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Possible correct spellings for colures

  • Collars
  • The ties, the pocket-handkerchiefs and the collars are all safe in the gladstone bag.

  • Colourless(Definition of colourless)
  • Glories
  • Gores
  • Cures
  • Clare
  • Her present condition was precisely one which would have enlisted the sympathies of old mr and mrs clare.

  • Colludes
  • Cultures
  • Curls
  • Colourize
  • Cols
  • Coolers
  • Corers
  • Cloves
  • It was as light as thistle-down, and smelt like cloves.

  • Coloreds
  • Calories
  • The rate of thermal evolution was such that it appeared that one gramme of pure radium must emit about 100 gramme-calories of heat in an hour.

  • Clarets
  • After leaving huddersfield, arfield went on trial with burnley and scored in the 3–0 win over cork city on 15 july 2013, before signing a two-year deal 4 days later with the clarets.

  • Lyres
  • Colorize
  • Grouchinesses
  • Closes
  • Now over the lip of the window sill, a rustle of silks, the lattice closes, no one has heard, the night is still, save unblossomed buds of the startled roses.

  • Coleus(Definition of coleus)
  • Coleus caninus = plectranthus caninus coleus edulis = plectranthus edulis coleus esculentus = plectranthus esculentus coleus forskohlii = plectranthus barbatus coleus rotundifolius = plectranthus rotundifolius

  • Fence-Straddling
  • Clouds
  • Later on the higher clouds will turn deep red, whilst brighter and brighter will glow the moon.

  • Colors
  • Colorizes
  • Colored(Definition of colored)
  • Allures
  • The plea that the music as now commonly heard in our churches allures protestants, and thus brings them within sight and hearing of catholic truth, has been already well answered in our quotation from mr. nary.

  • Collies
  • He learned still more of human nature-all of which was wholly natural and has occurred to hundreds of house-bred collies.

  • Coheres
  • A self-adhering bandage or cohesive bandage is a type of bandage or wrap that coheres to itself, but does not adhere well to other surfaces.

  • Coolies
  • Glares
  • Clones
  • Among these outlanders were dyck calhoun and michael clones.

  • Coulees
  • Colliers
  • In sixty years 60,000 colliers have been accidentally killed.

  • Cares
  • Speed's senseless words rang in my ears-"she cares for you!"

  • Lures
  • Cowries(Definition of Cowries)
  • Dolores
  • Collieries
  • While mine disasters are numerous-over two thousand men being killed every year in united states collieries alone-such an accident as this one had rarely happened before.

  • Closure(Definition of closure)
  • Thus is the closure made, which is the foundation of our happiness.

  • Clovers
  • On the other hand, many farmers when sowing down to grass like to have a good bulk of forage for the first year or two, and therefore include several of the clovers, lucerne, italian ryegrass, evergreen ryegrass, &c., knowing that these will die out in the course of years and leave the ground to the more permanent species.

  • Colas
  • Howard, t coke pops top on new colas usa today.

  • Colours
  • Clues
  • Give him a chair and a copy of the sunday at home, and watch the clues as they peep out of his pockets.

  • Couriers
  • Gumper
  • Flores
  • Callers
  • On tuesday afternoons-tuesday being mrs. pontellier's reception day-there was a constant stream of callers-women who came in carriages or in the street cars, or walked when the air was soft and distance permitted.

  • Curies
  • Coloured(Definition of coloured)
  • Closures
  • It found that because of the clinic closures caused by the law, women became confused about where to obtain abortion services.

  • Colourist
  • Glues
  • Cores
  • Joules
  • Coulis
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