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Correct spellings for RACILLAY

  • bacilli He was busy among his bacilli.
  • crazily
  • raceway One flash showed them the canoe dancing down the raceway of a lower rapid, and at the next it had disappeared.
  • racial
  • racially
  • racily
  • radially
  • rail This midnight special is burnin' the rail So woman don't try to follow my tail – The Golden Rocket by Hank Snow
  • rails Like a rocket sled on rails We tore up all of our swindel sheets and left 'em settin on the scales By the time we hit that Chi Town – Convoy by C.w McCall
  • rally
  • rascally And all this time the rascally Stingaree ranged the district, with or without his taciturn accomplice, covering great distances in fabulous time, lurking none knew where, and springing on the unwary in the last places in which his presence was suspected.
  • really And he will say: "You don't really mean to say so?"
  • recital Ellerey murmured an assent, wondering what this recital was to lead to.
  • relay Get out and let another relay come on duty.
  • richly He returned in 1784 and retired to his country seat a mile from Princeton, there to enjoy the blessings of peace and the golden fruits that had been richly earned by years of peril and toil.
  • riley "I've told you that I trust you, Riley.
  • rill The rill still murmurs; and the moon Shines, as she did, a softer sun.
  • sally I promised, as in duty bound, after this sally of modest ambition, to mention his wish to the Consul-General.
  • silly "No, the baby, you silly!
  • uracil
  • Cilia Wolfgang and her, of course-Cilia.
  • Rosella She would not hear of going to bed, though her little daughter Anne was sent off with her nurse, grandpapa persuading her that Rosella and the others were very much tired.
  • Rosily A peculiar lustre sparkling on one side of the shell-work however, at last attracted his attention, and, glancing up quickly, he saw, to his surprise, the reflection of a strange radiance, rosily tinted and brilliant.
  • Reilly Wait: let me break this to you gently, Miss Reilly: hear me out.
  • Marcella They do not know Marcella as I do.
  • Priscilla The dread disease that robbed me of my sight had crept on me slowly through the years, and now I lay in my bedroom in Walpole Street, with my old nurse, Priscilla Drew, sleeping on an extemporised bed outside my door to tend and care for me.
  • Graciela
  • rills I plodded up, and the gentle hills Grew hard to climb, and the laughing rills Were torrents peopled with sodden forms; The sky grew black with the threat of storms, And rocks leaped out and they bruised my feet, And faint I grew in the fever heat.
  • bombardings
  • counterstatements
  • cried down
  • sucking face
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