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Correct spelling for COLLOILD

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Possible correct spellings for colloild

  • Cloud
  • While you are to serve scotland under a cloud, so will i. at the moment bruce is proclaimed king of scotland, wallace shall be declared its bravest friend.

  • Coalfield
  • What effect over-papered, under-paid officialdom can have on the productiveness of a coalfield is shown in the following annual percentages of total production:

  • Coiled
  • He was rushing impetuously forward upon the coiled serpent.

  • Collard
  • The wisest of the statesmen who saw the evil days, royer collard, affirmed long after that all parties in the revolution were honest, except the royalists.

  • Collide
  • Foul, to. to entangle, to collide.

    When the colors all collide All inside I can barely hide...

    – The Only One by Darren Hayes
  • Colloid
  • In this section its colloid nature and behaviour will chiefly be considered, for these points have greatest importance from the standpoint of industrial chemistry.

  • Colloidal
  • Hence, the surface layers in any colloidal system carry its electric charges in highest concentration, and all of the chemical changes which are stimulated by electrical phenomena are most strongly influenced at the surface boundaries between the different phases of the system.

  • Collude
  • Colored
  • Cooled
  • Jollily
  • Collared
  • They've collared most of the ringleaders; but by the sound of it they're beating the shrubberies for the stray birds .

  • Collated
  • The large amount of valuable statistical information which is collated and presented in the memorial will greatly facilitate the mature consideration of the subject, which i respectfully ask for it at your hands.

  • Colluded
  • Collided
  • At a corner unexpectedly she collided with some one going hastily.

  • Jollied