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Spell check of clay

Correct spelling: clay

Synonyms:
chromite, fluorite, azurite, clayware, quartz, asbestos, stiff, colors, doll's house, bauxite, pumice, Lucius DuBignon Clay, alluvium, lime, catapult, silicate, peat, ozocerite, crease, boron, wacke, graphite, molybdenite, till, magnesite, spar, corundum, complexion, action figure, calcite, mud, pyroxene, baseline, kaolin, crystal, obsidian, character, pyrite, barite, iolite, alley, beanbag, loam, remains, cadaver, lignite, carcass, body, cryolite, lazurite, alabaster, form, gypsum, building block, court, kaolinite, constitution, carbon, bowl, slip, emery, argil, fluorspar, earth, self, tone, pottery, mineral, salt, dirt, feldspar, china clay, sulfur, selenite, rhodonite, grit, chlorite, cap, manganese, aragonite, brimstone, system, adobe, chalcedony, bleachers, ashes, porcelain clay, AstroTurf, quicklime, dollhouse, terra cotta, frame, balloon, dust, pitchblende, the Great Compromiser, henry clay, coke, garnet, personality, genius, talcum, mica, vermiculite, glauconite, fool's gold, Lucius Clay, trunk, coal, silica, diatomite, ground, brookite, marl, orthoclase, clod, hornblende, bole, construction paper, cobalt, corpse.

Antonyms:
intellect, mind, soul, intelligence, spirit.

Examples of usage:

1) What is the nature of the red clay found at great depths in the Atlantic and Southern Oceans? - "Geology", James Geikie.

2) Who dreamed me in motionless clay? - "Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis", Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma.

3) I think his clay feels grateful for the favor, for it has never been offensive like ordinary flesh. - "The Mystery of the Locks", Edgar Watson Howe.

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