Correct spelling for CNCER
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Possible correct spellings for cncer
Twice it was altered, as if the people in the canoe were uncertain where to land.
Turning in the direction of applegate, they continued their ride at a canter, and the afternoon was over when they passed the cross-roads again on their homeward way.
He said, "i am dying of a cancer in my side."
The three backers rubbed their hands when they saw him at work punching the ball in the gymnasium next morning; and fawcett, the horse-breaker, who had written to leeds to hedge his bets, sent a wire to cancel the letter, and to lay another fifty at the market price of seven to one.
Then dickon's master went to bed, but woke up so ill that he was obliged to do without the old towns, and go when he was better to a horrid place called cannes, all dust and tea-parties.
I never knew how good I could feel Loving you's left me with nothing to conceal– You Light Up My Life by Carole King
This question of a profession was, after all, but dead leaves to him-to him who had a canker at his heart, a perpetual thorn in his bosom, a misery within him which no profession could mitigate!
But most, dear heart of hearts, thy proofs That still these words enhance. I love thee - I love thee! Whatever be thy chance.– I Love Thee by Thomas Hood
He knocked against it with his cane, but received no reply.