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Correct spelling for CCHAIAN

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Possible correct spellings for cchaian

  • Chicken(Definition of chicken)
  • And when the chicken don't come back, ain't she goin' to guess something happened to the chicken?"

  • Can(Definition of can)
  • "wal," ses i, "i don't know as i can tell.

    'Cause somewhere inside I don't think I can And all I've ever wanted Is someone to love and to live like a man

    – Try by Bebo Norman
  • Common(Definition of common)
  • In view of these facts it must have required no common effrontery on the part of cranstoun to disown his wife and child, as he did in the following year.

  • Canoe(Definition of canoe)
  • "and now," said my friend, "if you will work your canoe carefully around to that old balsam top and get the light where you can see the bottom, you may see some large trout."

  • Chin(Definition of chin)
  • Hatch rubbed his chin thoughtfully.

  • Achaian
  • But hector was confident that on the next day he would be able to destroy the achaian host and fleet, and so end the war.

  • Canon(Definition of canon)
  • So have i. the canon wants to.

  • Came(Definition of Came)
  • Then out he came once more, and went into anthony's own room.

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • The silence was deathlike and the occasional crunching of a cone under their feet startled them as they groped their way in the heavy darkness.

  • Cannon(Definition of cannon)
  • Champlain caused the island to be fortified as soon as possible, and surrounded it with a platform, upon which cannon were placed pointing in every direction.

  • Canyon(Definition of canyon)
  • Promptly the echoes of the canyon were awakened by the youth's laughter.

  • Cane(Definition of cane)
  • All about them the tall cane whispered in the wind.

  • Chain(Definition of chain)
  • His watch and chain and pin were all right."

  • Chosen(Definition of chosen)
  • "well," said peter, "of course i'm very much pleased to have been chosen, but i wish it could have been done with less hard feeling."

  • Communion(Definition of communion)
  • Instead of the freedom and union which were in the early church, we find in the roman catholic communion union, but no freedom; in the protestant churches freedom, but no union.

  • Casino(Definition of casino)
  • Etretat, seine-injerieure:-a young fellow on the casino terrace this evening caught my eye, looked at me queerly, and passed on.

  • Cocaine(Definition of cocaine)
  • The result of monday's checking of the opium and cocaine showed that the seizure amounted to 778 tins of opium, 670 ounces of cocaine and 16 ounces of morphine.

  • Come(Definition of come)
  • Come up right away...."

  • Cinnamon(Definition of cinnamon)
  • These colors, scents, and forms moved victor markedly, for the reason that in la crescent, as a child, he had been accustomed to visit a gaunt old woman, the path to whose door led through cinnamon roses, balsam, tiger-lilies, sweet-william, bachelor-buttons, pinks, holly-hocks, and the like-a wonderland to him then-a strange and haunting pleasure now as he walked these graveled ways and mingled the memories of the old with the vivid impressions of the new.

  • Con(Definition of con)
  • "con, you've made the find of your life," said raddy, quietly and deliberately.

  • Coin(Definition of coin)
  • You must be rolling in coin.

  • Cuisine(Definition of cuisine)
  • And there were some less nice in appetite who had raked out heaps of glowing cinders from the fire, and had lain succulent slices thereon and buried them in more cinders, and who were now enjoying a compound feast of pork and charcoal, with such an insane relish as no home-staying epicure could conceive over the lordliest dish the combined cuisine of the whole wide world could show him.

  • China(Definition of china)
  • It was observed by those who brought in the account that they had general idea enough of the point of the compass in which china lies from port jackson, to keep in a northerly direction.

  • Cinema(Definition of cinema)
  • You know she always goes to the cinema on friday nights.

  • Cousin(Definition of cousin)
  • He drew a chair nearer his cousin, and sat down.

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