How to spell CURTOM correctly?

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  • atom But his atom of determination had grown to a purpose.
  • carom Most cloth made for carom billiards tables is a type of baize that is dyed green, and is made from 100% worsted wool, which provides a very fast surface allowing the balls to travel with little resistance across the table bed.
  • cart He was going to drive with father in the dog-cart to Dorminster-might Mary come too?
  • carter When they had done that, Carter raised his head, and suddenly clutched Tucker by the arm and pointed upward.
  • carton Having ascertained its situation, Carton came out of those closer streets again, and dined at a place of refreshment and fell sound asleep after dinner.
  • cartoon The cartoon represents the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
  • corm Banana aphids Corm weevil Borers Root nematodes Grasshoppers Banana skipper butterfly Common diseases Panama disease/Fusarium wilt Sigatoka Moko or bacterial wilt Black leaf streak Banana bunchy top disease
  • court It will be remembered that when first I came to the court of Montezuma, I had found Otomie fair and my fancy turned towards her.
  • courtly Most of the party were gallant and courtly cavaliers: there were but twelve laborers and four carpenters in all the company.
  • courtroom My mother and father were in the courtroom.
  • cram The mother sweeps up the rubbish with her fore-legs, collects it with the rake of her mandibles and pushes it back into the pit, into which she now descends to stamp upon the powdery layer and cram it down with her hind-legs, which I see swiftly working.
  • cream The cream for Philadelphia Ice Cream should be rather rich, but not double cream.
  • curd After separating the whey, the curd is sometimes broken again, and salted in the cowl; and at others it is taken warm out of the liquor, and salted in the vat.
  • curium Austrian physicist Karl Ferdinand Braun discovered curium in 1925.
  • curt I was surprised to see him at the party; he seemed so curt.
  • curtail I need to curtail my drinking for my health.
  • curtain
  • curtis
  • curtly I walked briskly to the store.
  • curtsy I curtsied when I introduced myself.
  • custom I had a custom dress made for the party.
  • customer She was happy to see that her customer was wearing a smile.
  • cut
  • cute
  • cutoff I need to cut my hair shorter so it doesn't get in the way.
  • cutout I love to cutout pictures of my friends and family.
  • cutter The cutter was surprisingly sharp.
  • cutworm
  • groom She was about to go out for the evening, but first she had to get her groom.
  • quarto She's reading a quarto book.
  • quito
  • tom I always feel Tom when I am near him.
  • Quartos
  • Cato Cato was the last to retreat, after being wounded in the right arm while he was fighting in front of Domitius.
  • Courted Then she was astonished that a lady could be courted in this way, without words.
  • Kurt
  • cuts
  • cutup I'm going to have to cutup the tomatoes.
  • carts In a few minutes, and under the eyes of the spectators, carts, cattle, and horses were placed together in a camp, and surrounded by a wall of tree trunks, stones, and shields.
  • courts And yet Blackstone tells us they are a revival of the ancient hundred and county courts.
  • CURDS Sea of Sour Curds.
  • cuter
  • Cutie

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