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Correct spelling for CHESLSEA
We think the word cheslsea 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 cheslsea
- Chiseler(Definition of chiseler)
- Chiselled(Definition of Chiselled)
- Chastise(Definition of chastise)
- Cheerless(Definition of cheerless)
- Chassis(Definition of chassis)
- Charles(Definition of charles)
They had flown from their little cells, and were holding court on the storm-waves like fairies on the green.
Reckless and petulant, he resolved to see the world, and without a single confidant, one day quitted the seminary, roamed the streets, and at night made his way into the fields about chelsea, and there slept till morning.
It is, therefore, cruel to scold and chastise them for it.
Remain here, bendel-i insist upon it: there must be some chests of gold still left in the house-take them, they are thine.
The days were cheerless to fanny.
The name might lead to the idea that new precepts were to be given, in the pleasant guise of a novel, as to cream-cheeses, pigs with small bones, wheat sown in drills, or artificial manure.
They leapt chasms like a waterfall taking a precipice.
We had bad horses, and bad chaises; set out from every stage with the curses of the people; and at this expence i saved about ten shillings in the whole journey.
His demeanor had completely changed since he had climbed into the chassis.
In point of fact, this jockey would have been the happiest mortal in the world if such things as steeple-chases had never existed.
According to the law of charles-the volume of a given quantity of gas at constant pressure varies directly as the absolute temperature.