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Possible correct spellings for cantury

  • Cantor(Definition of cantor)
  • There was silence, broken at last by lieutenant cantor asking: "may i make a suggestion, sir?"

  • Contour(Definition of contour)
  • For all his massiveness of contour and boisterous manner of speech, i felt that this new-made friend of mine had a warm heart.

  • Canary(Definition of canary)
  • In a few minutes, a lovely little coach, made of glass, with lining as soft as whipped cream and chocolate pudding, and stuffed with canary feathers, pulled out of the stable.

  • Can't(Definition of Can't)
  • "i can't tell you anything, mrs. carswell," he answered.

  • Candy(Definition of candy)
  • Some took flour, and some chose bright ornaments for their wives, and others took candy, and one man got a talking-machine.

  • Canters
  • Canters deli is a jewish-style delicatessen, opened in 1931 in boyle heights, and later moved to the fairfax district of los angeles, california, near the border of west hollywood, where it is now.

  • Canter(Definition of canter)
  • Mutineer checked his great racing stride, broke to a canter; dropped to a trot; altered that to a walk, and stopped.

  • January(Definition of january)
  • Cant(Definition of cant)
  • It was a stout staff of ash tipped with a steel nose and provided with a hook of steel; it was the flagg cant dog.

  • Har-De-Hars
  • Basser
  • The current dean of basser college is mr james hardiman.

  • Gantry
  • "i've been thinking," gantry added, "what a beautiful mix-up we should have if the senator and his son should both conclude to pull out and get together at the last moment."

  • Century(Definition of century)
  • It is only once perhaps in a century that fire comes to a large city as it comes to the little wooden town like mariposa as a great terror of the night.

  • Gentry(Definition of gentry)
  • In february a petition in favour of those ministers who refused to subscribe was presented to the king by some of the gentry of northamptonshire.

  • Candour(Definition of candour)
  • I felt with a sort of shame, that candour and warmth of feeling were what i had not expected from him.

  • Nature(Definition of nature)
  • Pantry(Definition of pantry)
  • Capture(Definition of capture)
  • Filled with fear of capture, she groped her way still farther back in the dark.

  • Canto(Definition of canto)
  • Purgatorio: canto v i had already from those shades departed, and followed in the footsteps of my guide, when from behind, pointing his finger at me, one shouted: "see, it seems as if shone not the sunshine on the left of him below, and like one living seems he to conduct him."

  • Canterbury(Definition of canterbury)
  • 27 augustine, st., archbishop of canterbury, i.

  • Country(Definition of country)
  • I have been in dublin, and heard no country news.

  • Canute
  • The code of canute the great is one of the most moderate, equitable, and full, of any of the old collections.

  • Cannery(Definition of cannery)
  • The worlds of fashion and of the fine arts also assenting, the captain goes on: down in south harvey to-day; kind o' dirty down there; looks kind of smoky and tin cannery, and woe-begone, like that class of people always looks, but 'y gory, girls, it's just as much spring down there as it is up here, only more so!

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