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Correct spellings for CHELSA

  • challis My brother Challis always considered me one.
  • charles Charles Mowbray, do you hear her?
  • cheerless And then she thought of home, and all the coldness of that cheerless greeting smote upon her heart.
  • cheese That's the way it went from eleven A.M. until two-thirty, and all the lunch I indulged in was two bites of a cheese sandwich that Vincent split with me. "I'd like an order of fries, a quarter-pounder with cheese, I love the light in your eyes, will you go out with me please?" – McDonald's Girl by barenaked ladies
  • cheesy But did say "Believe is erratic (and sometimes cheesy ) as hell, but you gotta love how her Cher-ness shines. To be this cheesy When it comes to getting down I'm super sleazy Ladies come and ladies go – Powerful Game by suburban legends
  • chess It might have been a three-sided chess game, by their attitudes. I like the Beatles, funk and punk. I watch hockey, basketball, play chess. I eat veggie-junk and I love Superchunk. To boule and travel I say yes. – Devil Me by millencolin
  • cholera
  • ELISA
  • Chelsea His whole life came to him-the scenes at Scaw House, Dawson's, the bookshop, Brockett's, Bucket Lane, Chelsea , that last awful scene there ...
  • Elsa Mrs. Turner's room was a large one, with its own bath, into which Elsa Lee's room also opened.
  • Sheila Then a voice hit at his ears, and he looked up to see Sheila Corey only two places in front of him.
  • Colas
  • Shelia
  • Lesa
  • Cells We have now got 16 Cells .
  • Chills
  • chapels Perhaps the best workmanship to be noted is that of the thirteenth-century chapels surrounding the choir.
  • cheers Marcy did not break out into cheers as the captain no doubt thought he would, but settled contentedly back in his chair and drew a long breath of relief.
  • shells
  • chisels
  • heels
  • heals
  • CHIS
  • CHALKS Drawings executed in a bold style in black and red chalks, many of them thrown off at the time, illustrated either the localities where the various legends had birth, or the costumes, style of building, &c. of the period.
  • SHES
  • churls
  • chilies
  • chefs In 1785 the most important improvements were made under the Baron de Lorgenthal or Sorgenthal; artists of the highest talents were employed, a first-rate chemist named Leithner was engaged to prepare the colours and gilding, the chefs d'oeuvre of the early masters were copied, while the gilding was brought to a perfection which has never been surpassed.
  • she's
  • bi-furcates
  • fashionablenesses
  • good-will
  • helter-skelters

69 words made from the letters CHELSA

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