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Correct spelling for CALD

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Possible correct spellings for cald

  • Bald
  • There was a bald spot the size of a quarter on the point of his chin.

  • Cad
  • Painfully alive to the slightest insult, 'lena reddened, while anna said, "never mind-that's just like cad, but nobody cares for her."

  • Calf
  • 12mo, $1.25; half calf, $3.00; paper, 50 cents.

  • Cali
  • [a] the character of cali, in irene, is a masterly sketch of the old and practised dissembler of a despotic court,-ed.

  • Calk
  • Before the influx the cyclone fence company and the calk mill company were said to have sworn never to employ negro labor.

  • Call
  • Opechanchanough paused at the opening of the lodge and ordered: "when i call out then bring ye in pocahontas, and we shall see what powhatan thinks of a squaw child that shoots at warriors."

  • Calm
  • Mateo was always quick and very calm.

  • Card
  • If it wasn't for papa, julius bradshaw would simply be said not-at-home to, and have to leave a card and go.

  • Clad
  • His appearance was familiar to most people, he was aware, but he had entered unostentatiously among a group of black-clad women, and had thought himself unrecognised.

  • Cold
  • And long weeks-months-went by in my wanderings, mostly in open downland country, too often under gloomy skies, chilled by cold winds and wetted by cold rains.

  • Scald
  • Scald half the cream and the sugar; when cold, add the remaining cream and the vanilla, and freeze.

  • Cal
  • "my dear cal, pray don't get on one of your interminable liquid talks.

  • Wald
  • We may rank among historical evidences on this point, if not technically among historical records, old geographical names and terminations etymologically indicating forest or grove, which are so common in many parts of the eastern continent now entirely stripped of woods-such as, in southern europe, breuil, broglio, brolio, brolo; in northern, bruhl, and the endings -dean, -den, -don, -ham, -holt, -horst, -hurst, -lund, -shaw, -shot, -skog, -skov, -wald, -weald, -wold, -wood.

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