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Possible correct spellings for chaean

  • Chicken(Definition of chicken)
  • Why, maybe the chicken promised to come back that night and pay up.

  • Can(Definition of can)
  • "you can leave me, renny.

    Them people rollin', so I gotta do what I can I gotta pound of that sand I picked up from the man

    – I Did That by juvenile
  • Common(Definition of common)
  • There's nothing more common with small genius's and small judges, than to demand of all criticks to write themselves before they criticise upon others writings.

  • Canoe(Definition of canoe)
  • Paoa and the owner of the new canoe grew very bitter towards each other over it.

  • Chin(Definition of chin)
  • He was as obstinate as his chin could make him.

  • Achaean
  • Asterius and amphion, sons of hyperasius, came from achaean pellene, which once pelles their grandsire founded on the brows of aegialus.

  • Canon(Definition of canon)
  • Came(Definition of Came)
  • Let me tell you who i was, and how i came to be what i am."

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • They could only crawl up the cone.

  • Cannon(Definition of cannon)
  • This was during a most fearful thunder-storm, so furious that with difficulty could ammunition be kept at all serviceable, and the roar of cannon could scarcely be heard a half dozen miles away.

  • Canyon(Definition of canyon)
  • The lion was running straight from the canyon, and the certainty that he must sooner or later take to a tree, brought from me a yell of irresistible wild joy.

  • Cane(Definition of cane)
  • Sir john's words did not carry conviction with them, for it was strange that if the captain were coming to meet them, he should be running in a very peculiar manner, with his fists clenched and his eyes bent upon the ground; and, in fact, as he reached something white, which proved to be a pocket handkerchief tied to a cane stuck in the ground, he turned suddenly, and ran off in the opposite direction.

  • Chain(Definition of chain)
  • Proceeding southwards the general elevation of the chain drops steadily.

  • Chosen(Definition of chosen)
  • He remembered only their long years of comradeship and the tragedy which loomed over the life of his chosen friend.

  • Communion(Definition of communion)
  • If all this force is put into one's daily toil, there is none left for helpful conversation, for sympathetic communion at home, for uplifting reading, or for worship.

  • Casino(Definition of casino)
  • It took nearly all she had to settle the bill, but, as madame remarked gayly, mademoiselle had left herself enough for an evening game at the casino.

  • Cocaine(Definition of cocaine)
  • Among biological substances, cane sugar, milk sugar, mannite, hippuric acid, asparagin, r-tartaric acid, l-malic acid, vanillin, cocaine, atropin, benzoic acid, and many others show triboluminescence.

  • Come(Definition of come)
  • You-you mustn't come here!

  • Cinnamon(Definition of cinnamon)
  • You may boil bruised sticks of cinnamon in the cream, and in the sack, before you mingle them.

  • Con(Definition of con)
  • They shall behold teiresias telling the doom of thebes, and con with eyes but not with lips the crass way in which oedipus went on.

  • Coin(Definition of coin)
  • Duc'at, a gold coin worth about $2.00. 6. de-fault'er, one who fails to account for public money intrusted to his care.

  • Cuisine(Definition of cuisine)
  • Let no one, i say, fear the rank cookery so much imagined of the peninsula, the oil, the pepper, the kid and the like strange meats; as in all other countries of europe, even england itself, there is a local version, a general convention of the french cuisine, quite as good in spain as elsewhere, and oftener superabundant than subabundant.

  • China(Definition of china)
  • 40. 79. lamb's old china, etc.

  • Cinema(Definition of cinema)
  • I suspected a false idea of this rude life had been given by the cinema dramas.

  • Cousin(Definition of cousin)
  • Now, both the father and daughter are sweet to 'their dear cousin,' and very kind to me-to please him, of course.

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