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Correct spellings for CORIS

  • caries
  • cords
  • corps Unfortunately, I'd been a ham operator and I'd been in the corps that beamed those fireships onto the Invader supply fleet in the dense fog.
  • cross It makes her cross.
  • doris But Doris said no.
  • gris In the ante-passport abolition days an employe in the Bureau des Passeportes might have put her down as follows: Des yeux-gris; nez-aquilin; teint-pale; cheveux-noirs; et taille moyenne.
  • Kris Got a kris through his shoulder, and thought it was poisoned.
  • Loris This threat concerns Loris and I. We are the only two who will ever be buried in our family plot.
  • Cowries A pregnant woman who is afraid that her child will die will sometimes sell it to a neighbour before its birth for five or six cowries.
  • Cries The struggle continued, and her cries increased.
  • Crows The other crows went home, but Jim Crow came and perched in Robert Robin's tree.
  • Curios "I don't think that," said I. "As far as I can see, they are not very different from any other South American curios."
  • Boris And if grandfather asks no questions about it, I shall count it a lucky dress and save it till Boris comes home.
  • Chris We want Chris Foy!
  • Corns Then came Bain, who weighed two hundred and seventeen pounds, had been a preacher, and was so mild that if you stood on his corns he would only ask you to get off when it was time to go to class.
  • cares "Nobody cares where you're going!
  • cures You go and you fetch him, you pay him for his time, and he cures you.
  • cores Try placing the audio-frequency transformers farther apart and the cores of them at right angles to each other.
  • corks Quick with it, or I'll draw your corks with the point of my sword."
  • CORMS
  • gores Three of the Miss Duffys were coming to the Drawing-Room, and four of the Honourable Miss Gores; the Goulds and Scullys made one party, and to avoid Mrs. Barton, the Ladies Cullen had pleaded important duties.
  • corers
  • curies
  • ex-cruciate
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