Common misspellings for Clemente:

xlemente, vlemente, flemente, dlemente, ckemente, cpemente, coemente, clwmente, clsmente, cldmente, clrmente, cl4mente, cl3mente, clenente, clekente, clejente, clemwnte, clemsnte, clemdnte, clemrnte, clem4nte, clem3nte, clemebte, clemejte, clemehte, clemenre, clemenye, clemen6e, clemen5e, clementw, clementd, clement4, clement3, xclemente, cxlemente, vclemente, cvlemente, fclemente, cflemente, dclemente, cdlemente, cklemente, clkemente, cplemente, clpemente, colemente, cloemente, clwemente, clewmente, clsemente, clesmente, cldemente, cledmente, clremente, clermente, cl4emente, cle4mente, cl3emente, cle3mente, clenmente, clemnente, clekmente, clemkente, clejmente, clemjente, clemwente, clemewnte, clemsente, clemesnte, clemdente, clemednte, clemrente, clemernte, clem4ente, cleme4nte, clem3ente, cleme3nte, clemebnte, clemenbte, clememnte, clemenmte, clemejnte, clemenjte, clemehnte, clemenhte, clemenrte, clementre, clemenfte, clementfe, clemengte, clementge, clemenyte, clementye, clemen6te, clement6e, clemen5te, clement5e, clementwe, clementew, clementse, clementes, clementde, clemented, clementer, clement4e, clemente4, clement3e, clemente3, lemente, clmente, clemnte, lcemente, celmente, clmeente, cleemnte, clemnete, clemetne, clemenet, cclemente, cllemente, cleemente, clemmente, clemeente, clemennte, clementte, clementee, clemente, slemente, klemente, glemente, alemente, blemente, Cdemente, Chemente, Cnemente, Cmemente, Clumente, Clmmente, Clamente, Clgmente, Cle-ente, Cleeente, Cleiente, Cleoente, Clelente, Clemunte, Clemmnte, Clemante, Clemgnte, Cleme.te, Clemefte, Clemelte, Clemeote, Clemen4e, Clemenpe, Clemenue, Clementu, Clementm, Clementa, c lemente, cl emente, cle mente, clem ente, cleme nte, clemen te, clement e.

Usage examples for Clemente

  1. " You were not expected last night," said Don Clemente to Noemi.  The Saint by Antonio Fogazzaro Commentator: William Roscoe Thayer
  2. Don Clemente, Don Clemente!  The Saint by Antonio Fogazzaro Commentator: William Roscoe Thayer
  3. San Clemente, who was attending the Diet at Ratisbon, was shocked at the scenes he witnessed.  History of the United Netherlands, 1594 by John Lothrop Motley
  4. They simply answered his imperial Majesty by a communication of certain intercepted correspondence between- the King of Spain and his ambassador at Vienna, San Clemente, through which it was satisfactorily established that any negotiation would prove as gigantic a comedy on the part of Spain as had been the memorable conferences at Ostend, by which the invasion of England had been masked.  Project Gutenberg History of The Netherlands, 1555-1623, Complete by John Lothrop Motley