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Correct spellings for COASR

  • caesar
  • caesura Then there is the comparatively unmarked rhythm of the intellectual argumentative passage which follows: till emotion begins again to overwhelm reflection, and shows itself in the strong alliteration of "light," "land," "light," "live," "life," "living," and in the strong caesura after "buried," the more marked for coming so early in the verse.
  • care "You see, I'm afraid I don't care for you-like that," she said.
  • case In that case we wouldn't have been found in time.
  • cask He had good reason to be grave, for he knew what we did not, that he had only one cask of water left, and provisions scarcely sufficient for a couple of days.
  • cast Somebody cast off the lines.
  • castro Madame de Castro pointed to a chair.
  • coarse "And we thought her coarse," mused Isabelle.
  • coarsen
  • coast
  • coaster
  • coax So we've come back to take our former farm, Fix it up somehow, coax back its old charm, And live here-by the city noise unstirred- To cogitate on what we've seen and heard While living in a bustle and a brawl That sometimes hardly let us think at all.
  • coaxer This will prepare the young editor for the surprise and consequent temptation to profanity which in a few years he may experience when he finds that the name of the Deity in his double-leaded editorial is spelled with a little "g," and the peroration of the article is locked up between a death notice and the advertisement of a patent moustache coaxer, which is to follow pure reading matter every day in the week and occupy the top of column on Sunday tf.
  • cora
  • core
  • corsair
  • cos
  • cost
  • course
  • cows
  • cr
  • crass Reynolds, were to denounce him for drunkenness, crass incapacity, gross blundering, and a most shocking lack of discipline and organization.
  • cross
  • cs
  • czar
  • Causer
  • corer
  • Crows
  • Carr
  • Cary
  • Cory
  • Cara
  • jars
  • cars
  • cores
  • caws
  • coos
  • GARS
  • COORS
  • CORR
  • CO'S
  • CRAWS
  • CURS
  • corers
  • coarser
  • crasser
  • allurings
  • attainablenesses
  • end-owed
  • end-owing
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