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espial

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noun es·pi·al \is-ˈpī(-ə)l\

Definition of espial

  1. 1 :  observation

  2. 2 :  an act of noticing :  discovery



14th Century

First Known Use of espial

14th century

Rhymes with espial

abseil, air mile, bass viol, black bile, Blue Nile, decile, erstwhile, exile, Fair Isle, field trial, gentile, high style, hostile, lifestyle, meanwhile, motile, nail file, New Style, old style, Old Style, on file, profile, redial, reptile, show trial, stockpile, time trial


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