Correct spelling for CACEDE

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Possible correct spellings for cacede

  • Cite(Definition of cite)
  • The inquisitor-general received full powers to cite, arrest, imprison, torture heretics without observing the ordinary forms of law, and to cause his sentences to be executed without appeal.

  • Cast(Definition of cast)
  • He had his chance, and cast it away.

  • Accede(Definition of accede)
  • The nobles were checkmated, and they were glad to accede to a treaty which gave them ample spoils, and louis, time to recover himself.

  • Cooked(Definition of cooked)
  • Come along, new boy, and lay your nose against old dicksy's left, and your left eye against his right, and then he'll smooth your cheeks over and lay you on the boards, and by that time i think you'll be about cooked."

  • Co-Host
  • On march 5, 2007, as the show entered its 17th year, co-host johnny magic announced that doc was moving on.

  • Cheat(Definition of cheat)
  • You see if it don't cheat us too, and run away.

  • Caused
  • "it has caused me great pain," he wrote to a friend, "but though my name is not now in the family tree, it can be found in the lamb's book of life."

  • Coyote(Definition of coyote)
  • I'll start tonight when i am sure that old man coyote is nowhere around, and i won't tell a soul where i am going."

  • Coat(Definition of coat)
  • But, papa, what about a dress-coat?"

  • Custody(Definition of custody)
  • I had told joseph-but not gabriel-about my temporary custody of lady ellersdeane's jewels, and he knew where they were safely deposited at the bank-in a certain small safe in the strong room, of which he had a duplicate key.

  • Cat(Definition of cat)
  • I-i'm as nervous as a-a cat!

  • City(Definition of city)
  • Could 'lena be in the city?

  • Cost(Definition of cost)
  • I had not long to wait, however, before i found out to my cost what was wrong.

  • Chest(Definition of chest)
  • There was nothing in the plate-chest but what gabriel expected to find there.

  • Cut(Definition of cut)
  • I was certain that it had not been cut.

  • Coast(Definition of coast)
  • She looked forward to seeing the coast of africa and the land of calabar.

  • Cute(Definition of cute)
  • And all this flashed back on me when nettie and i stood there watching this cute little banjo.

  • Chat(Definition of chat)
  • Next winter you will be in passy, i hope,-and from time to time we can have a good chat.

  • Code(Definition of code)
  • What, for instance, were the features of its criminal code?

  • Caught(Definition of Caught)
  • He caught her hands again.

  • Checked(Definition of checked)
  • His lips opened to say something, but he checked himself suddenly.