What is the correct spelling for CLAMB?
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Correct spellings for CLAMB
- calm The weather was now warm and pleasant,-sometimes, during a calm , a little too hot.
- cam There would have been an academic poet, or more than one, in the company, and they would have furnished forth the prospect with phrases far finer than any I have about me, who can only say that the Cam -pagna, clothed in mist and cloud-shadowed, swam round the upland in the colors of a tropic sea.
- claim Certain it is, no man has a better claim to the public thanks than you.
- clam Miss Frost, have you ever seen a clam -bake?
- clamber In a brief time from the moment they had left the ivory cache, considering the clamber they had had, the boys were in the air and headed for the spot where they had left the hoard.
- clammy His black eyes were half shut, his face was a livid color and wet with clammy sweat.
- clamor So thinking, I walked towards the exit of the theatre, and a swinging door gave way-and upon my ear broke a clamor that might have come direct from the inside of Dr. Caligari's asylum.
- clamp Max's jaw set itself like an iron clamp .
- climb By great effort she managed to climb up on the high step of the first car, then made her way inside and stood there looking wistfully around.
- clime It is read in more than two hundred and fifty languages, by four hundred millions of people living in every clime and zone of the globe.
- lam So while you're skinning the buck I'll lam into that black mangrove log and build a fire under the little scaffold of small poles there, which you hadn't seen, but which was built to cure venison.
- lamb She escaped him, however, and several times when the gate was opened endeavoured, with the lamb at her heels, to make her way through.
- Calmer At midnight she grew calmer.
- Clem Uncle Clem was made of worsted and the moths had eaten his knees and part of his kiltie.
- clams Either cooked or raw clams may be used.
- calms On the contrary, I have seen much of the world, and experienced much of its buffetings, of its storms, its calms , and its sunshine; I have also seen much of men; and I have seldom, I would almost say, I have never, met with one who had no redeeming quality.