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Correct spellings for COUCEL

  • cancel The two ships must pass together through the neutral-point where the gravities of Earth and Moon exactly cancel out.
  • carousel The carousel features 35 hand-carved jumping wooden horses and two hand-carved chariots which serve as benches.
  • casual Pat's face suddenly changed; his eyes flashed, and his voice shook when next he spoke, though he endeavoured to assume a casual air.
  • causal And if he finds that they have some one circumstance invariably or even frequently present, although he cannot prove that they have no other circumstance in common as the Cannon of Single Agreement requires, the presumption of causal connexion is strong enough to furnish good ground for further inquiry.
  • cause Her cries were loud, and Mrs. Wood, who heard them, ran in great fear to know the cause.
  • cecal
  • circle
  • clue
  • coal
  • coarsely
  • cobble Within is a large, cobble-paved court around which the hotel is built, and out upon the upstairs veranda overlooking this we are led and assigned to rooms.
  • cockle Two of these cockle-shells still moved up and down under the black, mountainous side of the ship, and the officer whose duty it was to see the passengers off was visibly restless.
  • coddle What had he been Doing that he should attempt to Coddle her into a Forgiving Mood?
  • codicil It was only this morning, when the codicil giving the legacy to Geoffrey was waiting to be executed, that his real feeling in the matter came out.
  • coerce
  • coil
  • col
  • cole
  • comely
  • conceal
  • cool
  • corbel A. Yes; they were generally very low and massive; and the exterior, especially of the upper story, was often decorated with arcades of blank semicircular and intersecting arches; the parapet consisted of a plain projecting blocking-course, supported by the corbel table.
  • council
  • counsel
  • couple
  • course
  • courser
  • cowl
  • cozily
  • cruel
  • cudgel
  • cull
  • curl
  • cutely
  • cycle
  • joule
  • joyce
  • soul
  • tousle
  • Joel
  • Coll In 1860 she issued a coll.
  • Coulee
  • Coley
  • Cues
  • coercer
  • joules
  • clues
  • coulees
  • coulis
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