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  • calder Calder could stand it no longer.
  • called Kamehameha called after them.
  • clad And he didn't ask if I was warmly clad, and had I left anything, either.
  • claret That was wonderful claret!
  • cleat Cycling Cleats A specially shaped metal or plastic piece that attaches to the bottom of a cycling shoe to positively and securely attach it to a clipless pedal system is called a cleat.
  • clef Girls Aloud were awarded the Heart Record of the Year Award for their single "See the Day" at the O2 Silver Clef Lunch, an annual awards ceremony honouring songwriting and performance in aid of Nordoff-Robbins Music Therapy.
  • cleft The hoofs are cleft.
  • clew But she dared not go back, for she had no clew to the stone stairs and had lost all her reckoning.
  • client I supplied Mr. Minute, who was a client of mine, with certain documents, and those documents were in a safe in his bedroom.
  • clime But his old friend lived in a rare, upland air, and he could not yet find rest in her clime.
  • cline The bodys first and only rotational lightcurve of Cline was obtained by American astronomer James W.
  • clio After a time Clio drew a long and tremulous, but supremely happy breath as the realities of their predicament once more obtruded themselves upon her consciousness.
  • clip 11, the first clip of the scissors being from a to b.
  • clive I am; Kitty Clive is a wonder, and last summer we rode thousands of miles over the prairies.
  • clod Drop into your main pond a round clod and you will have a new watermark, like figure 9, to add to your drawing.
  • closet As he turned toward the bed, the count who had opened a closet, stopped him with an imperious gesture, holding out a purse.
  • clot In these operations a primary difficulty was met with in effectively clearing out the clot, a drain had to be left, and suppuration occurred later in a considerable proportion.
  • clout After her departure, an Alzado [151] came and danced with high knee action, meantime saying, she was there to make some one ill, and that she would do so unless the American gave her a cloth for her clout when she returned the following day.
  • clue "My whole lucid effort gives him a clue-every page and line and letter.
  • coiled
  • colt
  • cult
  • elite
  • filet
  • flit
  • gilt
  • glide
  • glider
  • glint
  • glut
  • gullet
  • jilt
  • kilt
  • klimt
  • let
  • lied
  • lilt
  • lit
  • lite
  • quiet
  • slit
  • Clem We have been all to wrongs, and Clem and I have said we would not be a party; and yet we could not help it, for we always had to stand up together!
  • Culled
  • Clyde
  • Cleo Dorothy Dunnett’s Lymond Chronicles: The Enigma of Francis Crawford by Scott Richardson (2016, ISBN 978-0826220813) Dunnett has not received extended critical attention, but there are some academic studies of her work: Lisa Hopkins, 'Dorothy Dunnett's Lymond and Niccolo series: history versus experience; Cleo McNelly Kearns, 'Dubious pleasures: Dorothy Dunnett and the historical novel, Critical Quarterly, vol.
  • Juliet
  • Clint What I don't understand, though, is the-the appearance of satisfaction displayed by the 'varsity, Clint.
  • LIEUT
  • clued
  • colder

24 words made from the letters cliet

4 letter words made from cliet:

3 letter words made from cliet:

ect, lie, tie, tic, tec, etc, tlc, lei, let, cli, ice, lit.

5 letter words made from cliet:

licet.

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Independant

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  • independent's
  • independently
  • independents
  • taking mean
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