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  • caress There will always be a girl's caress, To change your answer From a NO to YES, There'll always be a lady fair, – Sailor's Chantey by Unknown Author
  • caries
  • case He didn't know that disrespect Would lead to such a serious case. If you knew how to read the situation You would stay your his place. – Five Feet by aceyalone
  • crane Get out the crane Construction time again – Pipeline by depeche mode
  • crape There they sat and trembled behind their long crape veils....
  • crash Boom boom crash Boom boom smash – Break You Hard by natalia kills
  • crass They set him to deal with circumstances which had long ago proved too difficult for themselves, and awaited confidently the outcome-the crass mistake, or oversight, or mere misfortune that, with the aid of a possible court martial, would reduce him to a proper state of humbleness.
  • crate
  • crave Encouraged by the favor which had been extended to him in Massachusetts, De la Tour arrived in person in Boston, June 12, 1643, to crave assistance against D'Aulnay, his rival.
  • craze You cannot possibly imagine his taking up anything, from a new kind of cigar, a new form of hat, or a new type of novel, because he was told it was the right thing to do, or because he thought it was expedient for a politician with a future to encourage this or that fashionable craze.
  • crazed Those who think you selfish must be crazed.
  • crazy Whatever gave you this crazy idea?
  • crease A given degree of social pressure will make one man crease his trousers, while another man will not even know that the pressure to crease one's trousers exists!
  • creased
  • crecy They had done so at Crecy and Poitiers with disastrous effect, and he urged them to await the assault of the English.
  • cress
  • crispy
  • crosby
  • crosier
  • cross
  • cruise
  • cruiser
  • cruse
  • crusty
  • curacy Meeting with Mr. J. Alexander, then agent of the British and Foreign Bible Society at the Crystal Palace, he received from him a New Testament, and through reading it earnestly he became convinced of the truth of Christianity, and was baptized in 1873. He then studied at the London College of Divinity, and was ordained at York in 1875-6 to the curacy of St. Thomas there.
  • erase
  • grace
  • grass
  • grassy
  • graze
  • grease
  • greaser
  • greasy
  • Cray
  • Crees He supposed that those footprints he saw were made by Crees who had killed his son.
  • Cries
  • Crises
  • Casey
  • Kasey
  • Carey
  • cases
  • cares
  • cranes
  • crates
  • crashes
  • crassly How crassly ignorant they seemed.
  • creases They all three pulled and hauled till the envelope was spread level on the ground, all folds and creases having been carefully shaken out.
  • craves
  • CRAWS
  • crapes
  • crazes
  • crasser
  • Crusoe
  • cruses
  • crazier
  • attainablenesses
  • aureates
  • automatized
  • coordinations
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