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Correct spellings for KIIL

  • ail
  • bail But the street heard that Van Horn and Doubleday had had a quarrel at breakfast and that Doubleday in a rage had turned the prisoners over to the sheriff and asked to be released from his bail bond.
  • bill Leave was given to bring in the Bill.
  • boil It made also my blood boil as it were within me.
  • coil Captain Cable went forward and took a coil of rope.
  • dial Captain Goritz was frowning at the dial of his watch.
  • dill He was not there, he was at West Lynne; he had gone to Lynneborough on business, and Mr. Dill thought it a question if he would be at the office again that day.
  • fail We shall fail sometimes, too, and that is not always the worst thing that can happen.
  • fill The hanging-gardens seemed to fill his thoughts.
  • foil The Judge was Jennings, clearly prepared by my father to foil the Prince-no other than Edbury.
  • gill I have a dog whistle here on me watch-chain, given me by Charley Gill, of the Inniskillens.
  • girl Who are you, my girl?
  • hail Although their hail was almost continuous, it is estimated that their average distance apart was thirty-five miles!
  • hill You can ask Mr. Hill and he'll tell you the same thing.
  • il In January and February north winds prevail; in March and April they blow from the south-east; and in May, June, July, August, and September, from the south-west.
  • ill Was she very ill?
  • jail You don't want her to know that you've been put in jail, do you?"
  • kali Also send fowl and grain, and think yourself favoured of Kali that you make offering to such a holy one, and to a Raja who is in favour with Sindhia.
  • keel At last they managed it, and then they had only just strength enough left to haul Gill up across it and, each with an arm across the keel, cling and let themselves drift where the current took them.
  • kick Why didn't you kick him off the place as soon as you found out that he could not be trusted?
  • kid "The kid didn't do anything but save your life.
  • kidd Mr Calhoun Kidd shouted and shouted again.
  • kiev A friend who has recently returned from Peltava, Ekaterinoslav, Kiev, and other southern cities, states that food is abundant and cheap.
  • kiln If you have no other Celtic remains in your neighbourhood, at least you have the enduring possession of the words which they have bequeathed to us, such as coat, basket, crook, cart, kiln, pitcher, comb, ridge, and many others, which have all been handed down to us from our British ancestors.
  • kilo
  • kilt
  • kin
  • kine The kine had long been busy at theirs, for they had slept their short night in the midst of their food.
  • king
  • kip Kip-A small chip used for tossing pennies in the occult game of two-up.
  • kirk "And yet Thora wanted me to wear my kirk suit," and he walked to the glass and looked with great satisfaction at himself.
  • kiss
  • kit
  • kite
  • kith
  • kiwi
  • kohl
  • krill
  • lii
  • mail
  • mil
  • mill
  • moil
  • nail
  • nil
  • oil
  • pail
  • pill
  • rail
  • rial
  • riel
  • rill
  • roil
  • sail
  • sill
  • skill
  • soil
  • tail
  • till
  • toil
  • veil
  • vial
  • vigil
  • viol
  • wail
  • will
  • Jill
  • Til
  • Karl
  • Kim
  • Neil
  • Gail
  • Kia
  • Gil
  • Phil
  • Kiel
  • kills
  • KL
  • BIOL
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