What is the correct spelling for SLLOW?

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Correct spellings for SLLOW

  • allow I believe that everything ought to be paid for in cash, at a fair price to allow a profit.
  • bellow But his son continued to bellow angrily.
  • billow Now she was hid from sight in the trough of the sea, now she rose to the summit of a billow .
  • blow I struck no blow .
  • callow As Mrs. Crawley shook up her chintz cushions, she looked across at the Candle-a long look that took in the elaborate golden hair, the much too smart blouse, the abbreviated skirt showing the high-heeled slippers, the crowd of callow youths-and then, smiling slightly to herself, settled down in her chair.
  • cello But Marcello did not come in.
  • fallow An' you'll sow ten thousand acres of fallow on your own rich hills-this fall.
  • fellow That other fellow out, too?
  • flow There was a strange mixture of emotion in the girl's swift flow of words.
  • follow "Yes," said the man, "follow me and I will bring you to him."
  • glow Beeches and dunes were in the full glow of the sunset.
  • hallow I was present at a Hallow Fair when a cross toll-bar was erected, and many paid the toll demanded.
  • hollow About five o'clock he approached Stas and, in a hollow voice which with difficulty issued out of his throat, said: Great master, Kali can go no further.
  • low "Aye," I would say in a voice too low to be heard by my father.
  • mallow A great expanse of sand stretches out from Yarmouth, and over this the wind whistles through the long parched grass which grows in patches, interspersed with the little pink mallow and stunted thistles, which are not discouraged by their surroundings, and flourish in spite of difficulties.
  • mellow The swinging lamp shed a flood of mellow light upon her, and her arms, bare to the elbow, gleamed like new ivory below the shadowy pallor of her face.
  • pillow After a time she lay down, and she remained so for the rest of the afternoon, with her face buried in her pillow .
  • plow I am for honest actions, not for great: If I may bring up a new fashion, And rise in Court for vertue, speed his plow !
  • sailor He had been a sailor .
  • sale She was a trifle perplexed, for she did not think there was lace of that kind on sale often in Victoria, and, in regard to the gloves, it was not evident how he had known her size.
  • sallow His sallow cheeks became flushed and his nervousness had subsided, long before the arrival of the coffee.
  • sally The only thing that puzzled Sally was, where on earth did he get the money to buy it?
  • salon But the atmosphere of uneasiness prevailed throughout the gilded salon .
  • scow The scow was opposite the strip of beach toward which the others were slowly but surely drawing.
  • sell 677. Who did he sell his fish to?
  • seller The purchase implies a seller .
  • shallow It is a small stream, but its shallow waters flow over a bed of treacherous quick sand.
  • sill As she stepped over the deeply-worn stone sill , she thought of the thousands of other country girls whose feet had helped to wear that hollow, and her heart ached with unaccountable emotion.
  • silly "Don't be silly ," said Master Hardy.
  • silo It was dirty work, the corn stalks oozing juice and sticking as tenaciously as burrs to the clothes, hands and hair of those working in the silo .
  • slaw I knew that it would be impossible to break this decree, and therefore contented myself with cold beef and cole-slaw.
  • slay He saved my life when it was in his power to slay me, and, therefore, I have brought him hither, as was his wish.
  • slew "For mony of our men he slew , "And mony put to pain."
  • slob Such words as "slob," "fat-head," "boob" or "you poor nut" never found their way outside the sacred precincts of the theatre.
  • sloe Good sound port is sloe juice.
  • slog
  • sloop Before the order could be obeyed, the flaw struck the sloop , and threw her on her beam-ends.
  • slop
  • slot This led to the demand for a nickel-in-the-slot machine, which, when established, became immensely popular over the whole country.
  • slow It must be later than that; his watch must be slow !
  • slue
  • slur
  • sly
  • snow
  • sol
  • sole
  • solo
  • solon
  • sow
  • stow
  • sulla Sulla confidently went to Bocchus, but the barbarian, who had changed his intentions and repented of his design, for several days wavered in his plan, hesitating whether he should deliver up Jugurtha or keep Sulla a prisoner: at last, however, he determined to carry into effect his original design, and surrendered Jugurtha into the hands of Sulla .
  • sully
  • tallow
  • wallow
  • willow
  • yellow
  • Sal Why Sal has been rid!
  • Slows
  • Solos
  • Sallie "Oh, Henrietta," exclaimed Sallie , looking at the young-philosopher with terrified helplessness.
  • silos These were termed silos or siloes: they were hermetically sealed up, and from time to time the old corn was exchanged for new.
  • swallow Swallow your venom, and forget all of them.

7 words made from the letters SLLOW

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