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Pronunciation:

[klˈɑːk], [klˈɑːk], [k_l_ˈɑː_k]
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Synonyms for Clerk:

recorder (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Clerk:

  • cleck,
  • cleaqn,
  • cllick,
  • clikck,
  • cleick,
  • calrk,
  • celrk,
  • claok,
  • clrea,
  • cler,
  • clikc,
  • o'clok,
  • clercail,
  • cclear,
  • 6clok,
  • clieck,
  • clkean,
  • wikileak,
  • kilik,
  • claery,
  • crrek,
  • clavearck,
  • caler,
  • coleege,
  • culer,
  • calker,
  • colekt,
  • coleeg,
  • cloke,
  • cleark,
  • cualk,
  • clearl,
  • colege,
  • clery,
  • cdark,
  • clirk,
  • 0clock,
  • claer,
  • clerer,
  • colera,
  • querk,
  • cqueck,
  • jamleck,
  • clcik,
  • lerk,
  • claler,
  • clearng,
  • clerly,
  • clarck,
  • cleart,
  • cleaar,
  • theclergy,
  • clike,
  • caheck,
  • clogg,
  • iclick,
  • clisk,
  • cklick,
  • wlork,
  • o'colck,
  • colak,
  • cleaqr,
  • clauk,
  • cliuck,
  • carlberg,
  • reluk,
  • ckeck,
  • leclerc,
  • clercks,
  • clcok,
  • clerge,
  • clook,
  • clerck,
  • clera,
  • czeck,
  • colck,
  • cliick,
  • glock,
  • cleregy,
  • coleg,
  • caliko,
  • cklear,
  • cleara,
  • clearcoat,
  • clidk,
  • cllege,
  • clerar,
  • clooege,
  • clrear,
  • clerkial,
  • clearr,
  • clearks,
  • clere,
  • clcick,
  • cloock,
  • cwek,
  • clarge,
  • klook,
  • coleque,
  • cloer,
  • clearcut,
  • clivk,
  • clert,
  • clearig,
  • clark2009,
  • glack,
  • cvlick,
  • clser,
  • cleer,
  • cleargy,
  • colegge,
  • cller,
  • cjeck,
  • calgery,
  • cllck,
  • cluick,
  • kleski,
  • claear,
  • clkear,
  • clisck,
  • kirlenko,
  • cleak,
  • clouck,
  • clewar,
  • cleear,
  • clerc,
  • clrek,
  • colegue,
  • clsik,
  • cleae,
  • closck,
  • o'clouk,
  • clkerk,
  • clake,
  • callega,
  • w35qwwqerqw,
  • clark,
  • cleary,
  • clercal,
  • clurk,
  • cleks,
  • clicky,
  • clilck,
  • clkick,
  • closk,
  • cklock,
  • coliky,
  • killerig,
  • dliek,
  • 0'clock,
  • qwerky.

Rhymes for Clerk:

  1. turk, irk, work, jerk, smirk, quirk, cirque, perk, burk, shirk, berk, lurk, burke, murk;
  2. rework, berserk;
  3. overwork;

Quotes for Clerk:

  1. The doctor who applied a stethoscope to my heart was not satisfied. I was told to get my papers with the clerk in the outer hall. I was medically rejected. C. S. Forester.
  2. I think the nine justices think the solicitor general is the 35th clerk Elena Kagan.
  3. And so every one of us in the FBI, I don't care if it's a file clerk someplace or an agent there or a computer specialist, understands that our main mission is to protect the public from another September 11, another terrorist attack. Robert Mueller.

