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Correct spelling for CLARIETY
We think the word clariety 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 clariety
- Claret(Definition of claret)
- Lariat(Definition of lariat)
- Clarify(Definition of clarify)
- Clarity(Definition of clarity)
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
- Caret(Definition of caret)
- Clarinet(Definition of clarinet)
The rector's refreshments in the adjoining dining-room only went to the length of sponge-cake and weak claret-cup.
Alison baker may refer to: alison baker (racewalker) (born 1964), canadian racewalker alison baker (writer) (born 1953), american short story writer alison baker (tennis) in 1949 australian championships – womens singles alison baker (soccer) for cary lady clarets ally baker (born 1986), american tennis player
Clarice leroux was tremendously impulsive, and she had taken an immediate and strong liking to bellairs.
Claire cried in dismay: "you're not going to have another of those attacks?
"to restore-" "perhaps we can clarify what it's really intended to restore, mori- san," i interrupted again.
His dark expressionless eyes met bryce's, and bryce felt the impact of them, and realized for the first time that there was the same slight bitter off-hand smile on his own lips, and inwardly the quiet ironical mood with the still clarity of a deep pool.
Lapierre cleared his throat sharply-coughed-cleared it again.
Caret, the spacing symbol ^ or ‸ circumflex, the diacritic ˆ in â, ê, î, ô, û.
The trumpet is the instrument most frequently doubled: trumpet + cl., trumpet + ob., trumpet + fl., as well as trumpet + cl. + ob. + fl.; the horn, less often: horn + cl., horn + fag. trombones and tuba may also be doubled: trombone + fag., tuba + fag. combining the eng. horn, bass clarinet and double bassoon with the brass, in corresponding registers, presents the same characteristics.
John clare therefore attended a dame-school until he was seven; thence, he is believed to have gone to a day-school, where he made progress enough to receive on leaving the warm praise of the schoolmaster, and the advice to continue at a nightschool-which he did.