How Do You Spell CLADS?
Correct spelling for the English word "clads" is [ klˈadz] (IPA phonetic alphabet).
Usage Examples for CLADS
- In April of the same year Admiral Dupont, an able seaman with massive whiskers, decided to run the fortifications at Charleston with iron- clads but the Charleston people thought they could run them themselves. - "Comic History of the United States" by Bill Nye
- The train made a mighty sweep to the northward to escape from the central valley, bringing a much closer and better view of the two snow- clads first on one, then on the farther side. - "Tramping Through Mexico, Guatemala and Honduras Being the Random Notes of an Incurable Vagabond" by Harry A. Franck
- In ten minutes every one was aware that the iron- clads which were to annihilate Charleston had recoiled, beaten and wounded. - "Border and Bastille" by George A. Lawrence
- The captain's orders were, not to fire until they heard the action opened by the iron- clads - "Frank on a Gun-Boat" by Harry Castlemon
- It was a weird sight to see these shore- going armour- clads flying down upon the enemy. - "The Invasion" by William Le Queux