What is the correct spelling for YILL?

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Correct spellings for YILL

  • bill "I wonder," he said, as making an excuse for delay, "what the bill for this little dinner comes to.
  • dill A dyke was cut by the Mechlin citizens to impede his march, and the swollen waters of the Dill, liberated and flowing across the country which he was to traverse, produced such an inundation, that at least a thousand of his followers were drowned.
  • fill Anstey would just clear the till when he thought there was enough in it, or when he wanted to go away anywhere; then it would fill up again as before, with like result.
  • gill You know enough of the world to be aware that every Jack has his Gill.
  • hill The next spring we came on into King's Valley and took up the old place-you know where I showed it you-under the hill."
  • ill "We must not speak ill of our neighbours, Miss Pemberton," answered the dame.
  • mill The mill sank into the ground, and Yvonne trembled with joy as she saw Prince Godfrey coming toward her.
  • pill Given a good barrage, and they are ready to attack his pill-boxes now that we have broken the first evil spell of them.
  • rill A rill, had it conscious life, would never forget the pebble that deflected its course from one ocean to another; human life as it flows onward cannot fail to recognize events, trivial in themselves, which nevertheless gave direction to all the future.
  • sill She was watching intently, when to her astonishment she saw the bird step out on the sill into the sunlight, and the next second it dashed away.
  • till She can stay with me till you know what's going on."
  • will "Will you take me out of here?
  • yell The aggrieved proprietor's voice rose to a perfect yell of fury as he gained the spot and noted the havoc wrought.
  • Jill This morning, though, he woke and realized gloomily that he'd dreamed about Jill Holmes again, which was becoming a habit he ought to break.
  • Y'all