, should take upon them to controlle the whole realme, and to binde both prince and people in respect of conscience to alter the present state, and tie themselves to a certain platforme devised by some of our neighbours, which, in the judgment of many wise and godly persons, is most unfit for the state of a Kingdome."
- ideal The lover may well say: "She was not my ideal ; before I knew her I was not great enough to think her.
- ideally And now-well, he was ideally kind and good-natured.
- idiocy He felt that he was giving up life and its every hope, but the fear of madness, or driveling idiocy , was worse than this.
- idle But do not suppose that the Burmese are idle .
- idler Noble work of any kind is the fruit of laborious apprenticeship, and from the higher forms of success the idler and the amateur are for ever shut out.
- idly The man nodded, and went on his errand, while I and M. d'Agen, with Maignan, remained standing outside the gate, looking idly over the valley and the brown woods through which we had ridden in the early morning.
- idol "I am sure," he answered steadily, his faith in his idol strong upon him.
- idyll Had Rosalind no sense of humour, were Touchstone and Jaques non-existent, As You Like It might still be a charming forest idyll , but it would cease to have any hint of realism.
- oddly He wanted to help, but felt oddly that he was very much out of place.
- Adolf The Adolf Scherer of that day-though it is not so long ago as time flies-was even more solid and impressive than the man he afterwards became, when he reached the dizzier heights from which he delivered to an eager press opinions on politics and war, eugenics and woman's suffrage and other subjects that are the despair of specialists.