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Correct spellings for CALMES
- calm You will be calm, my dear Jack?"
- calmness That noble fellow, Hill, knows that such may be the case as well as I do; and I admire his calmness, and the care he takes not to show us that he fears he and his people may suffer the fate from which they rescued our ship's company.
- Calves You see, she'd known most of 'em as calves."
- Calmed The thought of it composed and calmed her.
- Calmer This thought made him calmer still, made him strong, almost made him happy.
- Cameos He it was who also had not only read about but had actually seen many of the crown jewels of the world and knew where celebrated collections of cameos, jade, and quaint Egyptian ornaments were exhibited.
- clams They were used to snow, and they were as jolly as clams at high-tide.
- calms After passing the line in the beginning of June, and getting four or five degrees to the southwards, we were so crossed by gusts, calms, rains, and sickness, as to be constrained to return northwards.
- claims Luttichau claims his copy as his property, and Zigesar was obliged to have another copy made.
- clamps The piles are bound together by strong cross-timbers and iron clamps, and the interstices filled with stones.
- clamors The next day was far more tolerable for poor Bruder, because he was occupied, and he found it much easier to resist the clamors of appetite.
- camels Then houses, camps, and khaki, strings of camels led by natives in long white robes.
- able to recognize
- art active with
- bended to ones will
- breaking for
- brings near
- gotten out of system
- gulps down
- had coition
- had cold feet
- had had enough
- had mercy
- had mercy on
- haddest coming
- hadst alibi
- hadst all over
- hadst ambition
- hadst an aversion to