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  • casing Therese then approached the open door, leaned her back against its casing, and turned her pretty profile towards Hosmer, who, it need not be supposed, was averse to looking at it-only to being caught in the act.
  • casino The sister, who was a stranger too, began to worry how she would find her way back to the train, but I assured her once arrived at the Casino, she only had to walk up to our camp to get a F.A.N.Y. car.
  • chafing Both monarch and republic, chafing under the protection of Elizabeth, were drawn into so close a union as to excite her anger and jealousy-sentiments which in succeeding years were to become yet more apparent.
  • chain "The way it all came about," Sir Thomas went on, playing nervously with his watch-chain, "was just this.
  • chains Then the judge sprang up and cruelly punished his wives and put them in chains.
  • charming On the contrary, there will be one very charming man indeed.
  • cheating I am a lucky man; every creature I have to do with tries to cheat or outwit me; that Irish friend of yours, you-" "Excuse me, Sir," I interrupted, reddening; "cheating implies trust, and you did not trust us.
  • chewing He drew a tuft of his beard between his teeth and stood chewing it.
  • chiding Loudons voice was drily chiding as he took a pad of paper and scribbled briefly.
  • chin He was apt to stand very still and silent for a length of time, and had a habit of holding his chin up in the air, which led some people to say that he "held himself very high."
  • china Here you run a ranch, and make quite big with it, yet you never eat off a china plate, or spread your table with anything better than a newspaper.
  • chine
  • chino
  • chisinau
  • choking
  • chosen
  • cosign
  • easing
  • shading
  • shaking
  • shaping
  • sharing
  • shaving
  • sing
  • Basing Here we are at a loss for facts as to the early period; but after 1890, when the first census of Negro churches was taken, we have some very informing statistics: and although the general census of 1900 took no account of such statistics, the United States Bureau of the Census took a special census of religious institutions in 1906, basing its report upon returns received from the local organizations themselves.
  • Ceasing They can draw on the co-operation of all the other arts without ceasing to be themselves and without losing any of their essential qualities.
  • Chaffing This chaffing colloquy had raised a general laugh and put Hyde on good terms with the company.
  • Chaining
  • Chairing
  • Chancing
  • Chapping
  • Charring
  • Charging
  • Chasing
  • Chatting
  • Chiming
  • Chiseling
  • Choosing
  • Hazing
  • Shaming
  • Shying
  • Visaing
  • Phasing
  • Suing
  • Chan
  • charting
  • cussing
  • CHINS
  • hosing
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