Correct spelling for CLAME

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Possible correct spellings for clame

  • Climb(Definition of climb)
  • Very slowly we began to climb the hill down which i had come this afternoon.

  • Camel(Definition of camel)
  • I can't mount the camel without assistance, but begin to ride without that sickly sensation, not unlike sea-sickness, which i felt the first day's riding.

  • Astringencies
  • Blame(Definition of blame)
  • "don't blame him for that.

  • Lame(Definition of lame)
  • Calms
  • Flame(Definition of flame)
  • The glamour was around her like rose-colored flame.

  • Clamber(Definition of clamber)
  • It was, therefore, with a feeling akin to superstitious awe that i held down my hand and assisted him to clamber up the steep rocks.

  • Calmer(Definition of Calmer)
  • Glam
  • Clamp(Definition of clamp)
  • The braking effect of the pivot clamp was precisely set to stop the eye-bolt when it was at right angles to the hull.

  • Claimer
  • Clammy(Definition of clammy)
  • Besides this, the sick at sea can never receive assistance from female attendance; for although some may deem it altogether imagination, there is something so soothing to the sick or wounded man in those thousand nameless acts of kindness that none but woman can think of, and none but woman perform, that, after one or two visits from the doctor, the patient feels wonderfully inclined to dispense with his further attendance: nay, when languishing on that bed from which he is doomed never to rise, his pillow is softer when arranged by woman's hand; his parched and clammy lips seem to recover their healthy freshness when woman administers the cooling draught.

  • Clammed
  • Clime(Definition of clime)
  • As my eyes fell upon the face of that startled angel, my impulse was to throw my arms around her, and rush away with her, gray bonnet, shawl and all, to some distant clime where there were no houses of martha, mother anastasias, or anything which could separate my dear love and me; but i crushed down this mad fancy, smothered, as well as i could, my wild emotions, and said, as calmly as possible,- "good morning, sister."

  • Lam(Definition of lam)
  • Lamer
  • Claim(Definition of claim)
  • What claim did you suppose yourself to have on me?"

  • Clam(Definition of clam)
  • The amateur forefather of 1620 must have felt proud yet anxious about the clam-yield also, as each new mouth opened on the prospect.

  • Claimed
  • Cam(Definition of cam)
  • The four-motion feed was actuated in this machine by means of a spring bar and a cam in conjunction with the mandrel.

  • Clem(Definition of Clem)
  • Cameo(Definition of cameo)
  • Captain wybrow, having dismissed his valet at eleven, was soon in a soft slumber, his face looking like a fine cameo in high relief on the slightly indented pillow.

  • Clams
  • Calmed
  • Calm(Definition of calm)
  • She looked into the clear, calm eyes of the boy, and she knew she could trust him.

  • Clamor(Definition of clamor)
  • In the big attic, when we went up to see if all was tight, it filled the place with a multitudinous clamor; on the sides of the house it drove with a fury that re-echoed dimly within doors.

  • Clammier
  • Clare
  • Came(Definition of Came)