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Correct spellings for WIKLL

  • gill The gill is made up, as the illustration shows, of mycelium threads.
  • kilo And everybody know another kilo From a corner from a brother keep another below – Night of the Living Baseheads by public enemy
  • quill Saint Christopher lives on the end of the quill Leave him a diamond in your last will – How Could You Want Him (When You Know You Could Ha by spin doctors
  • skill For oh! the yellow treasure's ta'en By witchin' skill; An' dawtit, twal-pint hawkie's gane As yell's the bill. – Address to the Devil by Robert Burns
  • vigil
  • villa I ordered a splendid dinner, and we all set out towards the Villa Ludovisi.
  • wail Gorgo listened in silence to the old woman's story; and all she said in reply was: "Let them wail."
  • walk It could in no sense of the word be a walk-over.
  • wall You know that Farley and his little crowd got caught last night, when they returned from their Frenching party over the wall?"
  • wally "No," Wally said, harshly, because he felt she was making a fool of him.
  • weakly Forth sat down, a little weakly, as I raised it to my lips and sipped.
  • weekly These weekly rounds are exceedingly annoying.
  • weill And Mr. Weill, with a sigh of relief, paid his fine.
  • well
  • while
  • whirl
  • wick
  • wig
  • wiggle
  • wiggly
  • wile
  • will
  • willow
  • wily
  • winkle All told, you compare quite favourably with Mr. Winkle"-this with a most merry twinkle.
  • wok
  • Jill
  • Villi
  • We'll
  • Willy "There he goes round the garden," shouted Willy, as the sound of footsteps like those of a man running with all his might came from the direction which the dogs had taken.
  • Wiley
  • Willie
  • Willa
  • Gil That the history of Gil Blas of Santillane consists chiefly of episodes is not a serious criticism upon Lesage's novel.
  • Kiel So long as her fleet remained intact, it controlled the Baltic by virtue of an interior line through the Kiel Canal, thus providing a strangle hold on Russia and free access to northern neutrals.
  • KL
  • WKLY
  • Wikis
  • who'll
  • wiki
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