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Correct spelling for CARACHTER

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Possible correct spellings for carachter

  • Cachet
  • Since then many composers have treated oriental subjects, and have endeavoured to invest their music with the peculiar "cachet" associated with the east.

  • Carat
  • Superscript is represented by a carat symbol (^) preceding the superscripted characters.

  • Crate
  • He went to the truck again, and from his own crate of supplies he produced rope and two galvanized steel buckets.

  • Crater
  • The crater floor is remarkably convex, culminating in a central group of hills intersected by a deep cleft.

  • Creche
  • A great, mile-square blind cube topping a ragged mountain; bare escarpments falling away to a turbulent sea. for five centuries the creche had stood so, and the androids had come forth in an unending stream to labor for man, the master....

  • Crochet
  • Mademoiselle schult, getting impatient, began to roll up yards and yards of crochet, and coughed, by way of a signal, but remembering how disagreeable it would have been to herself to be interrupted in a tete-a- tete with her apothecary, she thought it not worth while to disturb them in these last moments.

  • Crotchet
  • Mr. mac crotchet had derived from his mother the instinct, and from his father the rational principle, of enriching himself at the expense of the rest of mankind, by all the recognised modes of accumulation on the windy side of the law.

  • Crotchety
  • "no. i thought mike the angel was about sixty years old, a crotchety old genius behind a desk, as eccentric as a comet's orbit, and wealthier than croesus.

  • Curate
  • John keble, who had spent a short time there as curate in 1826. it was actually accepted, when the death of a sister made his presence necessary to his aged father at fairford in gloucestershire; and for two years, during which the publication of the christian year took place, he remained in charge of a small parish adjacent to his home.

  • Grater
  • Karate
  • Parachute
  • Crashed
  • Then an arm encircled his neck and a clenched fist crashed against the back of his head.

  • Cached
  • As we can't transport stores enough for the whole march, provisions will have to be cached for use on our return.

  • Crochets
  • The man lying on the crochets seemed to be in the prime of life; he was of medium height, but the breadth of his shoulders and the size of the muscles in his sinewy limbs pointed him out as a man with whom it would be dangerous to quarrel.

  • Richter
  • Giving Ship
  • Giving Shot
  • Giving Shot Arm
  • Giving Shot In Arm