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Correct spellings for VILET

  • filet The windows flanking the entrance doorway are hung with flat curtains of coarse white linen, with inserts of old filet lace, and there are side curtains of dead black silk with borderings of silver and gold threads.
  • let "Let them sleep," said he.
  • vale I have not guarded through the years that sharp impatience that I presently came to feel with that tiny house in the Vale of Health.
  • valet "His Highness is very tired," the valet declared to me, as he entered the room.
  • varlet Didst thou hear it speak, varlet!
  • vault From one vault the coffin had been taken away....
  • veiled Then Nevis interrupted her thoughts with a veiled purpose, and once more touched the tender spot.
  • veld Luckily he went on the long trail leading from the house, and soon's he'd gone I lit out for the top of the krantz, where I could see the veld right up to my door."
  • velvet Constance made a place on one end of an old velvet couch for them.
  • vet C. S. W. Burrows, 1 N. Y. Vet.
  • vila
  • vile They're rude, crude and vile Just for a minute let's flip down the dial – I Can't Watch This by weird al yankovic
  • violate
  • violent The cross has more power; I will seek these violent men.
  • violet Over all the vast expanse of sky a crimson spread which was followed by pink that was quickly succeeded by violet purple.
  • voile
  • vole According to Jerdon this vole has only been procured in Sikim near Darjeeling, at heights varying from 7000 to 15,000 feet; but I believe the area it inhabits to be much larger.
  • volt "The heart makes only one three-thousandth of a volt of electricity at each beat.
  • volta Washington, Volta Bureau, 1898. Feer, E. Der Einfluss der Blutsverwandschaft der Eltern auf die Kinder.
  • volute
  • welt
  • wield
  • wilde A number of artists have been built like Oscar Wilde, musicians in particular.
  • wile
  • wilt The Jews therefore said, Forty and six years was this temple in building, and wilt Thou raise it up in three days?
  • Vied
  • viler "Viler message," said King Arthur, "was never sent from man to man.
  • violets
  • vilest Nor had I given it to him, but to shield myself from the vilest outrage- Capt.
  • wiglet
  • valets
  • oat-bran
  • backstrap In Guatemala, brocade is the most popular technique used to decorate fabric woven by Maya weavers on backstrap looms.
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