What is the correct spelling for CHEKS?
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Correct spellings for CHEKS
- check Moreover, in the present temptation, Farnsworth had a special check and hindrance. This ball and chain is comin' off my neck I'm gonna pick this ball and chain I'm gonna put it in check – Which Way Is Up by Barry White
- checkers One evening with his hands in his pockets he strolled up to the store and post-office to meet some other young men for a game of checkers .
- cheek "My dear child," said he, stopping and passing his hand tenderly over her cheek , "are you fit for it to-morrow?
- chess She taught him to play chess , too, with a wonderful set of jade-and-ivory men produced from among her few belongings.
- checks The form and face of Hermas took her fancy; she thought he looked of noble birth in spite of his poor clothing, and when she observed that his checks were glowing, and that the hand in which he held the medicine phial trembled, she understood that he was watching her, and that the sight of her had stirred his youthful blood.
- chokes "It chokes me so," sobbed little Willie, "but I'll try."
- shakes Bodingly he shakes his head, Deep-drawn lengthy sigh then heaves His broad chest, for her now dead!
- chicks I remember once in a California yard, how a hen flew in my face angrily because I had frightened her chicks .
- chefs At this palatial abode the most sumptuous repasts were prepared by the most celebrated chefs the world could produce, and were eaten by the most fastidious and expensive gourmands Nature ever created; gamblers of the most distinguished and the most disreputable characters; gentlemen of the latest pattern and the oldest school, the worst of men and the best, sporting politicians and political sportsmen, place-hunters, Ministers, ex-Ministers, scions of old families and ancient pedigrees, as well as men of new families and no pedigrees, who purchased, as we do now, a coat of arms at the Heralds' tailoring shop, and selected their ancestors in Wardour Street.
- cheeks The colour rushed into her cheeks .