What is the correct spelling for CLOOK?

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Correct spellings for CLOOK

  • calk Go and calk your old leaky craft, Master Banks.
  • clack And he had thus listened patiently to this mill-stream, or mill-clack, for three weary years!
  • clark
  • clerk Mr. Clerk , call the next case.
  • click I caught in the silence the click of the lock of his gun, and that slight noise threw me into a tremor of apprehension.
  • clio Could any coiffure or any gown be more appropriate for an entertainment at which Clio was to preside?
  • cloak She just beamed for a moment, then drew her mist-cloak about her and disappeared.
  • clock As we rode out through the great gate, the Clock Tower beat the hour of noon.
  • clocks For the first time he appeared to her definitely as a stranger; as much a stranger as the man who came once a week to wind Mrs. Forsythe's clocks .
  • clog Not you, ye fair yellow-flowering ladies, Who join with your lords to jar the chords of a bosom heroic, and clog .
  • cloy But as a constant succession of sensual enjoyments must cloy , we found, that they frequently varied them to more refined subjects, and had much pleasure in chaunting their triumphs in war, and their occupations in peace; their travels to other islands, and adventures there; and the peculiar beauties, and superior advantages of their own island over the rest, or of different parts of it over other less favourite districts.
  • cluck On the platform there is heat and a feeling of great peace, the subdued chant of one or two people praying, the cluck of a hen, the fragrance of incense, and now and then the deep soft throb of one of the great bells, touched by a passing worshipper with the crown of a stag's horn.
  • colic You like not that his will should heap the world About him in a fumbled den of toil; And set the strength of his spirit, not to joy, But to laborious money; so you stand forth And think with spoken wind to make such stir And rumble in the inwards of man's life, That he in a noble colic will leap up Out of his cave of work and breathe sweet air.
  • colon The four vessels which carried the troops were the China, Colon , Zealandia and Senator.
  • color "Best so; but there are other ways to get a color .
  • cook "Yes, everything," said cook , smiling, "and I must get to work, too.
  • cooke "It's cold in here, Elsie," broke in Miss Cooke , whom they had quite forgotten.
  • cool Set down, son, and cool off.
  • cork None but my own fellows understand a cork , and they seem to have got away somewhere.
  • crook Grace gave a little gasp of surprise, for the newcomer who had shaken the hand of the crook was Henry Hammond.
  • kook
  • lock
  • look
  • o'clock
  • Cleo April saw the arrivals of Reenie McQueen (Zöe Lucker), mother of Porsche, Celine and Cleo and younger half-sister of Myra (Nicole Barber-Lane); brothers Aiden (Joseph Cocklin) and Kyle Bigsby (Mitchell Hunt); Scott Drinkwell (Ross Adams), cousin of Sinead
  • cloaks
  • COLO
  • ok
  • second-class

15 words made from the letters CLOOK