How Do You Spell Aisle?

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The word aisle is often confused with Isle. If you are looking for the meaning of a small island then the word you are looking for is isle but if you are looking for the word to describe a division between seats or goods or division in church then the word you need is aisle.
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That is the correct spelling of "aisle" as a path in a store or a church. The homophones (sound-alike words) are isle, meaning island, and I'll, the contraction for. I will
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Ask.com Answer for: how do you spell aisle
The conventional spelling is aisle.
aisle
[ahyl]
NOUN
1.
a walkway between or along sections of seats in a theater, classroom, or the like.
IDIOMS
2.
in the aisles (of an audience) convulsed with laughter.
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The homonym for aisle (a small passage) is Isle (a small island) or I'll (an abbreviation for 'I will'). Homonyms are words that have different spellings but the ...
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