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Possible correct spellings for chold

  • Clod(Definition of clod)
  • Before the mountains were brought forth, before earth and the world were made, then god was god: and god will still be god, when flames shall roar round earth and heaven dissolving at his nod: and this god is our god, even while his rod of righteous wrath falls on us smiting sore: and this god is our god for evermore through life, through death, while clod returns to clod.

  • Chalet(Definition of chalet)
  • Hubertusstock is not, as most people seem to imagine, a castle, but merely a huge, overgrown two-storied chalet, surrounded by a number of smaller wooden dwelling-houses for the use of the imperial suite.

  • Held(Definition of held)
  • Peter held out his hand, and denton took it.

  • Colt(Definition of colt)
  • And now get on the back of that colt black ben, which hath been lately broken to the saddle, and ride him across the park lands yet left to us.

  • Cold(Definition of cold)
  • And oh, sylvia-your cold!

  • Shoaled(Definition of Shoaled)
  • Chaldea(Definition of chaldea)
  • Sir hubert's wife was not really the exquisitely lovely creature chaldea took her to be, but her fair skin and brown hair were such a contrast to the gypsy's swarthy face and raven locks, that she really looked like an angel of light compared with the dark child of nature.

  • Chile
  • "angels b'arin' dat chile up wid deir wings," chanted aunt dolcey.

  • Fold(Definition of fold)
  • O, do you know this horse was white, with silvery wings, wild as a hawk; and, once in a while, he would fold up his wings, and trot round on the mountain!"

  • Chill(Definition of chill)
  • The thought struck a chill through her gaiety.

  • Wold(Definition of wold)
  • Chard(Definition of chard)
  • Abingdon, agardsley, aldborough, andover, appleby, arundel, axbridge, aylesbury bamborough, banbury, barnard castle, barnstaple, baschurch, basingstoke, bath, bedford, berkhamsted, berwick-upon-tweed, beverley, bewdley, bideford, bishops castle, blandford forum, bodmin, boston, brading, bradninch, bridgwater, bridgnorth, bridport, bristol, buckingham, burford, bury st edmunds calne, cambridge, camelford, canterbury, carlisle, chard, chester, chesterfield, chichester, chippenham, chipping campden, chipping norton, chipping sodbury, christchurch, cirencester, clitheroe, clun, colchester, colnbrook, colyford, congleton, coventry, cricklade dartmouth, daventry, derby, devizes, doncaster, dorchester, dover, droitwich, dunheved (near launceston), great dunmow, dunster, dunwich, durham evesham, exeter, eye farnham, faversham, folkestone, fordwich, frodsham gainsborough, gloucester, godalming, godmanchester, grampound, grantham, gravesend, grimsby, guildford hadleigh, hartlepool, harwich, hastings, hedon, helston, hemel hempstead, henley-on-thames, hereford, hertford, higham ferrers, huntingdon, hythe (kent) ilchester, ilfracombe, ipswich kendal, kidderminster, kings lynn, kingston upon hull, kingston upon thames, knutsford lancaster, langport (formerly langport eastover), launceston, leeds (yorks), leicester, leominster, lichfield, lincoln, liskeard, liverpool, london, looe (east), looe (west, also known as porthbychan), lostwithiel, louth, ludlow, lydd, lyme regis macclesfield, maidenhead, maidstone, maldon, malmesbury, marazion, marlborough, melcombe regis, milborne port nantwich, newark-on-trent, newbury, newcastle-under-lyme, newcastle upon tyne, newport (isle of wight), newport (shropshire), newtown (isle of wight), northampton, norwich, nottingham okehampton, orford, ormskirk, oswestry, oxford penryn, penzance, pevensey, plymouth, plympton, pontefract, poole, portsmouth, preston queenborough ravenser odd, reading, retford (east), richmond (yorks), ripon, roby, rochester, romney (new), romsey, ruyton, rye saffron walden, st albans, st briavels, st ives (cornwall), salisbury, saltash, sandwich, scarborough, seaford, shaftesbury, sheffield, sherbourne, shrewsbury, southampton, south molton, southwark, southwell, southwold, stafford, stamford, stockton-on-tees, stratford-upon-avon, sudbury, sunderland, sutton coldfield tamworth, taunton, tenterden, tewkesbury, thaxted, thetford, tintagel, tiverton, torksey, torrington, totnes, tregony, truro ulverston wainfleet, wallingford, walsall, warwick, wells (somerset), wenlock, weymouth, whitchurch (hampshire), whitchurch canonicorum (dorset), wigan, wilton, winchester, windsor, wisbech, wokingham, woodstock, wootton bassett, worcester, wycombe great yarmouth, yarmouth (isle of wight), york

  • Sold(Definition of sold)
  • Holt(Definition of Holt)
  • Ernest went off to claim little nellie holt from his brother.

  • Could(Definition of could)
  • I could have laughed as i thought of it.

  • Shod(Definition of shod)
  • Chloe(Definition of Chloe)
  • Chloe opened her eyes.

  • Hold(Definition of hold)
  • Just hold your horses.

  • Holed(Definition of holed)
  • The police surround the cabin where slim and miss blandish are holed up and gun slim down, "rescuing" the kidnap victim and returning her safely home.

  • Child(Definition of child)
  • The child seemed puzzled.

  • Bold(Definition of bold)
  • When that thought came to him, he took his hands from before his eyes and tried to put on a bold face.

  • Old(Definition of old)
  • Choler(Definition of choler)
  • Gerald, foaming with rage, was violent and ungovernable, while frank, whose mind was infinitely superior, was cool and calm, though inly suffering from suppressed choler.

  • Chord(Definition of chord)
  • The name struck a familiar chord in peggy's memory.

  • Choked
  • Columbine choked a little over her exclamation of understanding.

  • Told(Definition of Told)
  • Mold(Definition of mold)
  • Should(Definition of should)
  • Cooled(Definition of cooled)
  • Warmed or cooled, moistened or dried air will be circulated as needed.

  • In-Stance
  • Chad(Definition of chad)
  • Taking these up, they strode on-chad after them and jack trotting, in cheerful confidence, behind.

  • Gold(Definition of gold)
  • They glistened like gold in the early sunshine.

  • In-Stances
  • Shield(Definition of shield)
  • Chili(Definition of chili)
  • Madeira, teneriffe, and santa catherina: he had run down the coasts of chili and california, on the last of which he had lost boats, officers, and men, by the surf.

  • Chilled(Definition of chilled)
  • He was not halfway around the house before he heard a voice that chilled him with horror.

15 words made from the letters chold

4 letter words made from chold:

3 letter words made from chold:

doc, lcd, col, hdl, hod, doh, old, dol.

5 letter words made from chold:

dolch.
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