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Correct spelling for CAHAEAN

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Possible correct spellings for cahaean

  • Chicken(Definition of chicken)
  • Pale as wixy was, he turned still paler when philo gubb mentioned the chicken.

  • Can(Definition of can)
  • How can i know it?

    I try to activate myself the best I can So that boredom won't catch up with me, I've got my daily plan

    – Twenty Two by millencolin
  • Common(Definition of common)
  • They just married common bodies and left me!

  • Canoe(Definition of canoe)
  • A canoe got upset in the shallow water up there on the wisdom, and wet everything in it.

  • Chin(Definition of chin)
  • Mr. norman's chin seemed suddenly to grow inches longer.

  • Achaean
  • I am sorry, seward, for the achaean chiefs who had to drink @daitron@-that is all. i had hoped that they helped themselves.

  • Canon(Definition of canon)
  • Came(Definition of Came)
  • If so, how came it yonder?

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • About half-an-hour after their halt, the little glade presented a picture somewhat as follows:-near its edge stood a small canvas tent, like a white cone or pyramid.

  • Cannon(Definition of cannon)
  • The sailors burned the houses, and carried off the plunder and the cannon to their boats, while david carried away a monkey as his prize.

  • Canyon(Definition of canyon)
  • I tried to find my way down again, but the best i could do was to reach the verge of a cliff, from which i could see the canyon.

  • Cane(Definition of cane)
  • His trousers appear a size too large for him, his hat sets too far down, his hands are long and thin upon the head of his cane.

  • Chain(Definition of chain)
  • Between two opposite points of these precipices is a chain 745 ft.

  • Chosen(Definition of chosen)
  • Unless he'd chosen yourself, laura, i suppose?

  • Communion(Definition of communion)
  • While this frightful and most presumptuous notion had possession of me, i looked upon my dear and excellent mother-ay, and, to my bitter sorrow, treated her too, as a being almost unworthy of communion with me!

  • Casino(Definition of casino)
  • The "madame" of the shop in the galerie charles trois had earnestly recommended this gown and this hat for dinner and the casino; therefore mary was sure that her costume must be as suitable as it was beautiful, and that she was quite "in the picture," in this magnificent room.

  • Cocaine(Definition of cocaine)
  • Until the passage of the laws druggists were permitted to sell cocaine, morphine and opium to any purchaser.

  • Come(Definition of come)
  • "you mustn't come here.

  • Cinnamon(Definition of cinnamon)
  • After a while, put in some sticks of cinnamon bruised and a few cloves.

  • Con(Definition of con)
  • St. con., 869; pres.

  • Coin(Definition of coin)
  • He took the coin smilingly, and went away, but he did not return.

  • Cuisine(Definition of cuisine)
  • In its advertisement, it described itself as "a supper-club for after-theatre dining and dancing," adding that "large and spacious, and sumptuously appointed," it was "one of the town's wonder-places, with its incomparable dance-floor, enchanting music, cuisine, and service de luxe."

  • China(Definition of china)
  • On behalf of his companions, the china marble who had first spoken, willingly agreed to the terms, and called upon the bright glass marble to speak first.

  • Cinema(Definition of cinema)
  • "your mr. edwards," i began calmly enough, "may be like the cinema actor: the two may be as like each other as makes no difference-but you are not going."

  • Cousin(Definition of cousin)
  • "you must tell us all about russia, cousin paul," she said, when her father and mother were gone.

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