The search engine Jelly uses, from atomz.com,
will find pages containing words close to those you are looking for. It is
forgiving of misspellings, and will find related words (like "snowy" if you
search for "snow"). But it sometimes finds more pages than you might like.
To get precise results from a search, try the following.
Put phrases in quotes
To find words which must appear in a certain order, put them in quotation marks.
For example, searching for
Use plus (+) for required words
"our queer old dean"
will find that exact phrase, but searching for
our queer old dean
will find pages that contains any of these four words in any order or location.
If a word or phrase must be included on the found page, put a plus sign directly in front of it (no spaces). For example, searching for
Capitalize proper nouns
will only find pages that contain both words, but searching for
will also find pages that contain either word.
Lowercase words will match any case. If you use uppercase letters anywhere in the word, only exact matches will be found. So,
matches dylan, Dylan, DYLAN and DylAn but
matches only Dylan.