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Correct spelling for CELLARETTE
We think the word cellarette is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for cellarette
- Claret(Definition of claret)
- Celebrate(Definition of celebrate)
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
- Cigarette(Definition of cigarette)
- Collared(Definition of Collared)
- Celerity(Definition of celerity)
- Cellulite(Definition of cellulite)
- Laureate(Definition of laureate)
Celeste was by this time twelve years of age, and she promised to be pretty.
Her dwelling, a fortress rather than a villa, is a burrow about nine inches deep and as wide as the neck of a claret-bottle.
Officer," he continued, addressing the startled messenger, "are there no ceremonies to celebrate my entry into the city?"
The next instant her eyes cleared and she smiled.
Blake shorland put a cigarette between his lips and lighted it.
As luck would have it, the cases that i personally had collared were the empty ones; the two prizes had fallen to you.
Propelled by a single paddle, the frail boat sped onward with great celerity, and its prow, in a few moments, grated lightly against the shingle at the feet of the hunters, and their leader stepped forth.
"i think a good deal of him-i think a good deal of you, so does the missus, so does little loretta-she's always asking about you, the child is-and i hear and see a good deal here that other people don't get next to-they can't.
His first rise was his acquaintance with metastasio, the poet laureate of the court.