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Correct spelling: calcareous

Common misspellings:

calactors, calcadeous, valcareous, calchures, calcwreous, calvareous, cqlcareous, calczreous, calcareohs, calcsreous, capcareous, calroeis, calcar4ous, calcar3ous, calcalus, calcarepus, calcaeeous, cakcareous, cslcareous, calca4eous, calcare9us, calcarrous, caldareous, calcareojs, calcerous, calculous, calcareoys, calcarelus, calca5eous, calcafeous, calcardous, couragerous, calcateous, calxareous, caocareous, xalcareous, healthcares, cliterous, calcarsous, cwlcareous, calcqreous, falcareous, calcarwous, calcarekus, calfareous, czlcareous, calcareius, clcarous, dalcareous, calcare0us.

Examples of usage:

  1. The rocks are calcareous, and most of the paths which traverse this region are excessively stony.  The South of France--East Half by Charles Bertram Black
  2. The oil in this composition, being dissolved by the lime, wholly disappears; and, uniting with the whole of the other ingredients, forms a kind of calcareous soap.  Young's Demonstrative Translation of Scientific Secrets by Daniel Young
  3. In the first place, he says, shells and other marine productions are found all over the surface and in the interior of the dry land; and all calcareous rocks are made up of their remains.  The Rise and Progress of Palaeontology Essay #2 from "Science and Hebrew Tradition" by Thomas Henry Huxley
  4. The amount of calcareous degeneration depends upon the lesions present.  Diseases of the Horse's Foot by Harry Caulton Reeks
  5. The very term recalls the destruction which the earth's crust has suffered, and likewise, perhaps reminds us of the process of cementation, which has connected together, by means of oxyd of iron, or of some argillaceous and calcareous substances, the sometimes rounded and sometimes angular portions of fragments.  COSMOS: A Sketch of the Physical Description of the Universe, Vol. 1 by Alexander von Humboldt
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