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Correct spelling for CAHANGE
We think the word cahange is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for cahange
- Change(Definition of change)
- Carnage(Definition of carnage)
- Hanger(Definition of hanger)
- Hang(Definition of hang)
- Coinage(Definition of coinage)
- Grange(Definition of grange)
- Clanger(Definition of clanger)
- Clang(Definition of clang)
And then what a change there was!
The carnage had been frightful.
Referring for a moment to the above limitation, the weight of the shaft itself will cause it to deflect between the hanger bearings, and the amount of this deflection will depend upon the distance apart of the points of support, or, in other words, of the distance apart of the hanger bearings.
"hang 'em, they'll drive me mad between 'em," thought rolph.
One objection felt by the irish people in general to the patent and the new coinage was founded on the discovery of the fact that wood had agreed to pay a large bribe to the duchess of kendal for her influence in obtaining the patent for him.
George cohan did precisely the same thing in his "hello, broadway"; taking a silly lyric and a melody, he told the audience he was going to make 'em like it; and he did-by "producing it."
Tom returned to the grange furious, and before night had had a worse quarrel with young wurley than with his uncle before him.
On all sides it is acknowledged that the larrikin element is daily increasing, and has already reached, especially in melbourne, proportions which make it threaten to amount to a social clanger within a few years.
Johnnie had never before realized what a clang it made when it was shut.