8-letter words that end in ll

  • act call — Also called act warning. a call or order from the stage manager summoning performers onstage for the beginning of a performance or act.
  • afterall — Misspelling of after all.
  • air ball — a shot that misses the basket, basket rim, and backboard
  • air bell — Glassmaking. an air bubble formed in glass during blowing and often retained as a decorative element.
  • air cell — Anatomy, Zoology, Botany. a cavity or receptacle containing air.
  • air well — an open shaft passing through the floors of a building for ventilation
  • ant hill — a mound of soil, leaves, etc, near the entrance of an ants' nest, carried and deposited there by the ants while constructing the nest
  • antehall — a room or hall serving as a waiting room and entrance to a larger hall.
  • antiroll — designed to prevent a vehicle from tilting
  • apparell — Obsolete form of apparel.
  • ash fall — a rain of airborne ash resulting from a volcanic eruption.
  • autofill — (computing) Any software feature that fills in (fields of a form, cells of a spreadsheet, etc.) automatically.
  • babydoll — a short sleeveless nightgown or dress with a loose skirt
  • backfall — a fall or throw onto the back
  • backfill — to refill an excavated trench, esp (in archaeology) at the end of an investigation
  • bakewell — Robert. 1725–95, English agriculturist; radically improved livestock breeding, esp of cattle and sheep
  • balefull — Archaic form of baleful.
  • bankroll — To bankroll a person, organization, or project means to provide the financial resources that they need.
  • baseball — In America, baseball is a game played by two teams of nine players. Each player from one team hits a ball with a bat and then tries to run around three bases and get to the home base before the other team can get the ball back.
  • bashfull — Archaic form of bashful.
  • beadroll — a list of persons for whom prayers are to be offered
  • beanball — a ball pitched with the intention of hitting the batsman
  • beat all — to strike violently or forcefully and repeatedly.
  • becknellWilliam, c1790–1865, U.S. frontier trader: opened Santa Fe Trail 1822.
  • bed-roll — bedding that rolls up for portability and is used especially for sleeping out-of-doors.
  • beerhall — a large pub specializing in beer
  • beerpull — the handle of a beer pump.
  • bellpull — a handle or rope that is pulled to ring a bell
  • bergfall — an avalanche
  • bethrall — to make a slave of
  • birdcall — the characteristic call or song of a bird
  • blogroll — a list of blogs
  • blowball — the seed head of a dandelion
  • blueball — a European herb
  • bluebell — Bluebells are plants that have blue bell-shaped flowers on thin upright stems. Bluebells flower in the spring.
  • bluebill — any of various American ducks with bluish bills; esp., the scaup
  • bluegill — a common North American freshwater sunfish, Lepomis macrochirus: an important food and game fish
  • boatbill — a nocturnal tropical American wading bird, Cochlearius cochlearius, similar to the night herons but with a broad flattened bill: family Ardeidae, order Ciconiiformes
  • bog roll — a toilet roll; toilet paper
  • bothwell — Earl of, title of James Hepburn. 1535–78, Scottish nobleman; third husband of Mary Queen of Scots. He is generally considered to have instigated the murder of Darnley (1567)
  • box sill — a sill for a building frame, composed of a plate resting on the basement wall and a joist or header at the outer edge of the plate, as well as a soleplate for the studs resting either directly on the joists or on the rough flooring.
  • bramwell — a male given name.
  • brummell — George Bryan, called Beau Brummell. 1778–1840, English dandy: leader of fashion in the Regency period
  • bundwall — a concrete or earth wall surrounding a storage tank containing crude oil or its refined product, designed to hold the contents of the tank in the event of a rupture or leak
  • bungwall — an Australian fern, Blechnum indicum, having an edible rhizome
  • bushnellDavid, 1742?–1824, U.S. inventor: pioneered in submarine construction.
  • buzzkill — someone or something that stops people from enjoying themselves
  • c-scroll — an ornamental motif in the shape of a C , used chiefly on furniture.
  • caldwell — Erskine (ˈɜːskɪn). 1903–87, US novelist whose works include Tobacco Road (1933)
  • campbell — Sir Colin, Baron Clyde. 1792–1863, British field marshal who relieved Lucknow for the second time (1857) and commanded in Oudh, suppressing the Indian Mutiny

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