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Correct spellings for CUROIUS

  • carious The Fever, the Pains, and the Dryness of the Skin soon increased; the Bones of the Thighs and Arms became carious: and in moving the Patient no more than was necessary for her Relief and Convenience, without taking her out of her Bed, both Thighs and one Arm broke.
  • carouse One night in February there was quite a carouse at Mrs. MacBride's.
  • crocus The above directions will answer for the crocus susianus, the cloth of gold, striped orange, and very dark purple; besides the Scotch crocus, striped, white, and purple.
  • cronus This must have been the case, if they were the same as the boy of love, and Bacchus ever young; and were also the representatives of Cronus, and Saturn.
  • cross One of these men could hardly sign his own name, while the other had to sign with cross.
  • curious "We would suppose so, but for a curious happening four days before she disappeared.
  • furious We gave him furious battle.
  • Cries As we dashed through the streets, scarcely looking to the right hand or to the left, piercing cries of agony and despair struck on our ears.
  • Crows There was no doubt left in the watcher's mind by this time as to what the crows were doing.
  • Curios Among other curios in the office was a dusty, stuffed alligator, hanging from the ceiling over the desk.
  • gurus Beginners, gurus, mechanics and non-mechanics, restorers and daily drivers are welcomed.
  • cures He is unreasonable, and he is the last one to appreciate what can be done by a man who cures himself through the mental processes.
  • curries It was like an Anglo-Indian magnate who returns to find himself of no importance in his native land, and who but for the flavour of his curries and perhaps a black servant or two would be utterly inconspicuous.
  • curies
  • be satisfied
  • am precipitated
  • art insufficient
  • art master of
  • art match for
  • ate like bird
  • being even