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Correct spellings for CRSIS
- crass How dense must be the ignorance, how crass the nonsense cherished in his hearers!
- cress Come, I shall put you on this hat of old Bet's, and you must wear this old shawl, and you must tuck up your frock, and go out to find the cress."
- crisis The crisis had come.
- crisp The crisp, cold air had brought a brilliant flush to her usually pale cheeks, and her sparkling eyes softened with tender surprise and happiness when they rested on him.
- croesus When he blew in at the end of the year to spend Commencement week with us he was nothing short of an amateur Croesus.
- cross Why do we wish to cross the street, when we have no place to go?
- cruise Master Harry found out somehow or other that Miles had a lugger, and nothing would content him but that he must go off and take a cruise in her.
- gris Yeux-gris, lounging against the table, struck in: I can tell you that myself.
- Kris The kris used on such occasions is about sixteen inches long by two broad, and quite straight.
- Cries There were delighted cries at this, but Custer appeared perfectly serious, and Thorne looked down at him.
- Crises Indeed, these are the crises which prepare a boy for the business difficulties of his later life.
- Cribs Line the posts with tin or put a can over the top, as is done with corn cribs, and you will be well protected.
- crosses Here the steamer crosses the river from the city, and you get a pretty view of this, one of the earliest settled towns in the State.
- curses Their curses must have been deep and full when that message came over the telephone wires.
- crests White wings against the sky, and white crests upon the sea, broke the entire blue.
- crusts Sylvia counted the crusts with fingers that shook.
- creases Monsieur Dupont half-emptied his glass, and the smile began to reappear on his face in gradual creases.