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Correct spellings for CALLT

  • allot I am going to allot votes on a very unique principle.
  • alt Ritschl in his Entstehung der alt-catholischen Kirche, 1857, had seen that Baur's theory could not be true.
  • ballet The performance was excellent and of the usual variety, including a ballet.
  • ballot I never intended to pay my debts by a white ball in the ballot-box, nor do I think that Mr. Merl would relinquish his claim on some thousand pounds, even for the honor of being the club colleague of Sir Spencer Cavendish.
  • calder Mr. Calder has been the director of the department of sculpture and the inspiration of his own work penetrates that of all his fellow-artists.
  • calf If the four feet belonged to one natural calf, they would all have the same direction.
  • cali Went to Cali a rally – Anti-Nigger Machine by public enemy
  • calk The boat which had been almost torn to pieces on the night when Mabel Harrington so narrowly escaped a terrible death, was now turned upside down, and Ben was preparing to calk the bottom and repair the injuries it had received.
  • call There'll be times you'll know I'll call Chances are my tears will fall – 'Til I Can Make It On My Own by Kenny Rogers
  • calla
  • callas
  • called
  • caller That his caller wore but the prescribed number of garments, each vogue to the last note, and that he was a person whom one must know.
  • callow Just then Miss Hale came up in charge of a very young and callow freshman.
  • callus
  • calm
  • cant
  • cart
  • cast
  • cat
  • celt
  • chalet
  • clad
  • cleat
  • clod
  • clot
  • clout
  • cold
  • collate
  • colt On its being opened, she led them across the field to a deep ditch on the farther side, when, what was their surprise to find that her colt had fallen into it, and was struggling on its back with its legs in the air, utterly unable to extricate itself.
  • cull
  • cult
  • gall
  • galled The necks of the cattle were much galled, and I therefore the more willingly halted another day.
  • galoot "Peter's a good feller," he declared, "but some seven sorts of a galoot once told him he ought to go into Congress, and he's been talking ever since.
  • gilt
  • glut
  • gullet The same kind of diet must be fed after the operation of cutting into the gullet has been performed.
  • halt
  • jilt It was abominable of him to jilt that girl, let alone proposing to me.
  • jolt
  • kilt
  • mallet
  • malt
  • pallet
  • salt
  • wallet
  • Cal
  • Can't
  • Carl
  • Coaled
  • Coll Naturally, it worried Petey almost to death to see the dear old Coll.
  • Culled She fancied that she knew the world, but her knowledge was theoretically culled from her yellow-covered romances.
  • Callie
  • Carla
  • Carly
  • Carlo
  • Walt
  • Gallo The withdrawal of San Gallo, and the deaths of Giacondo and Raphael in 1515, led to Baldasarre Peruzzi being appointed architect, and under his auspices the plan was changed to that of a Greek cross.
  • calls
  • CAPT Our loss is one killed, and Capt.
  • CATT Yes, it is all different now, Kitty Catt, thanks to dear old you!
  • caplet
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