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Possible correct spellings for corl
- coal Air-breathers of the American Coal.
- coil And wilt thou have a reason for this coil?
- col I shall certainly be thought to have a little of the spirit of Col.
- cool "No," said she, "only to get cool again."
- cora "That's the mother of Cora Splitts," he repeated again.
- coral Katie had a magnificent coral and bells, the gift of her godfather; I asked the dear child if she would give it to buy another kettle for Mr. T--.
- cord There they saw just what Sammie had said they would-a policeman had hold of a long cord which was fastened about the neck of a bear.
- core If I were to accept Uncle Cyrus's offer, I'd grow soft to the core in a month and be of no more use than a rotten apple."
- cork After passing a short time at Spithead and Plymouth, which they left on the 21st of December, the squadron sailed for Cork, the last rendezvous of the expedition destined for South Carolina.
- corm (1) Axial corm well developed, unsegmented or with two to four segments; lateral endites and exites (rami) numerous and of various lengths (certain limbs of lower Crustacea).
- corn "He can hoe corn and potatoes better than he can row, I fancy," he said.
- corp But he was not strong enough to carry off the corp like a sack of potatoes; he was no a great muckle big giant, that's to say.
- cowl He had a grand appearance, with his imperious features, and his fine figure as it swayed under the cowl.
- curl She had witnessed the merriment of the blacks, the scornful curl of Carrie's lip, the half-suppressed ridicule of Anna, when they met her grandmother, and now uncertain of her own reception, she stood before her cousins not knowing whether to advance or run away.
- Carl "I'm glad it's Charles Winfield instead of Carl," thought Ruth, as she put it aside, and went on with her work.
- Coll After living for about 20 years in France, he returned to England, became physician to Charles I., and was afterwards Rector of King's Coll.
- Cor 2: 44. 1 Cor.
- Cory When she appeared at supper that afternoon, Mistress Cory Ann exclaimed:
- CORR A. J. Thebaud, S. J., Isadore Daubresse, S. J., John A. Kelly, Thomas M. Killeen, Patrick Cody, Patrick Hennessy, James H. Corrigan, Patrick Leonard, M. J. Kirwan, Pierce McCarthy, L. G. Thebaud, Martin Gesner, Theodore McDonald, O. C., F. Feehan, O. C., Augustus Brady, P. F. Downes, Nicholas Hens, Louis Gambosville, James F. Salaun, John P. Morris, Dennis McCartie, James Curran, Patrick J. McGahan, Isaac P. Whelan, Daniel McCarthy, Michael J. White, Patrick Corr, Michael J. Hickie, Dr. Larkin, David B. Walker, S. J., John J. Sheppard, Michael A. McManus, Ferdinand Muller, O. S. F., and Hugh Murphy.
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