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  • aught "Aught foul or underhand, I'll right thee!
  • cachet Father Joseph, the secret agent of Cardinal Richelieu, was the inventor of lettres de cachet, disguising that instrument of despotism by the amusing term of a sealed letter.
  • cad The fact that Godfrey called him a cad, I said, rather goes to show that he is a man with a great deal of good in him.
  • cant 30. Tantivi was a cant phrase for furious tories and high-flyers.
  • cart He had always had a liking for the woman, and had promised her for a year past the necessary sum to buy a donkey and a little cart, so that she could carry on her business on a large scale, and go from Paris to the suburbs.
  • cast I cheerfully cast myself into the arms of Thy mercy, whose arms were stretched on the Cross for my redemption.
  • cat He was as little disturbed or frightened as if an elderly cat and dog had walked into the room.
  • catty Tom's front wheel struck the cork, which fitted tightly, and, just as when you hit one end of the wooden "catty" and it bounds up, the bottle described a curve through the air, and flew straight toward Andy's car.
  • coat No, we must hide the coat and stick in the bushes again, and tell them to-morrow."
  • cough I don't know when I have been so long well as I have been lately; without a cough or anything else disagreeable.
  • court 135 He was court-martialed by Gen.
  • cud When Ebie Farrish came to the bridge he was a material Galloway ploughman, satisfied with his night's conquests and chewing the cud of their memory.
  • cult The cult of Osiris was triumphant everywhere, and men preferred the hymns and litanies which dealt with his sufferings, death and resurrection to the compositions in which the absolute supremacy of Ra and his solar cycle of gods and goddesses was assumed or proclaimed.
  • curt Seating himself with a little curt laugh, Tarboe waved a hand as though to say: "Go ahead.
  • cut Thus it was that Weng Cho came to be cut off from the past.
  • gait Beginning in the splendid glitter of Solomon's reign, the monarchy passed with unsteady gait across the centuries, menaced by foes without and within, and ended at last in the irretrievable disaster of exile.
  • gatt General Agreement on Tariffs and Trade (GATT): see the World Trade Organization (WTrO)
  • get Whar did he-get it?
  • ghat I have now had visits from all the great chieftains of the Ghat Touaricks, Shafou, Jabour, Berka, and Khanouhen.
  • haughty "My daughter's beauty is cheerful, sweet, and gentle; that of Sophia is proud and haughty.
  • judah Joash humbled Judah, Israel's enemy on the south; Jeroboam humbled Syria, Israel's enemy on the north.
  • naught For what are dreams, indeed, But pale chimeras only, darkling visions, On nothing founded, and by naught explained?
  • ought "You ought not to be here, Clairy.
  • quart She had not shipped a quart of water.
  • taught "Mr. Roden wrote the speech, and I taught it to papa," was the answer.
  • Can't Can't you give me a kiss?
  • Caught Except on Sundays they scarcely ever caught a glimpse of their neighbours.
  • Git "How'd ye git in that car?
  • Got I got it at Folkestone.
  • Cato And that let you and Cato out, colonel."
  • CAPT The population are Moors and Arabs mixed occasionally with Negro blood; but no black population begins at these or the oases hereabouts, as foolishly stated on the map of Capt.
  • CATT Then you will grow up to be like Mr. Carson instead of like a-Catt.
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