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Possible correct spellings for caple

  • Cpl
  • Buller was a heavy man, and his horse was a light one, and realizing this, cpl.

  • Call(Definition of call)
  • Call it, and they'll tell you something about him, i'm sure."

  • Caplet
  • Vg pocket caplet the vg pocket caplet is a dedicated console created by performance designed products.

  • Carl(Definition of Carl)
  • Did not a young lady run rather a risk in being in carl johann at this time of night?

  • Carpal(Definition of carpal)
  • Between the carpal bones are the intercarpal articulations and the midcarpal joint.

  • Maple(Definition of maple)
  • We had a comfortable house, a maple forest, gardens and stock, and the news came as a severe blow to my poor mother.

  • Apple(Definition of apple)
  • You'll be sure to hit the apple.

  • Camel(Definition of camel)
  • The appearance of a camel caravan in any english community, away from camel countries, is likely to awaken the curiosity of every one; but it is quite a matter of doubt whether we, or the camels caused the greater sensation as we advanced.

  • Capella(Definition of capella)
  • Sparkling in their midst was the light before the town hall, like an eye guarding something and answering to the light before his factory and to the other light before the station, where the world went by. high over all, climbing the east, came capella, and seemed to be standing above the village.

  • Cable(Definition of cable)
  • Important despatches concerning my business await me there; i must consider them and reply by cable to-night without fail.

  • Caper(Definition of caper)
  • Serve with turnips and caper sauce, no. 382, and pour a little of it over the meat.

  • Capo(Definition of capo)
  • About 1860 the fabrication of the imitative capo di monte ware of the 18th century, in coloured mezzo-rilievo, was brought to great perfection, as well as the successful imitation of the maiolica of xanto and maestro giorgio of the 16th century, by the invention and introduction of metallic lustres in the colouring.

  • Capulet
  • So saying he left the room, to bluster about capulet like, to hurry the coming event.

  • Cal(Definition of Cal)
  • Do you remember the night you gave him my old hunting coat, cal, and he went to sleep with it in his arms?

  • Capes
  • Capes and pillars and promontories of shadow there in the distance!

  • Gale(Definition of gale)
  • I now considered myself well to the southward, and determined upon running eastward, that i might gain the african shore; but the gale was too strong to permit me to bring the broadside of my small bark to the wind, and i was compelled to continue my course in a southerly direction.

  • Cole(Definition of cole)
  • Jasper cole passed out into the street and called a passing taxi to the curb.

  • Callie
  • Callie pushed her chair back, and looked out of the window as if she had not heard.

  • Jape(Definition of jape)
  • Shall the youths jeer and jape, "behold his verse doth dote,- leave thou love's lute to scrape, and tune thy wrinkled throat to songs of 'flesh is grass,'"- shall they cry thus and pass?

  • Cali(Definition of cali)
  • Second central american and caribbean championships was awarded to cali, colombia, for august 1969, with havanna, cuba, as the alternate site.

  • Caller(Definition of caller)
  • It was of those days she was thinking as she sat there waiting for the caller, whose generosity had set her free.

  • Cap(Definition of cap)
  • Mcalpin touched his cap.

  • Kale(Definition of kale)
  • Mighty is mayfair's mustard, the cress is hardy and hale; belgravia's housemaids dust hard to keep the dust from the kale; but cox's cashiers look solemn, for their beans (which sell by the sack) would cover the nelson column if they didn't keep pinching them back.

  • Couple(Definition of couple)
  • I remembered her talk with me a couple of days before, and i read her riddle.

  • Chapel(Definition of chapel)
  • Not even a chapel.

  • Caped
  • In 1995, among other diverse characters he has played in his career, baldwin was on joel schumacher's shortlist for batman forever to play the caped crusader; schumachers four diverse choices were daniel day-lewis, ralph fiennes, val kilmer and baldwin.

  • Pale(Definition of pale)
  • Patience turned pale, and thomas groaned.

  • Copley
  • When peter pelham came to boston about 1725 and started as a portrait engraver, and married the widow copley with her thriving tobacco shop, he engraved and published many likenesses of authors and ministers, some of which were bound with their books, others sold singly by subscription.

  • Cope(Definition of cope)
  • It was a great source of anxiety for addie; and, if the boys had not all been so fond of him, the anxiety would have been greater than he could cope with.

  • Capable(Definition of capable)
  • Ten'a-ble, capable of being held.

  • Carpel(Definition of carpel)
  • In some capsules, the split occurs between carpels, and in others each carpel splits open.

  • Capsule(Definition of capsule)
  • In 120 seconds, you will hear the first capsule burst.

  • Capet(Definition of capet)
  • "capet!" the name-intended as an insult, but actually merely irrelevant-whereby the uncrowned little king of france was designated by the revolutionary party.

  • Gape(Definition of gape)
  • They attained a length of ten to eighteen feet, with a gape, in the large species called titanichthys, of four feet, and such a fish might well be capable of devouring anything known to have lived at that early date.

  • Capek
  • Clapton was backed by red mckelvie (guitar, ex-the flying circus), kenny kitching (pedal steel), john capek (piano, ex-carson) and john bois (bass guitar) and tony bolton (drums), both from country radio (see greg quill).

  • Cape(Definition of cape)
  • 124. the cape of good hope.

  • Lapel(Definition of lapel)
  • In the top edge of his coat lapel, he wore a small black pin with a glass head.

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