What is the correct spelling for GLIPS?
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Correct spellings for GLIPS
- glimpse Once only he caught sight of a figure inside one of the rooms upon the ground-floor; but the dress was dark, and the glimpse he had of it told it to be that of a man.
- gyps The throng composed of undergraduates, dons, bedmakers, and gyps , is broken into knots of people, who are chatting together according to their several kinds; but they are so quiet and expectant that the very pigeons hardly notice them, but flutter about and coo and peck up the scattered bread-crumbs, just as if nobody was there.
- Claps Then he claps his hands, applaudin' like, reaches into his pocket, brings up a couple of pennies, and tosses 'em down to little baldhead, who was standin' there blown up with pride.
- Giles There are your brother's two sons, Sir Giles .
- Clips Thorpe knew that now either Hank or Tom must be climbing with the long measuring pole along the prostrate trunk, marking by means of shallow ax-clips where the saw was to divide the logs.
- Grips He thoughtlessly grips the little bit of metal to the end of which the priming needle is attached.
- Lips Then he put it to his lips.
- lops This age-limit lops off from both ends of human existence a certain proportion of the characters that are available for filling up the canvas of the social novelist at home.
- slips Then he looked up an' said, 'I was jest tryin' to recall the good lady's name that had the same trouble, pine blank, as your'n, but it slips me somehow.
- gulps Then he swallowed his disturbed dinner down again in big gulps , and with a last scramble disappeared into his cool den.
- gaps No one appeared to fill the gaps thus made in the ranks either of the Whigs' or the Tories' section of literature.
- gilds But the religious insight into futurity saves from such anguish, by the hope which gilds and realizes the future: hope for the race, armed with a higher assurance than philosophy can work out, that and right and peace shall reign triumphant; and personal hope, inasmuch as, however dark the prospect for earth's races may be, the individual has a future, whose joy is his strength.
- gills The spear took the fish right behind the gills .
- gallops It would mean long gallops at breakneck speed, whilst slowly the summer's day yielded to the embrace of evening, and anon the glowing dusk paled and swooned into the arms of night.