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Correct spellings for RLIED
- led If he had only known it fifteen, even ten years ago, what a different life he might have led .
- lid He let fall the lid of the chest, which locked itself, and then, after a short trial of the keys, opened the one beside it.
- lied "We fixed up his wound," lied MacQueen.
- red Sometimes they appeared dressed in bright red .
- reid Look at the names of the authors of all of the books and you will see the reason: Alger, Cooper, Ellis, Henty, Kingston, Optic, Reid , Etc.
- rid "And we are well rid of him.
- ride He must ride along as near as he could in front of it.
- rile Now, if Mr. Greeley and Mr. Grant should rile up against each other-which I hope they won't-don't you see that I am in an awful mixed position?
- riled But what "riled" him most was that he had been visited by a Federal officer, disguised in the Confederate uniform.
- riley Isn't it Riley who says, "Ef you want something, an' jest dead set a-longin' fer it with both eyes wet, and tears won't bring it, why, you try sweat"?
- roiled "I am so tired, Governor, with the world and myself to-night, that I purpose resting myself at your expense, - in other words, to pour over all my roiled feelings from my own heart into yours, hoping benevolently to find my own thereby cleared.
- rolled Mile after mile of ice rolled under our feet.
- ruled "What if you are ruled off!
- Plied There is a story, among the old people, of one that haunted a ruined mill, just by a bridge that crosses a small stream; how that, late one night, as a traveller was passing on horseback, the Dubbie jumped up behind him, and grasped him so close round the body that he had no power to help himself, but expected to be squeezed to death: luckily his heels were loose, with which he plied the sides of his steed, and was carried, with the wonderful instinct of a traveller's horse, straight to the village inn.
- Railed But nice boys as they are, it did grate on me having them make jokes every minute, even about that wonderful, pathetic little room with the railed-off furniture and curtained wall-bed.
- Rallied On Sunday morning, a quarter after ten, he drew a long breath, and it was thought that all was over; but he rallied, and another long inspiration followed.
- Reeled She noticed that he reeled slightly in his walk; that his lips were white and set with pain.
- Relaid He wrapped the gilt-embroidered uniform and his sword in a quantity of tissue paper, and put them away with the same care one bestows upon a mummy when it is relaid in its metal case.
- Relied They should never be relied upon as the main part of a meal.
- Replied "No, Sir," I replied.