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Correct spellings for QHILE

  • awhile Sit down here awhile an' I'll tell ye.
  • chile Daughter Joan and her husband, Bill, met a couple in Paris, France, last whenever it was who are from Nehuentue, in southern Chile, near the lakes and volcano region.
  • coil What kind of a coil was this?
  • cole They used to go hunting with Hugh, their older brother, when he would let them go, and after the cows with Peter and Cole.
  • gale The wind increased to a gale; this brought a bitterly cold rain.
  • gila Kit Joy was a cowboy working on the X ranch on the Gila.
  • gill There are two short chimneys at the end of this little gill-one in each corner, about ten to twelve yards apart.
  • guile She smiled up at him, honestly pleased, wholly without guile-and wholly blind.
  • hail He had answered the hail of the sentry who, when he had convinced himself that his ears and eyes did not betray him, ran out and clasped the hands of one he had never thought to behold alive again.
  • hale Robinson Cruso still survives, hale and hearty, at King's Lynn, and Dean Swift is far from dead, as the West Riding Directory proves.
  • haler
  • haley
  • hall The Town Hall I meant.
  • halo The old lady-for the halo of interest of which the girl was the centre, included her-was dressed, he at first thought, in black, but now he was nearly sure it was a purple silk.
  • heel That may heel her over, and help loosen the grip of the sand."
  • hill She was a good way up the hill, and the Lord was coming down to meet her, but they had not quite met yet, so as to go up the rest of the way together.
  • hilly The only escape from part of this astonishing creed would be by assuming that the distance of two miles from A to C was measured "as the crow flies," while the road A to C was so hilly that a pedestrian would traverse more than fourteen miles when proceeding from A to C.
  • holey
  • holy
  • hoyle You see, the Faculty always insisted on regulating athletics more or less and on organizing things for us-didn't believe we mere college youths could get an organization together according to Hoyle, or whoever drew up the rules of disorder in college societies, without the help of some skyscraper-browed professor.
  • hula
  • hull
  • jail
  • jailer I'm the stony-hearted jailer, I am, from now, henceforth, world 'thout end, amen!
  • kale
  • keyhole "I will wait for the answer," he shouted through the keyhole, and falling back he took up his stand against the opposite wall.
  • kilo
  • quail
  • quibble
  • quill
  • while
  • Jill
  • Hal "Hal and I are going to give a party before long, and we'll have them, too," Jerry had promised.
  • Kyle
  • Gail Gail watched Soames' face.
  • Julie
  • Gil The next day, that is, Tuesday, the 28th, I had a business meeting with my friends, Mr. Gautron and Mr. Pierre Mortier, editor of the Gil Blas.
  • Kiel This was on board the German mail-steamer, while crossing a branch of the Baltic between the ports of Kiel and Korsoer.
  • NHL
  • he'll What do you think he'll say now?
  • hole Hole in my chin he scares me with!
  • hohum

8 words made from the letters QHILE

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