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Correct spellings for TOCAN

  • cain
  • can I will do all that I can.
  • cane I was wishing somebody would give the conversation a start, when 'Indiany' made a break: 'This ain't no great stock country,' says he to the old gentleman with the cane.
  • coin So give me whatever you have heart to give, as long as it is not coin."
  • conn Notes on the Constitution of Conn.
  • corn "We will take a good rest and eat our corn-bread," responded Anna.
  • deacon We stopped at the post-office, and Tommy run in and got three letters for me, two on 'em which I opened and read when I first got home, whilst Josiah and Tommy drove over to Deacon Henzy's on a errent.
  • doc The men from the hamlet about the post-office,-'Gene Frady and Alf Lance, Mitchell Robertson, the blacksmith, Doc Pinner, the carpenter, and a half-dozen more, with a boy to drive back the horses, were piled into a wagon.
  • don "The answer is easy," replied Don Quixote; "it is a greater work to bring to life a dead man."
  • donna The Ax fell right on the powdered Neck of the beautiful Prima Donna, who had studied for Grand Opera, but never had been able to find an Orchestra that would fit her Voice.
  • hogan What is good f'r what Hogan calls th' iliminthry canal has nawthin' to do with th' Nicaragoon Canal an' I'd be more afraid iv Lord Cheeseshop if he thought th' toast an' didn't say it.
  • icon
  • jan
  • jordan
  • logan
  • pecan
  • scan
  • tack
  • taco
  • tact
  • tag
  • taken
  • tan
  • tank
  • tarn He came from Nougayrie, a small hamlet close to Canezac in the Tarn Department and province of Languedoc.
  • tc
  • ten
  • texan
  • tic
  • tin
  • titan
  • tn
  • tocsin Consequently the tocsin has to be sounded; and the effect is woeful past measure: his hugging of his army, his kneeling on the shore to his navy, his implorations of his yeomanry and his hedges, are sad to note.
  • toecap
  • tog
  • toga
  • tokay
  • token
  • ton
  • tone
  • tonga
  • tongan
  • tonne
  • torn
  • toucan
  • town
  • toxin
  • tun
  • tuna
  • tuscan
  • tuscany
  • tycoon
  • vatican
  • Dan
  • Kan
  • Togas
  • Tong
  • Tony
  • Tron
  • koan
  • Deccan
  • Jon
  • Dona
  • Joan
  • Tina
  • Toni
  • Tonia
  • Joann
  • Tran
  • CNN
  • GONNA
  • ECON
  • CTN
  • toucans
  • tang
  • trojan
  • abecedaries
  • airish
  • foul-up
  • near-collapse
  • put-together
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