Adjectives for Clerk:

  • dumpy grocery-store,
  • pert, uniformed,
  • middle-aged chief,
  • perspiring portuguese,
  • solemn, baldish,
  • small extraracial,
  • surprisingly young and clean,
  • surprisingly young,
  • ancient and reptilian,
  • idiot redheaded,
  • stuck-up female,
  • discreetly anxious,
  • dim-witted bureaucratic,
  • othe young,
  • once incorruptible,
  • self-important senior,
  • nice well-mannered,
  • elderly postal,
  • foolish and opinionated,
  • stuffy administrative,
  • obedient, cooperative,
  • singularly tall and thin,
  • painstaking and well-bred,
  • needy petty,
  • rayneval, senior,
  • thy dapper,
  • ladylike chief,
  • unmannerly fat,
  • senior and confidential,
  • middle-aged, confidential,
  • perfumed and somewhat rotund,
  • polite senior,
  • anonymous legal,
  • overweight civilian,
  • poverty-stricken, dowdy,
  • obscure, faceless,
  • portly female,
  • anonymous junior,
  • damned postal,
  • pimpled young,
  • overzealous minor,
  • dubious chief,
  • festively attired,
  • elderly confidential,
  • polite english-speaking,
  • painstaking, hard-working,
  • mighty fresh,
  • straightforward, hard-working,
  • original such,
  • bald male,
  • officious junior,
  • extraracial,
  • real principal,
  • uniformed female,
  • efficient chief,
  • fairly incompetent,
  • nice, hard-working,
  • steady, hardworking,
  • slender male,
  • basic intellectual,
  • barely talented,
  • singularly tall,
  • petty commercial,
  • junior medical,
  • somewhat rotund,
  • blue jacketed,
  • young bengali,
  • german postal,
  • young, lanky,
  • small gray-haired,
  • late confidential,
  • equally confidential,
  • calloused old,
  • slightly deaf,
  • single temporary,
  • confidential female,
  • greedy, self-centered,
  • best chief,
  • proper bureaucratic,
  • overly conscientious,
  • old serious,
  • fidential,
  • petulant young,
  • good retail,
  • gaunt, old,
  • occasional silent,
  • quite naked,
  • small sleepy,
  • thin, bespectacled,
  • grim, quiet,
  • last drunken,
  • young junior,
  • solemn, quiet,
  • afterwards chief,
  • supercilious young,
  • suspicious black,
  • unpleasant young,
  • trustworthy old,
  • young, female,
  • short, bald,
  • thin, middle-aged,
  • young cuban,
  • freckled little,
  • dull, boring,
  • officious young,
  • baldish,
  • middle-aged female,
  • pale blonde,
  • young, innocent,
  • blonde young,
  • self-important little,
  • noncommital,
  • good and obedient,
  • completely innocent,
  • false and treacherous,
  • honest, intelligent,
  • gas-station,
  • squeaky-clean,
  • officious little,
  • tall skinny,
  • certain male,
  • attractive female,
  • simoniacal,
  • fourth-grade,
  • poor bloody,
  • little jewish,
  • prim and proper,
  • young blond,
  • same bloody,
  • ancient mexican,
  • shy young,
  • old reliable,
  • flabbergasted,
  • obstinate old,
  • old old,
  • laid-back,
  • thin, pale,
  • baby-faced,
  • thy young,
  • attractive young,
  • bewhiskered,
  • multilingual,
  • young and vigorous,
  • jacketed,
  • young black,
  • tall, gaunt,
  • underage,
  • trumped-up,
  • archival,
  • damned little,
  • cunning old,
  • new young,
  • nice quiet,
  • doggone,
  • opinionated,
  • nineteen-year-old,
  • eager young,
  • sycophantic,
  • fourth or fifth,
  • pakistani,
  • ambassadorial,
  • little fat,
  • jumped-up,
  • parsimonious,
  • gilt-edged,
  • spotty,
  • crestfallen,
  • gossipy,
  • dowdy,
  • goofy,
  • javanese,
  • glib native,
  • discreetly interested,
  • bad, impudent,
  • inexpensive and utterly insignificant,
  • polite and eager,
  • smilingly indulgent,
  • chief common-law,
  • special mail-order,
  • clean chief,
