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Spell check of cream

Correct spelling: cream

apricot, mingle, selection, unguent, slam, corps d'elite, plane, skim over, balm, pickaxe, stir in, overpower, froth, buttery, vanquish, prize, buff, azure, ointment, half-and-half, option, glance over, shellac, pride, trounce, alabaster, fat, best, condensed milk, puzzle out, unction, elect, suds, priesthood, bubble, avocado, work, plectron, wallop, caramelized, picking, royalty, skip, drub, bat, cool, illuminati, pick, thick, lick, yellow, knock out, pasteurized, baby-blue, slash, salve, baby oil, thrash, jactitate, weft, blend, elite, flail, defeat, black, astringent, combine, overcome, antiperspirant, baste, choice, foam, prime, toss, A-list, aristocracy, eggshell, chilled, aqua, steamroller, brown, lather, beige, batter, chewy, plectrum, woof, scan, mosh, effervesce, evaporated milk, merge, blue, bluish, smash, biscuit, spume, thresh, pickax, pink, lam, cold cream, crush, work out, intermingle, annihilate, flutter, filling, rake, beat, cleanser, slam dance, lap up, overwhelm, upper crust, better, mix, white, skim off, thresh about, yeast, thrash about, soupy, figure out, smear, aloe vera, lap, milk, flower, heavy cream, amethyst, run down, creamer, fizz, skitter, aquamarine, calorific, top, solve, antiseptic, mix up, tan, bronze, massacre, homogenized, dissolve, blackness, clobber, skim, ivory, crisp, emollient, win, cream off, solid, crispy, convulse, amber, calamine lotion.

hoi polloi, mob, herd, millions, unwashed, masses, multitude, rank and file, commoners.

Examples of usage:

1) The making of native ice cream is quite a task. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

2) He's got the cream o' the practice about here. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

3) " And now," said her soft, gentle voice, " you may take me into the dining room and get me some ice- cream." - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.