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Correct spellings for YELLES

  • sellers
  • welles Welles: If he does I shall support him.
  • wells These silent men, Who only look and listen, are like wells That have no water in them, deep and empty.
  • yell De Spain could not make them out distinctly, but he knew Lefever's yell, and pointed.
  • yelled He would have yelled with joy if he hadn't been so tired and sleepy, for there, not a dozen yards away along the bank was the boat-house.
  • yellow They looked unusually yellow and bright.
  • Bellies There were such people in the latter days of ancient Rome; there were such also in that of Eastern Rome upon the Bosphorus; rich and thriving people, with large mouths and copious bellies, wanting merely the salt of life.
  • Jellies By the time I was able with his assistance to go upon deck again he was bringing me nutritive wines and jellies without being told, and so attentive did he remain that I overheard a fellow-passenger address him as Florence Nightingale.
  • Yellows Fungi of exquisite yellows and browns were popping up all about the wood.
  • Ellis "Mrs. Ellis is my housekeeper here," he explained to Foyle.
  • Cells How the cells were made.
  • tellers I had not yet taken it when I last questioned the fortune-tellers of the sky.
  • tells He holds the knife in his hand and while pointing in different directions with it, he tells of a war deed.
  • bells And I made the Sign for Silence; so that the men moved not in all the Tower; but bowed over their breathing-bells, that all disturbance might cease.
  • sells Then she spoke: 'You are not yourself, Teule, and I should be base indeed if I made so solemn a compact with one who does not know what he sells.
  • ells
  • yelps Scarcely had the sun set than we again heard that ominous howl, followed by sharp yelps.
  • yells
  • jells
  • yawls
  • yeses
  • yowls
  • yules
  • tellies
  • dells
  • fells
  • abusivenesses
  • ailings
  • candy-coated
  • homesteaded
  • hopefulnesses