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  • cafe YOU SEE THE SAME FACES WHO FILL THE CAFE AND IF SOME OF THOSE FACES HAVE NEW THINGS TO SAY – Chanson by Unknown Author
  • canvas I'm so outlandish, my rhymes the paint, the track's the canvas Find me puffin tampons on your nearest college campus – Heavy Rotation by Dilated Peoples
  • case 'Cos this one in perf' case Guaranteed to make you break fool at the work place – Impress the Kid by Slick Rick
  • cassie
  • cause Now all this news gave me much cause for thought.
  • cave With these words he went out of the cave.
  • cease Why, at this rate, they not only cease to have power, but cease to be at all.
  • chase I'm beginning to think I'm on a wild-goose chase."
  • class "First class please," I said.
  • clause When we first spoke of the matter I was not aware of the existence of a saving clause.
  • close "Sit close down on the horse's back, then.
  • coarse It was a coarse, hard laugh that meant nothing.
  • copse I would have answered, but he turned swiftly, passed in one moment through the copse, and in the next had utterly disappeared.
  • cove There was one cove there wot was very thin, and very anxious-looking.
  • crass She must abdicate her mere crass insistence on commercial supremacy.
  • craze It is all very droll at this distance of time and place; but we ourselves who grew up where there had never been kings to craze the popular fancy, could not conceive of a state without one for yet a hundred years and more, and even then some of us thought of having one.
  • crease Although he was not a lawyer, he had a talent for taking a situation by the head and tail and stretching it out and holding it so that every crease and wrinkle in it could be seen.
  • crevasse If a traveller were to fall into any deep pit, or crevasse, or to slip down some steep slope or precipice, so that he could not get up again, the guides might let the rope down to him, and then when he had fastened it around his waist they could draw him up, when, without some such means of rescuing him, he would be wholly lost.
  • cruse
  • cs
  • curse
  • cv
  • eaves Then he had taken a ladder to the corner of the house, and he had fastened some things for the wire to go through, up the corner of the house to the eaves.
  • phase
  • vase
  • Canes
  • Causer
  • Caved
  • Gave
  • Gives
  • Casey
  • Yves
  • Cues
  • caves
  • waves
  • saves
  • cases
  • cares
  • capes
  • coves
  • cars
  • curves
  • caws
  • cages
  • carves
  • craves
  • CAFES
  • CAFFS
  • PAVES
  • RAVES
  • gyves
  • laves
  • naves
  • cakes
  • haves
  • allright
  • batsest
  • bawling-outs
  • dis-agree
  • dis-agreeable
  • favorings
  • green-thumb
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