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Correct spellings for CAME

  • acme
  • cafe We'll wake up in the mornin' have coffee at a small cafe, Find a celebration, and listen to the guitars play. – Rainbow Rider by Chris LeDoux
  • cage She can sing like a bird in a cage, Oh Lord, if you could see her when she's up on that stage! – Antichrist Television Blues by Arcade Fire, The
  • cake
  • cam
  • camel And during our travels at least he never flagged-the large eyes never lost their brightness; and who ever saw a camel, even though his master may seek rest or shade as he finds opportunity, shrink from the blazing brightness of the sun?
  • cameo It grew colder rapidly, and Ingleby, who rose and flung fresh branches on the fire, stood looking towards the west, a spare black figure, with outline clean-cut as a cameo against the flickering light, when the sharp ringing of a rifle came suddenly down the valley.
  • camp He said: "Always be careful to do nothing bad in camp.
  • cane Then she walked with a cane and her father's arm; then with the cane alone; and at last, one day in May,-oddly enough it was the anniversary of Hetty's wedding-day,-Dr. Eben burst into her room, exclaiming: Hetty!
  • cape It moved step by step; if one of Prince Henry's captains, creeping down the west coast of Africa, discovered a cape a hundred miles south of the known world, the most he could probably do was to imagine that there might lie, still another hundred miles farther south, another cape; to sail for it in faith and hope, to find it, and to imagine another possibility yet another hundred miles away.
  • care Course the doll didn't care."
  • case She's not a hard case-yet; but she will be.
  • cave I don't see any cave.
  • come He could not come.
  • dame Trouble not thyself, good dame.
  • game How good it would be to have a game....
  • lame "Yes; but though the pain may be over, it may leave you lame.
  • name In heaven's name, what have you done to this room?
  • same
  • tame
  • Came
  • Fame
  • Jame
  • CAMS
  • able to recognize
  • hadst to name
  • hadst transaction