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Correct spelling for CLREAD
We think the word clread 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 clread
- Creed(Definition of creed)
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
- Cleaved(Definition of cleaved)
- Collared(Definition of Collared)
- Gloried(Definition of Gloried)
- Crud(Definition of crud)
- Curled(Definition of curled)
- Cleat(Definition of cleat)
- Already(Definition of already)
- Grad(Definition of grad)
- Claret(Definition of claret)
- Glad(Definition of glad)
- Colorado(Definition of colorado)
- Coloured(Definition of coloured)
- Called(Definition of called)
- Clad(Definition of clad)
- Cried(Definition of Cried)
- Colored(Definition of colored)
- Clod(Definition of clod)
- Create(Definition of create)
- Credo(Definition of credo)
- Culled(Definition of Culled)
- Cured(Definition of cured)
- Cleaned(Definition of cleaned)
Well, mr clare found this out, and spoke quite scornful to the poor girl for days.
By the time agnes had recovered herself, and the table was cleared, miss harold had arrived.
A sharp detonation cleaved the darkening air, and from the rear of the house the answer issued-quavering cries of children, sharp calling of mothers, and the sullen undertone of men. a subdued drumming came from the north now, completing the tossing currents of sound about the house.
Just what his every-day occupation was we are not sure, but as he was admitted a member of the guild of apothecaries we assume that he clerked in a drugstore, and often expressed himself thus: "lady, i am all out of liverwort today, but i have something just as good!"-and he read her a few stanzas from the "vita nuova," which he had just written behind the screen at the prescription-counter.
[illustration: "he's hanging on to the cleat over the main tube!"]
You're ever so much better already.
Add one pint of claret, cook one-half hour longer and serve.
Well are they called may.
Before arriving at it we searched among a lot of pine-clad hills for water without effect, reaching the hill in twenty-two miles.
Of all the girls who felt the most bitter probably clara adams was the one who was chief among them.
An enormous fellow, with a great red face and cropped moustache, occupied my poor father's place; he it was who had replaced our fruitful vineries with his stinking stables; but i am bound to own he looked a genial clod, as he sat in his fat and listened to the young bloods boasting of their prowess, or elaborately explaining their mishaps.
But i cared nothing for that at that instant.
The laborers' nerves were worn raw, their strength was exhausted; but the muskeg must be filled and, while carload after carload of rock and gravel was hurled down, the line crept on.
Cleaned out, and lost my job.