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Correct spelling for CCESSION

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Possible correct spellings for ccession

  • Chicken(Definition of chicken)
  • The chicken had dropped pretty close to them.

  • Can(Definition of can)
  • What can i do now?

  • Common(Definition of common)
  • I had no idea-at least i did not understand-" "that i had so much common-sense?"

  • Canoe(Definition of canoe)
  • Then what did you mean by saying we reckoned our canoe was too full?

  • Chin(Definition of chin)
  • He was a very remarkable man in appearance; stout, with a long face, and a scar on his chin.

  • Accession(Definition of accession)
  • The mark had been made for me and the door flung open; the passage, gathering up all the elements of the troubled time, had been itself a scene, quite enough of one, and i had become aware with it of a rich accession of possibilities.

  • Canon(Definition of canon)
  • But he was not then a dean, or even a canon or a reader at lincoln's inn, but simply a country clergyman.

  • Came(Definition of Came)
  • All the little listers came.

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • And then, as though his cry had been a signal, the great cone began to move.

  • Cannon(Definition of cannon)
  • Without the report of the cannon no one would be able to tell when the day ended and the night began.

  • Canyon(Definition of canyon)
  • From which it was evident that to chase a lion bound into the canyon and one bound out were two different things.

  • Cane(Definition of cane)
  • "that's himself going there," she added, indicating an unkempt figure limping painfully along the road with the help of a heavy cane.

  • Chain(Definition of chain)
  • Now i'll take off that chain.

  • Chosen(Definition of chosen)
  • Is it not clear that he has chosen?"

  • Communion(Definition of communion)
  • She took her food and medicine from my hand; and i received my first communion with her on the day she died.

  • Casino(Definition of casino)
  • That free round trip ought to be big casino for him.

  • Cocaine(Definition of cocaine)
  • Next, the general line of legislation in the interest of the health of the public, such as pure food and drug laws, and examination for trade or professional licenses; and finally laws protecting the individual against himself, such as liquor and anti-cigarette or anti-cocaine laws.

  • Come(Definition of come)
  • Well, of course, i want 'im to come.

  • Cinnamon(Definition of cinnamon)
  • Hot things should always as soon as possible be united to cold things, so as to restore the proper balance-" "and there's some heavenly stuff called cinnamon-toast-hot, you know, but if you have ice-cream at the same time it won't matter," said anna-felicitas, hanging up his hat for him.

  • Con(Definition of con)
  • Let us now begin a regular question and answer-a little pro and con; letting it interfere as a pleasant method of my coming at your favourite little wants and enjoyments, that i may meet them in a way befitting a brother.

    You're just a feeble con I know what's goin' on

    – Too Late, Too Late by motorhead
  • Coin(Definition of coin)
  • "for which i will pay you well," i replied, taking a coin from my pocket.

  • Cuisine(Definition of cuisine)
  • In endeavouring to analyse the charm of these delightful letters, we may suggest that they gain their special flavour from his talent for compounding them, like a skilful chef de cuisine, out of various materials or intellectual condiments assorted and dexterously blended.

  • China(Definition of china)
  • So i shall try china.

  • Cinema(Definition of cinema)
  • There's a sparrow-hawk's nest in the next tree, and i want to take pictures of it; only i knew the clicking of the cinema business would scare them away probably for hours, so i made a little mechanical contrivance that would go on clicking and let them get used to the noise, so that they'd take no notice when i really went to work.

  • Cousin(Definition of cousin)
  • Look again, cousin roger."

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