sillafuswyn, ysbaid, hysbaid, raib, reibiau, rhaib, rheibiau, sbel, sbelen, swynionsillafasem, sillafasent, sillafa’, sillafaf, sillafai, sillafais, sillafaist, sillafan, sillafant, sillafasai, sillafasant, sillafasech, sillefych, sillafa, sillafasid, sillafasit, sillafasoch, sillafasom, sillafaswn, sillafech, sillafed, sillafem, sillafen, sillafent, sillafer, sillafes, sillafest, sillafet, sillafi, sillafiff, sillafith, sillafo, sillafoch, sillafodd, sillafom, sillafon, sillafont, sillafwch, sillafwn, sillafwyd, sillafwyf, sillefais, sillefaist, sillefi, sillefid, sillefir, sillefwch
Noun(1) a psychological state induced by (or as if induced by(2) a time period for working (after which you will be relieved by someone else(3) a period of indeterminate length (usually short(4) a verbal formula believed to have magical force
Verb(1) orally recite the letters of or give the spelling of(2) indicate or signify(3) write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word(4) relieve (someone(5) place under a spell(6) take turns working
(1) He was almost contented when Maura cast a spell on the gates, giving them even more strength.(2) The variable that promised to spell disaster for Iowa farmers was the high seed costs associated with GM crops.(3) My mother died shortly after I became ten, I'm not sure what disease she had acquired, but I think Giselle must have cast a spell on her.(4) I want to get away from racing for a spell(5) Taukat showed his agreement by muttering the words of a spell and conjuring a cloud of acid rain over the unsuspecting targets.(6) a spell is laid on the door to prevent entry(7) While you're at it, try and decipher what the letters spell out.(8) He holds a formidable spell over Esperanza and controls her until she wises up and leaves him to pursue her career.(9) It doesn't happen very much and usually only lasts for a short spell .(10) When things don't go as planned, debt can spell trouble.(11) a spell of greenhouse work(12) In April, 1986, after a short spell managing a pub in Finglas, north Dublin, the Nevins opened Jack White's.(13) the plans would spell disaster for the economy(14) Slow economic times don't have to spell disaster for your business.(15) Klynan cast a spell on the rocks and they turned red and burned.(16) He stood there stupidly, under the spell of that single word.
(1) spell check :: gwiriwr sillafu
1. incantation ::
2. influence ::
3. period ::
4. bout ::
5. patch ::
6. turn ::
7. magic spell ::
8. trance ::
9. signal ::
10. spell out ::
11. write ::
12. import ::
Different Formsaspell, spell, spelled, speller, spellers, spelling, spellings, spells
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