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Correct spellings for CLESED
- blessed Anna-Rose-little Blessed-think of it-all of us together. Can't be forever blessed Still tomorrow's gonna be another working day And I try to get some rest That's all I'm trying, to get some rest – American Tune by Willie Nelson
- cleaned "Landed to-day-forgot this unspeakable flower-show-had to put in to get her cleaned up for Cowes-though it's quite possible I shan't go near Cowes when all's said and done.
- cleansed To-morrow's sun Shall find this palace cleansed of every stain, And light a happier race.
- cleared Let them be cleared away!
- close Course, one close-up look is all that's needed.
- closed I saw it closed!
- closer I remembered it well, and the number of questions he asked me about the condition of our people, social and political, in this country, for he knew that I had had opportunities of acquiring a closer knowledge of them than most people.
- closet Finally he moved over to a closet and flung the door open, ready for anything.
- cluster They do not come forth until evening, but by day they are content to hitch themselves to the twig of a tree under a thick cluster of leaves and rest there until it is dark.
- coalesced Accordingly, when a compound has but one accented syllable in pronunciation, as night'cap, bed'stead, broad'sword, the two words have coalesced completely into one, and no hyphen should be admitted.
- Cloyed He, poor fool, had fallen under the spell of the angels, and the devils had then turned him away from his shrine, shattered his illusions, shown him his idol's feet of clay, then dared him ever to worship again, ever to forget the mud which cloyed the bottom of the limpid stream.
- Glossed A great raven, with black wings glossed over with white, was perched on his shoulder.