What is the correct spelling for CAUT?
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Correct spellings for CAUT
- cant It is generally believed that English Gipsy is a mere jargon of the cant and slang of all nations, that of England predominating; but a very slight examination of the Vocabulary will show that during more than three hundred years in England the Rommany have not admitted a single English word to what they correctly call their language.
- cart "I should like to try and persuade you to stay longer, but if you really cannot do so I will get the cart ready and drive you back.
- cast She cast a look over at the clock on the wall, and started.
- cat But there wasn't any cat at all.
- cut I don't want my head cut off!
- taut Someone is always telling him, as he is always telling himself, that things will slacken; but, somehow or other, the strings stay taut .
- Can't I can't tell you about it!"
- CAPT That upon his return he told Capt .
- CATT Four years later, in 1895, while she was working in New Mexico for the National Association, she was requested by Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt , chairman of its organization committee, to speak at the annual convention in Phoenix; and on the way she held preliminary meetings at Tucson, Tempe and other places.