How Do You Spell CAUSEY?

Correct spelling for the English word "Causey" is [kˈɔːsɪ], [kˈɔːsɪ], [k_ˈɔː_s_ɪ]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Common Misspellings for CAUSEY

Below is the list of 1 misspellings for the word "causey".

Similar spelling words for CAUSEY

Plural form of CAUSEY is CAUSEYS

Definition of CAUSEY

  1. A way raised and paved, above the rest of the ground.

Anagrams of CAUSEY

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Usage Examples for CAUSEY

  1. In 1624 Causey, who sat in the Assembly, is thought to have represented Jordan's Journey where he is listed as in residence that same year and again in 1625. He was among the 31 who signed the Assembly's reply to the declaration of charges against the Smith administration of the Colony made by Alderman Johnson and others. - "The First Seventeen Years: Virginia 1607-1624" by Charles E. Hatch
  2. The Cellar Door By the old tavern door on the causey there lay A hogshead of stingo just rolled from a dray, And there stood the blacksmith awaiting a drop As dry as the cinders that lay in his shop; And there stood the cobbler as dry as a bun, Almost crackt like a bucket when left in the sun. - "Poems Chiefly From Manuscript" by John Clare