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  • cain When the Lord said to Cain, "Where is thy brother?"
  • catty There's nobody to control or make her do but what she likes herself," said Catty.
  • cay Then you take off for Clipper Cay.
  • chit She may feel that she is not the one to approach the old gentleman who owns the uncared-for barnyard; he would never listen to what some chit of a girl would say to him; no, evidently that would do no good.
  • cite In summing up the characteristics of Mr. Paine as a lawyer and as a man, the writer, who was his pupil at Waterville Academy, and has enjoyed his friendship to this day, cannot do better than to cite the words of an acute observer who has known him intimately for many years.
  • city They only moved here from the city last week.
  • clay I continued to ride some miles ahead, and passed through a scrub in a clay hollow, to which succeeded another open forest country with more of the soft red sand.
  • clio Matrona always wears a discontented look when she hears the praises of Clio.
  • cloy He didn't try to cloy up them Heavenly senses with whiskey.
  • cody The X Bar X boys seeking the lost troopers, by James Cody Ferris, pseud.
  • coif Judges and sergeants were then common members of the Guild-both wore the "coif."
  • coil Among the children's possessions there was a coil of thread-fine copper wire.
  • coin The question and the answer read thus:-'But the greater portion of that is not paid in coin?
  • coir They had put a coir warp ashore, and gave the barque a cant in the current, so as to bring the broadside to bear on the flagstaff.
  • cony You are like a cony in love with a snake.
  • copy "You can have a copy, of course," he exclaimed.
  • coy He was aware of a vague fear that some ill-chosen remark would send Flamby flying from him, the coy wood-nymph to whom Don had likened her, and that she would disappear as she had done from Bluebell Hollow.
  • cozy They had no couch for the sofa pillows Mabel had brought, but Bettie converted two wooden boxes and a long board into an admirable cozy corner.
  • cpi
  • cry And she might cry.
  • ct I commenced as an educator in the city of Hartford, Ct.
  • pity If he had, I couldn't have finished this story, which would have been a pity.
  • stay Don't you want to stay with us?
  • stir No, no; better wait and see, before making a stir.
  • sty However, she consoled herself with the pig-sty, in which were half a dozen animals, whose feeding she often personally superintended.
  • ti The man who hummed "Ti-ti-ti-tum" and had hair growing out of his ears would be a barrier for evermore between her and all lofty living.
  • tic He wrote to Medora endless plaints about the discomforts of country hotels; and she, remembering how he had once luxuriated in these very crudities-he had called them authentic, characteristic, and other long words ending in tic-smiled broadly.
  • tidy She was very tidy in her habits; liked to keep the house clean, and have her yard and flowers look well.
  • tie "Tie your lamp up in the rigging-on the sheerpole there.
  • toy He would go straight for the bread and get whirled and tossed about the smooth lawn like a toy bird made of feathers, his tail blown over his head.
  • Cid As another Cid, he might have looked for pardon from a grateful country, but possibly he feared the Roman justice of Juarez too much to risk it.
  • Cit With your coarse, shallow wit Every rational cit At last is completely disgusted; The tool of the rings, Trusts, barons, and things, What wonder, I wonder, you're busted!
  • Cray In the evening, she proposed that we should go down to the river and fish for cray-fish.
  • Cary At that moment Mrs. Cary entered the room for dinner, and the discussion of unpossessed resources came to an abrupt end.
  • Cory Garry touched Jack's arm and pointed ahead: "Poor Cory!"
  • Ty I-den'ti-ty, the condition of being the same as something claimed.
  • Cai It was Cai Tamblyn.
  • Cathy But I understand, Cathy, that sometimes a Naval officer has a year or two of shore duty.
  • CTR
  • CTN
  • QTY
  • ATTY Mat Dillon and his bevy of daughters: Tiny, Atty, Floey, Maimy, Louy, Hetty.
  • Cutie Now don't get mad, Cutie.
  • am alienated from
  • bite one's nails
  • enciphering
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