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  • buck These editions, chiefly in quarto, came from the press of Thomas Buck, who had succeeded Roger Daniel as printer to the University.
  • caulk There are a number of different ways to caulk this pipe together, and to make it clear to the beginner just how it is done the following exercise is suggested.
  • chuck Even Mr. Chuck grumbled.
  • clack In the second, third, and fourth places, Mr. Murthwaite was now on his way back to the scene of his past adventures; Miss Clack had suffered losses, and had settled, from motives of economy, in France; Mr. Godfrey Ablewhite might, or might not, be discoverable somewhere in London.
  • click Turning he shot his sword home into its scabbard with a click.
  • clock When at last the clock struck, Loo turned to him with a laugh and a shake of the head as if the refusal were so self-evident that to put it into words were a work of supererogation.
  • cluck In the Morning just before or at Sun-rising, call them to feed, and so at Sun-setting: In the Fornoon, and Afternoon, your Note must be to Cluck them together to Brood, or to chide them for straggling, or to notify some danger at hand.
  • coca Nevertheless, as the little boat made its drowsy way down the river into lands that grew ever pleasanter with advancing spring, the old "permanent ambition" of boyhood stirred again, and the call of the far-away Amazon, with its coca and its variegated zoology, grew faint.
  • coco This is called by the French the "coco de mer" from the large numbers that are found floating in the sea in the neighborhood of the islands.
  • cook It means a shanty and a negro cook, as near as I can figure it, but I shall get used to that, I suppose.
  • cork As Clubbe understood this, and nodded in acquiescence, there only remained to them to draw the cork and light their cigars.
  • crick Several of them gathered round him; and Mr Clare tasted, Tess tasted, also the other indoor milkmaids, one or two of the milking-men, and last of all Mrs Crick, who came out from the waiting breakfast-table.
  • crock Then he will be pressed to finish the crock of cider, and be permitted to depart.
  • cuckoo Soon after this the cuckoo left off its crying altogether.
  • duck The Indian Runner Duck.
  • huck After walking a few paces past the door-"Do you know, Huck," said Titmouse, stopping, "I've often thought that-that-there's something in Religion."
  • jack "It cannot be so very old," replied Jack.
  • jock Jock, however, seemed to have been endowed with imbecility instead of a cast.
  • kick He was a pitiful spectacle, yet a repulsive, and the Americans despised themselves for the strange impulse they had to kick him out like a dog.
  • luck You are in luck, Alf.
  • muck Then said Christiana, 'Oh, deliver me from this muck-rake.
  • puck In an interesting volume by Henry B. Wheatley on "Literary Blunders," the Tricksy Puck of the Press has revenged himself on the author for his attacks by smuggling in a number of misprints, among them one that he must have inspired in the mind of the author, the spelling "Bride of Lammermuir," which has no warrant in Scott's novel itself.
  • quack "Quinine, calomel, and about half a dozen different kinds of quack medicines in the shape of pills and tonics.
  • quake "Oh, my Commander," replied Giaffar, "to hear is but to obey, yet do I quake most grievously at the threats of this villainous fellow.
  • quark
  • quick
  • quirk
  • ruck
  • tuck
  • Keck Deutsch von Karl Keck.
  • Quaky
  • Yuck
  • QC Enter one house here, and you would have found upon the ground-floor your QC or Serjeant-Brother So-and-so as he is so affectionately called by the judge; upon the first-floor, your substantial firms of family solicitors, deep in title, lease, covenant, and tenancy in every form or shape-men who set such store by their knowledge that they dole it out to you at so much per dozen words-words adulterated with obsolete expressions repeated ad nauseam; while upon the second-floor you would probably find firms of sharp practitioners, ready for business in any shape; and, as elsewhere through the house, the names of the occupants were painted upon the doors-black letters upon a parchment ground.
  • crack The third is of the greatest importance, because the articles to be tempered are the most expensive to make, the duty obtained is of the greatest consequence to manufacturing pursuits, and the fine grade of steel employed renders it more liable to crack in the hardening process.

1 words made from the letters cquck

4 letter words made from cquck:

cuck.

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