What is the correct spelling for IIWILL?
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Correct spellings for IIWILL
- dwell This is a point on which it will be desirable to dwell , as it illustrates a point in the theory of gravitation which is of very considerable importance.
- icily As it was, forgetting her own position and descending to Western brusqueness, she retorted icily : "I can't see how that can possibly interest you."
- idyll Occasionally also, as in the Idyll here printed last-the one lately discovered by Bergk, which I elucidated by the light of Fritzsche's conjectures-I have availed myself of an opinion which Professor Conington somewhere expresses, to the effect that, where two interpretations are tenable, it is lawful to accept for the purposes of translation the one you might reject as a commentator.
- ill She is ill , then?
- swill Now, now, Mae, I- Them nights we used to mix a few drinks when we came home from a show or something and sit right here in this room and swill 'em off, laffing and laffing till we got a little lit up.
- unwell Tom strove to appear at ease, but his anxiety prevented him, and his confusion was such as to attract the notice of Catherine, who asked him if he was unwell .