Correct spelling for CARGE

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Possible correct spellings for carge

  • Cargo(Definition of cargo)
  • I obtained it, even now, only by promising to bring over another cargo of british gunpowder, to fight the yankees with."

  • Cadge(Definition of cadge)
  • Thought i'd blow in on the chance of finding you at home this beastly afternoon and cadge a cup of tea....

  • Large(Definition of large)
  • A large quantity of military stores fell into morgan's hands, and was destroyed.

  • Cagey(Definition of cagey)
  • "oh, the rainmakers (doctors) are always cagey about giving real information until a man's dead," declared the turnback sagely.

  • Charge(Definition of charge)
  • No. jeff told me she was in charge of the diningroom.

  • Care(Definition of care)
  • Women are a little less noisy in their quarrels, and little more ingenious, but that is as far as i should care to generalise.

    At once his open arms embraced the pair, Was never group more blest in this wide world of care.

    – Gertrude of Wyoming by Thomas Campbell
  • Jorge
  • You must know, don jorge, that he is one of two priests who officiate at a large village at some slight distance from this place.

  • Barge(Definition of barge)
  • As he drew near the lantern, he saw indeed that they were on the edge of a canal, wherein lay a long black barge, with a boy on horseback waiting on the tow-path, a little ahead of it.

  • Marge(Definition of marge)
  • The terrace led up on three sides from the marge of the height to the great portals.

  • Corgi
  • The da vinci code, uk: corgi adult, april 2004, isbn 0-552-14951-9 .

  • Carve(Definition of carve)
  • They wandered and explored for about half an hour up and down the bank, finding nothing but a few haw-berries, some sumach leaves, and a pocket full of acorns which gertie was taking back to carol to carve into dishes, for her.

  • Gauge(Definition of gauge)
  • "one of the gyards is loadin' a ten-gauge greener-a whole mouthful of buckshot in each shell.

  • Gorge(Definition of gorge)
  • Pierre was left to the loneliness of the gorge.

  • Cage(Definition of cage)
  • Like the tamed bird which flies from its cage, and after wandering a short time, is glad to return to its home and reassume its perch, so did i consider it would be the case with the sultan.

    The world is a cage We can never escape --and I scream Day After Day, Day after Day My life is a page

    – Day After Day by state of shock
  • Gage(Definition of gage)
  • Gage knew too well that others of the companies were thoroughly disaffected.

  • Sarge
  • Beetle bailey: advanced planning (1990) beetle bailey: sarge is a dope!

  • Cake(Definition of cake)
  • And you shall have a buckwheat cake better than mother used to make, and sirup from the maple wood- not a vile sorghum "just as good."