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Correct spelling for CAY

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Possible correct spellings for cay

  • Clay
  • His modest admission of the resemblance gave her the opportunity to talk of webster's oratory, and the conversation soon spread to a discussion of the merits of clay and calhoun.

  • Cad
  • "he's a cad-he's not your friend, father.

  • Cai
  • Brassica juncea is also known as gai choi, siu gai choi, xaio jie cai, baby mustard, chinese leaf mustard or mostaza.

  • Bay
  • She stood silent, at bay, eyeing him desperately.

  • Hay
  • The little boy looked down at the pile of hay below him.

  • Fay
  • It shal be done, quod symkyn, by my fay!

  • Cry
  • Of course grown-up ladies hardly ever cry.

  • Car
  • "no," said mr. coxwell, when i asked him if there were a seat to spare in the car.

  • Lay
  • How soon can you lay hands on that brother of yours?

  • Cray
  • "but poor cray was so ill on saturday," said the little girl, "that he couldn't do nothing but lie in bed and write his poetry."

  • Cay
  • Lowest point: south china sea 0 m highest point: unnamed location on southwest cay 4 m

  • Pay
  • It must pay you very little.

  • Cat
  • "i-i'm afraid a cat often gets him," she said sadly, and went back to her room.

  • Ray
  • And where is mr. ray?

  • Coy
  • An english-woman seemed like a spirit of melancholy-some coy, pale, shadowy form among ossian's mists, or a type of remorse flying from crime.

  • Day
  • How good he's been to me to-day!

  • Cary
  • Mis' cary got so skeered dat de baby come dat night befo' 'twuz time.

  • Can
  • Can you so say!

  • Cap
  • It almost seemed as if he might see the cap in my eyes, so i hurried to look down, and appear as calm as if i had never met him in the street when out walking with heppie.

  • Nay
  • Nay, it is short!

  • Cab
  • The last cab was heard in the streets at midnight.

  • Way
  • "does he know the way?

  • Cam
  • "her ladyship wad gi'e hersel' sma' concern gien the haill bilin' o' ye war whaur ye cam frae," returned the factor.

  • Cal
  • Cal was glad that in his first indian campaign he was to have so much first-class help, including the four chiricahua-apache scouts.

  • Jay
  • "i wonder," said sammy jay once more, and burst out laughing.

  • Ca
  • Ca-la-ra, a large fish-gig, with four prongs.

  • Caw
  • Said the crow "caw, caw, i never have seen such a one myself, and i am, i am sure longer in the world."

  • Kay
  • By then sir andred was on the earth, and sir kay would have slain him.

  • Say
  • "i understand the 'many reasons' you say are beyond me," said i. "for, dear young lady, under this coarse exterior i assure you there's hidden a rather sharp outlook on human nature-and-well, nerves that respond to the faintest changes in you as do mine can't be altogether without sensitiveness.

  • May
  • Ladies are informed that no allowance whatever has to be made for "turnings," and no part of the material may be wasted.

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