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Correct spellings for CHUAHUA

  • chad The Major looked around and Chad explained: "I hurt my foot comin' down the river an' hit got wuss walkin' so much."
  • chafe If you must chafe under disappointment, and indulge angry passion, let it out in the excitement of the world, where the rough friction of business will help you to get rid of it, or where nobody has time to care whether you get rid of it or not.
  • chaff On this point I was wont to chaff him, for there was no man with whom you could more easily argue without hurting his feelings.
  • chain This broke her chain , for they don't believe in mournin' as one without hope, and they believe in wanderin' round and seein' the beautiful world all you can, and takin' some comfort while you are in it.
  • chair "She was just old enough to be put to the table in a high chair ," said the lady.
  • chaise They went a little way up the hill together, out of sight of Mrs. Halifax, who was busy putting the two younger boys into the chaise .
  • chaos But my chief reason is the chaos of public opinion on this question.
  • chap A chap that has never heard of Siwash.
  • chapeau Lord Lindore was aware of this, and he did not attempt to vie with the Duke of Altamont in the splendour of his equipage, the richness of his liveries, the number of his attendants, or any of those previous attractions attractions; on the contrary, everything belonging to him was of the plainest description; and, except in the beauty of his horses, he seemed to scorn every species of extravagance; but then he rode with so much elegance, he drove his curricle with such graceful ease, as formed a striking contrast to the formal Duke, sitting bolt-upright in his state chariot, chapeau bras, and star; and the Duchess often quitted the Park, where Lord Lindore was the admired of all admirers, mortified and ashamed at being seen in the same carriage with the man she had chosen for her husband.
  • char
  • chard
  • charge
  • charm
  • chart
  • chary I am indeed too chary of my words, when I have not already spoken to him.
  • chase
  • chaser Are you a rainbow chaser ?"
  • chat
  • chateau
  • chatty Mr. Herbert Paul, in his paper on the Bishop, says that those who went to see him at Fulham on a Sunday afternoon always found him, if they found him at all, "leisurely, chatty , hospitable, and apparently without a care in the world.
  • chaucer
  • cheap
  • cheat
  • cheater
  • cheque
  • chi
  • chichi
  • chihuahua
  • chorea
  • chou
  • chub
  • chubby
  • chuck
  • chug
  • chukka
  • chum
  • chummy
  • church
  • churl
  • churn
  • chute
  • cia
  • ha
  • hash
  • haw
  • hay
  • hue
  • hush
  • hutch
  • shah
  • shush
  • Chappy
  • sharia
  • Chan Encounter, Transformation, and Genealogy in Chinese Chan Buddhism.
  • Chaney
  • Che
  • Hugh
  • Shaka
  • Shana
  • Shawna
  • Shaun
  • Shanna
  • Shauna
  • Hui
  • Chars
  • chairs Then they all left their chairs ,-but as they did so Mr. Spooner finished the bottle of port-wine.
  • CH Ch Interpreter, 144. La Montagne.
  • HUH
  • BAHIA It was a hazardous undertaking, but he omitted no precaution; and after the vessel had been three days at sea, and was still three hundred miles from Bahia , the effect he desired was satisfactorily produced.
  • churner
  • shahs
  • cheaper
  • cheapo
  • unclever

15 words made from the letters CHUAHUA

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