de clares

[ dih-klair ]SEE DEFINITION OF de clares

Synonyms for de clares | as inobserve

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Antonyms for de clares | as inobserve

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Synonyms for de clares | as inopine

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Antonyms for de clares | as inopine

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Synonyms for de clares | as inpass

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Antonyms for de clares | as inpass

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Synonyms for de clares | as inspeak out/speak up

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Antonyms for de clares | as inspeak out/speak up

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Synonyms for de clares | as inthrow out

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Antonyms for de clares | as inthrow out

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Synonyms for de clares | as inspeak up

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Synonyms for de clares | as inpredicate

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Antonyms for de clares | as inpredicate

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Synonyms for de clares | as inaver

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Antonyms for de clares | as inaver

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Synonyms for de clares | as inblazon

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Antonyms for de clares | as inblazon

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Synonyms for de clares | as inpredicate

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Synonyms for de clares | as intoot

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Synonyms for de clares | as inannunciate

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Antonyms for de clares | as inannunciate

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Synonyms for de clares | as indepone

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Antonyms for de clares | as indepone

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Synonyms for de clares | as income out with

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Antonyms for de clares | as income out with

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Synonyms for de clares | as inevince

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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DE CLARES

He was the head of the de Clares, and they held Bletchingley for eight generations.

On one of the cusps are to be traced the chevrons of the De Clares, and another bears a lion rampant.

Beyond the fact that it was the tomb of a relation of the De Clares nothing definite can be said.

The bodies of the De Clares lie below the choir pavement, almost in a line with these two windows.

An ancient musical instrument, a badge, apparently, of the De Clares.

That I have been making a most egregious fool of myself, sir,” replied I, “with respect to the de Clares.

Gilbert was the last male of the stout old line of De Clares.