Correct spelling for GLACURE

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Possible correct spellings for glacure

  • Claire
  • Claire shook her head.

  • Glare(Definition of glare)
  • The glare of the blaze under the soup-kettle fell full on the speaker's face.

  • Claque(Definition of claque)
  • He is very astute on the business side, has worked his press well, and always maintains a vigilant claque.

  • Glucose(Definition of glucose)
  • Beside this armament the ill-destined armada, von tromp's stubborn squadrons, nelson's walls of oak, or farragut's steam and sail would dissolve like the glucose squadrons that boys buy at christmas time.

  • Galore(Definition of galore)
  • I have been to seances galore, but i cease to trouble now.

  • Clare
  • Lord clare was father to the famous lord clare, whose regiment was the glory of the irish brigade, and who was killed at ramillies in 1706. he was descended from connor o'brian, third earl of thomond.

  • Closure(Definition of closure)
  • Thus, if the pressure be applied equally along the length a b, the weaker end b will close most readily, while at a the support afforded by the unsplit section offers a resistance to closure at the ends a of the split, hence the shaft, even though a working fit to the sleeve bore, will be gripped with least force at the end a. if the shaft were simply a close fit, as, say, just movable by hand on the sleeve bore, the form of the coupling bore would, when compressed upon the shaft, be as shown in fig.

  • Clarke
  • Having arranged an armistice which should last up to the end of the next spring, clarke was to set forth arrangements which might suit the house of hapsburg.

  • Cloture(Definition of cloture)
  • Closure (business), the process by which an organization ceases operations end of business hours, when a business closes for the day closure, also known as cloture, is a motion in parliamentary procedure to bring debate to a quick end

  • Lucre(Definition of lucre)
  • The thirst for lucre became the leading force in the state; for its sake the classes more and more trampled down the masses; and entrance to the classes was a matter no longer of birth, but of money alone.