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Correct spelling for CULURED

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Possible correct spellings for culured

  • Cleared(Definition of cleared)
  • When the giant came home the first thing he did was to go to the stable; and when he saw it had all been cleared out he said to the prince: "ah, you've been talking to my master-maid.

  • Culled(Definition of Culled)
  • The men were mostly countryfolk, culled, as i could tell by their speech, from the west country, whose only fault, no doubt, was that they had attended some field-preaching.

  • Allured
  • Allured by brilliant colors, birds and other animals seek and devour the fruits of many plants, the seeds of which are preserved from harm by a solid armor; these seeds are then sown broadcast over the land, ready to start new colonies.

  • Lured
  • The delicious weather lured him into the open air; he was feverishly desirous of beginning the work for which he had been preparing for four long years, and to sit quietly gazing abroad over his fields and meadows, at the groups of labourers, among whom he longed to be, was almost intolerable.

  • Claret(Definition of claret)
  • No, ma'am; i will leave you to find some lover of good claret with a longer purse than mine."

  • Colored(Definition of colored)
  • Yet, the rose-colored machine was well driven.

  • Clued
  • Cured(Definition of cured)
  • You seem to have cured sir peter of the bucket habit."

  • Coloured(Definition of coloured)
  • The girl coloured a little.

  • Collared(Definition of Collared)
  • He can no longer scratch the bare earth by day or sleep on the bare earth by night, without being collared by a policeman.

  • Cultured(Definition of cultured)
  • He is thoroughly cultured and full of talent, and his musical gift especially is considerable.

  • Culture(Definition of culture)
  • But it is evident, that till the mind occupy itself upon one or more of these objects, there can be no mental exercise, and, of course, no mental culture.

  • Glared
  • He glared at kenniston.

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