What is the correct spelling for CLECHES?
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Correct spellings for CLECHES
- cliche "If you mean Mr. Flack-I don't know what you mean," she said as composedly as possible to M. de Cliche .
- cloche Inns: Poste; Cloche d'Argent; Provence.
- clutches He could have done what Shafter was doing, and so escaped from Nevis's clutches , had he only been allowed a little longer time.
- Leeches Flaxman was a friend of the Leeches , and in after years, while John Leech was still a youth, the sculptor again examined some of his sketches, and, after looking well at them, he very likely said, as is reported: "That boy must be an artist; he will be nothing else."
- belches To this grand old forest, for instance, whose dim shades echo the soft pit-pat of the deer and the coo of the wood-pigeon, comes not the tourist, with hideous knapsack and suit of startling check; no panting locomotive belches out its cloud of coal smoke to dim the brightness of the sky and choke the elms and oaks which reared their stately heads before their fell enemy, the steam engine, was dreamt of.
- clashes Back in the early days they'd tried sending out trained men from each Cluster headquarters, but that had been foredoomed to failure: travel between the stars was slow, and too often the governors had arrived after local officialdoms had already been established, and there had been clashes .
- caches The problem of food and the grim certainty of starvation were forced upon them with the very first examination of the caches of which Garlington had left such encouraging reports.
- cliches That is one of the good old cliches that came back to me during my walk.
- clinches "The snow clinches the matter, Charles," said Marston, gravely.
- lechers Milly glowed with sympathy while she listened, though she could not explain why, as her experience with men had not been with lechers , drunkards, wife-beaters.
- leaches A lady proud she was, of antient blood, Yet oft her fear, her pride made crouchen low: She felt, or fancy'd in her fluttering mood, All the diseases which the spitals know, And sought all physic which the shops bestow; And still new leaches , and new drugs would try, Her humour ever wavering too and fro; For sometimes she would laugh, and sometimes cry, And sudden waxed wroth, and all she knew not why.
- cloches We went on another night to "Les Cloches de Corneville," a most harmless production, I am sure; and that was what I wanted.
- clenches After which this enlightened writer re-affirms and clenches the judgment he has quoted, by saying,-"His admirers, however, if he had admirers in that age, possessed no portion of such enthusiasm."