What is the correct spelling for TAYOLOR?

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Correct spellings for TAYOLOR

  • dolor As for the other child, his Royal Highness Prince Dolor ,-for somehow people soon ceased to call him his Majesty, which seemed such a ridiculous title for a poor little fellow, a helpless cripple,-with only head and trunk, and no legs to speak of,-he was seen very seldom by anybody.
  • dolour During this time that Psyches was in this place of pleasures, her father and mother did nothing but weepe and lament, and her two sisters hearing of her most miserable fortune, came with great dolour and sorrow to comfort and speake with her parents.
  • payola
  • tabular The scenery around was very similar, and to the north we had cited a similar tabular hill to the "Magdala" Mount I had discovered north of Imrera, while going to the Malagarazi.
  • tackler A mighty cheer went up from the Canton rooters-a cheer which died out in a sudden hush when it was seen that the tackler did not rise.
  • tail "Will you walk a little faster?" said a whiting to a snail, "There's a porpoise close behind us, and he's treading on my tail. – Lobster-Quadrille, The by Lewis Carroll
  • tailor
  • tall He was a tall man, and held himself very straight, speaking as if he were very much in earnest.
  • tallow Whereupon the negro girl would set her reel jack in the corner, and untie and drop the paper blinds before the two windows, and light the tallow dip on the mantelpiece.
  • tattler You have the example of the baker, Louis Lemaire, an idler, a gossip, a tattler , a man who, instead of walking behind the coach, would not go unless Monseigneur paid for a carriage for him to follow him to La Rochelle, and lent him his dressing-gown to protect him from the cold.
  • taylor Mr. Taylor , a gaunt young man, alone seemed unmoved; the morose teacher gave a sigh of sad envy.
  • tiler To be sure, Tiler ; he's on the job, too, came out when I did from London.
  • toiler This indifference was undoubtedly the outcome of a life of want and social injustice; it was the indifference of an old toiler , who, weary of struggling and hoping for improvements, was now quite ready to tolerate the crumbling of a social system, which threatened him with hunger in his impotent old age.
  • toll The bells begin to toll , and I proceed towards the church.
  • tool The difficulty is that some people do not stop to think that the saving of labor applies just as forcibly to a simple tool as to a complicated one."
  • tyler Yet, as it turned out, all that they really accomplished was to elect a president without a party, for Harrison died when he had hardly more than sat in the presidential chair, and was succeeded by the vice-president, Tyler of Virginia.
  • Tallier
  • Tallowy
  • Tole
  • taller

111 words made from the letters TAYOLOR