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Correct spellings for CATUCH

  • cache Do you think I would have brought you to Dead Man's Cache if I had intended you to go away alive?
  • cash If they ask for a little cash at any time, I will give it.
  • cat His cat came and got right between his feet.
  • catch I don't believe they will catch either Tassara or Zuroaga this time.
  • catcher Second threw home, but he threw wildly and the ball struck the ground to the left of the catcher and went bounding back toward the fence.
  • catchy All hands being idle, the Samoans spent the time in singing the catchy songs of Samoa, most of which I was familiar with from my long stay in those islands, and their delight was great when I joined in.
  • clutch I would have liked to step out and offer; but the memory of that horrible clutch was with me, and for the life of me, I could not summon up the courage.
  • coach It was not likely that I should refuse such an offer, and, leave being obtained, we set off by the coach as Nettleship intended.
  • couch She pointed to the opening by her couch .
  • crouch I haven't a doubt but that Crouch was guilty.
  • crutch Coming all this way without your crutch .
  • dutch Although for a quarter of a century in possession of the British, New York was still for the most part a Dutch town, and the keen-eyed Scotch boy saw much that was novel and interesting in the quaint ways of the people and the odd appearance of the houses.
  • gauche When this game was played I was always chosen as first ostrich, as at that time I could easily outrun and out-jump any of my gauche playmates, even those who were three or four years older than myself.
  • gaucho Lucien could throw a lasso almost as well as Basil himself; and that was equal to a Mexican "vaquero" or a "gaucho" of the Pampas.
  • tech "Look, there goes Banker of the Philadelphia Polytechnic, and Rayburn of the Boston Tech ," cried Jimsy the next instant as a biplane and a graceful white-winged monoplane shot aloft on trial trips, their motors exploding loudly and a tail of blue smoke streaming out behind them.
  • touch Then he felt her hand touch his arm, and started.
  • tush Tush, my little Emilia!
  • Caught If I'm caught, you all go!
  • Cato But this severe ideal had begun to fade even in the days of the elder Cato .
  • CATT Poor Mr. Catt , what was he to do?

30 words made from the letters CATUCH

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