What is the correct spelling for CLIFE?
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Correct spellings for CLIFE
- clef But beyond urging him to keep his ideas strictly to himself and not leave any more memopads scribbled over with clef signs on his desk, I could do nothing, for upon his retention depended his father's goodwill-the general's assignment to a fieldcommand hadnt altered the status of our contracts-and we had too many unscrupulous competitors to rely solely upon merit for the continuance of our sales.
- cliff The cliff itself can be climbed, and in winter either of the gullies would afford a good hour's hard step-cutting.
- clime As for good crops, 'twas in condition prime: Such they all hoped to raise in that fine fruitful clime .
- cline Christopher "Chris" Cline (born July 5, 1958) is an American mining entrepreneur and philanthropist.
- clive The gross deceit played on Omichund, as described by Macaulay in his Essay on Lord Clive , stands nearly alone in our public conduct in India, but other transactions have been unworthy of our character for high-minded integrity.
- clove He was uplifted as 'The heroical Commander Beauchamp, of the Royal Navy,' and 'Commander Beauchamp, R.N., a gentleman of the highest connections': he was 'that illustrious Commander Beauchamp, of our matchless, navy, who proved on every field of the last glorious war of this country that the traditional valour of the noble and indomitable blood transmitted to his veins had lost none of its edge and weight since the battle-axes of the Lords de Romfrey, ever to the fore, clove the skulls of our national enemy on the wide and fertile campaigns of France.
- life As if he were afraid for his life ?
- CALIF He gave back to the calif the keys of trust and the seals of secrecy; and sought no other pleasure for the remains of life than the converse of the wise, and the gratitude of the good.