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- acute This was evidently his intention, however, for she heard their footsteps drawing nearer, and she was possessed by a momentary shyness so acute that she nearly fled through the window.
- aught Neither hedge nor ditch hid aught from me, although a mile on, skirting the open plain was a belt of trees.
- cad If so, please answer me in same tone of voice, for remember that you de-e-evil of a swell, Lord of the Little Bonsa, and must not speak like co-o-ommon cad.
- cant Whenever it began to deviate from the straight rolling necessary to keep it on the center of the skids, one of the workers thrust the shoe of his cant-hook under one end of the log.
- canute Canute, his character and conduct, vii. 276. remarks on his code of laws, vii. 483.
- cart Before long we reached a tolerable cart-track, which led across the waste to a village, and the wind being now behind us, I resumed the more comfortable seat in the saddle.
- carter He agreed with the carter that he should take Bertalda on his wagon, where, as the man assured him, there were a quantity of soft cotton-bales, upon which she could be conveyed to castle Ringstetten, and the knight was to accompany them on horseback.
- cast The tall trees cast a dark shadow over the water and the horses had become lost in this obscurity.
- cat I have been living in terror lest it should go back underground in the shape of a black cat.
- catch If they catch one they don't catch any more.
- cater However, after the bombing of the SU Carburetter factory in Coventry during the Second World War in 1941, production switched to Addingham, at which time up to 1,000 people worked there and prefabricated homes were erected in Ilkley to cater for the sudden increase in employees.
- Can't Why can't they just be friends?"
- Cato Cato was ignorant of it.
- Cathy Cathy stopped pawing in the drawer.
- cats But they all were cats of one kind or another.
- CAPT Smith, our President, to the Falls, to the little Powhatan, where, unknown to me, he sold me to him for a town called Powhatan; and, leaving me with him, the little Powhatan, he made known to Capt.
- CATT A suffrage lecture course was arranged in eight cities, from November, 1892, to March, 1893, inclusive, with Miss Anthony and Miss Shaw, president and vice-president-at-large of the National Association and Mrs. Carrie Chapman Catt, chairman of the organization committee, Mrs. Clara Bewick Colby of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Lida A. Meriwether of Tennessee, as speakers.