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Correct spellings for QUARLS

  • quail
  • qualm Now even while this Ill-pause was making his speech, my lord Innocent-whether by a shot from the camp of the giant, or from some qualm that suddenly took him, or whether by the stinking breath of that treacherous villain, old Ill-pause, for so I am most apt to think-sunk down in the place where he stood still, nor could he be brought to life again.
  • Quartos The text of these quartos is, therefore, much inferior to that of the Folio.
  • Carlos St. Carlos , a mighty day of gala at Naples, was an excellent excuse for leaving Rome, and indulging my roving disposition.
  • Culls I sell my culls to hundreds of farmers in this and adjoining counties for canning, apple-butter, etc.
  • Coals Not for coals it isn't.
  • Goals
  • squalls
  • calls He calls , and you come.
  • gulls
  • quells
  • quarrels
  • quills
  • jails
  • girls
  • purls
  • equals He ought to be placed in the midst of his equals , or he will grow up with the most detestable temper."
  • quarts
  • hurls
  • curls Sometimes, when she stooped down to kiss the rosy baby lips, her forehead would touch his curls and he would steal the kiss meant for the little Parmys.
  • qualms
  • GALS So before you pledge your word, gals and boys alike, you-think.
  • FURLS It reefs its sail when a storm threatens or the wind blows pretty hard, and furls it entirely and goes down when a gale blows.
  • QUADS
  • EARLS The list of earls and nobles occupied several pages, but the closing article was as follows: "George, the 21st earl, succeeded his mother Marian, late Countess of Pendennyss, in her own right, being born of her marriage with George Denbigh, Esq.
  • URLS
  • quails
  • quarks
  • quays
  • galls It galls him to think of being "patronized," and, indeed, if that were the view taken by the council of the Royal Literary Fund, I, for one, should be the first to agree with him.
  • burls Burls were rare in Europe because the old-growth forests where they are commonly found had largely been logged out of existence.
  • unaffordable
  • germ-destroying
  • hohum
  • inter-blending

33 words made from the letters QUARLS

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