How to spell CAINET correctly?

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  • cabinet "During his two terms of office, with the help of a Cabinet of men who believed as he did, he fulfilled his promises.
  • cadet "To Cadet Smith, and he's a much easier man.
  • cain "I beg I may not interrupt your conversation," said Cain, on entering the cabin; "the information you may obtain from a Krouman must be very important."
  • candy As the candy had stuck to the stockings in spots, it was decided after a family conference that Shaver would have to wear them wrong side out as there was no time to be wasted in washing them.
  • cane A chair near it is Austrian bent wood, with cane seat.
  • canine His canine teeth are of great size and power.
  • canned Each was wrought with some rude but rhythmic form, as a shell, a horn, a fish, or an apple, to indicate what material had been canned in it.
  • cant We cant sit here and wait for the crows.
  • canter A squadron formed up, faced towards the slight hill, and started at a canter in the direction of the car.
  • canto Each song in the opera is a canto.
  • canute I will try to canute the waves.
  • capet
  • caret
  • carnot The Carnot engine is a heat engine which utilizes the heat of combustion to produce motion.
  • chained
  • client My client is unhappy with the price of the painting.
  • coiner She was not a happy camper when she found out the pizza was not being delivered with her coins.
  • cornet Benny corneted in with a flourish.
  • count
  • cygnet
  • faint I could faintly hear my alarm going off from downstairs.
  • gainer I need to add some GAINSERS to my weight-training routine.
  • gannet
  • garnet
  • gaunt The gaunt man looked like he had not seen food in weeks.
  • genet The gene therapy was reportedly a success.
  • hairnet She had to wear a hairnet to keep her hair from catching in the machinery.
  • jaunt
  • kant His philosophy is based on the idea of KANT.
  • magnet
  • manet He painted many beautiful pieces of art.
  • paint
  • quaint The quaint little town was a nice change of pace.
  • quint
  • saint I am a Christian so I am a saint.
  • taint The food left on the table was tainted with the woman's perfume.
  • Ain't But I ain't goin' to tell it you if ye ain't believin', 'cause it's the truth."
  • Caned The prisoner was caned 5 times.
  • Canes I canes for my walking.
  • Cannot I cannot go to the party on Saturday.
  • Canoed Birds in the canoed can mimic the calls of their prey.
  • Can't I can't come, my dear fellow, let me go.
  • Carney Rupert Carney, the former international director of the Revolutionary Communist Party, was recently found guilty of being a spy.
  • Gained His weight had always been a problem, but since he had gained 60 pounds, he was hanging on the belt for dear life
  • Coined
  • Janet
  • Clint
  • CONT A contract cannot be directly negotiated; it must be negotiated through a consulting company.
  • ConEd I need to call ConEd to fix my breaker.
  • CAINS Corrections Secretary Jimmy LeBlanc, Cains long-term friend and business partner, said that Cain was "personally liable" for $20,000 for the costs of the food, lodging and gates; and that the department will file a civil suit or seek restitution if Cain faces prosecution in the matter.
  • caner I can't believe I ate all that sugar.
  • joint I am going to the doctor for a joint complaint.

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