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  • asp Atractaspis boulengeri, or the Central African burrowing asp, is a species of venomous snake in the family Atractaspididae.
  • cap He wore his cap.
  • cape At last they reached Cape Hermaeum, where vessels came to receive them.
  • caper As he was thus thinking he let the bridle fall, and the horse began to caper about, so that he was continually disturbed in his meditations, and could not collect his thoughts at all.
  • capo For two days they continued violent attacks, penetrating to within 20 miles of Venice, at Capo Silo.
  • carp Boges' smile at these words was one of great satisfaction; he rubbed his hands and answered: "When I was a child I had no greater pleasure than to watch a fish writhing on the hook; now I have got you, my splendid golden carp, at the end of my line, and I can't let you go until I have sated myself on your impatience."
  • carper Carper admits to slapping his ex wife, denies family abuse; stepson speaks out".
  • case It's only a case of loss of blood, I think.
  • cased Walled about with drifts of snow, Hearing the fierce north wind blow, Seeing all the landscape white, And the river cased in ice, 90 Comes this memory of delight, Comes this vision unto me Of a long-lost Paradise In the land beyond the sea.
  • caspar He is like Caspar Hauser gazing for the first time on green fields.
  • cassie Bluebird", by Katie Noonan from Skin "Bluebird", by Sara Bareilles from Kaleidoscope Heart "Bluebird", by Spencer Krug from Beast Moans "Bluebirds", by Adam Green from Friends of Mine "The Blue Bird", by Charles Villiers Stanford "Blue Bird", by Cassie Steele from How Much for Happy "Blue Bird", by Kobukuro
  • caste I turn my sight to realms where caste is unknown.
  • cause It happened in the space of a day, and no one knows the cause of it.
  • clasp Had he been afraid to clasp her in his arm a year before?
  • cope Before, then, we complain of foreign competition-a complaint which is bitterly heard to-day as against England in France, Germany, Austria, and the United States-let us be certain that we are doing all we honestly can to cope with it.
  • copse Then there was an ascent through a cornfield to a copse.
  • crape You haven't got such a thing as a bit o' crape about you, have you, miss?
  • cusp The burner is something like an inverted Argand arranged to produce a circular flame projecting downward with a central cusp.
  • gape It is perilous to make a chasm in human affections; not that they gape so long and wide-but so quickly close again!
  • gasp He heard a gasp.
  • jape
  • jasper
  • Carps 'Turkeys, carps, hops, pikarel, and beer, Came into England all in a year;'
  • Gasped "What," gasped Elizabeth, "do you want me to do?"
  • Casey Casey replied, That is not the question.
  • caps Cotton or woollen caps are more worn than hats, as was the custom in England until about the time of Henry the Eighth.
  • cases They took the other cases first.
  • capes Nevertheless, a hackney-coachman, who seemed to have as many capes to his greasy great-coat as he was years old, packed me up in his coach and hemmed me in with a folding and jingling barrier of steps, as if he were going to take me fifty miles.
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