  • unknown and unfortunate,
  • unhappy, pitiable,
  • secretary confidential,
  • all-round postal,
  • undoubtedly crazed,
  • infrequently auxiliary,
  • humble postal,
  • broken-down, half-starved,
  • senior engrossing,
  • thoroughly deferential,
  • slim chief,
  • middle-aged confidential,
  • finally principal,
  • former disheartening,
  • mighty obnoxious,
  • white-haired confidential,
  • businesslike and exemplary,
  • frail municipal,
  • secretive chief,
  • dirty junior,
  • compassionate consular,
  • unscrupulous god-forsaken,
  • knowledgeable and helpful,
  • suddenly genial,
  • persistent and unpleasant,
  • worthy poetical,
  • pompous eighteenth-century,
  • lean and pallid,
  • gloomy chief,
  • shabby middle-aged,
  • seemingly genial,
  • confidential chief,
  • small, juvenile,
  • regular additional,
  • fortunate junior,
  • little craven,
  • dizzy blonde,
  • now fifth,
  • dapper new,
  • polite but sleepy,
  • more uninformed,
  • mere chief,
  • absent municipal,
  • venerable and efficient,
  • able confidential,
  • enraged chief,
  • economic foreign,
  • supercilious male,
  • part-time postal,
  • judicious and diligent,
  • methodical and trustworthy,
  • faint polite,
  • chief and confidential,
  • great and pompous,
  • long chief,
  • old and ridiculous,
  • responsible and confidential,
  • brisk, impersonal,
  • popular chief,
  • seedy, middle-aged,
  • altogether profitable,
  • confidential young,
  • thin, dapper,
  • criminal old,
  • ordinary statistical,
  • new and very young,
  • highly untrustworthy,
  • bright, progressive,
  • thoroughbred old,
  • polite and well-mannered,
  • permanent junior,
  • afterward chief,
  • mere consular,
  • intelligent, well-to-do,
  • same fussy,
  • small respectable,
  • obviously insane,
  • humble but respectable,
  • perfectly able,
  • almost decrepit,
  • efficient postal,
  • last respectable,
  • middle-aged hispanic,
  • little black-bearded,
  • ignorant, poverty-stricken,
  • young and worthy,
  • former confidential,
  • now obsequious,
  • junior junior,
  • little chief,
  • often quaint,
  • french canal,
  • clever and competent,
  • sleepy, stupid,
  • last chief,
  • local junior,
  • ever curious,
  • gentle, white-haired,
  • godless young,
  • able and talented,
  • inarticulate little,
  • heroic and ideal,
  • red-cheeked young,
  • still alert,
  • needy little,
  • little junior,
  • quiet civil,
  • devout and humble,
  • hopelessly incompetent,
  • balding little,
  • admirable and excellent,
  • nice-looking old,
  • young commercial,
  • old, faithful,
  • solid practical,
  • barely literate,
  • exemplary young,
  • poor, downtrodden,
  • once poor,
  • well-mannered young,
  • poor, unknown,
  • five-and-dime,
  • exceedingly intelligent,
  • young and popular,
  • interested young,
  • hulking young,
  • sleepy young,
  • poor dependent,
  • stylish young,
  • rude young,
  • silent and thoughtful,
  • same shabby,
  • idle old,
  • equally notorious,
  • rather supercilious,
  • moderately prosperous,
  • nice sensible,
  • artful young,
  • poor, shabby,
  • severe old,
  • own confidential,
  • studious young,
  • identical little,
  • mere financial,
  • little barefooted,
  • seedy little,
  • awkward young,
  • utterly insignificant,
  • peppery little,
  • somewhat frivolous,
  • exceedingly popular,
  • truly respectable,
  • talkative old,
  • pallid little,
  • little, old-fashioned,
  • fat, middle-aged,
  • polite young,
  • especially valuable,
  • unsurprised,
  • cassocked,
  • superb young,
  • poor, benighted,
  • old, white-haired,
  • saucy young,
  • present popular,
  • coxcombical,
  • untypical,
  • worthy and excellent,
  • beal,
