How to spell CLAYTO correctly?

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  • alto Marshall Black, Palo Alto, Cal.
  • canto The last canto brings our knight to the Green Chapel, after he is repeatedly warned to turn back in the face of certain death.
  • cart He passed the blinking station inn, forgetting that he had put up his dog-cart there to await his return, and, hardly knowing what he did, took from long habit the turn for Vandon.
  • cat The cause of her uneasiness was the word "cat."
  • clad He escorted the poor and ill-clad wretches, who were now released from captivity, and whom the lord committed to his care.
  • claret Take from the fire and add one cupful of claret, and stand aside until icy cold.
  • clatter Sergeant McBain departed, and presently the clatter of hoofs told the officer that the two troopers had ridden away.
  • claw "Can't you find the big lobster claw that Bunny wanted?
  • clay E.R., Methodist Church, Fourteenth and Clay streets, Oakland.
  • clayey The whole of the country at the foot of the hill consists of a clayey mud and of light earth, easily broken in pieces, which is not strong enough to bear a man's tread; and if it is only slightly touched will spread all about, like unslaked lime or ashes.
  • cleat Z-clip Similar to a French cleat, a Z-Clip allows for the installation of wall panels without screwing into the front of the panels.
  • cleats The cleats are now fastened, extra care being taken when fastening them over the joints where the legs receive the side rails, as this will help to strengthen the joints.
  • clio The goddess of history, Clio, is often seen holding a pen or a book.
  • clot My headache is starting to feel like a clot.
  • clout Not only was he a good football player, but he had a lot of clout.
  • cloy Her words were so sweet, but I could tell she was trying to cloy me.
  • coat
  • eclat Underneath the eclat of the stars, he could hear the crickets.
  • lat I need a latte.
  • late I'm running late for my class.
  • plato I read the book "The Republic" by Plato.
  • platy
  • Cato In the meantime, Ptolemy, king of Egypt, who had left Alexandria, upon some quarrel between him and his subjects, and was sailing for Rome, in hopes that Pompey and Caesar would send troops to restore him, in his way thither desired to see Cato, to whom he sent, supposing he would come to him.
  • Claude Claude-alone-her own mistress, what of your triumph now!
  • Clayton We passed on a few yards to the forks, and not wishing to let them see how anxious we were to get away, we stopped and discussed the question whether we would go on to Tunnel Hill, or turn towards Clayton.
  • Clyde The Clyde River flows into the North Sea.
  • Cleo Ethan wanted to surprise Cleo with the tickets, but she found out about it through social media.
  • Claudio Tell me, signor, what was the cause of Antonio's sending Claudio to Venice, yesterday.
  • CATT At the meeting of the International Woman Suffrage Alliance in Geneva in 1920 the president, Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, called attention in her address to the fact that Greece and Spain in Europe, Argentina and Uruguay in South America and the island of Cuba had made enough progress in organization for woman suffrage within a few years to be accepted as auxiliaries.
  • JATO

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