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Correct spellings for VILLI

  • bill Gave my baby a twenty dollar bill, If that don't get her, Sure my shot, shot, shot-gun will, Yeah, I gave my baby a twenty dollar bill, – Hats Off To (Roy) Harper by led zeppelin
  • dill Poor Dill was showing to his comrades the new photograph his wife had sent him, when an exploding shell sent a boot flying against his head.
  • fill With all our good, with all our will, Our unfrequented isle we fill; – Men Are Heaven's Piers by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • gill "We are now even given each a little butter, and a gill of rice to each, and our dried peas are allowed to be boiled," quaintly and pathetically writes the doctor; and in January, 1778, he adds, "good bread and beef and wood to burn."
  • gillie If a gillie means a lad without any breeches on, I don't mind; but I couldn't stand a severe man got up in well-made velveteens, who would see through my ignorance in a moment, and make known by comment the fact that he had done so.
  • hill The crescent glimmers on the hill, The mosque's high lamps are quivering still – Giaour, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • ill To strike down Good and fight for Ill, -- Oh, not as harps that stand In the wind and sound the wind's command: Each artist -- gift of terror! -- owns his will. – Hymns Of The Marshes. by Sidney Lanier
  • lillie
  • mill Seventeen and I'm holdin' on to around a mill I could bail out and blow trial and come around on the pill – A Week Ago by jay-z
  • pill And rejection always was our bitter pill 'Cause I have no precious gifts to give you Only have four words; darling I love you I love you still – Still by Cher
  • rill
  • sill She thanked him with a grateful look, and a faint attempt to smile through her tears; then hurried on to her room, where she seated herself in a chair by the window, and laying her arms upon the sill, rested her head upon them, and while the bitter tears fell fast from her eyes she murmured half aloud, "Oh!
  • till "Never mind, leave it till the morning.
  • vale I think we'll meet him in the vale of Onondaga.
  • valley All of which is out of your line, Jerry, but interesting to us in the valley here."
  • veal Beef may be substituted for veal.
  • veil She put on her thick veil and started on her short journey.
  • vela
  • vial
  • vigil
  • vii 9 Junto, the, vii.
  • viii
  • vila
  • vile
  • vilely It is a vilely robbing of his shop, and picking of his pocket; a thing odious to reason and conscience, and contrary to the law of nature.
  • villa
  • villain
  • villein
  • villon It was new in France only because, besides Villon, Verlaine was the first lyric genius of the French.
  • villus
  • viol
  • viola
  • violin
  • voile
  • vole
  • volley
  • wall
  • weill
  • well
  • wile
  • will
  • willow
  • wily
  • Jill
  • Villas
  • Villi
  • We'll
  • Willy
  • Val
  • Willie
  • Willis
  • Billie
  • Vilma
  • Willa
  • Wills
  • Millie
  • vials
  • VOL
  • viler
  • Voila
  • viols
  • wellie
  • all by ones self
  • fore stalling
  • fored
  • fourflushers
  • inter-blends
  • of this world
  • single-page
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