Correct spelling for CIDAR
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Possible correct spellings for cidar
- cedar How softly from the churchyard came the breeze That stirred the cedar boughs with scented wings, And gently fanned the sleeper's heated brow Or fluttered Grandma Barlow's bonnet strings.
- cider Just below the chapel, withdrawn only a few feet from the religious ceremony, was a cluster of tents, sheltering hurdy-gurdys, merry-go-rounds, cook-shops, and cider-plenty of cider.
- cigar Think of your five-cent-cigar man.
- cinder When they reached the cinder path beside the freight train it was just sunrise.
- ida " Ida Blair," she said.
- sitar He sat upon a cloth of gold and about him was the game he had killed in hunting, in great masses of ruffled fur and plumage, and he turned the beauty of his face carelessly upon her, and as the Princess looked upon him, her heart yearned to him, and he said in his voice that was like the male string of the sitar:
- Cid Then there was a brave battle, and many were slain; but my Cid won the day, and King Abenalfange fled, and King Don Pedro was taken prisoner, and many of his counts and knights with him.
- Cit Hutchinson, op. cit. , 43.
- Dar Libes dar a man wid soul so dead"- "Never mind the varse, Sopsy," interposed the captain.
- Sid I don't know what Sid Vinney'll say, because I'd half promised him.
- cedars Great cedars, bent beneath the weight of years, grew round the house.
- CIR Cir. 39-Experiments on the strength of treated timber.
- ciders Notwithstanding the new law regulating quantity of sugar to be used in wines, ciders, etc., there has been, during 1890, an increase of nearly 13,000 tons, as compared with 1889.
22 words made from the letters cidar
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