What is the correct spelling for CRUCEL?

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Correct spellings for CRUCEL

  • cancel His wiser plan would have been to cancel this Book, or much of it, when he set forth later to write a history of the Reformation.
  • carousal The carousal was in full swing; a chorus of wild song rose noisily into the night; more cases were smashed open and more alkite drawn out.
  • carousel There was a squat old silver bowl in the middle of the board, full of spoons of various sizes, and also a castor, like a miniature carousel, holding several bottles of sauces and condiments.
  • carrel
  • coracle
  • crackle
  • cradle Now I'm able to leave the cradle I don't remember the dinners, only the kilos on my kitchen table – Live And Let Die by Kool G Rap & DJ Polo
  • crawl Sometimes I'm in the mood, I wanna run till I have to crawl Sometimes I'm in the mood, I ain't gonna do nothin' at all – BABY, I'M IN THE MOOD FOR YOU by Bob Dylan
  • craze Don't miss the latest craze Hit it for a minute Then it's on to the next phase – Kickin' It Old School by go fish
  • crecy Tell him also that at dawn two prisoners who will be with me will be shot in the courtyard of the guard-house at Crecy, but that whether he has got hold of Capet or not he had best pick up the Englishman in the chapel in the morning and bring him straight to Crecy, where I shall be awaiting him ready to return to Paris.
  • creel I do not believe that one ever thinks of the landscape or of anything else, while there is a chance for a fish, and no abundance of local romance can atone for an empty creel.
  • creole True, all this might betoken any of the Creole combinations common in Haiti, but the Cuban was not satisfied.
  • crucial
  • crucible A French peasant would blush to meet his neighbour had he levelled a Gaulish tomb, crammed the fair moulding of an abbey into his wall, or sold to a crucible the coins which tell that a Julius, a Charlemagne, or a Philip Augustus swayed his native land.
  • crudely Jimmie Dale mounted this, found that it gave on a crudely furnished, attic-like bedroom, and then descending again, he opened the rear door of the partition, and flashed his light around the back of the shed.
  • cruel Oh, who could have been so cruel?
  • cruelly We have both been cruelly deceived and betrayed.
  • cruise We're going for a cruise with you, and here you are raising objections.
  • cruiser Each grasped one of his arms, and they took him out of the house to the waiting Onzar cruiser.
  • cruller
  • cruse
  • grace
  • gruel
  • Crees So, after many councils among themselves, they decided to send over into the land of the Crees and Salteaux for their Missionary to come and give them advice, in order that they too might make a treaty with the Government of the Queen.
  • Crewel
  • Cries
  • Crustal
  • Cruz
  • Russel We had left Major Russel and his brother at the camp we had moved from that morning, to see what discovery they could make as to the movements of the Indians; and about this time, while a warm fire was kept up on our left, as I have just stated, the major came up in our rear, and was closely pursued by a large number of Indians, who immediately commenced a fire on our artillery men.
  • Graciela
  • cures
  • crueler
  • curies
  • Crusoe
  • cruses
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