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Correct spellings for CHAUTAQUA

  • chaotic The days which had passed since she confided to Helen the secret which she had so long carried alone had, in their way, been as full of chaotic conditions as had Armstrong's; yet it was but recently that she had come to realize the full importance of what had really happened.
  • chart I been too many places nobody's ever bothered to name or chart , to remember where it is, but I been here.
  • chat "I wonder whether you would care to come and have a chat with me.
  • chateau For convenience sake, we decided to close part of the chateau and all live as near together as possible in one wing.
  • chatty We went into the store, had the wire woman undressed, and her Dolly carried up-stairs, where I put it on, behind a red curtain, with a chatty female woman hooking it together, and buttoning it up in puffs and waves that made me stand out like a race-horse with a saddle on.
  • choctaw Naturally, the younger pilots amused themselves by imitating Sellers, and when Sam Clemens wrote abroad burlesque of the old man's contributions, relating a perfectly impossible trip, supposed to have been made in 1763 with a Chinese captain and a Choctaw crew, it was regarded as a masterpiece of wit.
  • chute I'm going to let some down the chute ."
  • chateaux The white Saigang pagodas on our left in the distance look like Scottish-baronial or French chateaux , embowered in foliage.
  • chats Many are the expedients that life in the country and friendly chats with your own handy man can teach you.
  • CHAUTAUQUA There was Grandfather Emerson carrying Grandmother Emerson's hat-box and valise; and there was their daughter, Lieutenant Roger Morton's wife, with a tall boy and girl, and a short girl and boy of her own, and a niece, Ethel, all burdened with the bags and bundles necessary for a night's comfort on the cars and a summer's stay at Chautauqua .

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