What is the correct spelling for VILLIFY?
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Correct spellings for VILLIFY
- mollify They had preceded Allouez at Chequamegon bay, and when he established his mission at Green bay he came at the invitation of the Pottawattomies, who wished him to "mollify some young Frenchmen who were among them for the purpose of trading and who threatened and ill-treated them."
- nullify If the privileges and immunities, brought within the protection of the Federal Government by the Fourteenth Amendment, were intended to embrace the whole domain of personal and property rights, then, contended the justice, the Supreme Court would be constituted a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the states, on the civil rights of their own citizens, with authority to nullify such as it did not approve as consistent with those rights as they existed at the time of the adoption of this Amendment....
- valley 5000. In the valley of the Grosne.
- verify You took in all these outward details; you looked away for a moment, to consider them; you looked back to verify them; and then the miracle happened.
- vilely I am, like Hamlet, very vilely attended, as you see.
- vilify As my only object was to expose them and their corrupt system, so their only apparent object now appeared to be to vilify and abuse me, and when, at length, the election of Mr. Lamb seemed to be almost certain, they became desperate.
- villa I therefore waited upon his eminence the next day at the Villa Negroni; he was walking with his secretary, whom he dismissed the moment he saw me.
- villain Senor, is yonder villain dead?"
- villainy You made the game of cards a pretense; you sought it simply as an opportunity to wreak your vengeance on him for his villainy toward me.
- villon Naturally, considering the tactics that were being employed against them, the Villon Society, which published Mr. Payne's works, had no wish to draw the attention of the authorities to the moral question.