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Possible correct spellings for csae

  • Caw(Definition of caw)
  • She called, but the "caw-caw" of a crow was the only answer.

  • Coal(Definition of coal)
  • The sky above london was darkened somewhat by the burning of coal in houses.

  • Cased(Definition of cased)
  • My limbs were cased in flannel light, my frame in norfolk jacket, as jauntily i stepped upon the impatient calais packet.

  • Car(Definition of car)
  • Then basil gave his hand to me, to help me down from the car.

  • Sage(Definition of sage)
  • Cash(Definition of cash)
  • What will you take, cash down, for this property, and clear out now?

  • Cay(Definition of cay)
  • Total: 1,138,910 sq km land: 1,038,700 sq km water: 100,210 sq km note: includes isla de malpelo, roncador cay, and serrana bank

  • Cesar
  • 243-4 cesar king manuel.

  • Craze(Definition of craze)
  • They sang 'william tell,' which, you know, is my craze."

  • Ssa(Definition of SSA)
  • Saw(Definition of saw)
  • Craw(Definition of craw)
  • Wi' tiptae steps they slippit up, and firmly tied the door, then gently tirled-hugh cried, "wha's there?" will gied a cuddie's roar- hugh in a lowe, wi' door in hand, said he would them he-haw, when jock like ony sheep did bae, and pate like cock did craw.

  • Cole(Definition of cole)
  • She was my nurse when i was a youngster, cole, and we never meet without a yarn."

  • Clay(Definition of clay)
  • Rupelian clay of hermsdorf near berlin.

  • Code(Definition of code)
  • It is impossible for one code of laws to suit georgia and massachusetts.

  • Sag(Definition of sag)
  • Cab(Definition of cab)
  • She called a cab and drove quickly to herr kellermann's house.

  • Cat(Definition of cat)
  • At last we had him, but then we found that jonah, who fought like a wild cat, had wounded both the soldiers with his knife, and, although himself wounded, had escaped by the stairs.

  • Ce(Definition of ce)
  • C'est assez clair, ce me semble.

  • Cote(Definition of cote)
  • Three equal vertical bands of green (hoist side), white, and orange; similar to the flag of cote d'ivoire, which is shorter and has the colors reversed - orange (hoist side), white, and green; also similar to the flag of italy, which is shorter and has colors of green (hoist side), white, and red

  • Base(Definition of base)
  • The shame would be his own, if he ever again allowed such base suspicion to find place in his soul!

  • Coat(Definition of coat)
  • Tom viewed him darkly as he got into his coat.

  • Clue(Definition of clue)
  • Miss halcombe's journal afforded me a clue.

  • Cad(Definition of cad)
  • I should say he was the greatest cad of the lot."

  • Cope(Definition of cope)
  • In his enfeebled condition, he could hardly hope to cope with his pursuers in the matter of speed and so as he went on across the stream at the base of the hill, he tried to plan something that would outwit them.

  • Use(Definition of use)
  • Cal(Definition of Cal)
  • Well, said cal, one thing's sure.

  • Cafe(Definition of cafe)
  • I go without further ado into the opland cafe and look for my young acquaintance in the bank, in order to procure a penny for a candle.

  • Scar(Definition of scar)
  • Ese
  • Sea(Definition of sea)
  • Cases
  • I propose to go into the details of these cases later.

  • Claw(Definition of claw)
  • "we just wanted to get some red paint so i could play mr. punch with the lobster claw," he went on.

  • Cs
  • The department of computer science (cs) at the university of illinois at urbana-champaign has consistently been ranked as a top computer science program in the world.

  • Cane(Definition of cane)
  • Note that the straight-man does not say, "with the eye, cane, umbrella-" and so on through the list.

  • Cue(Definition of cue)
  • Sac(Definition of sac)
  • Sa(Definition of sa)
  • Chase(Definition of chase)
  • 49 dogs, wes kennedy's, chase cars.....................

