What is the correct spelling for VAILS?
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Correct spellings for VAILS
- rails They had only seen a yard once before in their lives, and the rails of that one were made of wood.
- tails Heads for Dangan Castle and Parliament House; tails for poverty!"
- valise I thought at the time how easy it would have been for me to steal his luggage and walk off with his valise : nobody would have seen me."
- Mails Half a score of journals were daily searched for items concerning them, and the arrival of the mails was the event of the day.
- hails I hails f'om Miss'ippi myse'f, a mighty long ways f'om hyeah.
- nails He expected to see the bleeding marks of her nails on his cheeks, but he could see nothing.
- wails The old merchant was waiting in the entry, where the wails of the servants and the women in the neighbourhood who, according to custom, were beating their brows and breasts and rending their garments, could be heard distinctly.
- walls In Walls it is 1s.
- veils 2081. How many veils will you take to him in a week?
- jails A man were better visit fifteen jails -or a dozen or two hospitals-than once adventure to come near them.
- fails Having a spiritual nature, man fails to find satisfaction in the goods of natural life.
- sails She had taken the wind completely out of his sails .
- vials With all this lustre clustering around him, encircled by the sacred halo of great and acknowledged services in the cause of Independence, still green and fresh in the memory of millions-Judge Chase was placed in the crucible of unrelenting ostracism prompted by political animosity created by the lofty independence of thought and expression constitutional with him and which prompted him to act a bold and conspicuous part when the vials of British wrath were poured out upon our bleeding country.
- pails After supper we go with our pails and carry it home.
- BAILS Mrs. Sturgis' first act after Irene's return home with her out-on-bails the evening before had been to send for the judge.
- AILS When she reaches the gallery she gives a loud scream, and when Johannes anxiously asks what ails her, she says she only felt she must give vent to her feelings.
- viols On that occasion a sort of religious carnival was being held; there were processions, and numbers of dancing-girls clad in gauzy rose-coloured garments, who danced modestly and gracefully to the sound of the tom-tom and viols .
- vales Day after day we're ridin' the hills an' vales , readin' the milk white snow for tracks.