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  • cased I do not think an incubator can ever be complete unless it is a double-cased machine.
  • cast He should cast me off."
  • castor It will generally yield to a dose or two of castor -oil.
  • clod She seized a clod of earth and hurled it with such force that had it struck the gander, he would have fallen flat in his tracks; but luck was with him, and he dodged.
  • cloudy It is frequently extremely difficult to detect icy surface irregularities on cloudy days.
  • coda Notice in this coda as in many other places the debt Schumann owes Chopin for a certain passage in the Preambule of his "Carneval."
  • code Meanwhile, if you'll just give me five minutes I'll code this message.
  • cody Reports of his experiments appeared in the Press, but Cody was generally looked upon as a "crank".
  • cost And what did that cost ?
  • cozy Between the stable and the house was the residence of Mrs. Wedge, the housekeeper-a building that had originally been a detached kitchen, but the cunning of woman had transformed the two rooms into a pleasant and cozy place.
  • crusade Therefore the first concern of the leader in a health crusade is the human kind he has to work for and work with.
  • crusty The eggs floating about, find the crusty surface of the tiles a convenient resting-place, and attach themselves by millions.
  • cst
  • cuboid The cuneiforms articulate with the internal half of the superior extremity of the principal metatarsal; the external half of this metatarsal articulates with the portion of bone which represents the cuboid .
  • cud Steve chewed the cud of a wondering thought.
  • curd These were full of cheese floating in water, little more than stiff curd , but palatable, and this along with biscuits and beer made an enjoyable little lunch.
  • cursed How I cursed my bad luck in not having a rifle.
  • cursedly You're cursedly obstinate, Jack.
  • cursor There is a cursor to the right of the shell prompt.
  • cursory After that single cursory glance, Helen looked no more around her.
  • curtsy "Thank you, sir," bobbing a curtsy , "I want to do my duty, sir."
  • cusp 64 Then with his dart, its cusp unpointed now, Thrice with main strength he smote the trembling floor; The roof resounded to the fearful blow, 255 And Cleon started, doom'd to sleep no more.
  • cuspid
  • cuss He didn't care a cuss for regulations.
  • cussed We cussed each other all the way home-we three athletes.
  • cussedly In the hope, of course, that I'll come home, not only less green, but less cussedly disagreeable.
  • custer At daylight I had reached the crest of hills occupied by the enemy an hour before, and, a few minutes before six, General Custer drove the rearguard of the enemy into the river at Williamsport.
  • custody The men were given into her custody and on her return home Powhatan was much pleased with his daughter's embassy.
  • custom I had heard of such a custom , but had not before seen it.
  • goody Sickness visited several families, and Goody Morse, as was her custom, acted as village nurse.
  • gust Two trails led towards the mine, one on either side of the dump, and as the wind swept down with a sudden gust of fury, he ran up the farther trail.
  • gusto But if such was the case, it did not explain why the trees sang with such gusto just that day; they could rejoice over those particular blessings any pleasant summer day; they did not call for any extra music.
  • gusty His feelings were up and in tumult, like the winds on a gusty day, and he was embarrassed for her embarrassment, while he smiled for the very joy of it all.
  • just Not just now, you know.
  • sod "Although they can tear up the sod and root in the ground with tusk and snout, they cannot make cakes, as our women can.
  • soda But when they had arrived at their destination, when soda -water had been produced and opened, and when Mangan was lying back in an easy-chair, regarding his friend, he resumed the conversation.
  • soddy According to Professor Soddy , the engineer's unit of power, that of the British cart-horse, has to be multiplied many times in a machine before it can do the work of a horse.
  • used She was getting used to it.
  • Caused I may explain, in the first place, that there was a mistake with regard to the actual amount of difference; but at that very time the witness spoke of there was a considerable difference caused by a sudden rise in the price of meal in the market.
  • USDA
  • Coursed Tears of humiliation and fury coursed down her cheeks.
  • Casey Casey made a grab fer thim, but Patsey snatched, an' he's strongest, 'n' he gev it to Casey good till a cop come, 'n' then he run all the way to Barker's Court an' brought thim to Bess an' me.
  • Jody
  • Judy "Yes, it is fine, but I know you and Judy will want me out of the way.
  • COD They are chiefly cod, and some ling.
  • CUDS The oxen, one by one, sunk heavily to the earth, contentedly chewing their cuds, and a stillness as profound as that of the tomb settled upon the forest.
  • CODS Out with Sir W. Batten toward White Hall, being in pain in my cods by being squeezed the other night in a little coach when I carried Pierce and his wife and my people.
  • CUED
  • CURDS So, now that she had nothing to sell to buy meal, she made curds of the milk, and fed the children on that.
  • Cosby
  • cruddy
  • cutesy
  • alltime
  • base-minded
  • enciphering

34 words made from the letters CUSODY

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