What is the correct spelling for CLFFORD?
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Correct spellings for CLFFORD
- clef Formed in 1908 in Richmond, Virginia, the Treble Clef and Book Lovers Club (TCBLC) is one of the oldest African American book clubs in the United States.
- cleft 13 No more he said-for charg'd with wounds and pain, The parson's staff, like Jove's own lightning, flew, Which cleft his jaw-bone and his cheek in twain, And from their sockets half his grinders drew.
- cliff He was going to cut it from the cliff !
- clod My voice is toned like that silent tone That might, if it could, break up through the sod With such rebuke as would shame your stone, Stirring the grass-roots in their clod !
- cloud When that cloud covers the moon I shall go to the terrace.
- cloudy The water appeared to him rather cloudy .
- colored Pale as he was, he colored ; but he eyed me honestly.
- comfort Comfort will come to him in no other way.
- crawford Take Crawford back to Grant, as you go.
- cuffed The sun set late; and wafts of wind beat down, And cuffed the blossoms from the blossoming quince; Scattered the pollen from the lily's crown, And made the clover wince.
- Luffed Satisfied that she could do no further harm, the Spaniard luffed and hove to, awaiting the obvious result and intent upon picking up what slaves she could to man the galleys of his Catholic Majesty on the Mediterranean.
- Alford Alford, Introduction to this Epistle.
- Clifford Richard grew faint and cold as death, feeling one moment an impulse to knock young Clifford down, and the next a burning desire to hear the worst, if, indeed, he had not already heard it.
- Milford The rest of the coast is divided between Milford and Liverpool.
- Wilford "Don't keep the gentleman waiting, father," added Mrs. Wilford .
- cleaved And before upon the prow, as it cleaved the waves, sat St. Michael with wings outspread, white as the gulls that circled around our fleet, as though he were indeed bearing us forward with good hope upon our journey.