Correct spelling for CADIA

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Possible correct spellings for cadia

  • Coyote
  • I'm as hungry as any coyote.

  • City
  • A policeman: pass through the city.

  • Cheat
  • You're a cheat-you're a swindler, jack-a-dandy!

  • Chat
  • After supper we were all enjoying a social chat before a blazing grate in the dining-room, and i was sitting near the kitchen door, that was ajar, where were their slaves in hearing.

  • Cooked
  • "i hope you had a stenographer at the dictograph when the mayor and your uncle cooked up their little deal," he continued.

  • Cute
  • Cute little country sausages, buckwheat cakes that would melt in your mouth, with strained honey to go on 'em.

  • Acadia
  • In june, 1691, received from the french king a commission as governor of acadia, with promises of assistance in supplies, funds, and men.

  • Chest
  • His back was bowed, his head hung forward on his chest, his hands lay on his knees, as if the arms to which they were attached were limp and weary.

  • Caught
  • Balsamides was already standing, and paul caught at his hand.

  • Code
  • Little by little the two parties, the rich and the poor, grew to hate each other so much that it was decided that a new code or set of laws should be made, and that they should be obeyed by all alike.

  • Custody
  • Matilda told him the whole history of gamwell feast, and of their battle on the bridge, which had its origin in a design of the sheriff of nottingham to take one of the foresters into custody.

  • Caused
  • Or that herodias caused john the baptist to be slain?...

  • Cost
  • "i suppose it would cost more," westover answered jackson's conjecture.

  • Cast
  • That cast the first glow of light.

    The heralds of the past The winds of a history cast

    – Revolt by borknagar
  • Coat
  • They stripped off his coat and picked his pockets.

  • Cut
  • I will cut your ears."

  • Cite
  • "allow me to cite a genuine german production, which johann wolfgang goethe has written.

  • Coast
  • The blockade of the german coast was at an end.

  • Cat
  • The sun kept getting hotter and hotter, and the farmer's big cat kept getting warmer and warmer.

    Because a cat's the only cat Who knows were it's at

    – Everybody Wants To Be A Cat by disney
  • Co-Host
  • Amber also serves as co-host for the network’s coverage at the nhls signature events and exclusive programming.

  • Checked
  • He was first checked in his triumphant career by gen.