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Correct spellings for CANCE

  • cadence Seeing them, Betty said again: 'It wouldn't work-for any of us,' with a new gentle cadence in her tone.
  • can "But how can he?
  • cancel He insists only upon this, that Mertoun shall not be deceived: and that she shall cancel the promise of an interview which she has given him for the following day.
  • cancer How many here are hiding that dreadful malady, cancer?
  • cane During this war the only weapon Gordon carried was a cane; and men grew to regard this stick as a kind of magic wand, and Gordon as a man whom nothing could harm.
  • cannes Gwynneth also might have drifted from Cannes to Nice, and from Nice to Mentone, for she had been taken from school on Lydia's marriage, and assigned a permanent position at the side of Lady Gleed.
  • canoe All our things were lashed to the wooden frame of the canoe to prevent the wind and the sea from carrying them away.
  • case I think of that, in any case."
  • chance Don't you think I ought to make someone else happy when I have the chance?
  • cns
  • cone Sometimes these pits received the addition of an iron truncated cone which was movable.
  • cornice The next morning Cynthia, who was walking about the town alone, found herself gazing over a picket fence at a great square house with a very wide cornice that stood by itself in the centre of a shade-flecked lawn.
  • dance Did I never see you dance?
  • glance She did not glance at them as she moved away, but her quick return with a glass of milk showed that one of them, at least, was in her thoughts.
  • lance Even then, it's perhaps just as well there are a few men with the courage of their convictions who will couch the lance in the face of any opposition that can be brought against them, and ride right home.
  • sconce Above the door a lamp burned in an iron sconce set in the masonry.
  • Caned "But why did Mr Tooke order me to be caned?
  • Canes We followed the track of the blacks, which was distinctly marked by the plants and canes being trampled down where they had gone across the garden and plantation, and continued on for some distance.
  • Canoes Whenever the dragging float marks the end of the line in tow of the frightened creature, the line of skin canoes follows.
  • Jane Jane, what am I to do?
  • Clancy Mr. Clancy said in his downright manner that he would not as yet express his view publicly: but that he was not going to reject this offer for the sake of fixing taxes on tea and tobacco, and that when the right time came, he would say so.
  • Kane "Pleased to meet you, Mr. Jevons," said Kane, looking at me with the same curiosity I studied him with.
  • Vance "Why, certainly, Miss Vance," he answered, still too much stupefied by her presence to realize it.
  • Candace I told you to tell Candace to look out for it.
  • Candice All o' we chilluns, Duncan, Candice, Mariah, Len, Willis, William, Sidney, Lindy, Mary, Rilda, an' me, all of mammy's chilluns was dar at de en' of de war.
  • Janice Patty's advantages had been rather limited, but she was quick and shrewd and made the most of them, though the feeling between her and Janice Kent rather amused Madam Wetherill.
  • Cancers The reverse are cancers upon society-an annoyance to courts the sepulchres of their clients' money-living nuisances in the commoving mass.
  • cans David looked in the cans.
  • cones One needle, square in cross section, stiff and sharp; cones 3 to 5 inches long, scales papery.
  • CAINS The moment you were to use such gains the curse of a hundred Cains would be upon you.
  • caners
  • caner
  • grandest

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