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Possible correct spellings for cheak

  • beak The walls were whitewashed, and at one end was an eagle holding in his beak a coiled serpent, tearing it also with his claws.
  • chad "Not keep people all night," thought Chad with wonder.
  • chalk That cursed piece of chalk fell from the cliff as I fired, and spoiled my aim.
  • chap I'll see that you don't get into trouble on our account, but I do want to catch this chap, and make him take us out of here."
  • char If it were to be set down here that within a certain space of time Standish did not care one continental objurgation whether Tina was a princess or a char-woman, the statement would simply not be believed, because we all know that Englishmen are a cold, calculating race of men, with long side whiskers and a veil round their hats when they travel.
  • chat The old lady once in a while would come to my room and chat on many things.
  • cheap 14,861. Are his things as good and cheap as Mr. Leask's?
  • cheat Not unless somebody who has worked hard gives it to them, or unless they cheat for it, Jim.
  • check On the right they had great anxiety because of the check to the troops below them.
  • checker Shall we have checker-boards in heaven?
  • cheek He fell to dreaming with his cheek against her hair.
  • cheeky He was a fugitive; these cheeky rascals had his fate in their hands; he was not in a position to reply to their effrontery as his wild desire urged.
  • cheer "He's always talking like that now," said Mrs. Silk, not without a certain pride in her tones; "that's why I asked you in to cheer 'im up."
  • chef The young fellow followed satirically at his mother's elbow, and made a mock of her pride in it, trying to catch Westover's eye when she led him through the kitchen with its immense range, and introduced him to a new chef, who wiped his hand on his white apron to offer it to Westover.
  • cheque He busied himself with his pen, shook it savagely, opened his cheque-book.
  • chew In Concan they chew the green fruit for toothache and to harden relaxed gums.
  • chewy boiling each bagel in water that may contain additives such as lye, baking soda, barley malt syrup, or honey baking at between 175 °C and 315 °C (about 350–600 °F) This production method gives bagels their distinctive taste, chewy texture, and shiny appearance.
  • chic
  • chick
  • choc
  • chock
  • choke
  • chuck
  • chug
  • chukka
  • chunk
  • creak
  • heck
  • leak
  • peak
  • shack
  • shake
  • shaky
  • shark
  • shear
  • sheik
  • teak
  • weak
  • Chen Anopheles brunnipes Theobald 1910 Anopheles domicola Edwards 1916 Anopheles dthali Patton 1905 Anopheles erythraeus Corradetti 1939 Anopheles ethiopicus Gillies & Coetzee 1987 Anopheles flavicosta Edwards 1911 Anopheles fontinalis Gillies 1968 Anopheles majidi Young & Majid 1928 Anopheles moucheti* Evans 1925 subspecies bervoetsi DHaenans 1961 subspecies moucheti Evans 1925 subspecies nigeriensis Anopheles schwetzi Evans 1934 Anopheles tchekedii de Meillon & Leeson 1940 Anopheles walravensi Edwards 1930 Group Demeilloni (Gillies & De Meillon 1962) Anopheles carteri Evans & de Meillon 1933 Anopheles demeilloni Evans 1933 Anopheles freetownensis Evans 1925 Anopheles garnhami Edwards 1930 Anopheles keniensis Evans 1931 Anopheles lloreti Gil Collado 1936 Anopheles sergentii* Theobald 1907 subspecies macmahoni Evans 1936 subspecies sergentii Theobald 1907 Group Funestus (Garros et al 2004) Anopheles jeyporiensis James 1902 Subgroup Aconitus ( Chen et al.
  • Chan Executive branch: chief of state: President of China JIANG Zemin (since 27 March 1993) head of government: Chief Executive TUNG Chee-hwa (since 1 July 1997) cabinet: Executive Council consists of three ex-officio members and 10 appointed members; ex-officio members are: Chief Secretary Anson CHAN (since 29 November 1993), Financial Secretary Donald TSANG (since 7 March 1995), and Secretary of Justice Elsie LEUNG (since 1 July 1997) elections: NA
  • Che And Diana, urged Enoch, Jonas and I want to go up to Bright Angel with you and Na-che.
  • Shaka
  • Shea
  • checks Give me your checks and your house number, and then we'll take a car, unless you wouldn't mind walking.
  • CHEM However once present on the surface, the currently applied method to remove the Alpha case is by the subtractive methods of machining and /or chem milling.
  • CHG
  • CHGE
  • cheeks Lionel kissed my hand, and the tears rolled down his cheeks as he quitted the room.
  • cheapo Used discs purchased by Cheapo first go into unsorted racks—one for each day of the week—before being sorted and placed into the general collection.

20 words made from the letters cheak

3 letter words made from cheak:

kea, aec, ace.

4 letter words made from cheak:

cake, ceka, each, hake, heka, ache, kech, heck, hack, khac, kahe.

5 letter words made from cheak:

cheka, keach, hacek, hacke, hecka, akech.

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Concurrant

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