What is the correct spelling for RELIACE?
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Correct spellings for RELIACE
- lace He took out the silk lace with which an hour ago he had measured his chest.
- plaice Indeed, before the plaice had been taken away he had decided that they no longer existed.
- prelacy "Yes," said the Earl, stepping forward, "and not only a Protestant, but with a heart hatred of Popery, of Prelacy, and of all superstition."
- race I knew he didn't throw the race, and, as for you-well, I said to myself: 'That ain't like the kid.
- realize Stop and think a bit, and you will realize it does make a difference what you believe about life, how it comes to be, where it is going, and what is your place in it.
- relapse With Christmas came a relapse, through which she nursed him.
- relate I have heard them relate stories to one another to the effect that a person can go back into the memory of past lives.
- relax Rynason felt his presence warmly: the calm of the alien continued to relax him.
- relay the message that i want to relay without Him, there's no other way – Suddenly by zoegirl
- release Flames...Dance of death move...so sexually. Flesh...caressed by flames screams...and I release. When you scream in agony...I hear cries of ecstacy!!! A frenzied scene. A voyeur's dream, a chance for me...to be complete. – Pyrosexual by pessimist
- relic "Well," said the page, "since you will have it that I am poor, do not reject the soul I present to you in this paper, and give me back the crown, which, since it has been touched by your hand, shall remain with me as a hallowed relic as long as I live."
- relief This is a great relief to my mind.
- relieve Perhaps I had better relieve you of my company, Blanche?"
- Relaid It was a hundred years since the stones had been last relaid and levelled: none of the horses of the late Marquis minded it but one-her whom the young man in Highland dress was now grooming-and she would have fidgeted had it been an oak floor.
- Felice And Sister Mary Felice said: "Bessie Bell, where are you hurt?"
- between rock and a hard place
- counting me out
- feel at home