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Correct spellings for JACQUIE

  • ague
  • aqua
  • barque
  • caddie That's what I've liked about ye, Caddie."
  • cadge Beasts, every one of 'em, young or old, some beastly common beasts, but all beastly rich, except those that are beastly poor, and on the make-to marry their daughters, or cadge for smart friends.
  • cassie
  • cause Your father may lose his life in the cause of that little child.
  • claque An interesting feature of the trial was that it brought out the fact that Tamagno always travels with a claque of eight, and that it is stipulated in all his contracts that he shall have eight tickets for their use.
  • clue "To see if they could get any clue to his disappearance," replied the Earl.
  • coke As for poor Coke, he was regularly knocked out, but he rose up to sum up his case as best he could.
  • cookie And please, Susan, may I have a cookie for Dick?
  • cube On that last proposition we are with them unanimously; we will concede that there are people in this world with cube-shaped heads, they being the people who profess to enjoy this style of picture.
  • cue They may come up at any hour-any minute; and having arranged all preliminaries, Uraga remains in his tent to await the cue for action.
  • cure "And I'm trying to cure these others.
  • curie When M. and Mme Curie had prepared as much as a gramme of radium chloride, the energy of the radiation became apparent as an evolution of heat.
  • cute Pretty cute of him, too, sneaking back and hunting for the evidence.
  • gauge The horizontal "beams" were roughly three feet apart; the roof, as Tharn had earlier been careful to gauge, was something like fifteen feet above the floor at its highest point.
  • jack Jack and I are both perfectly free.
  • jacket Mary Margaret put on her jacket, hood and mittens, and took Uncle Martin's lantern.
  • jacks The heavy artillery won't wake until they're ready to be loaded with flap-jacks.
  • jacob The phenomena were so strange that I got permission for a repetition at which only my brother Jacob and myself were present, and we preserved the notes of what passed.
  • jacobi It was not long, however, before Jacobi realized his mistake in this matter and handsomely made up for it.
  • jacquard Jacquard loom Jute crop exports from India fabrics fibre, imports of industry knife plants, botanical and physical features of cultivation of height of marks.
  • jacuzzi
  • jag Not a miserable half-jag, stopped in mid-career by lack of funds and of credit-a nipped-in-the-bud debauch, such as so often had sent him home cranky and unsatisfied and railing against poverty.
  • jagger Each time I stepped on his foot he glared-regular Macbeth stare-like this: "Is this a jagger which I see before me?"
  • jaguar Let a jaguar loose into your opponent’s syllogistic premises, blind him with a lightning-flash that he may see the truth and have clear vision of the right way.
  • jock Jock Gordon was permitted to wander as a privileged visitor through the length and breadth of the south hill country.
  • jockey Tell me, what has become of the ex-jockey husband?"
  • jude "Well, Jude, I jest had to take him," apologised Nancy.
  • judge Oh, yes, dear Judge; and although we missed you we sat down at once.
  • juice Serve it under the roast beef, that the juice of the beef may enter it.
  • june Towards the last of June a long expedition was planned, an expedition into "Titian's country," which was to last three days.
  • jute "I have started as a broker in jute and oil-seeds," was the reply.
  • lacquer We had before us, each, one lacquer bowl, covered, that contained the usual fish soup with little pieces of fish and green things cut up in it.
  • macaque
  • marque As she came down upon us, she appeared as large as a seventy-four; and we were not deceived respecting her size, for it afterwards proved that she was an old East Indiaman, of 1100 tons burden, fitted out as a letter of marque for the West India trade, mounted with thirty-two guns, and furnished with a complement of one hundred and fifty men.
  • marquee
  • quake
  • quick
  • quid
  • quiet
  • quin Who are Quin and the Baby?"
  • quine
  • quip
  • quire
  • quirk
  • quit
  • quite
  • quiz
  • Cacti
  • Que
  • Jacky
  • Jacques
  • Jaime
  • Jake
  • Jamie
  • Javier
  • Jaycee
  • Callie
  • Carrie
  • Jackie
  • Julie
  • Joaquin
  • Jannie
  • Janie
  • Jeanie
  • jacked
  • jacking
  • Cutie
  • dogweary
  • jointlier
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