What is the correct spelling for SKILLY?
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Correct spellings for SKILLY
- kelly Shortly afterward this agent brought with him to the Smith home Frank Kelly , and introduced him to Maggie, as she was called by her folks. tryin' to screw Grace Kelly go for her gelly – Hit by herman brood
- sally "That's on account of Sally Bent," answered Denver Jim.
- scaly And what is the bell telling? It is old, very old, as we have already observed; it was there long before grandmother's grandmother was born; and yet it is but a child in comparison with the Au-mann, who is an old quiet personage, an oddity, with his hose of eel-skin, and his scaly jacket with the yellow lilies for buttons, and a wreath of reed in his hair and seaweed in his beard; but he looks very pretty for all that.
- scull Dexter jumped up, seized his companion's scull , and, weary as he was, with all the stubborn English pluck which never knows when it is beaten, he reseated himself, shipped his scull , and bent forward to try, inexperienced as he was, to make another effort for escape.
- sickly Let me in, thou sickly dog.
- silky Her hair felt silky , and the touch sent a quiver over him.
- sill I'll roll up in a blanket and sleep across your door-sill," and this he did, acknowledging the reasonableness of her fears.
- silly The child is silly .
- skill You have admirable skill .
- skilled He was wonderfully skilled in wood-craft.
- skillet One fellow picks up the skillet , holds it awhile, mentally determining how much it weighs, and what will be the weight of it after carrying it five miles, and reluctantly, with a half-ashamed, sly look, drops it and takes his place in ranks.
- skills At the same time, enlistment policies combined with Selective Service regulations to make it difficult for the Army to produce from its black quota enough men with the potential to be trained in those skills required by a variety of units.