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Correct spelling for CLEANCE

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Possible correct spellings for cleance

  • Cleansed
  • The war had not cleansed it of all its vice or of all its corruption, but this burning wind of love for la patrie touched the heart of every man and woman, and inflamed them so that self-interest was almost consumed, and sacrifice for the sake of france became a natural instinct.

  • Cleaned(Definition of cleaned)
  • "now i've cleaned the cupboard, i s'pose i'm bound to tidy up the playthings," said she to herself; "anyhow i'll dust 'em a bit."

  • Gleans
  • A writer who gleans his literary harvest in the fields and woods reaps mainly where he has sown himself.

  • Cleaners
  • In every shop twice as many are employed as the statute allows; the "illegal" are carried on the books as men working on "state account"; that is, as cleaners and clerks, not as producers.

  • Clearance(Definition of clearance)
  • This also serves to keep the clearance equal in amount both top, and bottom, and sideways.

  • Cleanse(Definition of cleanse)
  • Nothing less than a fire or flood would cleanse this street.

  • Cleans
  • Right here is where i cleans out der place!

  • Clean(Definition of clean)
  • You may not understand; we new englanders are said to love money, but we must have it clean.

  • Clans
  • The council-hall was already filled with the lords who had brought their clans to the scottish standard.

  • Clench(Definition of clench)
  • This ended the discourse for the moment, clench again having something to say to his captain in private.

  • Cleanser(Definition of cleanser)
  • Many topical skin products, cleansers, and hand sanitizers should also be avoided to prevent deactivation when chlorhexidine (as a topical by itself or as a residue from a cleanser) is meant to remain on the skin.

  • Lance(Definition of lance)
  • Lance rose and stepped toward the window.

  • Clancy
  • Maybe mrs. clancy would like to wet a grain o' tay for ye.

  • Cleaner(Definition of cleaner)
  • Their teeth are generally whiter and cleaner than are those of their male companions, a condition due largely, probably, to the fact that few of the women smoke.

  • Glance(Definition of glance)
  • Until now i had not given the staircase more than a perfunctory glance.

  • Cleanses
  • The church ritual, by its dramatic contents and movement, peerless in its pathetic, imaginative power, intensifies and cleanses the passions of those who appreciatively celebrate or witness it, and who are naturally attracted together, as, in blended devotional emotions and aims, they cultivate that supernatural art whose infinite interests make all earthly concerns appear dwarfed and pale.

  • Cleanness(Definition of cleanness)
  • They appeared to him slightly under life size, and with a great cleanness of outlines, like figures carved with great precision of detail and highly finished by a skilful hand.

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