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Correct spelling for DECALERED
We think the word decalered 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 decalered
- Declare(Definition of declare)
- Declared(Definition of declared)
- Declarer(Definition of declarer)
- Declaimed(Definition of Declaimed)
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
- Declined(Definition of Declined)
- Decreed(Definition of decreed)
- Deplored(Definition of Deplored)
Oh, i do declare my head is going round!
"oh, we couldn't possibly wait that long," declared the girl.
When it is not stopped, the game is saved by the adversaries before the powerful no-trump hand can get in; if it be stopped but once, the game is still in grave danger unless the declarer take nine tricks before losing the lead.
For the epigram about phosphorus was bombast, since it can be declaimed with equal truth that without oxygen, without carbon, without nitrogen, without any of the food elements that go to make up the chemical composition of brain matter, no thought is possible.
Descartes, montesquieu, scribe, stahl, and many other famous writers of modern times, not to speak of philosophers of antiquity, have decried beauty, and warned mankind against its illusions, and especially its short duration, without succeeding, i must say, in disgusting the world out of it. true, beauty does not last for ever; but who would think of singing the praises of ugliness because it does last?
Once cleared indeed- ah!
He declares dr. ross has a master-mind, and, now i have talked to him, i am quite sure cyril is right.
I politely declined, and the conversation of the rest soon began where it had left off.
I only stopped two days at pavia, but it was decreed that i should get myself talked of, even in that short time.
My text was from horace: 'ploravere suis non respondere favorem sperdtum meritis'; and i deplored the wickedness and ingratitude of men, through which had failed the design adopted by divine wisdom for the redemption of humankind.