  • drowsy old,
  • yon tall,
  • good-natured young,
  • entry-level,
  • thoroughly honest,
  • weak young,
  • low-paid,
  • lower middle-class,
  • safe-deposit,
  • phthisical,
  • ordinary young,
  • tall, good-looking,
  • highly ornate,
  • mild old,
  • penniless young,
  • single old,
  • old professional,
  • mischievous young,
  • good spanish,
  • once prosperous,
  • lame old,
  • unpunctual,
  • quiet, respectable,
  • private and confidential,
  • adventurous young,
  • valiant little,
  • weak old,
  • amiable old,
  • tall, muscular,
  • wise young,
  • certain rich,
  • grand little,
  • pimpled,
  • noncombatant,
  • delicate young,
  • anxious little,
  • district,
  • snippy,
  • energetic young,
  • tolerable good,
  • severe-looking,
  • weird old,
  • present such,
  • mild little,
  • impudent young,
  • poor but honest,
  • good military,
  • little crooked,
  • awful good,
  • intelligent young,
  • spanish-speaking,
  • newly-created,
  • young irish,
  • newly-appointed,
  • meek little,
  • fussy little,
  • good and wise,
  • dry old,
  • forward-looking,
  • slim young,
  • grave old,
  • good-looking young,
  • common little,
  • little irish,
  • delightful old,
  • thin-lipped,
  • hump-backed,
  • young german,
  • lovelorn,
  • clever young,
  • red-cheeked,
  • roly-poly,
  • own favorite,
  • mail-order,
  • incumbent,
  • foolish old,
  • certain new,
  • own especial,
  • finicky,
  • more cautious,
  • downtrodden,
  • tall, slender,
  • much-abused,
  • ten-year,
  • hispanic,
  • uninformed,
  • anglian,
  • god-forsaken,
  • compliant,
  • public-spirited,
  • shabby old,
  • promising young,
  • own new,
  • indecisive,
  • gay young,
  • communicative,
  • low-class,
  • young female,
  • hard-pressed,
  • improvident,
  • well-educated,
  • jamaican,
  • bible,
  • old italian,
  • innocent little,
  • bright young,
  • skittish,
  • hitherto unknown,
  • third-class,
  • bookish,
  • consumptive,
  • good-hearted,
  • gratis,
  • black-robed,
  • punctured,
  • absent-minded,
  • barefooted,
  • grim old,
  • disheartening,
  • untrustworthy,
  • half-witted,
  • wide-awake,
  • famous old,
  • solicitous,
  • fat old,
  • high-grade,
  • truant,
  • urbane,
  • jocular,
  • privy,
  • dullest,
  • zoological,
  • self-appointed,
  • distraught,
  • psychotic,
  • disloyal,
  • wretched little,
  • unwitting,
  • iranian,
  • able-bodied,
  • praiseworthy,
  • pestilential,
  • craven,
  • unassuming,
  • gallant equestrian,
  • impoverished and timid,
  • stressed-out entry-level,
  • thin, phthisical,
  • dull, threadbare,
  • lovable, old-fashioned,
  • clever arithmetical,
  • fussy chief,
  • competent, responsible,
  • excessively middle-class,
  • polite but excessively middle-class,
  • grave senior,
  • dull punctual,
  • often quaint and interesting,
  • new confidential,
  • erstwhile sallow,
  • longer youngest,
  • little underpaid,
  • still alert and ready,
  • single worn-out,
  • gentle and lusty,
  • poor salaried,
  • english-speaking burmese,
  • now twelfth,
  • veritable respectable,
  • courteous senior,
  • superior chief,
  • favorite junior,
  • insignificant postal,
  • common junior,
  • confidential and chief,
  • lately confidential,
  • young and exceedingly popular,
  • polite native,
  • red-haired junior,
  • sleepy heedless,
  • dried-out little,
  • real officious,
  • ex-confidential,
  • erstwhile junior,
  • flirtatious, handsome,
  • criminal chief,
  • ecstatic and inimical,
  • pint-sized chief,
  • efficient and perpetual,
  • formal and stern,
  • nasty, german,
  • gallant but impudent,
  • wretched and puny,
  • poor, ignoble,
  • eager, hard-working,
  • skinny, blond,
  • grave and slender,
