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  • a-okay
  • cache And on New Year's Day the Mounted will find the stuff in the cache.
  • cage "I tell you what we can do, Penrod," he said: "Let's take it in the stable and make the box into a cage.
  • cake And why do you make cake for Christmas now when it's forever and ever before it will come?"
  • case In any case it couldn't be your failure.
  • cash "No," he added, "you must not pay cash, Flamby.
  • caucus This is," said I, "a branfire new way of doing business, if a caucus is to make a representative for the people!"
  • cause It was not the thought of death, then, for I could meet death or deal death in the cause of duty.
  • cease They would cease to be so, madam, if you did.
  • chaos This plan, pursued day after day, with the general understanding that Mrs. Snawdor was going to take a day off soon and clean up, had resulted in a condition of indescribable chaos.
  • chase The dogs gave chase, and so did we.
  • check His hand shook as he held it up to check her approach.
  • cheek His blood was up, and burning in his delicate cheek.
  • cheese To save labour, a proposition was made to collect the milk from several farms and have the cheese made at one central farm.
  • chess Here, in 1829, the Russians levelled the fortifications which at that time encircled the town; here, in 1854, the Russians were defeated by the Turks; and here, in 1872, these same Russians and Turks were at the same old bloody and useless game-ever learning, yet never coming to a knowledge of the great truth, that, with all their fighting, nothing has been gained and nothing accomplished save a few changes of the men on the chess-board, and the loss of an incalculable amount of life and treasure.
  • chew I can chew you the sword still covered with blood."
  • chic And of a chic!
  • chick Take it out on your chick What we're gonna do Is gonna make you sick – Tell Your Mother She Wants You by Murray McLauchlin
  • choice You forget that, after all, we have little choice in the matter."
  • choose "It's all very difficult," he said; "but everything shall be as you choose, only somehow I think it's worse for me than for you.
  • chuck I don't mind telling you that I'm trying to find some way in which she can chuck the old house down there without losing anything.
  • coach But on the coach they should not be too fine.
  • cocoa My cocoa, Major, and who said Priddy just now?
  • coke For instance, Coke would not agree to stay any case in which the king had a concern in power or profit, to consult with him.
  • cook They're ready to cook now."
  • cookie Now, if you'll come downstairs, I'll give you each one cookie and no more, so your appetites won't be spoiled for your dinners.
  • couch She let the book fall from her hands upon her lap, and leaned far back upon the couch.
  • cough But when I bring her in, and have said no more than one cough, the wife goes clean past me, and has the girl in her arms, and calls her by her sister's name, and sobs hard and dry like a man.
  • cow Because on the other side o' the cow we heard Timothy Toplady's voice.
  • cows By and by, cows were brought into the country and the Dutch soil being good for grass, the cows had plenty to eat.
  • cozy It was a very large room, but a corner had been so arranged as to look shut in and cozy.
  • cue In an instant the old woman had seized on this cue.
  • czech In Italy, the German, the Czech, the Magyar, the Croft, even in general instances the Italian, clung to the standard for safety, for pay, for glory, and all became pre-eminently Austrian soldiers; little besides.
  • Chose Then he could do what he chose.
  • checks He can write such big checks, too."
  • cases "Yes; but the cases are different, I can manage them better.
  • causes Could it not be that Saturn draws Uranus aside, and thus causes the changes?
  • chooses Thus, from the side of its objects, this life activity may be called eating, running, reading, and whatever else one chooses.
  • coaches The stage-coaches go no farther than Mayres.
  • choices When you're going to sue a corporation, you have a choice about where to do it, and one of the choices is always a court in the state where the corporation is chartered, whether it does any business there or not.
  • cooks I went out from the world of cooks before I was twenty.
  • cakes When stiff, shape into small flat cakes, dip in egg and bread crumbs, and put in a cool place.
  • cheeks "Pauline's cheeks are rather too pale," answered Miss Tredgold.
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