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  • caress Saba rose at once and, pressing his nose close to her, claimed his usual caress.
  • cash 11,735. Are you paid for them in cash?
  • cosh "Moly-havers," retorted Cosh, who had a vague sense that Nestie, with his finished little manner, his English accent, his unusual dress, and his high-sounding name, was an offence to the Seminary.
  • crash For a wild moment he wished to burst out upon them, to crash their heads together, to hurt-then his self-control returned.
  • crease Although he was still under thirty, this forecasting habit had marked two semicircular lines above his eyebrows, which threatened, at this moment, to crease into their wonted shapes.
  • creche What spell suddenly evoked the image of her invalid mother, all the details of the attic room, the litter of pencils on the table; the windows of a florist's shop where, standing on the pavement, she had studied hungrily the shapes of the blossoms poverty denied her as models; the interior of the Creche, which she had penetrated in order to sketch the heads of sleeping babies, as a study for cherubs?
  • cred
  • cree Something's happened-a bad job up in the Cree country, I think."
  • cress Garnish with cress and lemon.
  • crest She ran downstairs on the crest of it.
  • crew Their boat's crew is made up.
  • crouch On whichever side the bull answers, the canoe is backed silently away into the shadow against the opposite bank; and there the hunters crouch motionless till their game shows himself clearly in the moonlight on the open shore.
  • crush If the weight of my own self-contempt could crush me, I should be dead.
  • crusher "Some crushers are made either stationary, semistationary, or portable, according to the needs of the purchaser, and for country-road work it is sometimes very desirable to have a portable crusher to facilitate its easy transfer from one part of the township to another.
  • crutch He looked contemptuously at his ebony crutch as he spoke.
  • fresh Every morning comes the light, and a fresh chance of doing better.
  • garish A tallow dip cast a halo of garish light about Deirdre where she sat sewing; a broad gleam touched the crockery on the shelves behind her.
  • rash Oh, no, he's fearfully rash-he's always taking risks.
  • rush Therefore there is a great rush of people down to the foot in the morning and up to the knee in the afternoon.
  • thresh A mighty shout went up from the people, as the monster coils began to thresh living bamboo into pulp.
  • Crees Then began another fight with death-William Rufus Holly struggling to bring to life again Wingo, the waif of of the Crees.
  • Cries I heard no cries.
  • cares He simply thinks of no one but himself, takes counsel of no one, and cares not what the result may be.
  • cures I pay little attention to this, as change of air cures the complaint.
  • cores They represented, in a way, imperceptible cores of social protoplasm lost amid a mass of foreign matter.
  • CREWS These junks made at once for the land, where their crews took refuge, after throwing their weapons into the sea.