  • merely menial,
  • white-haired chief,
  • poor half-educated,
  • intelligent chinese,
  • dark female,
  • small sallow,
  • diligent and industrious,
  • young, fresh-faced,
  • humble and ignorant,
  • fat red-faced,
  • little antiquated,
  • slim female,
  • best retail,
  • gangling young,
  • good chief,
  • nice polite,
  • modest old,
  • domestic little,
  • obliging young,
  • same efficient,
  • poor, insignificant,
  • poor timid,
  • grocery-store,
  • now chief,
  • more compassionate,
  • young and foolish,
  • small young,
  • poor, hard-working,
  • young chinese,
  • somewhat older,
  • worthy young,
  • respectable young,
  • nervous young,
  • notarial,
  • nearsighted,
  • gaunt old,
  • stout young,
  • second-level,
  • greedy little,
  • pragmatical,
  • half-educated,
  • highly efficient,
  • woebegone,
  • plain little,
  • mousy,
  • well-mannered,
  • dusty old,
  • lower-class,
  • snooty,
  • fresh-faced,
  • inattentive,
  • adulterous,
  • flirtatious,
  • two-bit,
  • foppish,
  • nerveless,
  • clever little,
  • beefy,
  • lowliest,
  • loquacious,
  • sanctimonious,
  • left-handed,
  • unbalanced,
  • rotund,
  • odd-looking,
  • rascal,
  • voluble,
  • prodigal,
  • apologetic,
  • honorary,
  • disgruntled,
  • compassionate,
  • unfortunate junior,
  • dishonest, runaway,
  • principal legislative,
  • little balding,
  • subsequently chief,
  • foreign corresponding,
  • good confidential,
  • mere salaried,
  • intelligent and confidential,
  • human or electronic,
  • actual chief,
  • steady honest,
  • clever and useful,
  • old and confidential,
  • useful and intelligent,
  • blond little,
  • steady young,
  • new senior,
  • obscure young,
  • old, fat,
  • precise little,
  • little gay,
  • dapper young,
  • silent old,
  • old faithful,
  • ex-officio,
  • certain poor,
  • gloomy little,
  • chinless,
  • own chief,
  • french-speaking,
  • young and inexperienced,
  • trigger-happy,
  • other chief,
  • young french,
  • dear good,
  • felonious,
  • real nice,
  • sandy-haired,
  • nice young,
  • black-bearded,
  • bengali,
  • delinquent,
  • crummy,
  • indigent,
  • lethargic,
  • balding,
  • bilious,
  • susceptible,
  • burmese,
  • unpaid,
  • third-rate,
  • panic-stricken,
  • meritorious,
  • unqualified,
  • leaky,
  • gravest,
  • statistical,
  • wireless,
  • well-meaning,
  • listless,
  • disused,
  • eleventh,
  • deformed,
  • sedate,
  • fraudulent,
  • well-trained,
  • middle-class,
  • vigilant,
  • threadbare,
  • own particular,
  • cultured,
  • broken-down,
  • twelfth,
  • gravest and most gloomy,
  • former ministerial,
  • junior spiral,
  • pallid male,
  • typical confidential,
  • witty, young,
  • old french-speaking,
  • domestic or dishonest,
  • politely positive,
  • young and bilious,
  • particularly angular,
  • careless, penniless,
  • female postal,
  • fitting and honest,
  • exact, scrupulous,
  • trustworthy and dependable,
  • yon gentle,
  • yon humble,
  • diligent and faithful,
  • cheery young,
  • brisk young,
  • sober-faced,
  • little chinese,
  • dickensian,
  • almost hysterical,
  • greenest,
  • anemic,
  • highly respectable,
  • arithmetical,
  • knowledgeable,
  • grey-haired,
  • complaisant,
  • fawning,
  • perspiring,
  • half-starved,
  • poverty-stricken,
  • dependable,
  • bashful,
  • seedy,
  • faceless,
  • gray-haired,
  • scrupulous,
  • studious,
  • impoverished,
  • insatiable,
  • needy,
  • armenian,
  • nineteenth-century,
  • scornful,
  • genteel,
  • inexperienced,
  • distressed,
  • crazed,
  • unimportant,
  • old editorial,
  • former junior,
  • languid young,
  • poor, humble,
  • faithful and efficient,
  • tuxedoed,
