What is the correct spelling for CHAKE?

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Correct spellings for CHAKE

  • cake Shut the cake in a tin box for a week or more.
  • chafe It has been a strange and stormy introduction we have had to each other; but I am so grateful to you for not hating me, that I chafe still the more at the cruel way in which my hands are tied.
  • chalk On the table were marked with chalk a series of lines, and the play was to strike the coin on the edge of the table with the hand so that it rested between these lines.
  • chalky Marta felt a brush of air past her cheek and Westerling went chalky white.
  • change And what made you change ?
  • char The coachman, or rather the guide,-for the man who was driving the char a banc was the one who was to act as guide up the mountain when they reached Lauterbrunnen,-turned soon into a road which led off towards the gap, or opening, in the nearer mountains which Mr. George and Rollo had seen from the windows of the hotel.
  • charge I hope you won't turn me out when to come to take charge ."
  • charger She wuz a pretty girl, but I could see that she wuz very romantic; she had read sights of novels, and wuz lookin' out for some prince in disguise to ride up on a white charger to carry her off and share his throne.
  • chase Through woods and orchards the chase went on.
  • check "I'll have my butler check on that, right away," Nirzav said.
  • checker In the 1950s, Chess Records' commercial success grew with artists such as Little Walter, The Moonglows, The Flamingos, and Chuck Berry, and in the 60s with Etta James, Fontella Bass, Koko Taylor, Little Milton, Laura Lee, and Tommy Tucker, as well as with the subsidiary labels Checker , Argo, and Cadet.
  • cheek There was a pause during which Peggy rubbed her cheek up and down his coat in tender silence.
  • cheeky Bruce Boniface, better known by his surname, Boniface (born 5 June 1981) is a singer-songwriter, vocal arranger and producer best known for his Top 40 hit "Cheeky", which peaked at number 25 on the UK Singles Chart.
  • chick
  • chock
  • choke
  • choked
  • choker
  • chuck
  • hake
  • shack
  • shake
  • shaken
  • shaker
  • shaky
  • shark
  • Che Gli incanti d'Ismeno, che ingannano con delusioni, altro non significano, che la falsita delle ragioni, et delle persuasioni, la qual si genera nella moltitudine, et varieta de' pareri, et de' discorsi humani.
  • Shaka
  • chokes
  • shakes
  • CHG
  • CHGE
  • shakier
  • impartations
  • improperlies

20 words made from the letters CHAKE