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Correct spellings for PIILS

  • pail
  • palsy If you had not a tender brother to look after you, your young limbs might be cramped with rheumatism, and twitched with palsy, before any one would think of bringing you a cloak.
  • pile "I am likely to make quite a pile of money," he said, speaking in a low voice and glancing toward his mother.
  • piles Piles and piles of money.
  • pill And what need of Aladdin's lamp when a man can build a palace with a patent pill?
  • plus Then, as I had graciously promised the store-keeper any over-plus of embroidery not needed by the generous old person, I felt my income secure, and hastened to rent two rooms and furnish them, ready to take my astonished mother there-where she could do the ordering herself.
  • polls The extraordinary calmness and good order with which the millions of voters met and mingled at the polls give strong assurance of this.
  • pulse I proved that the patient was sleeping by feeling his pulse and observing his breath."
  • Pius Pius V., our reigning pope, is prince over all nations and kingdoms, and he has power to pluck up, scatter, plant, ruin and build.
  • Polios
  • Pupils On one side of the room sat the soldier's pupils, on the other the sexton's.
  • spoils Something like that is what always spoils pleasure in this world.
  • pals Hammond knew there were business pals of his sitting at the little hall tables having a drink before dinner.
  • pools He saw the broad horizon, the cattle at pasture, the bridges and flagged pools flying past the window-and sat up rubbing his eyes.
  • pills Those white pills did more for her, raised her spirits better, than any human society.
  • pulls On such an occasion the Baiga priest goes round the village and pulls out a little straw from each house-roof, afterwards burning the whole before the shrine of Khermata, the goddess of the village, to whom he also offers a chicken for each homestead.
  • purls
  • palls
  • peels
  • poles
  • plies
  • pails
  • pillars
  • PIS
  • POLYS
  • POLS
  • PAWLS
  • PI'S
  • PIES
  • spills
  • spiels
  • peals
  • pules
  • pillows
  • pales
  • perils
  • abusivenesses
  • accedences
  • accedings
  • bluechip
  • unrestrict
  • co-conspirators
  • co-coon
  • co-coons
  • co-efficient
  • co-equal
  • co-equalities
  • coagments
  • de-crypt
  • de-crypts
  • inter-blending
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