spell

All Noun Verb
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  • He played five games and scored no goals during his month-long spell.
  • I think other teams would be just fine with a spell like that.
  • He returned later in the year for a one year spell with the national side.
  • He scored twelve league goals in his two-seasons spell with the club.
  • This was the beginning of a five-year spell at seven different clubs.
  • This system is used to sound out a word and spell it.
  • He played sixty-nine league games for the club in a three-year spell.
  • He used that platform to spell out his positions on a number of political issues.
  • When she and her friends are in trouble, however, her spells do work.
  • She asked if he could spell it, and he said "not a chance".
  • During his five-year spell at the club as a professional, he made eleven league appearances.
  • He played mainly for the reserve squad during his three-year spell.
  • A spell which shows them who her future partner will be.
  • During his six-year spell at the latter, he led the club from the fourth to the top division.
  • The spell says that only the eyes of true love will reveal her beauty.
  • He was asked and didn't object as long as they spelled it right.
  • Enemy attacks and spells deal more damage if the player has high Risk.
  • They may need extra water during dry spells until established, which can take up to two years.
  • Several other IF tools have also been named after spells from the series.
  • Unlike some role-playing games, there are no magic points needed to cast spells.
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Meaning of spell

  • noun A verbal formula believed to have magical force
    he whispered a spell as he moved his hands, inscribed around its base is a charm in Balinese
  • verb Orally recite the letters of or give the spelling of
    How do you spell this word?" "We had to spell out our names for the police officer
  • verb Indicate or signify
    I'm afraid this spells trouble!
  • verb Write or name the letters that comprise the conventionally accepted form of (a word or part of a word)
    He spelled the word wrong in this letter
  • verb Relieve (someone) from work by taking a turn
    She spelled her husband at the wheel
  • verb Place under a spell
  • verb Take turns working
    the workers spell every four hours