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Possible correct spellings for caroyn

  • Carbon(Definition of carbon)
  • His spear gun belched carbon dioxide, and the deadly spear ripped into the leg of one frogman.

  • Canon(Definition of canon)
  • How was canon lasher?

  • Groan(Definition of groan)
  • The wretched man has started up from his seat, his face petrified with nameless fear, a hollow groan breaks from his lips; with one desperate leap he springs upon the table; with a second one he endeavors to reach the door over the heads of those sitting nearest to him.

  • Carny
  • Some people never really adjusted to carny life-where everybody knows everything.

  • Crown(Definition of crown)
  • In crown 8vo, bound in cloth, 4s.

  • Cranny(Definition of cranny)
  • All because a cranny of the skull, about the size of a thimble, is not large enough for their dominating gland.

  • Carom(Definition of carom)
  • He passed the evening in the sitting-room, in company with his father and mother and sisters, and even controlled his impatience to the extent of playing a game of carom with nell; but he grew so nervous and impatient at last that his sister gave up the game in disgust and left him to his own amusement.

  • Corona(Definition of corona)
  • Find the northern crown, corona borealis, r. a. 15h.

  • Carry(Definition of carry)
  • 12,788. do you not get enough money at settling time to carry you on for two or three months?

  • Creon
  • Creon carried out his will, but lost his son haemon and his wife eurydice, and received their curses on his head.

  • Crony(Definition of crony)
  • In the other room where the telegraph blanks were littered in confusion all about the floor, he ran into a crony whose chief sore point was athelstan king, loathing him as some men loathe pickles or sardines, for no real reason whatever, except that they are what they are.

  • Barony(Definition of barony)
  • With this object in view they petitioned the queen regent of scotland, mary of lorraine, for the royal sanction and assistance; and succeeded as far as to get leith erected into a burgh of barony, a preparatory step to its being raised to the independence of a burgh royal.

  • Karin
  • Karin unpacked her basket in a hurry.

  • Karyn
  • Carmichael's feature-length screenplay, arrow, was named to nyus 2013 purple list of best production-ready screenplays by a panel of judges that included peter dinklage, karyn kusama, and james belfer.

  • Carina(Definition of carina)
  • Carina, triangular, rather narrow, internally deeply concave, very slightly curled inwards; basal margin protuberant, with a large central portion considerably hollowed out.

  • Carob(Definition of carob)
  • The carob and the lotus are also found.

  • Carey
  • "i've nae objections," answered carey.

  • Capon(Definition of capon)
  • He was no longer hungry, but senora petra insisted upon his seating himself near her couch and eating a capon, while he told his story.

  • Carrion(Definition of carrion)
  • These two were large fellows, and were making speedily towards the carrion, in order to get up before it was all gone.

  • Groyne
  • He entered himself on board the duke, captain gibson commander, being one of the two ships of twenty-four guns and one hundred men which were fitted out by the merchants of bristol for the service of spain, which they had no sooner done, but they were ordered by their agents at bristol to sail for the groyne to receive their orders.

  • Carol(Definition of carol)
  • "carol would feel stronger in the summer-time;" or, "she would be better when she had spent a year in the country;" or, "she would outgrow it;" or, "they would try a new physician;" but by and by it came to be all too sure that no physician save one could make carol strong again, and that no "summer-time" nor "country air," unless it were the everlasting summer-time in a heavenly country, could bring back the little girl to health.

  • Baron(Definition of baron)
  • "of course you have heard, baron," said the hostess, "that in his outrage here-here, in park lane!

  • Karen
  • The maid karen showed only one injury, a smashing blow on the head, probably from the head of the axe.

  • Carolyn
  • She did not like to ask carolyn, but perhaps she could manage to bring up the subject with peggy, or some of the other girls, when she knew who were invited.

  • Aron
  • Also present were j. lee rankin, general counsel; melvin aron eisenberg, assistant counsel; norman redlich, assistant counsel; william d. krimer, and leon i. gopadze, interpreters; and john m. thorne, attorney for mrs. lee harvey oswald.

  • Caring(Definition of caring)
  • I was below the castle inn at the time, and not caring to pass the windows with those deadly barrels peeping out i turned down high street, and walked through the town.

  • Cartoon(Definition of cartoon)
  • By sir john tenniel 464 sketch for the cartoon "will it burst?"

  • Crone(Definition of crone)
  • Whereupon abu al-hasan cried out and said to her, "o ill-omened crone, wilt thou contradict me and tell me that i am not the prince of true believers?

  • Croon(Definition of croon)
  • Low but resonant chords sounded on the heavier strings of a guitar, while above them, upon the lighter wires, rippled a slender, tinkling melody that wooed the slumberer to a delicious half-wakefulness, as dreamily, as tenderly, as the croon of rain on the roof soothes a child to sleep.

  • Cary
  • She told me she was waiting for alice cary, and had run down the back stairs to look for her dog, misery, who she thought had probably sneaked down to the kitchen.

  • Carton(Definition of carton)
  • Mr. carton was shabbily dressed, and did not appear to be quite sober.

  • Charon(Definition of charon)
  • It was evening, and pelopidas and his friends with him in the house, were putting themselves into a fit posture for action, having their breastplates on already, and their swords girt: but at the sudden knocking at the door, one stepping forth to inquire the matter, and learning from the officer that charon was sent for by the polemarchs, returned in great confusion and acquainted those within; and all immediately conjectured that the whole plot was discovered, and they should be cut in pieces, before so much as achieving any action to do credit to their bravery; yet all agreed that charon should obey, and attend the polemarchs, to prevent suspicion.

  • Groin(Definition of groin)
  • Ventrolateral glands well developed, reaching axilla and groin and narrowly separated on chest.

  • Carson
  • But sir edward carson in those days was making himself very disagreeable in the house of commons and mr. asquith, as usual, followed the line of least resistance.

  • Grown(Definition of grown)
  • 85 55. fruit grown in a new country is often fair .

  • Crayon(Definition of crayon)
  • Prochnow handled his brushes with the same firmness and confidence that he had shown in handling his crayon.

  • Aaron(Definition of aaron)
  • At the time of the exodus moses was 80, aaron, 83. mishael, elzaphan, and korah were their first cousins.

  • Careen(Definition of careen)
  • Hi'm a-goin' to myke the coast to careen.

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