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  • bill It's true you weren't employed until you met Bill He made you an intern, and you ratted still – Bill So Horny by 2 live crew
  • bull what kinda straw dat di gyal she a pull she nuh care if a hiefer or bull – Straight Work by Lady Saw
  • cull
  • dill Mr. Dill said he felt like if his horse wasn'tever goin' to be able to h'ist his legs no quicker'n that he 'd have to have damages, 'n' at that word I nigh to sat right down.
  • dull Now I'm kissing the skull My heart is melting slowly as my senses dull – Fireside Favourite by Fad Gadget
  • fill Sir Formal, though unsought, attends thy quill, And does thy Northern Dedications fill. – Mac Flecknoe by John Dryden
  • full What's wrong?!, the club and the moon is full And I'm looking for a THICK, young lady to pull – Stand Up (Remix) by Kanye West
  • gill The Seraph stroked the glistening side of the recumbent trout admiringly; he poked his plump forefinger into it's quivering pink gill.
  • gull The boat seemed to skim along as lightly as a sea gull.
  • hill Upon this Primrose hill, Where, if Heav'n would distill – Good-Morrow, The by John Donne
  • hull
  • ill Then he must be ill, thought Katrina.
  • lull The few minutes that Harry and Leslie stopped with us, and then the few more they took to consider whether it would do for Leslie to try to walk home, just settled it that nobody could stir until there should be some sort of lull or holding up.
  • mill You want to buy my mill, eh?
  • mull I might make a regular mull of it."
  • null 1861. 6. South Carolina and others said that protection of their property would now be impossible in the Union, and therefore, before the inauguration of President Lincoln, on March 4th, 1861, seven States had assembled conventions, and by their ordinances declared the ties formerly binding them to the Republic of the United States null and void.
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  • paul
  • pauli
  • pawl
  • peal
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  • pill
  • pillar
  • pillow
  • ply
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  • pool
  • pule
  • pull
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  • pulley
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  • quill
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  • sill
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  • Jill
  • Polly
  • Tull
  • PLO
  • Pele
  • Perl
  • Paula
  • Pius
  • pills
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  • PL
  • PYLE
  • actioning
  • all by ones self
  • co-coon
  • co-efficient
  • co-equalities
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