What is the correct spelling for CASKE?

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Correct spellings for CASKE

  • ask Do you think I could ask , mother?"
  • askew With her cap askew , she appeared at the head of the stairs.
  • cage An impulse now stirred her heart, her lips moved, and at last, like a wild bird escaped from its cage , she lifted up her voice, and sang for the first time in years.
  • cake Lenore, turning, saw her father hold out the little gray cake that Jake had found in the wheat-field.
  • case I'm on this case , and I'm on it to stay!
  • cased Shortly afterwards, accompanied by several trumpets and mounted on a powerful steed that threatened to crush the whole place, the great lacquey Tosilos made his appearance on one side of the courtyard with his visor down and stiffly cased in a suit of stout shining armour.
  • cask He would come in the evening, and rail at the cask containing my late master for hours at a time; during which he drank so much wine, that it was a very common circumstance for him to remain in the house until the next morning.
  • casket "To tell them, of course, of-that," he added, pointing to the empty casket .
  • cassie "Cassie," said Ruth, "your goodness to me has been almost past understanding; but I could hate you if you spoke against her, for I love her."
  • caste Are we going to turn them out and make a separate despised caste of them?
  • cause "It was the cause : it was the cause " alone.
  • coke He dropped a volume of Coke on Littleton on it last March-no, it was April, because it was April he spent at my mother's.
  • gasket "Because we blew out a cylinder gasket ," says he.
  • sake But you're a man of sense, Rockamore, and you know you've got to help me out of this for your own sake .
  • Capek
  • Casey "The poor lady," said Dr. Casey , "whom I treated found it a very serious matter."
  • Jake "Then it's my intention to drop Jake Winthrop now.
  • cases And when they had lightly glanced round the rooms, he was for getting away again; but she was bent on remaining until the world should arrive, and declared that she had not half exhausted the interest of the various cases .
  • casks The Spaniards were unable to embark their water-casks, and, as it was now nearly night, they determined to remain on shore.
  • cakes When they added the honey, brought by the bees, they had sweet cakes with mead.