How Do You Spell CLADS?
Correct spelling for the English word "CLADS" is [klˈadz], [klˈadz], [k_l_ˈa_d_z]] (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