Correct spelling for GRECKO

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Possible correct spellings for grecko

  • Creak(Definition of creak)
  • Yet when a sound did come-when the wind swept over the fir-trees, and made the branches which hung over the caravan creak and sway to and fro-rosalie trembled with fear.

  • Grok
  • Creek(Definition of creek)
  • We directly procured a mule to convey our baggage to the shore, and descended by a very rough path to a creek where the boat lay to.

  • Greeks
  • Greeks never understand rome.

  • Crick(Definition of crick)
  • Audacious as the scheme was, both were anxious for the honour; but after discussing the point for some time, mellor gave way to crick.

  • Wreck(Definition of wreck)
  • She will be a mother to you, and you will soon forget all about the wreck and the things which have frightened you."

  • Greek(Definition of greek)
  • I think father spoilt her by teaching her greek and poetry and such things.

  • Rec
  • Crack(Definition of crack)
  • My head is very small to touch, i feel it all from front to back, an eared round that weighs not much, eyes, nose-holes, and a pulpy crack: oh, how small, how small it is! how could countries be in this?

  • Recook
  • Greg
  • And now, greg, referring to the state of your cellar, our young friends here mean to float with us to-night.

  • Creaky(Definition of creaky)
  • She ran to the elevator, punched the bell, heard the car begin its creaky, protesting ascent.

  • Crock(Definition of crock)
  • The deep crock held cream.

  • Gregg
  • They waited there till dr. gregg came along.

  • Gecko(Definition of gecko)
  • So i procured a small gecko, one of those grey house lizards, with pellets at the ends of their toes, which come down from the roof after the lamps are lit and gorge themselves on the foolish moths and plant bugs that come to the light.