What is the correct spelling for SCOIL?
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Correct spellings for SCOIL
- coal The railroads and the rivers were still the most economical way to ship the space-taking stuff, coal , steel, grain.
- coil Perhaps it would be better to coil the hair about the brow and have no fringe, or at least only a few loose locks that would look equally well, straight or curled.
- col "No, sir; it was the life I lived," returned Col .
- cool "Well, she better make it a good long hide, until he has had plenty of time to cool off.
- cowl A bottle of the local white wine made by the brotherhood at Genoa, and sent to this house by the West, is carried in the cowl as a present to the stranger at the gates.
- sail "Mr. Grant spoke of the 'Cuba,' on which some friends of his are to sail .
- scale Here there is repeated on a far larger scale the work which Brandon saw on Coffin Island.
- scaly And therewith scaly coil on coil Reared 'gainst his face the mouth aboil:
- school I believe in the day school part of it.
- scold I must be allowed to scold , for if I did not I would be obliged to weep, and it would be a disgrace for Blucher to act like an old woman!
- scow He slipped it into a bag, caught up the lantern with his hook, and left the scow .
- scowl Fitzgerald sent him a scowl .
- scroll That writing should have faded from the scroll as soon as it was read by yonder lady, and then I would have told you another story; a story of secret love, of betrayal and attempted flight with her lover.
- scull Bevis was frantically waving the burning brand; Mark understood now, and pulled his left scull , hardest.
- skill "I can only answer that Theodorus has really completed this master-piece, and if you wish for a proof of his skill would gladly send you a second likeness of .
- Coll Coll.; Ogden, Weber County, Utah; obtained on July 15, 1893, by Vernon Bailey, original no. 4085.
- scowls He just scowls at me and shakes his head, as much as to say: There, you see!