What is the correct spelling for CASE?

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Correct spellings for CASE

  • base A church at its base looked out upon an irregular square. That's the place Our base – Party by Human League
  • cafe The Hampton was one of the city's second-class hotels, but sufficiently pretentious to have, in its basement, a "cafe" furnished in the "mission" style of brass tacks and dull red leather. He bought her breakfast at a small cafe, mornin' turned into the rest of the day, – What The Heart Wants by Collin Raye
  • cage That parrot of yours, Marion, had escaped once again from its cage and was 'aving an argument with that cat which Captain Bassett has given to you. I have found the power to open the cage I left you behind me I turned the page – Look At Me Now by LAIS
  • cake He had not worked off a cake ; yet he had tried all the tricks of the trade, even to the washing of a hermit; but the hermit died.
  • cane This conversation had been carried on at the rear of the cane -board, where the customers could not overhear it, and when the jewelry fakir walked toward the exhibition building it was necessary to satisfy Tim's curiosity regarding what had been accomplished.
  • cape In 1476 we find him among the sailors on some galleys bound for England and attacked by pirates off the Portuguese Cape St. Vincent.
  • care I want to care for something, or for some one.
  • case What is the case ?
  • cased Was it by chance or calculation that a fold of her dress disarranged displayed the slender foot, with its arched instep-set off by the delicate brodequin, a labor of love to the Parisian Crispin-and the straight, beautifully-turned ankle, cased in dead-white silk?
  • cash He took the horse, but he didn't pay cash .
  • cask The cask had been rolled into the shop by this time, and the throng of people carried her along.
  • cast I had cast off my brother for a treacherous woman!
  • caste "His caste is not our caste ," objected Ananda, with the unconscious superiority of a man of better birth.
  • cause She could not understand herself; she had strange dreams; she cried seemingly without the slightest cause and she was restless and unhappy.
  • cave I was ignorant of all your goodness, when we parted in the hermit's cave .
  • cease Flushed with victory, they did not cease from their political agitations.
  • chase All our literature is full of praise of the chase -especially of the wild goose chase .
  • ease Troubles spring from idleness, and grievous toils from needless ease .
  • vase
  • Came "I was thinking of you when you came.
  • Casey "I hope so," said Tom, "but just at present I know how they felt in Mudville: "'O somewhere birds are singing and somewhere children shout, But there's no joy in Mudville-mighty Casey has struck out.
  • cases We of course get doubtful cases , e.
  • SASE
  • LASE

6 words made from the letters CASE