What is the correct spelling for CLAYTO?

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Correct spellings for CLAYTO

  • alto Kerr, Croghan, at Palo Alto , =1. = 164, 168; at Resaca de la Palma, 172, 467.
  • cabot By which remark I nevertheless do not mean to limit the significance of the writer's side of his long argument with Mr. Eliot Cabot , into which I may not pretend to enter, nor the part that in any such case a rare gift for style must inveterately play.
  • canto So Juan wept, as wept the captive Jews By Babel's waters, still remembering Sion: I 'd weep,-but mine is not a weeping Muse, And such light griefs are not a thing to die on; Young men should travel, if but to amuse Themselves; and the next time their servants tie on Behind their carriages their new portmanteau, Perhaps it may be lined with this my canto .
  • cart An instant, and they perceived the cart , and the ruffian who had advised this route pounced on it in triumph.
  • cat One gaze he gave, one yell, and then fled into the bushes like a wild cat .
  • clad He was now heavily clad in silken wool of richly mixed colours-brown, yellow, and bluish gray-and his eyes were still the pale blue of puppyhood.
  • claret After the claret came the port and Madeira.
  • clatter He had more need to go to school, Than to come hither to clatter .
  • claw The people say it is due to mountain climbing, and their explanation is probably correct, as the great toe is used much as is a claw in securing a footing on the slippery, steep trails during the rainy reason.
  • clay The priest took off his own wet cloak, then his coat; with the latter he covered the poor clay that lay apparently lifeless-no one should look upon that face either in curiosity, contempt, or pity.
  • clayey The term "reef" means a bed or stratum of rock, and these Rand reefs are beds of a sort of conglomerate, consisting of sandy and clayey matter containing quartz pebbles.
  • cleat
  • cleats
  • clio
  • clot
  • clout
  • cloy
  • coat
  • collate
  • eclat
  • galoot
  • gloat
  • lat
  • late
  • plato
  • platy
  • Cato Pomponius Bononiensis, 67. Pomponius Secundus, 282, 284. Ponticus, 196, 206. Popillius Laenas, 42, 52. Porcius, see Cato , Latro.
  • Collator
  • Claude Poor M. Claude was utterly forgotten.
  • Clayton There could be but one result: Clayton was delivered over for the execution.
  • Clyde
  • Cleo
  • Claudio -- Claudio , a Veronese, d. 1644, aged 84. Cav. Carlo Ridolfi.
  • CATT You have not been, as Mrs. Catt and I have, in the south of the country, where we saw Chinese women sitting in Parliament but from whom the vote is now taken away.
  • JATO

61 words made from the letters CLAYTO