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  • alt und der kalender hinter dir ist schon 20 jahre alt es sieht so aus als rast die zeit ohne halt – Konservativ by Wohlstandskinder
  • cabot As we were all in perfect health, Dr. Cabot thought such a course could not hurt us.
  • cadet
  • calf Peer was crying-chiefly, it must be admitted, at the thought of having to bid good-bye to all the Troen folks and the two cows, and the calf, and the grey cat.
  • cali
  • calk Why not riprap the skirt, calk the solvages, readjust the box plaits, cat stitch the crown sheet, file down the gores, sandpaper the gaiters and discharge the dolman.
  • call
  • calla
  • called
  • calm
  • cant
  • capet The crier, who came into the street at seven o'clock, proclaimed the sentence that Louis Capet was to be executed the next day.
  • carat
  • caret
  • cart
  • cast
  • cat
  • caulk
  • celt
  • cleat
  • clot
  • clout
  • cold
  • colt He heard plainly enough what his mistress had said, but he could not bear to think of the colt leaving his sight, even for a short time.
  • could
  • coulter
  • count
  • court
  • cruet There was a silver cruet for sprinkling scented water, a filigree box for otto-of-roses, a small gold salver, a costly ancient shawl, and the old-fashioned ceremonial dress and ancestral turban.
  • cull
  • cult
  • curt
  • cut
  • fault
  • faulty
  • gaul
  • gaunt
  • gilt
  • glut
  • gould The minute after he had screwed the halfpenny out of the child, he'd throw down, may be, fifty guineas in gould, for the horse he'd fancy for his own riding: not that he rides better than the sack going to the mill, nor so well; but that he might have it to show, and say he was better mounted than any man at the fair: and the same he'd throw away more guineas than I could tell, at the head of a short-horned bull, or a long-horned bull, or some kind of a bull from England, may be, just becaase he'd think nobody else had one of the breed in all Ireland but himself."
  • guilt
  • halt
  • jaunt
  • jilt She's a girl of too much character to be a mere jilt."
  • jolt
  • kilt
  • malt
  • moult Thus, after the ordinary moult of a caterpillar, the insect only requires a short rest until the new skin is hardened.
  • occult
  • quilt
  • salt
  • ult I have now, Sir, completed my answers to the questions proposed in your letter of the 16th ult.
  • vault
  • Cal
  • Can't
  • Capulet
  • Carl
  • Caught
  • Claude
  • Carla
  • Carly
  • Carlo
  • Walt
  • calls
  • CAPT About the same time, Capt.
  • CATT How's Thomas Catt today?
  • caplet
  • clued
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