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Correct spelling for CLEARAFY
We think the word clearafy 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 clearafy
- Carafe(Definition of carafe)
- Clarify(Definition of clarify)
- Clarity(Definition of clarity)
- Clearing(Definition of clearing)
- Glorify(Definition of glorify)
- Calvary(Definition of calvary)
- Clearer(Definition of Clearer)
- Cleave(Definition of cleave)
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
The waiter starts at the last word and takes up a clay carafe.
It will help me clarify my own impressions.
In the sharp clarity of sunrise she saw that mrs. haxton's beautiful face was drawn and haggard.
John and jesse were busy clearing a place for the tent.
"'man, in his presumption,' said the royal poet, 'dares to glorify himself in his knowledge, and judge the eternal.
It was but the beginning of their woes, the first step in that long road to calvary, where they were to be crucified with him, to be crucified wellnigh to the death before their final and almost miraculous resurrection.
But talking aloud helped to make things clearer, so he only commented, "and where does that leave us?"
Just as a man shall "leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife," so the man who is generally styled the german-american decides in favor of his new home-land, when a conflict arises between america and germany.
Snyder had silently cleared away breakfast, and seated herself with a book by the window.
She says she'll give clara five shillin' a week, as well as board an' lodge her.
Thus, though far less richly endowed with the divine gift of beauty, he had seen st. clare absorbed in prayer.