What is the correct spelling for CBBEY?
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Correct spellings for CBBEY
- abbey Again the daisied grasses beside the castle walls Will stir with softest sighing, to hear the wind's footfalls; And through the moss-grown abbey , along Killarney's shore, The melodies of Erin will echo evermore, And roll and roll and roll, Till spirit hands shall toll The music of the uplands unto the listening soul.
- cab Rather hurriedly he asked her to get into the cab .
- cafe Of my name, monsieur-the Cafe Bonnechose, Oxford Street.
- cap Though they all pretended she was going to winter at Cap Martin.
- cave "They're going to Aladdin's Cave .
- cheap It would not do to make himself too cheap , he reflected.
- chef When I went to 218, I found only the chef , and he told me the party had gone for a ride.
- chief "Not so," said the chief .
- chip Suddenly Mister Gabriel Chip munk stopped screaming his "Chip!
- chop Drain, and serve with melted butter; or, chop fine, press out all the liquid, reheat in Cream Sauce, season with a little grated nutmeg and at the last add two tablespoonfuls of butter.
- coffee Take that down and have some fresh coffee sent up.
- cop The ordinary "cop" tries to do his duty as effectively as he can.
- cope Well, King Simon I could cope with that.
- copy "She has sent you, dear George, a copy of the letter you ought to have received more than two years ago.
- coup He had funds from the Atlantic and South-Central Mail-car coup when he arrived here last April.
- cowboy That fine big cowboy !
- cube But their advanced guard, Orvieto, stands up definite and solid, an almost perfect cube , with walls precipitous to north and south and east, but slightly sloping to the westward.
- cuff Mr. Price drew his legs into the room, and, closing the door with extraordinary care, passed the cuff of his coat across his eyes and surveyed them tenderly.
- cup "Do give me a cup of tea, somebody.