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Correct spelling for CLEARACE
We think the word clearace 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 clearace
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
- Cleric(Definition of cleric)
- Clarence(Definition of Clarence)
- Clearer(Definition of Clearer)
- Clearance(Definition of clearance)
Late in the evening i observed the enemy's ships to have cleared cabrita point; and, at eight, i bore up with the squadron to stand after them.
He'd a killed me if i'd gone on like clara.
Biddle walked to the prison, accompanied only by a young midshipman.
Wherever the peasant tills the hard earth, there does thy joy gush out in the green of the corn; wherever man displaces the entangled forest, smooths the stony ground, and clears for himself a homestead, there does thy joy enfold it in orderliness and peace.
The professors at the universities were practically all of them in clerical orders, and the great body of the students were clerics, in the sense that they had assumed at least minor orders and were supposed to be in preparation for a clerical life.
A tough among the refugees in the bazaar-doorway said that you couldn't tell if it was a woman or a priest, and the cleric, who no doubt heard the remark, threw a severe and threatening look at the group.
"you are right, sir," said clarence.
It was a little clearer by now; and i could see the bank on my right.
However, the clearance of the gun deck above the water and the dip of the paddle wheel would have made the additional weight of an upper- or spar-deck battery prohibitive even had experience in action proven it desirable.
When any members of the original colony had pulled themselves sufficiently together to desire to begin again on their own account, i should group some of them as partners in a co-operative farm, and see whether or no the success achieved in county clare could not be repeated in essex or in kent.
He's not like that horrid spilman and that mean madame clarice.