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Correct spelling for CLAERY
We think the word claery 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 claery
- Clergy(Definition of clergy)
- Celery(Definition of celery)
- Clearer(Definition of Clearer)
- Colliery(Definition of colliery)
- Classy(Definition of classy)
- Glare(Definition of glare)
- Carry(Definition of carry)
- Gallery(Definition of gallery)
- Clear(Definition of clear)
- Clammy(Definition of clammy)
- Clearly(Definition of clearly)
- Clerk(Definition of clerk)
- Glory(Definition of glory)
- Clayey(Definition of clayey)
- Clay(Definition of clay)
- Clark(Definition of clark)
- Claret(Definition of claret)
- Larry(Definition of Larry)
- Bleary(Definition of bleary)
Beneath the arch was a screen, formed by a row of columns, under an entablature which bore statues of our lord and the apostles: this crossed the arch at the foot of the steps leading to the altar and seats of the clergy.
Kaltwasser has made the "pears" into "celery," and there is just as good reason for making "parsley" of them.
In another minute he was driving at a fine pace towards his colliery at toft end.
And an orchestra playing in the distance-classy dames all about-a taxi clicking at the door.
She did not dare look at him, lest she should break down, but she allowed him to lead her away from the immediate noise and glare.
Think you can walk, or shall we carry you?"
This was the ladies' gallery of the british house of commons, and a pretty place it is to which to invite ladies.
His course was now clear.
Both they and his face were cold and clammy.
I am going to talk to you for a few minutes this morning, and after i have spoken i wish you to clearly understand that you are to do as i tell you.
I want you should give him a twenty-leary note just as quick as you see him; and oh, isn't the docta comin'?
I will be here in the morning with my clerk."
Glory seemed already within her grasp.
Give back to me my furrows full of mud, give back to me my clayey paths.
Is that sweet image of my hilda nothing but clay?
See, they are going over and whispering to molly clark, and she is getting up and going over there.
After all i have heard of that claret, i am not fool enough to try it myself, i can tell you.
One looked like a prize fighter who had gone to the bad, his drink-inflamed face and bleary eyes advertising the cause of his downfall.