What is the correct spelling for CLIPP?
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Correct spellings for CLIPP
- blip X Little ripple, then blip on a sonar screen trailing off terminal living.
- caliper An alternative to the spoon brake for penny-farthings was the caliper brake patented by Browett and Harrison in 1887.
- caliph "It shall be obeyed," answered the caliph .
- clamp Elmes says, "There are few buildings in the metropolis, perhaps in Europe, that, considering the poverty of the material, common English clamp -bricks, possess such harmony of proportion, with unity and appropriateness of style, as this building.
- clap Well, you should have heard the people laugh and clap at that!
- clapper His new hat was smashed down like a cap on the crown of his head, his white cravat was bloody, his face all scratched, as if he had been clapper -clawed by a woman, and his hands was bound up with rags, where the glass cut 'em.
- clasp Its clasp now told him nothing.
- clio "Get the Clio ready for this man," Uncle Jimmy shouted to an assistant at the far end of the float.
- clip Certainly the same mental set would not follow if the hypnotist used a paper clip as a means of helping with the induction of hypnosis.
- clipped "That is the most foolish thing you ever did in your life," he said, and his words came curt and clipped as though he spoke them through his teeth.
- clipper Stay close to us until we get to Clipper Cay.
- Claps After running for a moment or two in the ordinary running step, the leader changes to a hopping step, then to a marching step, quick time, then to a marching step, slow time, claps and runs with hands on sides, hands on shoulders, hands behind, etc.
- Clips There was a great carved oak-table near to sun-lit windows, and on it were little regiments of things, carefully arranged-baskets with papers in elastic bands; classified and inscribed reference-books, scales, clips, pencils; and in one clear space, with a bunch of violets before it, the photograph of a woman in a splendid silver frame-a woman of seventy or so, obviously Rudyard Byng's mother.