What is the correct spelling for KILL?
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Correct spellings for KILL
- bill If you can close your eyes to this, sign the Peary bill .
- dill Miss Dill , Cicely's nails are a sight-I suppose that comes of grubbing up wild-flowers.
- fill "We left that blank to fill in later.
- gill Reported by T. Gill and W. English.
- hill All this year you have been with them there in the hill .
- ill "All right; come on," said Gage ill -humouredly.
- kiln We stood with him by the Arch of Titus and saw how the sculptures had been broken from it in the fragments found at its base, and how the carved marbles had been burned for lime in the kiln built a few feet off, so that those who wanted the lime need not have the trouble of carrying the sculptures away before burning them.
- kilo Half a kilo is plenty, but no use being too fussy about precision out here.
- kilt There is not a more quarrelsome dress than a tartan kilt -and I'm thinking the Brodies were ill friends with the Macraes in the old days."
- mill I used to go sometimes to an old mill -house on days of battle.
- pill Thus they maintain their health without a single doctor, a single pill , or a single hospital.
- rill Thither the mighty torrents stray, Thither the brook pursues its way, And tinkling rill , There all are equal; side by side The poor man and the son of pride Lie calm and still.
- sill The drop from the sill is no more than four feet.
- skill The tall Malay used the light pole he held with the utmost skill , and parted bough after bough, raising this one, depressing that, until it was down in the swift, pure water.
- till And will you please stay there till I can get there and talk to you?"
- will "Yes, but she will be.
- Jill If Jill was at the camp, at least she wasn't alone with a man gone out of his mind.
- Kiel There, surely, we have you: sooner or later that whole proud fleet in the Kiel Canal will come out under fire of our guns and be sunk to the bottom of the sea.
- kills "Grief never kills in that way, though it may by slow degrees," said Lady Castleton, with a deep sigh.