Common misspellings for clause:
claass, diclouser, cloze, clowser, colaspe, colose, calue, glucse, jelouse, closeer, m'laise, calused, collase, casuse, casuel, clseo, jeolouse, claases, colse, cauyse, colgues, cluse, calous, cauuse, clease, neclase, classs, cllose, closue, closey, causei, classare, coaurse, colese, jeliouse, cluade, clouser, clese, clush, clousere, chelasea, jeloues, claser, calos, calss, calies, caluses, cvlsoe, caeuse, callapse, calapse, carcause, classi, cluase, calus, cofuse, forclouser, cvlose, calse, dclose, casue, claused, closee, clusmy, forcluser, claas, clausew, closuer, cloce, canuse, calages, classife, clsoer, callouse, caouse, clise, callsv, jelouese, glase, claosed, classer, gellouse, coalece, jelaus, jalousey, cloase, forclosue, clousure, coalese, jeleaous, alouse, clouse, colsure, causea, cllas, colapse, collaspe, closser, clairs, causeal, clase, clars, coasue, causse, clames, causul, cclose, coause, cnahce, caese, coalease, cluser, colurse, gealouse, classe, jeluose, clous, cloaser, claues, claseese, calass, cluhouse, clearcase, caluse, classroo, gecause, cluses, fourclouser, causel, caues, couase, jeluse, collasep, cvlass, closse, clische, casul, calso, clours, clats, classey, colluseum, classc, diclose, cloused, lausy, lclass, cllass, blauser, cahse, classm8, jelousey, tclose, gelousey, clsoe, claose, clasy, classa, jalouse, glasse, causa, clset, gelouse, jolouse, callser, cousel, cluess, clapse, colased, clumsey, cauase, forclusre, coulduse, clsoure, calsl, clipse, cluas, coase, jelausy, calws, causer, clais, ccase, causee, clumsie, clauset, cluss, flause, aclose, calyso, faluse, cloas, collusem, colleaues, closur, mecklace, cloose, clubouse, clser, cauise, jelause, clust, ccause, cleasr, causy, cleose, clousre, claasic, cluases, cvase, cvause, clloser, jealuse, glucouse, glcouse, gluose, clourse, csuse, sclaes, calues, classoom, glassey, clasue, blause, clasuse, clice, cleaser, forclouse, clased, clawss, claub, glocuse, calusly, laculose, cloese, classsed, becaluse, caase, cklass, classeoom, classie, classom, caulse, clauss, classt, llase, klause, colappse, callace, classof, classik, caluse1, claus, cloaswe, iclose, clsure, clubsy, glaser, xlause, vlause, dlause, ckause, cpause, clzuse, clsuse, clwuse, clquse, clayse, clahse, clajse, cla8se, cla7se, clauae, clauze, clauxe, claude, clauee, clauwe, clausw, clausd, clausr, claus4, claus3, xclause, cxlause, vclause, cvlause, fclause, cflause, dclause, cdlause, cklause, clkause, cplause, clpause, colause, cloause, clzause, clazuse, clsause, clwause, clawuse, clqause, clayuse, clauyse, clahuse, clauhse, clajuse, claujse, claiuse, clauise, cla8use, clau8se, cla7use, clau7se, clauase, clausae, clauzse, clausze, clauxse, clausxe, claudse, clausde, clauese, clausee, clauwse, clauswe, clausse, clauses, clausre, clauser, claus4e, clause4, claus3e, clause3, lause, lcause, cclause, cllause, claause, clauuse, clause, slause, glause, alause, cnause, cmause, cliuse, cleuse, clcuse, cla5se, claese, claqse, clawse, clatse, clau3e, clauce, claure, clausu, clausm, clausg, c lause, cl ause, cla use, clau se, claus e.
Definition of clause:
- ( grammar) an expression including a subject and predicate but not constituting a complete sentence
- A separate portion of a written paper, paragraph, or sentence; an article, stipulation, or proviso, in a legal document.
- A subordinate portion or a subdivision of a sentence containing a subject and its predicate.
- See Letters clause close, under Letter.
- A separate part of a written composition or document; in grammar, a division of a sentence containing a subject and predicate of its own.
- A sentence or part of a sentence: an article or part of a contract, will, etc.
- Part of a sentence; part of a document.
- A distinct part of a composition, as a paragraph, division, or article.
- A subordinate sentence.
- Part of a complex or a compound sentence; an article, or a distinct part, of a contract, will, agreement, charter, commission, or other writing; stipulation.
- A part shut off; a part or member of a sentence; an article in an agreement; a stipulation in a document.