Correct spelling for CAO

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Possible correct spellings for cao

  • ca I hae heard that ower muckle licht'll ca fowk blin' whiles.
  • cab She must go, then, in a cab.
  • cad Courage that lived with them night and day at Oxford or Cambridge, and that made them choose danger and death rather than be known for one moment as a cad or a coward.
  • cam Thus we find that while the cam moved from the position in Fig.
  • can "How can I do it?
  • cap Or do you expect me to perform the part you have forced upon me in my morning dress and cap?"
  • capo All those who know Rome at all are probably familiar with the Monti escutcheon upon the wall of the Aldobrandini palace, and with the Campo Marzo crescent on a house wall at Capo le Case.
  • car "There's a car coming up the road," Stan warned.
  • cat A cat had been brought up in close friendship with a bird.
  • caw For communication and signaling the voices of forest things were available; the caw of the crow in the timber, the bark of the fox in the thicket, the note of those birds that the winter had not driven south.
  • cay The method of dropping it from hopper barges in masses of 100 tons at a time, inclosed in a bag of coarse stuff, has been successfully employed by Dyce Cay and others.
  • ceo When The Adventures of Baron Munchausen was finally completed, David Puttnam, who had obtained the film's US distribution rights for Columbia Pictures, had been replaced as CEO of Columbia; coupled with Gilliams prior quarrels with major studios over Brazil, the film saw only very limited distribution in the US, earning $8 million in US box office.
  • ciao On the other hand, it exists in modern Costa Rican "slang" a multitude of Italianisms: acois (from the echo: here), birra (from the beer: beer), bochinche (fight, disorder), capo (someone outstanding), bell (from it: bell jergal: spy, means to watch), canear (from the "canne: police baton, means to be in jail"), "chao" (from the "ciao: goodbye"), facha (from "faccia": "face, used when someone is badly dressed"), used when someone is poorly arranged) and sound (from the suonare: sound, means to fail or hit), among many others.
  • co What's the row, Co.?
  • coo "Let's coo-ee for Billy, and when he comes send him back for our things.
  • lao Is this the same China, prating about the sanctity of international law, that sat supine and helpless under the French grab of Lao Hsi Kai?
  • mao We find it chronicled in history, that, either on the 10th or 20th of October, for the figures are nearly obliterated in the manuscript before us, AD 1754, their Majesties of Portugal held a Beja Mao, or what is in England styled a drawing-room, at which all the first fidalgos and nobles of the land were expected to attend.
  • tao For unless there is a suitable endowment within, Tao will not abide; and unless there is outward correctness, Tao will not operate.
  • Cal You will not tell Stephen of this matter for a while, Cal, for it would please me to know, without room for doubt, just what stuff she is made of, too!
  • GAO [nor may the GAO audit] "dealings with foreign governments and other central banks.
  • CFO One year later, she accepted the CFO role at the newly created Vancouver company, British Columbia Transmission Corporation (BCTC).
  • Cato His belief in the rules appears in his Cato.
  • Cai They crossed the harbour in Cai Tamblyn's boat, and moored her safely at the ferry slip.
  • CPO Navy chief petty officers serve a dual role as both technical experts and as leaders, with the emphasis being more on leadership as they progress through the CPO paygrades.

1 words made from the letters cao

3 letter words made from cao:

oca.

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