clera


clera
bouclera
bâclera
cerclera
débouclera
débâclera
décerclera
encerclera
giclera
musclera
raclera
recerclera
recyclera
renâclera

Dictionnaire des rimes. 2013.

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  • Clera — is the society for traditional (musical) instruments of Wales. It was founded by a group of musicians including Stephen Rees, Robin Huw Bowen, Andy McLauchlin (all of Crasdant), Wyn Thomas, Huw Roberts, Llio Rhydderch, Elonwy Wright and Frances… …   Wikipedia

  • clergies — cler·gy || klɜːdʒɪ n. people who work in religious ministry (rabbis, priests, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clergy — cler·gy || klɜːdʒɪ n. people who work in religious ministry (rabbis, priests, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clergyman — cler·gy·man || klÉœrdʒɪmÉ™n / klɜːd n. priest, minister; member of the clergy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clergymen — cler·gy·man || klÉœrdʒɪmÉ™n / klɜːd n. priest, minister; member of the clergy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • cleric — cler·ic || klerɪk n. member of the clergy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clerical — cler·i·cal || klerɪkl adj. of the clergy; bureaucratic, pertaining to the work of clerks …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clericalism — cler·i·cal·ism || klerɪkÉ™lɪzm n. clerical principles; influence of the clergy (in politics, government, etc.) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clerics — cler·ic || klerɪk n. member of the clergy …   English contemporary dictionary

  • clerihew — cler·i·hew || klerɪhjuː n. witty satiric verse containing two rhymed couplets …   English contemporary dictionary


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