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Possible correct spellings for cleregy

  • College(Definition of college)
  • So i entered at new york, where i could drive back and forth from home each day, and finished up the college business.

  • Creak(Definition of creak)
  • And then the creak of a door again.

  • Clergy(Definition of clergy)
  • Hester smiled-not that she was pleased with the way vavasor spoke, for she could not but believe he would in his rubbish include many of her dear people, but that she was amused at his sympathetic tone towards the clergy as generally concerned in the matter.

  • Clearing(Definition of clearing)
  • Whether he was surprised or not no one could have told, for he said not a word, and his face was in the shadow, though vashti's was toward the clearing and the light from the sky was on it.

  • Greg
  • What's this greg writes me?

  • Clearer(Definition of Clearer)
  • "i know how fond he is of this place," she said, rather excitedly; "and as its clearer now, i should not be at all surprised to find him here watching the moon, or the rising of some of the stars."

  • Clerk(Definition of clerk)
  • "let dick walk," broke in the clerk.

  • Biddle
  • Then there is fisk university at nashville, tennessee; talladega college at talladega, alabama; spelman seminary, atlanta university, and atlanta baptist college at atlanta; biddle university in north carolina; claflin university at orangeburg, south carolina; and knoxville college at knoxville, tennessee.

  • Creek(Definition of creek)
  • If it's anything about fish, either in the sage brush or in kingussie creek, no.

  • Cleric(Definition of cleric)
  • I welcome, therefore, the striking answers given to the queries of lord robertson, chairman of the university commission, by dr. o'dwyer, the roman catholic bishop of limerick, who boldly and wisely placed the question before the country in the light in which cleric and layman should alike regard it:- the chairman.

  • Cleared(Definition of cleared)
  • In ten minutes that dining-room was cleared!

  • Coleridge(Definition of coleridge)
  • Here is one from coleridge:- "and winter, slumbering in the open air, wears on his smiling face a dream of spring."

  • Clarke
  • The son, oliver, inherited the estates, and seems to have been on good terms with his father, who, in 1700, came to live at cheshunt under his name of clarke, and made some visits to hursley.

  • Clarity(Definition of clarity)
  • He would then have felt love, but he would always have been of too deadly a clarity for sentiment.

  • Gregg
  • I speak for gregg and sons."

  • Craggy(Definition of craggy)
  • It must have been such a scene as this which tennyson portrayed in his "lotus-eaters:" there is sweet music here that softer falls than petals from blown roses on the grass, or night-dews on still waters between walls of shadowy granite in a gleaming pass; music that gentler on the spirit lies than tired eyelids upon tired eyes, music that brings sweet sleep down from the blissful skies here are cool mosses deep, and through the moss the ivies creep, and in the stream the long-leaved flowers weep, and from the craggy ledge the poppy hangs in sleep.

  • Clare
  • They also elected the three members for burra, and clare.

  • Clark(Definition of clark)
  • Mr. clark cleared his throat.

  • Claire
  • Then abruptly, "where's claire?"

  • Crag(Definition of crag)
  • Thy little girl hath chosen well her part, thou may'st believe, as one about to start for the first time upon the stormy sea, beholding there great flux and jeopardy, returneth to the shore; while those that raise their sails, the wind or some blind crag betrays, and this one dies from hunger, that from cold: scarce one escapes the perils manifold.

  • Creaky(Definition of creaky)
  • Early that afternoon, marthy went staggering up the slope, wheeling jase's body before her on the creaky, home-made wheelbarrow.

  • Glare(Definition of glare)
  • The fact that he could feel thus in such circumstances set the brute in him before her as it had never been set before-in a glare of light.

  • Clara
  • If any harm came to clara i should feel it every bit as much as you, and that you ought to know by this time.

  • Cliquey
  • Clarify(Definition of clarify)
  • Further, take it, in the true kind, so, it makes an antidote, that had you taken the most deadly poisonous plant in all italy, it should expel it and clarify you with as much ease as i speak.

  • Clerics
  • The archbishop in crimson silk, with his train borne by two acolytes, the canons in their purple, the dean in his gold-embroidered robes, and the priests and choristers in their black robes and white surplices richly satisfied it; and if some of the clerics were a little frayed and some of the acolytes were spotted with the droppings of the candles, these were details which one remembered afterward and that did not matter at the time.

  • Glory(Definition of glory)
  • He was completely taken by surprise when he entered the church, for, for the first time since he could remember, he saw an english church in its true glory.

  • Claret(Definition of claret)
  • They did not sit long over their wine, and the count, in spite of what he had said about the claret, did not drink any.

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