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  • ado Sir, said Sir Palomides, I am full loath to have ado with that knight, and cause why is, for as to-morn the great tournament shall be; and therefore I will keep myself fresh by my will.
  • ardor And he had looked at her the night before with the same ardor!
  • bard Again unmann'd, a shower of sorrows shed; Conceal'd he wept; the king observed alone The silent tear, and heard the secret groan; Then to the bard aloud-O cease to sing, Dumb be thy voice and mute the harmonious string; Enough the feast has pleased, enough the power Of heavenly song has crown'd the genial hour!
  • cad Lord Blackadder is a cad-a cruel, cowardly ruffian.
  • caddie Other words in the dialect are "caddie" to humbug; "cham" to chew; "barken" a homestead; and "bittle" a mallet.
  • cadre Shortly after arriving, Colby succeeded Komer as head of CORDS, which drew on a wide range of US and South Vietnamese organizations, including the CIA stations Rural Development cadre.
  • cairo He did not know what to do; the absence of the Iretons from Cairo had shattered his last hope.
  • candor He was the soul of candor.
  • candy I do not know whether or not Wango understood what Bunny and Sue said, but I am sure he knew that the candy and peanuts were good to eat.
  • canto The first Canto of the poem contains that singular episode, when-
  • capo 1831, May 22. They bring intelligence that Mousi-toosese-capo is at their tent, having lately joined them, without his family of two women and two children, who perished during the winter.
  • car The officer stepped into the car and addressed them.
  • carat
  • carboy Marshal Wimpelheimer trotted briskly toward the fire for a better view, and trotted briskly back again as another carboy let go.
  • card
  • cards
  • care
  • caret
  • cargo
  • carnot Carnot who was then Minister of War, made a report to the First Consul on this affair, which, but for the firmness of Bernadotte, might have been attended with disagreeable results.
  • carp Pike-carp-and all the other good things."
  • carrot
  • cart
  • carter
  • carton
  • cat
  • cd
  • chard
  • coda Constance did not remain in the kitchen, because the cups and saucers were left for Maggie to wash up as a fitting coda to Maggie's monthly holiday.
  • code
  • cody
  • condo
  • cord
  • cordon
  • cords
  • credo They fought to the death about this credo and that, but the same spirit was in all of them.
  • cud
  • curd The next day the Curd will be thick and firm above, and the drink clear under it.
  • curt
  • dado A frieze or dado, or complete panelling of a room, may be worked in this way at a comparatively small cost.
  • gad
  • gird
  • guard
  • hairdo
  • hard
  • jade
  • judo And the way the Weeping Greek kept hitting the other fellow-the announcer said he was throwing Judo cutlets.
  • lard
  • quarto
  • ricardo
  • ward
  • yard
  • Carded In some mills they draw the cotton out into these long strands and double together four or eight slivers before they are carded.
  • Carder
  • Cared
  • Carl
  • Kurd Ali Bey, the governor, was a remarkably handsome old man, a Kurd.
  • Cato
  • Carr
  • Cary
  • Cara On his return to the parlors, Cara presented Benton to her ladies-in-waiting, the Countess Fernandez and the Countess Jaurez, who were to travel as Miss Carstow's aunts.
  • Cardin
  • Carlo
  • cars
  • carts
  • COD
  • KARO
  • CATT
  • COED
  • CADS I don't fancy they'd stick at a trifle, the cads!
  • GAWD
  • JATO
  • CUED
  • CURDS
  • KART
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