What is the correct spelling for VILID?

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Correct spellings for VILID

  • gild I wouldn't trust most cowboys, but your reputation's gild -edged, fine!
  • iliad It opens another Iliad of woes to Europe.
  • lid Keep covered closely all the time, do not stir or lift lid until perfectly cold.
  • mild We had some mild amusement to-day.
  • valid In the bill which was drawn up on this point in the Upper House it was merely stated that the marriage, in itself valid and approved by the wisest persons of the realm, had been made displeasing to the King through evil influences and annulled by a sentence of Archbishop Cranmer, on whom the greatest blame fell.
  • valued All that now remained was "Woodbine Lodge," valued at over twenty-five thousand dollars.
  • veiled She addressed this remark to Joan Ferriby, whose eyes were certainly veiled by that cloak of charity which the kind-hearted are ever ready to throw over the sins of others.
  • veld It was a pleasing, lonely place, with lots of game in it, that came here in the winter to eat the grass, which was lacking on the higher veld .
  • vila Blake (1862–1935), lyricist James "Spanish" Blake (died 1635), Irish Nine Years War figure James Vila Blake (1842–1925), American Unitarian minister, essayist, playwright and hymn writer and poet Eubie Blake (James Hubert Blake, 1887–1983), American musician Jim Blake (Australian politician) (1921–2010), member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly Ronald James Blake (born 1934), aka James Blake, British civil engineer in Hong Kong, CEO of KCRC
  • vile The solitary soul is heart-sick with a vile Ennui.
  • vilify The captain bit his lips as he recognized the words he had used to vilify Josepha's avarice.
  • villa A young woman who was left in charge of the villa had supplied him with whatever he needed.
  • violet Violet regarded him with interest.
  • violin Miss Pauline, 14 years old, violin virtuoso.
  • viscid The gloomy spot is a rent in the side of Vesuvius where the smouldering heat has burnt through the crust, and where a day or two before I saw a viscid stream of molten liquor, with the flames playing over it, creeping, creeping through the tunnelled ashes; and in the light above is the lip of Vesuvius itself, with its restless furnace at work, casting up a billowy swell of white oily smoke, while the glare of the fiery pit lights up the underside of the rising vapours.
  • vivid Was this only a vivid , fearful dream?
  • void
  • volt
  • weld
  • wield
  • wild
  • wilde
  • wilt
  • wold
  • Slid As the door slid back I stepped briskly into the room.
  • Vied Addresses were read to him before a vast concourse of humanity; and members of the Local Municipal Board vied with one another in paying him the respect due to his official position.
  • Villi Arachnoid granulations (also arachnoid villi, and pacchionian granulations or bodies) are small protrusions of the arachnoid mater (the thin second layer covering the brain) into the outer membrane of the dura mater (the thick outer layer).
  • Wailed
  • Wald
  • Whiled
  • Willed
  • Wilda
  • Vlad
  • viler Doth not the workman's pow'r extend O'er all the mass, which part to choose, And mould it for a nobler end, And which to leave for viler use?
  • non-pregnant Weight of two males and three non-pregnant females was 248, 254, 185, 210, 240 grams, respectively.
  • zonation

11 words made from the letters VILID