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Correct spelling for COLRED
We think the word colred 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 colred
- Cooled(Definition of cooled)
- Claret(Definition of claret)
- Closed(Definition of closed)
- Colored(Definition of colored)
- Cloyed(Definition of Cloyed)
- Curled(Definition of curled)
- Collared(Definition of Collared)
- Cured(Definition of cured)
- Cold(Definition of cold)
- Coloured(Definition of coloured)
- Colorado(Definition of colorado)
- Gloried(Definition of Gloried)
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
Behind the foreman was set a barrel of water in which tools were cooled and tempered.
They've pretty good claret, here, eh, silverbridge?"
"say that again," whispered the woman, with her eyes closed.
He's got dark-colored stones up for mis' durgin and jackson, so 't they look as old as any of 'em.
Agroted, pp. surfeited, cloyed, l. 2454.
The young officer's lip curled.
The cloned dinosaurs are used to populate the jurassic park wildlife park for the entertainment of visitors.
Well, i thought i was cured.
"certainly, sir," was rosalind's cold reply.
One of them martin coiled and held before his lips, and blew on it.
Johnson coloured, hesitated, and finally with a swift glance at the clock, he briefly explained: "i mean it's hard to go and leave you here.
At 2.30 the m.p. hitched in again, and at 2.45 we reached a salt-water arm of the sea called the "aroyo del colorado," about eighty yards broad, which we crossed in a ferry-boat.
"why did you make me say i cared for you?
"the mystery of mr. hollis's death will certainly have to be cleared up.