Correct spelling for CALOUS

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Possible correct spellings for calous

  • Colors
  • What are your colors?"

  • Carlos
  • Carlos, your brain is dull to-day.

  • Calais
  • "i waited at the pier till the packet was about two miles off, and then walked away from the crowd of people who were bothering me with advice how to proceed, so that i might join my mistress at calais.

  • Calls
  • That's what he calls 'em.

  • Callous(Definition of callous)
  • There had been broken glasses, and confusion, and callous ruin of things that were priceless, and cards strewn over the floor-and-and somehow she had not been able to keep her eyes from being wet all the time she had been cleaning up the room.

  • Claws
  • Well, i'm not going to pay for claws that are not on me.

  • Clause(Definition of clause)
  • But the first clause was even more strenuously resisted, on grounds which its opponents affirmed to rest on the fundamental principles of the constitution.

  • Coals
  • She dropped down by the coals, her face in her hands.

  • Class(Definition of class)
  • The first-class hotels charge from 10 to 25 frs.

  • Clues
  • "if you had killed mr. armstrong, you would have left no clues.

  • Cols
  • Klaus
  • Jealous(Definition of jealous)
  • Colas
  • La mere colas used to give us our meals and send us out to play in the fields.

  • Callas
  • The flowers were put out of her sight; but phillida's mind had fastened itself on those other callas whose mute appeal for charley millard, at the crisis of her history, had so deeply moved her, though her perverse conscience would not let her respond to it.

  • Cools
  • Clouds
  • At last they went high up into the clouds and disappeared.

  • Galois
  • Coleus(Definition of coleus)
  • ==coleus== should be finally shifted into 48-sized pots.

  • Close(Definition of close)
  • He went close to the glass and looked at himself in dismay.

  • Claus
  • "didn't he look just like the pictures of santa claus-white beard and white eyebrows?

  • Colours
  • All the flowers were modelled in the first instance from white wax, and the beautiful colours are all produced by painting.

  • Callus(Definition of callus)
  • Musculo-spiral paralysis from implication in, or pressure from, callus in cases of fracture of the humerus was very frequent.