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Correct spelling for COLLET

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Possible correct spellings for collet

  • Collect(Definition of collect)
  • "i was going to tell you," said billy, "to cut out hoping to collect any wages and to avoid every kind of soup."

  • Closet(Definition of closet)
  • She was in her own room, rummaging on the upper shelf of the closet for a certain hat.

  • Cult(Definition of cult)
  • Collie(Definition of collie)
  • Collie, you didn't-you haven't-promised to marry him-again!

  • Colbert
  • It was the labour of the able colbert to organise this factory.

  • Coulter(Definition of coulter)
  • Collude(Definition of collude)
  • Cleat(Definition of cleat)
  • When rob had made the motorboat fast to a cleat on the dock, he joined his chum, and the two of them advanced toward the spot where hiram awaited their coming, his face still betraying the great excitement under which he seemed to be laboring.

  • Colder
  • I asked of hilda, about half-past ten that night; "the air is so much colder here than you have been feeling it of late, that i'm afraid of your chilling yourself."

  • Collier(Definition of collier)
  • I did not go to this entertainment immediately after dinner, and when i arrived i found the usual gang, ward, dennison and collier, and one other man who turned out to be bunny langham.

  • Colette
  • "i thought you wan't goin' to speak to me," said amarilly, as she stepped into the brougham and took the seat beside colette.

  • Clot(Definition of clot)
  • 4. place a clot from one of the tumblers in experiment 3 in a large vessel of water.

  • Collate(Definition of collate)
  • It is easy to see how his own contributions of word and phrase might slip in, since his avowed method was to collate the different texts secured from manuscripts or recitation or both, and so to give what to his mind was the worthiest version.

  • Cooled(Definition of cooled)
  • Collide(Definition of collide)
  • Hoopdriver felt a mad impulse to collide with this abominable machine as it passed him. his only consolation was to notice that its riders, riding violently, were quite as dishevelled as himself and smothered in sandy white dust.

  • Kneadings
  • Collator(Definition of Collator)
  • Cladopelma collator (townes, 1945) cladopelma costum yan et al.

  • Colt(Definition of colt)
  • Couplet(Definition of couplet)
  • Cole(Definition of cole)
  • King cole: "a forced thing finds a vent," my father said; and yet a quickening tells me that your son is not far from you now; for i am one who feels these things, like comfort in the heart.

  • Jolt(Definition of jolt)
  • Coolest
  • Coll
  • Sketch of columbia coll.

  • Cold(Definition of cold)
  • It was a good story, but the room was very cold, and even the pleasure of snubbing an intrusive young man did not make amends for the lack of warmth.

  • Culled(Definition of Culled)
  • Coiled
  • She had drawn it back from her face and coiled it tightly behind, as though her own appearance had ceased to interest her, and the sunken eyes and a certain sharp look about the cheekbones made her seem at least ten years older.

  • Clout(Definition of clout)
  • Well, i ha' farmed for fifty year, cried honest roger clout, yet never have i seen the mate to yonder little maid, nor heard the like o' such a tale!

  • Gullet(Definition of gullet)
  • Coaled
  • Ten ships of war were coaled, each vessel taking enough coal to enable it to steam back to torbay, 1800 m. away.

  • Coley
  • "i say, john, what you got for dinner, eh?" asked coley, changing his tactics.

  • Called(Definition of called)
  • He called again; but still there was no reply.

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