SpellChecker.net

What is the correct spelling for CEESE?

This word (Ceese) may be misspelled. Below you can find the suggested words which we believe are the correct spellings for what you were searching for. If you click on the links, you can find more information about these words.

Click here to check the spelling and grammar

Correct spellings for CEESE

  • case I confess, then, that in your case I ought not to have done so. That's still a case Ben Franks the only familiar face – Drugs (Do This To Me) by fabolous
  • cease In front of the bright silver mirror he could not cease from making faces.
  • cede His was not a temper to yield to persuasion on selfish grounds, and nothing short of his actual inability to endure moving from where he lay at last compelled him to cede; even then he ordered his only servant to take the despatches which Lord Castlereagh had given him, and proceed with them to Dublin, where he should seek out Mr. Bicknell, and place them in his hands, with strict injunctions to have them forwarded to Lady Eleanor Darcy at once.
  • censer Then he too knelt, swinging the censer slowly to and fro. He took from the Prior the sacred golden sun, while the choristers burst into a peal of triumphal melody:
  • ceres Mrs. Marshall, aided by the others in turn, toiled vigorously between the long rows of vegetables and a little open shack near by, where, on a superannuated but still serviceable cook-stove, she "put up," for winter use, an endless supply of the golden abundance which, Ceres-like, she poured out every year from the Horn of Plenty of her garden.
  • cerise
  • cheese
  • cheesy
  • ease
  • erse
  • ese
  • lees
  • seesaw
  • sense
  • zeus
  • Ceased The Great Spirit has ceased to frown upon his children.
  • Geese
  • Cesar
  • Reese
  • Suse
  • Bees Birds flew and sang, bees hummed, the wind went to and fro in the branches like the notes of a low song.
  • Cheeses
  • Cues
  • Fees
  • ceases At night the heavy wooden doors were fitted into grooves and served not only to keep out the night air, but also the evil spirits that come abroad when the great sun ceases watching.
  • cedes 10 February – Seven Years War/French and Indian War: The Treaty of Paris ends the war and France cedes Canada to Great Britain.
  • sues
  • sews
  • sees
  • seas
  • XES
  • SASE
  • WEES
  • GEES
  • PEES
  • SEERS
  • TEES
  • adieuxes
X