What is the correct spelling for WILLIT?

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Correct spellings for WILLIT

  • billet "Oh, got a billet there, has he?
  • fillet Form of a golden wreath were my hands that girt her head, fingers that strove to meet, and met where the whisps escaped from the fillet , of tenderest gold, small circlet and slim were my fingers then.
  • millet Millet, barley, and beans are cultivated everywhere, and are the principal articles of food among the country population.
  • twilit Sir Wilton hurried through a twilit drawing-room in deadly order, and forth by a French window into a pleasaunce of elms and plane-trees whose shadows lay sharp as themselves upon the shaven sward.
  • violet Having first explained that he was suffering from shock, I translated word for word, whereon Maqueda blushed to her lovely violet eyes and let fall her veil in a great hurry.
  • walled I am fain to leave a walled house, and, better still, to get outside of the walls within and join the city in friendship and let the city join me.
  • wallet "Get his wallet ," Bill said.
  • welt He feared that his wife might see the bruises on his arms and the heavy welt that he knew there must be around his body, made by the coil of the reata.
  • wield I wield a pen, I have an honorable position of free discussion in a great paper; if I have been wrongly interpreted, it is for me to explain myself better when the occasion presents itself.
  • wild That wild hope is wild no longer.
  • wilde Richard Henry Wilde , an Irishman by birth, a gentleman of scholarly tastes and accomplishments, who wrote a great deal on Italian literature, and sat for several terms in Congress as Representative of the State of Georgia, was the author of the favorite song, My Life is Like the Summer Rose.
  • wilder Mary Martin-for she it is-had ridden that same path at all seasons and all hours, but never on a wilder night, nor through a more terrible hurricane than this.
  • will
  • willard
  • willies
  • willing
  • willow
  • wilt I never see a feller wilt so as when I sed this.
  • Villi
  • Welled
  • Willed
  • Willy Also articles by the above, R. Willy , R. v.
  • William
  • Willie
  • Willis
  • Wallis Here's a note from Mr. Wallis about his wife's being at the theater the other night, and a line from Jack Simpson about that woman down St. John's Wood way.
  • Wilda
  • Willa
  • Walt
  • Wills
  • wiglet
  • Willy's
  • wellie
  • fore-speaking
  • fored
  • cranials
  • intrasegmental

14 words made from the letters WILLIT