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Meanings of Caliginous:

adjective

Dark, dim, or misty.

Usage examples:

The caliginous sky

Meanings of Caliginously:

adjective

Dark, dim, or misty.

Usage examples:

The caliginous sky

Meanings of Calili:

proper noun

An industrial city in western colombia; population 2,075,525 (2005).

Meanings of Caliper:

noun

An instrument for measuring external or internal dimensions, having two hinged legs resembling a pair of compasses and in-turned or out-turned points.

Usage examples:

At 2000 h every day, chicks were weighed on the precision balance, and their tarsus length measured…

Calipers

ˈkæl.ɪ.pəz

Meanings of Calipers:

noun

An instrument for measuring external or internal dimensions, having two hinged legs resembling a pair of compasses and in-turned or out-turned points.

Usage examples:

At 2000 h every day, chicks were weighed on the precision balance, and their tarsus length measured…

Caliph

ˈkeɪ.lɪf

Meanings of Caliph:

noun

The chief muslim civil and religious ruler, regarded as the successor of muhammad. the caliph ruled in baghdad until 1258 and then in egypt until the ottoman conquest of 1517; the title was then held by the ottoman sultans until it was abolished in 1924 by atatürk.

Usage examples:

In the 7th century the prophet of islam, muhammad, and his successors, the umayyad caliphs, spread …

Caliphate

ˈkalɪfeɪt

Meanings of Caliphate:

noun

The rule or reign of a caliph or chief muslim ruler.

Usage examples:

The umayyad caliphate in damascus was overthrown by the abbasids

Meanings of Caliphates:

noun

The rule or reign of a caliph or chief muslim ruler.

Usage examples:

The umayyad caliphate in damascus was overthrown by the abbasids

Caliphs

ˈkeɪlɪf

Meanings of Caliphs:

noun

The chief muslim civil and religious ruler, regarded as the successor of muhammad. the caliph ruled in baghdad until 1258 and then in egypt until the ottoman conquest of 1517; the title was then held by the ottoman sultans until it was abolished in 1924 by atatürk.

Usage examples:

In the 7th century the prophet of islam, muhammad, and his successors, the umayyad caliphs, spread …

Meanings of Calisthenical:

adjective

Of a person: skilled or talented in callisthenics; beautiful or graceful in respect of physical movement.

Meanings of Calisthenics:

plural noun

Gymnastic exercises to achieve bodily fitness and grace of movement.

Usage examples:

Three women swung indian clubs while performing callisthenics in unison

Calix

ˈkalɪks

Meanings of Calix:

noun

The sepals of a flower, typically forming a whorl that encloses the petals and forms a protective layer around a flower in bud.

Usage examples:

Similar to the color traits, plant prickles were also evaluated for individual organs including ste…

Meanings of Calk:

noun

A waterproof filler and sealant, used in building work and repairs.

Usage examples:

Use silicone caulk to ensure that you have an all-season moisture seal
verb

Seal (a gap or seam) with caulk.

Usage examples:

Caulk all cracks between the trim and siding or masonry

Meanings of Calked:

verb

Seal (a gap or seam) with caulk.

Usage examples:

Caulk all cracks between the trim and siding or masonry
noun

A waterproof filler and sealant, used in building work and repairs.

Usage examples:

Use silicone caulk to ensure that you have an all-season moisture seal

Meanings of Calking:

verb

Seal (a gap or seam) with caulk.

Usage examples:

Caulk all cracks between the trim and siding or masonry
noun

A waterproof filler and sealant, used in building work and repairs.

Usage examples:

Use silicone caulk to ensure that you have an all-season moisture seal

Meanings of Calks:

noun

A waterproof filler and sealant, used in building work and repairs.

Usage examples:

Use silicone caulk to ensure that you have an all-season moisture seal
verb

Seal (a gap or seam) with caulk.

Usage examples:

Caulk all cracks between the trim and siding or masonry

Meanings of Call a spade a spade:

phrase

Speak plainly without avoiding unpleasant or embarrassing issues.

Usage examples:

It is time to name names and call a spade a spade
idiom

To say the truth about something, even if it is not polite or pleasant

Meanings of Call at:

phrasal verb

Enter a harbor

phrase

(of money lent) repayable on demand.

Usage examples:

The net loan outstanding will stand at us $3.4 million, which remains at call
adverb

Used to describe loans that must be paid in full when the person or organization that has lent the money decides that they want it back

Usage examples:

At call loans/deposit accounts

Meanings of Call back:

phrasal verb

Summon to return

Meanings of Call down:

idiom

Summon into action or bring into existence, often as if by magic

phrasal verb

Cause or provoke someone or something to appear or occur.

Usage examples:

Nothing called down the wrath of nemesis quicker

Meanings of Call forth:

phrasal verb

Evoke or provoke to appear or occur

Call in

kɔːl

Meanings of Call in:

phrasal verb

Summon to enter

Meanings of Call into question:

idiom

Challenge the accuracy, probity, or propriety of

Meanings of Call it a day:

idiom

Stop doing what one is doing

phrase

Decide or agree to stop doing something.

Usage examples:

After three marriages, many men would have been more than ready to call it a day

Meanings of Call it a night:

idiom

To stop what you have been doing in the evening or night, often in order to go to bed

Usage examples:

We left the party and i wanted to call it a night, but martha invited people back for coffee., afte…

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