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Correct spellings for TI'LL

  • bill We're talking 'bout the dollar bill And that old man who's over the hill – Money's Too Tight (To Mention) by simply red
  • dell If he did, the place was well chosen; this hard, melancholy dell, abandoned by the summer light, made her feel her loneliness.
  • dial Don't need a hard sell...or a new magic spell.... To make me smile... It doesn't take much....just a quick touch... On my radio dial... – Play Another Good Old Feel Good Song by Smokey River Boys
  • dill
  • doll Oh, dearly, he is so good-humoured, so kind: he has given me such a beautiful doll, with such eyes!
  • dull "I am afraid that I am rather dull just now.
  • fill When we went by houses the Germans stood along the road watching us and very often they would fill my bottle with fresh water.
  • gill Many believed they were either Stuart Gill, or that Gill had forged messages by them or others on Bowen's board.
  • hill I jumped out of the carriage, saying that I would walk up the hill, and Jacob, putting his book in his pocket, took up his well-known box, and walked along with me.
  • ill And does he not in that speak ill of us?
  • mill I'll go as far as into the mill with you."
  • pill I 'm afraid I should have rejected the pill.
  • rill Before long they stood upon the bank, and saw a dark flood rushing by where but yesterday had trickled a little rill.
  • sill Never crossed our door-sill since we returned home!
  • still There it was still.
  • tail "I made up a riddle why is a cat like a kite because it has a tail.
  • tale Jewel saw that the tale was finished.
  • tall I should think they are about as tall as my arm would be if it was standing on the ground.
  • tally I've spoilt this marrying, I guess: and that's the first long chalk crossed off a long tally.
  • teal
  • tell
  • telly
  • tile
  • tiler
  • till
  • tiller
  • tilt
  • tl
  • toil
  • toll
  • tool
  • trill
  • tulle
  • twill
  • will
  • Dilly
  • Jill
  • Tali
  • Til
  • Tole
  • Tull
  • Tel
  • tills
  • it'll