What is the correct spelling for SOLLOW?
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Correct spellings for SOLLOW
- follow Go on, I'll follow you. The Albatross did follow, And every day, for food or play, Came to the mariner's hollo ! In mist or cloud, on mast or shroud, – Rime Of The Ancient Mariner, The by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
- hollow If the hunter were still following him, he would pass through that hollow in plain sight. Insides a little hollow, I feel so beat down and It's so hard to swallow – Rebels by drive-by truckers
- sallow The sullen glow returned to Slade's eyes, his sallow cheeks flushed slightly.
- sell The Tibboo bought the slaves on speculation in Bornou; he could now sell them at from forty to fifty dollars each. No immunization, no antidote to sell Genetic imbalance from self induced hell – E.M.T.E.K. by flotsam and jetsam
- sill Long ago they lost their eyes Under bags of merchandise; And they know not there are still Angels on the window-sill. Wathcing grass grow from my window sill Is just som much better than sitting still – Lazy by Parokya Ni Edgar
- silo 1:3. And this man went up out of his city upon the appointed days, to adore and to offer sacrifice to the Lord of hosts in Silo .
- slew Too much man a get slew you betta watch what u say or do – Not Going Down by busy signal
- slow Tell me he's lazy, tell me he's slow, Tell me I'm crazy (maybe I know) – Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man by Unknown Author
- soil Under muck spittle soil Within the serpent's coil – Serpent's Coil by cryptopsy
- sole Devotion to Virginia was his sole motive.
- solo Then your solo will take about three minutes.
- solon Go, meet Lycurgus, Solon , and Zaleucus sage, Let them salute the children of their laws.
- soul I can't help saying it, old man, but I feel sorry for Anne, 'pon my soul , I do.
- Solos Then there were more solos and duets, with obbligatos for the violin.
- swallow Swallow, a, encircles the ships of Columbus.