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Correct spelling for COLARED
We think the word colared 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 colared
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
- Collared(Definition of Collared)
- Claret(Definition of claret)
- Collard(Definition of collard)
- Coloured(Definition of coloured)
- Colored(Definition of colored)
So i cleared out.
One night, when rambling about alone, he knocked down a man who was beating a pretty young mexican woman, then collared and carried him off to the calaboose.
Apples are to be pared, quartered and cored, and put into a stewpan, with as much water as will cover them.
At malta parties were allowed ashore while the ship coaled.
But the claret bottle that should be in front of him is not there: she reaches over and hands it to him.
All those blue-cloaked orphans, two and two, an endless procession, were advancing toward him.
They sniffed scornfully at the small station with its stuffy waiting-rooms, one for coloreds and one, whites, and looked at the great mountains that closed them in with distrust and scorn.
It is just like her to take pity on one who is not cared for."
I reckon jeb collard n' all his summer folks will go up on th' hay-rig from west baxter.
Oakes looked down at tommy, and tommy glared up at oakes.
My dear dick, you look at old denville through rose-coloured glasses.
She colored, looked down, and her face turned rather white.
Sure to be better, if he marries clare.