What is the correct spelling for YRELK?

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Correct spellings for YRELK

  • elk When we had finished supper the doctor told me the story of Running Elk .
  • ilk There I found Lady Mowbray, widow of a dead Baron of that ilk ; mother of a son, still a child, and of one daughter, a young woman with many names and twenty-eight years.
  • leak I suppose he doesn't leak news?
  • leek Boil a cupful of rice for twenty minutes; add it to the soup, and taste for seasoning; remove the celery, leek , and mutton bones; pour the soup into a hot tureen, and serve.
  • rack So you rode on the luggage-rack behind the carriage, did you, babuji?
  • real Were you ever in a real row?
  • realm The sculptor acts on the stone; he fashions it; he puts a realm of ideas into it.
  • reek I on a feather bed, with the reek of a low-turned lamp in my nostrils, lay for hours gazing at the patched and dirty wall-paper, and at last fell asleep to dream of a wonderful lady who opened a door in a wall of rock, and led me through it to things which could never be.
  • reel Reel home-grown, low-down, unwashed Whitechapel!
  • relax Mr. Miller attributed it to a too close application to books, and recommended her to relax somewhat in her studies.
  • relay 8, a hint as to an essential difference between the neutral relay , as used in the duplex and as used in the quadruplex, may be given.
  • relic Anna began, but ceased as if the lost relic stood for something incommunicable even to nearest and dearest.
  • rely It was also certain that they could rely on a division in the House of Lords being favorable to them, if they chose to appeal from one House to the other.
  • rick By turning a little Rick could see the traffic on Dewey Boulevard.
  • riel When the half-breeds arose under Riel , and every Indian looked to his rifle and his knife, and when the mutterings that preface the war-cry sounded in every lodge, Father Lacombe made Crowfoot pledge his word that the Indians should not rise.
  • rile "This put me in a rile to hear him cast my losin's in my teeth that way.
  • rilke
  • rill
  • rock
  • role
  • roll
  • rook
  • ruck
  • rule
  • whelk
  • wreak
  • wreck
  • yolk
  • Reg Hal and Reg in the meantime walked to the Palace, and calling Terence in, took the lift to the fifth floor, and went to their room.
  • REC In the early 1950s cocktail shakers enjoyed a brief resurgence as soldiers familiar with them returned and became part of the housing boom featuring "rec rooms" with bars.
  • REL In 1644 the Aberystwyth obverse was used to produce a coin with the reverse showing the Declaration of Oxford: REL PRO LEG AN LIB PA 1644 – The religion of the Protestants, the laws of England, the liberty of Parliament 1644, while around the outside of t
  • REELS The nose of the spirit of the universe, And around the red nose of the spirit of the universe Reels the whole tipsy world.
  • unsacrificing

18 words made from the letters YRELK