What is the correct spelling for SKILLIT?

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Correct spellings for SKILLIT

  • kilt I should love to see them in the kilt, with their brown knees, like the pipers in Edinburgh.
  • silt Some are clear, others silt-bearing.
  • skill For an hour Dirrul fought with all the skill he knew.
  • skilled In addition to this, the ladies of the family were skilled in what is called "fancy cooking."
  • skillet When you have done so, take White-wine a Pint, or Sack and White-wine together, of each half a Pint; sweeten it, as you love it, with Sugar; pour in all the Cream, but leave your Barley behind in the Skillet.
  • skirt But let me put my hair up high and get on a trained skirt and you will see what you will see.
  • skit This skit was well appreciated.
  • skull His skull is broken!"
  • skylight I flopped down on to the skylight seat.
  • slit Is Jatupon never tempted to take a knife and slit his brother's throat?
  • skills "I also want to start a school where trades and skills can be taught.
  • skillets The company property consisted of two or three skillets and frying pans, which were sometimes carried in the wagon, but oftener in the hands of the soldiers.

47 words made from the letters SKILLIT