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  • alum Do not add any more water than you have to, and keep stirring the alum with a glass rod while you are adding the water.
  • calm One could hardly take her eyes from that sweet, sympathetic, calm , face. And I've been calm And I've been kind And I've been crass I held the whole world right in my palm – 7 Years by everlast
  • clam She found a clam shell, as large as the one Russ had, and with those for shovels, the children began digging on the beach in the moonlight.
  • clump He stopped behind a clump of low-growing trees, and watched.
  • gleam A sudden gleam came into his eyes. The stars gleam The poets dream – Without You by rent
  • glum Greaser had begun to snarl viciously, and Herky and Bill looked glum and thoughtful.
  • guam That is the basis of the doctrine I announced at Guam .
  • gum I watched that old gum grow since it were no higher than my knee.
  • kama In connection with this he and his sons, in the middle of the sixteenth century, obtained large grants of land on the rivers Kama and Chusovaja and their tributaries, with the right to build towns and forts there, whereby their riches, previously very considerable, were much increased.
  • karma The Great Spirit put at the threshold of our lives Karma , who knows neither anger nor pardon.
  • klan
  • klimt
  • km
  • koala
  • kola
  • lam
  • lama
  • lima
  • llama
  • plum
  • qualm
  • selma
  • slam
  • slum
  • Alma On the whole, Walter, judging from the newspaper pictures, Alma Willard is quite the equal of Vera Lytton for looks, only of a different style of beauty.
  • Clem Much Clem cared for antiquities; when she had wearied herself in pretending interest, a seat in an unvisited corner gave her an opportunity for more congenial dialogue.
  • Elam In Elam we may suppose that the use of the Sumerian and Semitic languages was the same.
  • Kim Kim flung himself whole-heartedly upon the next turn of the wheel.
  • Elma "No, I have never walked down this way, and it is far too dark to attempt it now," said Elma very decidedly.
  • Julia "Where is your bag, Julia ?
  • Karla Nat Bentham, English rugby league footballer of the 1920s, and 1930s Samuel Bentham (1757–1831), English mechanical engineer, brother of Jeremy Thomas Bentham (1513–1578), Bishop of Coventry Trevor Bentham (born 1943), former English stage manager and screenwriter Fictional characters: Jeremy Bentham (Lost), another name for the character John Locke in Lost Karla Bentham, character in the BBC 1 TV drama Waterloo Road, played by Jessica Baglow
  • Kayla Kimberly Brady Donovan Shane Donovan Kayla Brady Johnson Steve Johnson Bo Brady (deceased) (half-sibling) Hope Williams Frankie Brady (adopted) Max Brady (adopted) Colin Murphy (presumed deceased)
  • Velma
  • Vilma
  • Wilma
  • Zelma
  • KL
  • JUL MATILDA McKINNEY 100 Empire Avenue, Macon, Georgia [Date Stamp: JUL 28 1937]
  • GLAM Glam gazed at the rag he held in his hand, and wondered much who might pull so hard against him; and therewithal Grettir ran under his hands and gripped him round the middle, and bent back his spine as hard as he might, and his mind it was that Glam should shrink thereat; but the thrall lay so hard on Grettir's arms, that he shrank all aback because of Glam 's strength.
  • korma

21 words made from the letters KULMA

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