Correct spelling for CLASSARE

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Possible correct spellings for classare

  • Classic(Definition of classic)
  • Before him sat christina light, in a white dress, with her shoulders bare, her magnificent hair twisted into a classic coil, and her head admirably poised.

  • Glassware
  • It is doubtful if there is one of you who has not been supplied, indirectly, with some imported bit of china or glassware, with french opera glasses or cunning toys and dolls, from the great new york and chicago showrooms of that company.

  • Clausal(Definition of clausal)
  • Classes
  • "i shouldn't want the lower classes to get rich," said james, thoughtfully.

  • Class(Definition of class)
  • You're in a class by yourself.

  • Clause(Definition of clause)
  • The n.a.a.c.p. charged that these schools, besides being inferior, were a violation of the "equal-protection" clause of the fourteenth amendment.

  • Glassier
  • Closure(Definition of closure)
  • Willful obstruction is all but unknown, so that there has never been occasion for the adoption of any form of closure.

  • Classier
  • Classed
  • But there is a group of four notable persons who appear to have especial rights to be classed with him, if not in greatness, yet in character of work, and in the influences which played on that work.

  • Clare
  • He saw that while gabrielle lived, a dead misfortune would be ever crouching at the threshold of freeman's home, that whether the woman agreed to be silent or not, the hurt to clare would remain the same.

  • Claire
  • Sainte-claire deville found the essential oil levogyrous, a fact that emphasizes the probability of there being different products in the market bearing the name of elemi.

  • Classy(Definition of classy)
  • Aw, doll, look at this little white one-a classy little white one.

  • Glossary(Definition of glossary)
  • Glossary to mandevile's voyage, 1725. it is a very common form.