What is the correct spelling for CURSS?
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Correct spellings for CURSS
- course "Of course not," said Doggie.
- curse I gave a short curse , under my breath, and went slowly forrard.
- cursor It uses the escape character, followed by other characters, to move the cursor on the screen, change color, and more.
- cuss Ye're not to use any cuss words, ye mustn't fight nor gamble, nor come here with a reekin' whiskey breath.
- guess I guess I better be going.
- Cues You could tell that by the way he smiled at the wrong cues, and combed his deacon whiskers with his fingers.
- curses Collect all the party, and curses on them, while I hold the lady."
- cures And they are the best of all cures for some children's ailments."
- cars When we consider that electric cars contain from thirty-two to fifty-two advertisements each, three fourths of which are directly or indirectly concerned with health; when we multiply these by the number of cars actually in use in American cities; when we consider the number of advertisements in magazines and daily papers, and the enormous circulation of these papers and magazines; when we consider that an increasingly large proportion of advertising space is devoted to health,-we begin to realize the cumulative power for good or for evil that health advertisements must have.
- curbs "-Unless," answered Miss Gabriel, tapping her foot, and with the air of one who curbs a virtuous impatience, "unless you can suggest a term more appropriate to a Jezebel; in which case I shall stand corrected."
- curls It will be seen from the illustration we give that these curls increased the beauty of a pretty face.
- CURDS Then work the Curds exceedingly with your hand in a tray, till they become a short uniform Paste.
- CURS If these men go right on their way, they perform their mission and get their reward, but one-half of them stop and make attempt to silence the literary, political and ecclesiastical curs that snap at them.