  • senior and junior,
  • underprivileged,
  • drab little,
  • vain little,
  • fourth-class,
  • first-level,
  • civil-service,
  • overzealous,
  • blase,
  • shaven,
  • queer old,
  • perturbed,
  • menial,
  • inimical,
  • egregious,
  • oratorical,
  • departmental,
  • low-level,
  • insufferable,
  • methodical,
  • gret,
  • blinking,
  • deaf,
  • editorial,
  • bustling,
  • witty,
  • rickety,
  • suave,
  • judicious,
  • drowsy,
  • hysterical,
  • respectable chief,
  • regimental chief,
  • rayneval, chief,
  • `confidential,
  • dead junior,
  • fairly literate,
  • human postal,
  • indolent or incompetent,
  • slightly dazed,
  • new junior,
  • rayneval,
  • new chief,
  • long-time,
  • sedentary,
  • painstaking,
  • wisest,
  • illiterate,
  • dandy,
  • ministerial,
  • decayed,
  • frivolous,
  • alert,
  • dull young,
  • best junior,
  • certain chief,
  • sleek, fat,
  • excellent and admirable,
  • old criminal,
  • ungallant,
  • soft-spoken,
  • stupidest,
  • deferential,
  • red-haired,
  • good-looking,
  • enterprising,
  • idiot,
  • crafty,
  • virtuous,
  • garrulous, enthusiastic,
  • old confidential,
  • pert young,
  • common-law,
  • tall young,
  • gangling,
  • young male,
  • rental,
  • all-night,
  • clinical,
  • demure,
  • dazed,
  • attentive,
  • helpful,
  • skinny,
  • swedish,
  • capable,
  • skilful,
  • guilty,
  • unlucky,
  • tall, pale,
  • stupid young,
  • bespectacled,
  • overnight,
  • affable,
  • unoccupied,
  • lanky,
  • taller,
  • trustworthy,
  • nimble,
  • economical,
  • courteous,
  • zealous,
  • conscientious,
  • impudent,
  • shorter,
  • swiss,
  • worthy old,
  • literate,
  • other young,
  • handsome young,
  • talkative,
  • eldest,
  • interested,
  • hapless,
  • skilled,
  • timid,
  • old senior,
  • pale little,
  • colombian,
  • part-time,
  • garrulous,
  • full-time,
  • spurious,
  • industrious,
  • secular,
  • blond,
  • criminal,
  • lean,
  • former chief,
  • wilted,
  • wide-eyed,
  • regimental,
  • indolent,
  • meager,
  • outdoor,
  • responsible,
  • municipal,
  • aforesaid,
  • insignificant,
  • sleek,
  • black and meager,
  • anxious, dark-haired,
  • little, thin,
  • uninterested,
  • retail,
  • dark-haired,
  • sympathetic,
  • retrieval,
  • poor young,
  • english-speaking,
  • imperturbable,
  • impatient,
  • competent,
  • cunning,
  • dapper little,
  • obsequious,
  • fussy,
  • worn-out,
  • indifferent,
  • poor old,
  • poor little,
  • shabby,
  • drunken,
  • sallow,
  • officious,
  • white-haired,
  • meanest,
  • genial,
  • anxious,
  • underpaid,
  • white-coated,
  • pallid,
  • boredly unsympathetic,
  • unsympathetic,
  • second-class,
  • runaway,
  • faithful old,
  • diligent,
  • hospital,
  • inferior,
  • able,
  • busy,
  • incompetent,
  • consular,
  • red-faced,
  • hard-working,
  • commercial,
  • smart young,
  • uniformed,
  • humblest,
  • subordinate,
  • obscure,
  • legal,
  • supercilious,
  • dapper,
  • first-class,
  • elder,
  • intelligent,
  • chinese,
  • unhappy,
  • younger,
  • salaried,
  • additional,
  • temporary,
  • lowest,
  • old chief,
  • penniless,
  • careless,
  • dishonest,
  • corresponding,
  • youthful,
  • obliging,
  • unfortunate,
  • fat,
  • engrossing,
  • wretched,
  • fourth,
  • expectant,
  • solitary,
  • efficient,
  • middle-aged,
  • respectable,
  • youngest,
  • civilian,
  • polite,
  • late,
  • excellent,
  • male,
  • native,
  • honest,
  • minor,
  • petty,
  • sleepy,
  • faithful,
  • worthy,
  • humble,
  • postal,
  • female,
  • principal,
  • former,
  • mere,
  • poor,
  • senior,
  • junior,
  • confidential,
  • chief.
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