What is the correct spelling for CLIFT?
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Correct spellings for CLIFT
- cleat One of them seemed to come right aft and look over the stern, and then stooped to the cleat where the painter had been fast.
- clef By the time she was sixteen her voice had developed wonderful qualities, and she was able to sing from C in the bass clef to F in alt, a range of three octaves and a half.
- cleft As I walked through the cleft the musical roar of the bells followed, and was like a mighty current flowing through and over me; but as I came out the sound from behind ceased suddenly and was now in front, coming back from the hills before me.
- client The engine-driver is your client , of course?"
- cliff How far can you trust him, Cliff ?
- clive Clive Reinhard turns out one of his sloppy stories every six months, and they are all illustrated."
- clot At once Rabbit seized the clot and hid it in his bosom.
- clout Bring a dozen clout -nails; here's a tremendous piece of news!
- gift It is customary to send the gift to the child itself.
- left "Miss Lee has just left me.
- lift I often looked back to see if nothing was coming that might give me a lift .
- loft What would the world say, if we two were to go up to the loft together?"
- Clifton Yes- You-you- I have not seen Mr. Clifton ?
- Clint There was a moment of silence and then Clint protested weakly.
- clefts In front of them, again, rose the great tower with its arched and gloomy entrance, and its one or two small windows, in the clefts of which bunches of wallflower were growing.
- cliffs As the great cliffs of Svartevoeg rose before us my heart leaped.
- CALIF When the calif heard of the misfortunes which had befallen the sultan's army, and his narrow escape from the dangers of a formidable invasion, he was at first overjoyed, and he resolved at once on making war upon the rebellious sultan.