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- cuss Them there red devils means mischief, and the old cuss Rody knows it by this time.
- Gases There are now three different kinds of gases in general use on the Western Front.
- Cues To have the verbal memory infested with tags of verse and "cues" of rhyme is in itself an infirmity as vulgar and as morbid as the stableboy's habit of whistling slang airs upon the mere mechanical excitement of a bar or two whistled by some other blockhead in some other stable.
- muses He says: "Speak kindly, ye muses, my spirit inspire, Breathe softly and sweetly, sweep gently my lyre; There's gloom in my harp-string's low murmuring tone, Speak kindly, speak gently, to me here alone.
- curses Cries and curses thickened, he only fought mute.
- cases 1888. Is the price the same in both cases?
- causes He has great power over night and causes darkness to break forth in light wherever he does turn his face toward any land.
- courses The very stars in their courses seemed to be fighting against him.
- fuses The idea that the heat develops bituminous matters, or fuses the resins which exist in peat, and that these cement the particles, does not harmonize with the fact that the peat, thus condensed, flakes to pieces by a short immersion in water.
- guises She gladly transferred all the power of the realm to her uncles, the Guises.
- cures That cures your mare; your troubles Time will right; A man's ill-fortune passes like the night.
- buses Nevertheless, Montgomery buses were running half empty and all white.
- uses According to their uses, words are divided into classes called Parts of Speech.
- ruses Such were her ruses.
- cusses Mandy Ann was on her knees now, with her hands uplifted, as she prayed for cusses on the man who had wrought such harm to her mistress.
- cubes Newton set forth that a power of attraction resided in the sun, and as a necessary consequence of that attraction every planet must revolve in an elliptic orbit round the sun, having the sun as one focus; the radius of the planet's orbit must sweep over equal areas in equal times; and in comparing the movements of two planets, it was necessary to have the squares of the periodic times proportional to the cubes of the mean distances.
- cusps The arch itself is terribly decayed, but one of its orders still has the remains of a series of large cusps, arranged like the horseshoe cusps at Santarem but much larger.