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Correct spellings for CNNECT
- canned The adventure, reduced to its elements of canned food, alcohol lamp, sleeping-bags and toothbrushes, seemed no adventure at all, but a peaceful and pastoral excursion by three middle-aged women into green fields and pastures new.
- cant And when the coils yanked themselves loose and the rope ran too swiftly, even making the leather mittens smoke, Wade, with his cant -dog, threw the hawser hard against the stump and checked it.
- conceit Getting insufferable with his conceit !
- concert Full of these agreeable thoughts I fell asleep, and all the night my dreams were of happiness and of the pretty brunette who had played with me at the concert .
- connect To connect sin with her was monstrous.
- connected The well connected lady was a Christian also, and was sheltered by her great friends from the persecution.
- connector It is generally possible to use a connector with a higher rated temperature with a lower rated appliance inlet, but the keying feature of the inlet prevents use of a connector with a lower temperature rating.
- cornet Old Wainwright consented, and presently the somewhat husky tones of Tom's cornet resounded through the house.
- Cannot "No, no, I cannot.
- Can't "I'll write him that I can't go.
- Conned The French lesson which he and his daughters conned together was a scene out of Monsieur Moliere's comedy of "Tartuffe," and papa was pleased to be very facetious with Miss Theo, by calling her Madam, and by treating her with a great deal of mock respect and ceremony.
- connects He had conceived the plan of establishing himself there, and of collecting, during the summer months, all the ivory that he could find; then when, in winter, the arm of the sea which connects Ljakow with the continent should be frozen over, to transport in a sleigh this treasure to the Siberian coast, in order to sell it to the Russian traders, who come every year in search of the products of the country."