What is the correct spelling for NATILE?

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Correct spellings for NATILE

  • nail The nail was discovered close by the door; the thief might have dropped it on putting out his light, which, by the valet's account, he must have done when he was near the door in question, and required the light no more. Work the sandpaper, hammer that nail Tote that paintbrush and lift that pail – Hey, Hey, Hey by Elvis Presley
  • nastily That lightning-like change swept his face again, twisting his lips nastily , stamping all his features with something totally bad. The man who had never been whipped by any man, from the day he won his first brawl in the gutter, showed through the veneer that was no thicker than the funereal black and white garb he wore, no deeper than his superficially polished utterance which he had acquired from long contact with those who had been born to it.
  • natal When the Boers invaded Natal and determined to attack the British forces then stationed at the town of Dundee, it was decided at a Krijgsraad that General Lucas Meyer should attack from the east and south, and General Erasmus from the north.
  • native The Company's force was advancing along the high open ground to attack Bulawayo, and the native army met them on the road.
  • nattily
  • neatly
  • nettle
  • nile
  • stile
  • tile
  • Nailed Your friend raised his flag at once, and nailed it to the staff.
  • Anatole It was but a few lines, and ran thus:- Seeing that Carlotta and her child now sleep at Pisa, why deny me your interest for my boy Anatole ?
  • Natalie Where is Natalie Coolidge?
  • Nate Next Jimmy inquired about "the colonel," and Nate asked: "What colonel?
  • Natalia I was just skipping away, in the sprightliest mood possible, when Natalia darted out upon me from behind the door with the tablecloth in her hand, and, catching hold of me, rubbed my face hard with the stained part of it, repeating, "Don't thou go and spoil tablecloths any more!"
  • NATL

108 words made from the letters NATILE