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  • circe Then Circe stayed by the hearth; she burnt cakes in the flame, and all the while she prayed to Zeus to be gentle with these suppliants.
  • coarse It is white, moist, and coarse, and is called "water ground."
  • coerce Many conjectures passed in review before me, but that which seemed to carry with it most weight of reason was the idea that her guardian and his wife were attempting to coerce her into some course which was distasteful to her.
  • core "Did he tell you anything of the girl who drove him off without a kind word-heaping upon him reproaches and wounding his noble heart to the core?
  • cornice The mound stood on one side of the milpa, isolated, and of the building upon it, the lower part, to the cornice, was standing.
  • corpse But, should the patient die under the tree, then the sorrowful friends were made glad, if the leaves of the tree fell upon the corpse.
  • corset Usually, he said, he recommended his customers to wear a certain corset of a special cut, with elastic material over the hips covered by satin that matched the riding-habit, but at Mademoiselle's age, and so supple as she was, the corset was not necessary.
  • cortes On the 16th of March, the Spanish constitution was settled by the Cortes, which Cortes abolished the Inquisition in Spain, on the 20th of June.
  • cos Cos I deserves it.
  • course No, father, of course not!
  • courser And eftesoones taking on him knighthood, and mounting on that straunge courser, he went forth with her on that adventure: where beginneth the first booke, viz.
  • cox He was a grandson of Mr. Redmond Cox of Philadelphia, a member of a well known family.
  • curse What a curse it has been to our men!
  • force You won't-you can't-force me to that."
  • gorse Nor, except for a white thatched cottage and an extensive gravel-pit by the road, have the native charms of the hill been much disturbed; and gorse, heather, and honeysuckle flourish till, where the clay begins, there is a grassy slope bearing a few elms and horse-chestnuts.
  • joyce And he knew Joyce needed the money.
  • scarce Between that slope and our camp, lay the element, in abundance, which had been so scarce on the other side of the Darling.
  • Coerced Miss Dixie, you are just a woman, and may not know the ways of the business world, so I want to tell you on my honor that this is what all fair-minded men call an absolutely straight proposition, and when you've acted on it, it would be wrong for you to ever say anybody coerced you or took advantage of you.
  • corer
  • Cor
  • Corey
  • cores
  • coerces
  • CIRCA Epigrams and Satyrs, by H. P. 4to. London, by T. Creede, circa 1600.
  • CO'S
  • coarser
  • coercer
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12 words made from the letters corce

3 letter words made from corce:

cer, cro, ceo, ore, roc, ecc, roe.

4 letter words made from corce:

5 letter words made from corce:

recco, croce, ceroc.

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