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Correct spelling for CILIACS
We think the word ciliacs is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for ciliacs
- Civics(Definition of civics)
- Celibacy(Definition of celibacy)
- Silas(Definition of Silas)
- Silica(Definition of silica)
- Cynics(Definition of cynics)
In short, i do not think that civics, in the sense in which my friend prof.
Moving through the apartment with superhuman speed, he changed into a pair of nice slacks, a cable-knit sweater his mother had given him for his last birthday, a tweedy jacket and a woolen overcoat.
We haven't any illusions about celibacy.
The man called silas laughed and turned to gordon.
Most of the maids of honour were dismissed, and the queen exchanged her silks and jewels for a mourning robe, which she wore to the end of her life.
Below this again were cellars of alarming extent and obscurity, reached by a long vaulted passage.
The insoluble mineral matter is nearly all silica.
Cynics may, of course, object that this excellent constitution was but a means of insuring french supremacy and of peacefully installing bonaparte's regiments in a very important city; but the close of his intervention may be pronounced as creditable to his judgment as its results were salutary to genoa.
Women wearing opera cloaks and shod in fragile dress-shoes stood shivering upon the gleaming pavement beside jewesses from the east-end.