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  • agile The Sumter she was to be, and was designed to deliver some of the many agile counter-thrusts we should have to make against that "blockade" for which the Yankee frigates were already hovering off Ship Island.
  • bile It's nothin' but fry, roast, bake, an' bile , the hull endurin' time.
  • chile Can't cheat dis chile ," and, with a chuckle, which she meant to be very expressive, the fat old woman waddled from the room.
  • coil Then taking up that, and the coil of tow, but leaving his package against the wall, he disappeared in the narrow passage leading to the powder vaults.
  • cole By-and-by a man's legs came dangling down, and Cole landed on the sill, still holding tight by the rope.
  • file Noiselessly and groping they enter in a file ; then, on the last who enter, enormous locks of the door are drawn.
  • gaily "Oh, he's a back-number," answered Chub gaily .
  • gale Gale jumped forward, his finger pointed at Nan.
  • gila Corporal Donovan was with 'C' troop down the Gila last week, sir.
  • gill This ground is visited principally by small boats, the greater part of the catch being taken by gill nets, although trawls and hand lines also are used here.
  • guile So the lady turned to guile , as did Penelope of old in similar distress.
  • jail "This Goosetree visited her in jail as an old acquaintance.
  • jailer He was the jailer .
  • jell The sugar and the spice and the correct time for boiling-skimming and stirring done with your own hand-yet after all the stuff will not jell .
  • jibe To distract his attention, she flung another jibe at him.
  • jilt Harry had been offended to the quick, and had called her a jilt ; but yet it might be possible that he would return to her.
  • jive Jive Bunny and the Mastermixers: The Essential Christmas Party Album (2010) Charting singles
  • joule It is well established that conventional "blue flame" or bunsen gas burners produce oxides of nitrogen at levels of 30-50 nanograms per joule and are as such not considered to have potential for NOx reduction.
  • july On July 17, 1740, Sir William Wyndham died.
  • kale Firuzkuhi is the name of the little people that dwell on the steep hill, north-east of Kale No, and from their inaccessible situation afflict the whole neighbourhood with robbery and plunder.
  • kilo As a kilo is two and a fifth pounds, the ature that Joseph caught by the Quai de Commerce, being in the third category, would cost, under the ukase, less than ten cents a pound.
  • mile You can't hit those skipping jack-rabbits half a mile away.
  • nile The centre of supply was the Upper Nile , where the operation was found dangerous after the age of fifteen, and when badly performed only one in four survived.
  • pile The great house in the centre was the Baron's Hall, the part to the left was called the Roderhausen; between the two stood a huge square pile , rising dizzily up into the clear air high above the rest-the great Melchior Tower.
  • quill 18 Captain Sir Henry Quill opened the door of the late Lieutenant Mellon's quarters and went in, followed by Mike the Angel.
  • rile "'Y God, I reckon you don't think you rile me up, too, with all that high falutin' jabber of yours!" Jacob snapped back.
  • tile Now, in the lavatory, immaculate with its white tile and modern appointments, I saw a shelf literally stacked, in this day of paper, with linen towels of the finest quality.
  • vile However, he was completely a vile wretch, and did not feel the value of my forbearance.
  • voile
  • wail
  • wailer
  • wale
  • weill
  • whale
  • while
  • whole
  • wile
  • will
  • wily
  • wylie
  • Jill Dick came after all, and Jill sent me into the parlour to tell him.
  • Joel Now Joel was a year-and-a-half older than I, and no question about it, he was a smart boy.
  • Kyle Only John Kollander in his brass buttons and blue soldier clothes and stuttering Kyle Perry and one or two others of the town's respectability were with the mob that took Grant Adams and his father after the policemen released the father and son at the city limits.
  • Wiley
  • Gail Gail flew out of her chair like a ball from a cannon's mouth.
  • Gayle "The Humble Pettyshon of Jon Dangerous now a prisinner under centense off Deth in His Maggesty's Gayle at Alesbury to his Maggesty Gorge by the grease of God King of Grate Briton Frans and Eyearland Deffender off the Fathe Showeth That yore Petetioner which I am Unfortunate enuff to be mixed up in this business Me and the others wich have suffered was Cast by the Jewry and Justis Blackcapp he ses that as a Warming and Eggsample i am to be Hanged by the Nek till you are Ded and the Lord have Mercy upon his Soul Great Sur your Maggesty the Book ses that wen the wicked man turneth away from his Wickedness wich he have committed and doeth that wich is Lawful and Rite he shall save his Sole alive Therefore deer Great Sur wich a repreive would fall like Thunder upon a Contrite Hart and am most sorrowful under the Black Act wich it is true I took the deere but was led to it Deere Sur wich Mungo and others was repreeved at the Tree and sent to the Plantations but am not twelve yeeres old And have always been a Prottestant Great Sur i shall be happy to serve his Maggesty by see or land and if the Grannydeere he had not Vexed me but had no other way being in a Korner and all Fiting and so i up with the demmyjon which i hoap he is better And your Petishioner will ever pray your Maggesty's loving Subject and Servant
  • Julie Of course I know Julie .
  • Gil Juan Gil had already worked on the old Segovian Cathedral, but had achieved his great fame on the new Cathedral of Salamanca, started ten years previously, whose walls were rising with astounding rapidity.
  • Kiel The Storthing was of opinion that, as Norway had never accepted the treaty of Kiel , it could not be bound by any of its stipulations.
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  • JUL Jul. Whence grows this boldness, sir? did I ask you To be my champion?

11 words made from the letters WJILE

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