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  • broil The hunter would broil a venison steak, or a partridge, on the coals.
  • carol "Oh, wasn't it a lovely, lovely time," sighed Carol.
  • carrel On discovering that this physician had enjoyed considerable experience with the Carrel treatment and was thoroughly familiar with it, I invited him to deliver an address on this subject at my home town after his return from Europe.
  • cavil Beauty, the cynic's scoff, is in the eye of the beholder, or in an angle of vision-mere product of lime-light, point of view, desire-but Beulah Sands's was beauty beyond cavil, superior to all analysis, as definite as the evening star against the twilight sky.
  • coil The second method, due to Braun, consist of attaching the aerial to some point on an oscillation circuit consisting of a condenser, an inductance coil and a spark gap, in series with one another, and charging and discharging the condenser across the spark gap so as to create alterations of potential at some point on the oscillation circuit.
  • coral 74. What is coral?
  • corral There was a hard-beaten zone around the corral and stables, which had kept the fire from spreading toward the house, and the wind had borne the sparks and embers back toward the spring, so that the house stood in a brown oasis of unburned grass and weeds, scanty enough, it is true, but yet a relief from the dead black surroundings.
  • crawl "What have you been doing now-tearing your clothes on a barbed-wire fence or trying to crawl through a bull-briar thicket?
  • creel Mr. Molesworth rested his creel on the low hedge above one of these sheets of blue, and with the music of the stream in his ears began to unpack Sir Warwick Moyle's fishing-rod.
  • creole The population over which he ruled had for centuries been trained to obedience by the Jesuits and the Creole landowners.
  • crib What passions of happiness were hers when she would rise stealthily in the night and, taking him from his little crib, would hold him to her throbbing heart; and often, from the next room, she could hear Mrs. Temple pacing her floor, and could imagine the silent wringing of the hands and all the unspoken agonies the elder mother endured for her child!
  • crucial I solemnly affirm that it was tender-heartedness that moved me in this crucial instant.
  • crud This is really minor, but marvelously funny, and anyone who plows through all the crud we mention will get a real break from this.
  • crude On every side evolutionism, in its crude form."
  • cruel She saw the long tears in Peter's coat, made by the cruel claws of Hooty the Owl, and she saw the places where her father, Old Jed Thumper, had pulled the hair out with his teeth.
  • cruelly "You must have been cruelly mistaken or misinformed," I replied, coldly, "when you could address me as you have done."
  • cruet His gift was the chief centre of interest-when Mrs. Vine had done comparing her electro-plated cruet most favourably with the one presented by Mrs. Furnese and the ignoble china object that Mrs. Cobb had had the meanness to send, and Mrs. Bates had recovered from the shock of finding that her tea-cosy was the exact same shape and pattern as the one given by Mrs. Gain.
  • cruise Anything like the Buena Ventura cruise?
  • cruller There were three cookies, a cruller, and some chocolates in a box near the bottom.
  • crumb Sir John might hunt him down with all the venom of a sleuth hound, but he would always have this crumb of consolation, that the Squire's daughter believed in him still.
  • cruse Mr. Cruse was a University man, of course; had been educated at Trinity College Cambridge, and piqued himself much on being far removed from the dangers of Puseyism.
  • crush "It is a long road from the Rio Grande, and President Paredes is to march, in a few days, to crush our enemies with an army of twenty thousand men.
  • cull Go thou, and cull the simplest flower that blows, The hillside daisy or the wilding rose, And tell me why so bright their hues appear, Why they return with each revolving year; Or how, when countless worlds are all in bloom, O'er every bud is breathed its own perfume.
  • curie "Po se mortuus in facie curie," i.
  • curio The first plot of Philautus-Euphues-Lucilla, and the successive jilting of the two friends for each other and for Curio, is no mean novel-substance.
  • curl Every curl swung a load of broken frozen pieces against the bows and bends, and the shocks resounded through her like blows from cyclopean hammers.
  • frail Between the All-Highest One and the realization of those dastardly plans for world-power so carefully and cleverly thought out in every detail night after night in the silence of that dull, faded green room upstairs at Potsdam, stood one frail little Parisienne, the vivacious, well-meaning Madame Reitschel!
  • grail But the parlour, where were the hangings of the Knights of the Grail was even more pretty; for there were hung streamers across the ceiling, from corner to corner, and a great bunch of mistletoe united them at the centre.
  • grill Several times, when the sun lay warmest, Lilly ventured into its Old World sobriety, strolling around the tall grill fence that inclosed the park.
  • growl Oakes caught the growl, and made a downward motion with his thumb which only Tommy understood.
  • gruel That evening Susan was told to warm some of the gruel for her master's supper; she did so, and Mary herself carried it to him in the parlour.
  • kraal Their outspan was some three or four hundred yards distant from the kraal.
  • krill To prevent this Pash was quite ready to sell Mrs. Krill and anyone else connected with the mystery.
  • rail He leant over the rail, and looked down at me.
  • roil Only those might do so who are willing freely to concede to others that same right to be human which they themselves exercise, whether they will or no, when things happen that smash the veneer of "gentleman" or "lady" like an eggshell under a plowboy's heel, and penetrate to and roil that unlovely human nature which is in us all.
  • trail Time after time the girl shuddered and gripped her saddle as she pushed on past a place where the undergrowth came right down to the trail, and six feet away the path dropped off thirty feet to the rock bed of the stream.
  • Curia Thus a man boasts of having been made primus Augustalis perpetuus, by a decree of the Curia.
  • Crawly You won't miss me much, I said flippantly-I had a creepy, crawly presentiment that a scene of some kind was threatening-and I'm awfully tired of Thrush Hill and country life, Jack.
  • Craig Craig and Grantham first jumped from the windows, then caught Mrs. Grantham and Catherine as Gabriel helped them to escape.
  • Cruz The United States fleet, under Commodore Connor, had, indeed, begun to arrive in front of Vera Cruz on the 18th of February, with a vast convoy of transport ships under its protection, having on board the army of General Scott.
  • Cyril Cyril shook his head, so Dulcie shook hers.
  • crueler Crueler than Leandre,-cruelest, in fact, of all the men of his profession,-he is more dreaded by the politicians than any other artist in Paris.

10 words made from the letters cruil

3 letter words made from cruil:

cul, url, cur, icu, lir, cli.

4 letter words made from cruil:

uric, luri, curl.

5 letter words made from cruil:

curli.

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