What is the correct spelling for CCK-ACK?
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Correct spellings for CCK-ACK
- cake So, after all, it's a good thing for the cake, 'lowin' 't we want to have it rich in fruit, that she is goin'.
- case If that's the case, I reckon the days o' Cris Carrol air drawin' to a close.
- cash In cash or something I can get cash on.
- cause Men did not cause the war.
- chaos Far up as the eye could reach, the broken rocks were piled in huge chaos.
- check "And why must you check me?
- cheek To get out of the light into the dark, to feel the cool wind upon his cheek, oh!
- cheese Another correspondent asks, "Should cheese be eaten with a fork?"
- choice It was just such a death as he had often said would be his choice.
- choose "If I had to die," she said, half to herself, "I would choose to die on such a day as this."
- coach It was a coach like Cinderella's, though not so pumpkiny.
- cook I will cook, wash, and do all the house work.
- couch Corrie, on his knee beside the couch, looked up and dragged himself erect.
- Chose But she chose me from the very first.
- cases I have heard of such cases before.
- causes We see the very wracke that we must suffer, And vnauoyded is the danger now For suffering so the causes of our wracke Nor.
- coaches In the windows on either side of the street were set candles; and a line of coaches was drawn up against the gutter on the further side.
- choices So soon as he begins to observe that he is an honest man, to call attention to the fact, and to be much impressed by the honor of his choices-at that moment suspicion of him should be entertained, for honesty has with him ceased to be a habit.