Correct spelling for GLTICH
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Possible correct spellings for gltich
- clench Kitty looked at herself suddenly in the mirror-the half-length mirror on the opposite wall-and she felt her hands clench and her bosom beat hard under her pretty and inexpensive calico frock, a thing for Chloe, not for Juno.
- cliche The society cliche, and the society fads of abbreviation and accent, were missing; and in their place was an easy, idiomatic directness, distinctly noticeable to a man like myself who had actually never been out of England.
- clinch She never dreamed a man could be so lovely, so delicate, so thoughtful, so considerate, so everything that was simply perfect, is the way she has once or twice found herself constrained to clinch the matter in default of adjectives sufficiently descriptive.
- clutch The man slipped in his clutch, and they glided round the broad, circular sweep in front of the entrance.
- coltish Evidently he held to the rowels in fond memory of his days of slender youth and coltish gambolings.
- doltish stupid, a. dull, stolid, obtuse, sluggish, inept, bovine, beef-witted, beetle-headed, besotted, fat-witted, doltish, undiscerning; prosaic, vapid, prosy, humdrum, uninspiring tame; lethargic, comatose, stupefied, torpid, insensible.
- glide Archie and Evie Soames had just overtaken them again, laughing together, as, hand in hand, they took a running glide towards the door.
- glitch 0), with some other CS2 products, was released with an official serial number, due to the technical glitch in Adobes CS2 activation servers (see Creative Suite 1 and 2).
- glitz The Brownlow Medal was presented to the player at League Headquarters, without the fanfare, glitz and glamour of the award today.
21 words made from the letters gltich
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