What is the correct spelling for INIATAILLY?

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Correct spellings for INIATAILLY

  • entail Better that we should entail a debt upon our posterity on Indian account, were that necessary, than that we should leave them an inheritance of shame.
  • inaudibly Now, that's the sort of thing this chicken has always had a yearning for, and-" Dixie tittered inaudibly in the pail and said nothing more.
  • initial Evidence of this, it was pointed out, is seen in the performance of the initial Diesel.
  • initially Such surface is invariably a source of trouble unless the steam is initially dry and a boiler which will deliver dry steam is obviously to be preferred to one in which surface must be supplied especially for such purpose.
  • innately Almost or quite wanting in some inferior races, we find it in other races not of high grade, developed to an unexpected degree: instance the Negroes, some of whom are so innately musical, that, as I have been told by a missionary among them, the children in native schools when taught European psalm-tunes, spontaneously sing seconds to them.
  • install I install this young man as your nurse to-night, said Dr. Orton, huskily; I'll be here in the morning.
  • instill
  • natal In Natal , Griqualand West, and British Bechuanaland it was not any better.
  • nattily
  • neatly
  • Inertly
  • Italy
  • Natalie
  • Natalia
  • inaptly "Ay, young man, I am Tom Donnithorne, your uncle, the vile, old, smuggling, brandy-loving rascal, who met his respectful nephew on the road to St. Just"-at this point Rose suddenly pressed her hand over her mouth, darted to her own apartment in a distant corner of the house, and there, seated on her little bed, went into what is not inaptly styled fits of laughter-"and who now," continued the old gentleman, relaxing into a genial smile, and grasping his nephew's hand, "welcomes Oliver Trembath to his house, with all his heart and soul; there, who will say after that, that old Donnithorne does not know how to return good for evil?"
  • genitally
  • anally

185 words made from the letters INIATAILLY