Correct spelling for CANSE

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Possible correct spellings for canse

  • can If I was you'd be a bit different, I can tell you.
  • cancer It is treated on the same lines as cancer of the lower lip.
  • cane "Help me up stairs, Aileen,"-the old woman was in command as usual,-"give me my cane, Ann; don't stand there staring like two fools."
  • cannes She looked wistfully away towards Cannes, the fashionable town which lay several hundreds of feet lower, away by the shores of the Mediterranean; then she glanced around the garden, and noted the almost tropical plants which grew in such abundance.
  • canoe And two men were in each canoe-not enough to drive her, they found.
  • case "You have a strong case," said Monsieur Dupont.
  • cause "I've no cause to be friends with Tregenza, the Lord knows," he said.
  • cleanse You should observe, in working amber beer, to cleanse with the sweets on, but in ale you should work it low in order to get the sweets off.
  • cns
  • manse Our worthy host, having given up his bed to his Majesty, remained with us, and rested like us from the fatigues of the day, and was still sleeping soundly when the staff left the manse; for the Emperor arose, and set off at break of day.
  • Canes Imaginative literature is rich in canes.
  • Canoes So the canoes are mighty useful.
  • Casey Scarcely had the oxens' feet entered the stream, when Tim Casey came riding up, sent by Uncle Denis from the rear, to say that he made out some horsemen in the far distance, who, he much feared, were Indians.
  • Gaines At the first alarm General Gaines organized a force at New Orleans, and without waiting for orders landed in Florida, where he delivered over the troops he had brought with him to General Scott.
  • Cairns The pilot vessel "Governor Cairns" has been recently repaired and remetalled, and consequently will require no further outlay for some time.
  • cranes We look up, to count a flock of high-sailing cranes floating far to the south,-one hundred and fifty-three of them.
  • clans Quarter had never been given in native wars, but the trained valour of the Zulus, and their habit of immediately engaging the enemy hand to hand, not only gave them an advantage like that which suddenly made the Spartan infantry superior to all their neighbours, but rendered their victories far more sanguinary than native battles had previously been Tshaka rapidly subjected or blotted out the clans that lived near, except the Swazis, a kindred tribe whose difficult country gave them some protection.
  • cans He had six cans of sardines.
  • cons Now as to this blue silk- Even now the pros and cons of dress could not go on smoothly, for Frau von Eschenhagen opened the door at this moment, and called Toni to give her advice concerning some household matter.
  • cants
  • scans
  • cones
  • KANS
  • caners
  • caner
  • allegate
  • coordinations
  • grandest

24 words made from the letters canse

3 letter words made from canse:

aec, nec, sec, sea, sac, ane, sen, can, cns, ace, ans, nsc.

4 letter words made from canse:

5 letter words made from canse:

sance, ansec, ances, necas.

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