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Correct spellings for OIIL

  • ail
  • bail They let me go his bail.
  • bill "I fear no bill could ever pass without it.
  • boil But to-day Mrs. Jones was ahead, and Melinda's pink sun-bonnet was visible in the little back-yard as early as eleven, at which time the Markham garments had just commenced to boil.
  • coil Slowly it swam towards the Picton boat, and a man holding a coil of rope, and a cart with a small drooping horse and another man sitting on the step, came too.
  • dial "Accordingly, when they were some hundred miles asunder, each of them shut himself up in his closet at the time appointed, and immediately cast his eye upon his dial-plate.
  • dill O'Grady hurried back to Dill.
  • evil It was as if the man had a certain and evil knowledge of the future.
  • fail A marine engine may fail to start, or may be prevented from starting by the following causes: 1st.
  • fill You'll fill it out a good deal, I suppose, with Mr. Dosson and the other girl.
  • foil "The sceptres and crowns of those play-actor emperors," said Sancho, "were never yet pure gold, but only brass foil or tin."
  • gill In the section one gill is exposed to view on either side.
  • girl As the girl said this, she turned, as if wishing to avoid her father's gaze.
  • hail He dared not go to the river and hail.
  • hill I suppose the poor man did start us down hill."
  • ii 497-499. Ebrington, Lord, ii.
  • iii Borlase, Dolmens of Ireland, iii.
  • il She left for America on the date that had been set, but a term was fixed for her visit; April was to see her back in Florence.
  • ill Is he going to be ill?
  • jail But I would die sooner than be sent to jail.
  • lii Romans under the Empire, chapter lii.
  • mail It is a Shame that the Mail has been catchd a second time in the same trap.
  • mil
  • mill
  • moil
  • nail
  • nil
  • obi
  • ohio
  • oil
  • oily
  • opal
  • opel
  • oral
  • oriel
  • oval
  • owl
  • pail
  • pill
  • rail
  • rial
  • riel
  • rill
  • roil
  • sail
  • sill
  • soil
  • tail
  • till
  • toil
  • veil
  • vial
  • viol
  • wail
  • will
  • Jill
  • Til
  • Emil
  • Neil
  • Olin
  • Gail
  • Gil
  • Phil
  • Kiel
  • Oils
  • ISL
  • OI
  • OIK
  • BIOL
  • OISE
  • adverse circumstances
  • all by ones self
  • being neglected
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