How to spell CLOUADY correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell clouady correctly

  • carload I think carload means one of the carts in which they are delivered.
  • clad The forest-clad interior of the vast island remains an unknown wilderness.
  • clay In others are Gautamas of brass, ivory, glass, clay and wood.
  • clod Then he leant upon the drill and stared out over the acres that were to him as the flesh of his flesh; he bent down and crumpled a clod between his fingers for sheer joy of the feel of it.
  • clot As we climbed over the face of the rock we saw a clot of dried blood.
  • cloud He knows not why, but the cloud is past.
  • clouded A seriously puzzled expression clouded the boy's eyes, and he asked simply, "Hain't ye friendly with 'em, Saul?"
  • cloudy It was a cloudy night, with neither moon nor stars in the sky.
  • clout I'll give you a good clout.
  • cloy
  • cody I saw a Cody at the store.
  • collude In order to collude, they needed to share the samesecret thoughts.
  • could
  • glad
  • lady My lovely lady, can you help me with this mess?
  • load
  • loud you're making a lot of noise
  • Clouted The boxer was clouted in the face with a hard object.
  • Claude Poor as he called himself, he had more than that lying at his bankers; and if he won, it might be the first step towards turning the tables on Gartram, and winning Claude.
  • Claudia Claudia would not on any account allow him to accompany her; and thanking him for his offers as well as she could, took leave of him in tears.
  • Claudio As their vetturino carriage turned out of the piazza into the Via S. Claudio, in order to attain the Corso, which must be passed before reaching the gate of the city, the narrow street was almost blocked up by another carriage, in which my sister saw the emaciated form of the Family Spy propped on pillows and lying on a mattress, and which immediately followed them.
  • clouds I think it's time to go inside and get my clouds.
  • clods The horses were steaming when we got through this drift which was exactly half a mile long; my cutter was packed level full with slabs and clods of snow; and I was pretty well exhausted myself.
  • clued One of the clues to solving the puzzle was the shiny star in the middle.
  • cloudier

Misspelling of the day


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  • airedale
  • alertly
  • allegedly
  • already
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  • assuredly
  • elatedly
  • luridly