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Correct spelling for CLEARLER

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Possible correct spellings for clearler

  • Cleanly(Definition of cleanly)
  • The rich and worldly wore handsome garments, they would wear rags; those of the world were careful of their personal appearance, they would despise it; those of the world were cleanly, the hermits were filthy; those of the world were decent, and had a care for outward observances, and so hermits had no care for either decency or modesty.

  • Cleanlier
  • Where electric current is available, it can be used to heat an incubator much better and cleanlier than the kerosene lamp.

  • Clear(Definition of clear)
  • I seem to get that clear enough.

  • Caller(Definition of caller)
  • "it's very good of you to see me at this hour," apologized the caller.

  • Clears
  • Greatly horrified at this evidence of total depravity, mrs. jeffrey brushes down her black silk apron and goes back to theo, her more tractable pupil; while maggie, emerging ere long from the stable, clears the fence with one leap of her high-mettled pony, which john, the coachman, had bought at an enormous price, of a traveling circus, on purpose for his young mistress, who complained that grandma's horses were all too lazy and aristocratic in their movements for her.

  • Caroler
  • "ear!" burst out joe, as the german's horse caught its foot in a gopher hole, and stumbled so violently that it almost pitched the caroler over its head.

  • Gruntwork
  • Cleaver(Definition of cleaver)
  • Captain cleaver bent eagerly over towards dickson as he put the question.

  • Clearer(Definition of Clearer)
  • But as they drew near to the farther end of the coppice the path became clearer, and now he walked by her side.

  • Clarke
  • Amongst the prominent theistic advocates relying upon the a priori argument in england are dr. samuel clarke, the rev.

  • Curler(Definition of curler)
  • Andrew bilesky is a canadian curler from new westminster, british columbia.

  • Cleaner(Definition of cleaner)
  • He tried to pick out the little sticks; but he found he could not do that, and at last it occurred to him that probably dorothy had some sand in the house that was cleaner.

  • Clever(Definition of clever)
  • I-i thought i was clever."

  • Clare
  • He walked about, with clare beside him, and talked to many people; then she was stopped by some one whom she knew and he went on alone.

  • Clearly(Definition of clearly)
  • "clearly you have never loved," said don.

  • Cleave(Definition of cleave)
  • The mighty pyramids of stone that wedge-like cleave the desert airs, when nearer seen, and better known, are but gigantic flights of stairs.

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