Correct spelling for CERCCLY
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Possible correct spellings for cerccly
- cereal Mother was putting Buddy to bed and Father was starting the breakfast cereal cooking on the stove.
- circle But there it was called only, The Circle.
- circular Our old ship crept slowly in through the ring of warships, took a circular turn just as we were passing through the line-apparently we were in too great a hurry-then we straightened our course and passed close past our covering ship, "Queen Elizabeth," the finest ship in the whole Navy, and which had been detailed to look after us.
- curly "I hate having mine touched by anyone," said I. "Well, perhaps I should hate it too, if mine were curly and about six inches thick, and came down to my knees; I should be afraid of being pulled to pieces.
- cycle All the same here he was, walking his motor cycle up the field road leading to Great End Farm, and looking eagerly about him.
- scaly His body was covered with scales like any other scaly fish; indeed, except that he walked erect like a human being, and had two legs, and two arms, and that his eyes were not placed as the eyes of fish are, he might well have been taken for a fish of a kind not before known.
- scarcely He scarcely knew what he would say, or do.
- sickly But as Mat's eyes fell on the boy's worn, sickly face his manner changed.
- Cecil 179. Wray, Sir Cecil, opponent of Fox at Westminster, iii.
- Carly "Well," Carly declared with a grin, "my ending couldn't be happier."
- Cecily We used to wade through the long, thin sheets and saw how much more satisfactory it would be when Cecily could write to us herself.
- Cecile "My werry, werry best," said Cecile earnestly.
24 words made from the letters cerccly
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