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Correct spellings for JULIP
- blip Here and there a blip, a clear horizontal line, thrust out both ways from the center.
- clip On that topic there were two chief parties: those who desired merely to clip Napoleon's wings, and those who sought to bring back France to her old boundaries.
- clop Trip-clip-clop went the horse.
- flip Then at the count of three, he would quickly flip it off his nose and catch it in his mouth.
- gulp He gave a big gulp, as though a lump had risen in his throat.
- jalopy The older officer walked back to the portable warning light and rolled it on its four wheels to the rear plate of the jalopy where another magnalock secured it to the car.
- julep Where's this Kentucky and what's a mint-julep?
- julian You won't ever love me when you think of her, Uncle Julian.
- july It was a day in early July, hot and very close.
- jump Now, madam, jump up."
- kelp Off shore the sea-lions bobbed their thick, flabby black heads inquiringly in the water and climbed clumsily over the kelp-covered rocks.
- lip She was just bitin' her lip, and gettin' white about the mouth from the mad in her.
- pulp As there were no bridges, except the occasional military, ones, post carts would often be delayed for days at a time, and one's letters would sometimes arrive more or less in a state of pulp.
- quip Just before the day's end, Brosan went out, a quip on his lips and a careless wave of his hand to the others.
- slip Don't let that thing slip!
- tulip It is not wonderful that Daphne herself, foreseeing these things, did not stay, but lifted her laurels somewhat nearer Tempe,-although there are those of us who like to fancy that she is here all the time in our Daphne-street magic: the fire bell, the tulip beds, and the twilight bonfires.
- goes over same ground
- going above
- haddest an inclination
- haddest dibs something