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Correct spellings for CANEDA
- canada There were not enough horses and oxen in Canada to move the supplies for the army from Montreal to Quebec by land.
- candy "Haven't got any candy," said the cook.
- cane I was very glad when, getting out of the wood, we found ourselves on the borders of a sugar-cane plantation.
- canned Canned fruits are eaten with a spoon.
- canted She had settled her glasses on her nose again, and now, with her finger, went following the bows round under her hair, to be sure they "canted right."
- Caned One hardly knows at whom more to wonder-whether at the distinguished French scholar who sees so many trees that he cannot see a forest, and who, not content with declaring the "Book of the Duchess," as a whole as well as in its details, a servile imitation of Machault, pronounces it at the same time one of Chaucer's feeblest productions; or at the equally eminent English scholar who, with a flippancy which for once ceases to be amusing, opines that Chaucer ought to "have felt ashamed of himself for this most lame and impotent conclusion" of a poem "full of beauties," and ought to have been "caned for it!"
- Canoed Whereupon, seeking health and a means of existence, starting from a point on the Mahoning river, he canoed with sketch and note book, but alone, down stream a distance of more than five hundred miles.
- Craned He started, craned his neck, and regarded his adversary first with one eye then with the other.
- ConEd We descry the Aetnean brotherhood standing impotent with scowling eye, their stately heads up to heaven, a dreadful consistory; even as on a mountain summit stand oaks high in air or coned cypresses, a high forest of Jove or covert of Diana.