  • Cam(Definition of cam)
  • As my powder got low, i fired and halloed alternately, till i cam near splitting both my throat and gun.

  • Cape(Definition of cape)
  • Months passed, and still captain porter had not been able to find the american squadron, so he decided to make a trip around cape horn, and cruise about on the pacific, which decision pleased young farragut, as he was eager for an experience of real sea life.

  • Vase(Definition of vase)
  • Cst
  • Sse(Definition of sse)
  • Coke(Definition of coke)
  • It is evolved in the process of burning charcoal and coke in stoves or furnaces.

  • Case(Definition of case)
  • "if that's the case-" "it ain't the case.

  • Cave(Definition of cave)
  • He carried it to the back of the cave, where he passed out of her sight in the dark.

  • Cai
  • Dolmeye kalam (cabbage dolma) – iran malfoof mahshi (محشي ملفوف) – the levant mahshi kuronb (محشي كرنب) – egypt and sudan kohlroulade and krautwickel – germany and austria chou farci – france cigares au chou – quebec involtini di cavolo – italy capuns – graubunden, switzerland and lombardy, italy bragioli – malta niños envueltos – argentina, dominican republic, ecuador, mexico and chile charuto de repolho – brazil aluske – paraná, santa catarina, and rio grande do sul (brazil) bai cai juan (白菜卷) – china rōru kyabetsu (ロールキャベツ) – japan cải bắp cuốn – vietnam europe azerbaijan stuffed cabbage leaves (azerbaijani: kələm dolması) are popular all year round in azerbaijan, but especially in the winter months when other vegetables are less available.

  • Say(Definition of say)
  • Bsa
  • The bsa sponsors national and regional conferences, and publishes the british journal of aesthetics, debates in aesthetics (formerly the postgraduate journal of aesthetics), as well as a newsletter.

  • Se(Definition of se)
  • Ease(Definition of ease)
  • Ca(Definition of ca)
  • C. venha aqui: trazeyma ca.

  • Coax(Definition of coax)
  • He seemed particularly anxious to coax him away from the balustrade.

  • Cake(Definition of cake)
  • As soon as they arrived at the gate of the town of kadalayapan, sinogyaman carried cake and rice to the gate of the town, to take away a bad sign if one had been seen while on the way.

  • See(Definition of see)
  • Cask(Definition of cask)
  • That evening the leaders of the divisions went among their followers and urged that in the morning every water cask and container available for holding water be filled.

  • Cast(Definition of cast)
  • I am cast out of my uncle's house, and now i have no home, and hardly any money.

  • Came(Definition of Came)
  • "ever since i came to crofton.

  • Can(Definition of can)
  • I can do that.

  • Esau(Definition of esau)
  • Cage(Definition of cage)
  • I saw it in its wooden cage.

  • Cray
  • Yesterday was our exeat, and he came down to harrow, called for me and cray, and brought us here to the old ship hotel.

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • We have now rays of light coming to the eye from the cone between the extreme points 7 and 8. from 7 to 3 we have the light, including the half tones.

  • Cease(Definition of cease)
  • At these words the tempest of stones did cease, and the storme of the dogges vanished away.

  • Caste(Definition of caste)
  • The strain on the half-caste band was awful.

  • Sax(Definition of sax)
  • Gsa
  • Sue(Definition of sue)
  • Sake(Definition of sake)
  • Cap(Definition of cap)
  • So he took the shoes in one hand and the cap in the other, and waited till they had started off running towards the tree.

  • Lase
  • Come(Definition of come)
  • Come, let's have a walk.

  • Czar(Definition of czar)
  • Care(Definition of care)
  • "no." "that is the way you take care of yourself, is it?"

  • Cpa
  • Direct response advertisers often consider cpa the optimal way to buy online advertising, as an advertiser only pays for the ad when the desired acquisition has occurred.

  • Sase
  • Casey
  • Is it beyond doubt that the letter from the supposed mrs. casey was not a genuine communication?

  • Cree
  • De cree were starve' and knew we camp up de ghost.

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