Cau’ther (Al).
Caution Money.
Caut ser.
Cava.
Cavalerie à Pied.
Cavalie’r (3 syl.)
Cavalier’ or Cheval’ier de St. George.
Cavalier Servant,
Cavalie’rs.
Cavall.
Cave-dwellers.
Cave In.
Cavê ne literas Bellerophontis adferras.
Cave of Achadh Aldai.
Cave of Adullam (The).
Cave of Mammon.
Cav’eat (3 syl.)
Cav’eat Emptor.
Cavell
Cavendish Tobacco.
Cav’iare (3 syl.).
Cavo-rilie’vo.
Caxon.
C. D.
Ce’an.
Ceca to Mecca (From).
Cecil’ia (St.).
Cecil’s Fast.
Ced,
Cedar.
Cedilla.
Cee’lict (St.)
Ceinture de la Reine.
Celadon.
Celadine,
Celestial City (The).
Celestial Empire (The).
Celes’tians.
Ce’lia [heavenliness].
Celt.
Celts (The),
Cem’etery
Cen’obites (3 syl.).
Cenoman’ni.
Cenotaphs.
Censorius et Sapiens.
Cent Nouvelles Nouvelles.
Cen’taur (2 syl.).
Cent-cyne.
Cento.
Central Sun.
Cen’tre.
Centre of Gravity.
Centum’viri.
Centu’rion.
Century White.
Ceph’alus and Procris.
Ce’pheus (2 syl.).
Ce’pola.
Ce’quiel (3 syl.).
Cerau’nium.
Cer’berus.
Cerdo’nians.
Ceremonious (The).
Cer’emony.
Ce’res (2 syl.).
Cerin’thians.
Cerulean Brother of Jove (The).
Cess.
Cestui que Vie
Ces’tus,
Cf.
Chabouk.
Chabouk or Chabuk.
Chacun a son Goût.
Chad-pennies.
Chaff.
Chair (The).
Chair.
Chair-days.
Chair of St. Peter (The).
Chalced’ony [kalced’ony].
Chaldee’s (Kal-dees).
Chalk.
Chalk and Cheese.
Chalks.
Challenge to the Array (A).
Challenge to the Polls (A).
Challenging a Jury.
Cham (kam).
Chambre Ardente (French),
Chameleon.
Champ de Manœuvre (Le).
Champs de Mai.
Champs de Mars.
Champak’.
Cham’perty
Champion and Severall.
Cham’pion of England.
Chance.
Chan’cel
Chancellor.
Chancellor of England (The).
Chancellor of the Exchequer (The).
Chan’cery.
Chaneph.
Change.
Changeling (2 syl.).
Chant du Depart.
Chantage.
Chan’ticleer.
Chaonian Bird (The).
Chaon’ian Food.
Cha’os (ka’os).
Chap.
Chap-book (A).
Chapeau or Chapel de Roses.
Chapeau-bras.
Chapel
Chapel,
Chapel-of-Ease.
Chap’eron.
Chapter.
Chapter and Verse.
Chapter of Accidents (A).
Chapter of Possibilities (The).
Character.
Character (A).
Charbon’nerie Democrat’ique.
Charge.
Charge (To).
Chargé d’Affaires.
Charicle’ia.
Charing Cross.
Char’iot.
Chariot of the Gods.
Chariots or Cars.
Charioteers
Charities.
Charity.
Chariva’ri.
Charlatan.
Charlemagne.
Charles.
Charles I.
Charles and the Oak.
Charles’s Wain.
Charleys,
Charlotte Elizabeth.
Charm
Charon’s Toll [care’-un].
Charter.
Chartism.
Charyb’dis [ch = k].
Chase (A).
Chase (A).
Chas’idim and Zad’ikim.
Chasseurs de Vincennes (French).
Chat.
Chat de Beaugency (Le).
Châteaux en Espagne. [Castles in Spain.]
Chat’telin’s.
Chatterbox.
Chatterhouse.
Chatterpie.
Chaucer of Painting (The).
Chauvin.
Chawbacon (A).
Chawed up.
Che sa’ra, sa’ra.
Cheap as a Sardinian.
Cheap Jack.
Cheapside Bargain (A).
Cheater (2 syl.)
Chech.
Checkmate,
Cheek.
Cheek (To).
Cheek by Jowl.
Cheese.
Cheese.
Cheeseparer (A).
Cheeseparing Economy.
Cheese-Toaster (A).
Cheesewring (Lynton, Devon).
Chef d’œuvre.
Chem’istry [kem’istry]
Che’mos or Che’mosh [Kee’mosh].
Chennap’pa.
Chenu (French).
Chequers.
Cherone’an [ch = k].
Cherry.
Cherry Fairs.
Cherry Trees and the Cuckoo.
Cher’ubims.
Chery and Fair-Star.
Cheshire
Chess.
Ches’terfield,
Chestnut.
Chestnut Sunday.
Cheval (French, à cheval).
Cheval de Bataille (His).
Chevalier d’Industrie.
Chevalier du Brouillard (Le).
Chevaux de Frise (French).
Cheveril.
Chevy Chase.
Chiabreres’co (Italian).
Chiar-oscuro [pronounce ke-ar-ros-ku’-ro].
Chib’ia’bos.
Chibouque (A).
Chic.
Chich’ivache (3 syl.).
Chick-a-biddy (A).
Chicken (plural chickens).
Chicken of St. Nicholas (The).
Chicken-hearted.
Chien.
Chien de Jean de Nivelle (Le),
Child,
Child of God (A),
Child of the Cord.
Childe,
Childe Harold.
Children.
Chile’nos.
Chil’ian.
Chil’iasts [kil’iasts].
Chillingham Cattle.
Chillon’.
Chilminar’ and Balbec.
Chiltern Hundreds (The).
Chimæra [kime’ra].
Chime in with (To).
Chimney Money or Hearth money.
Chimneypot Hat (A).
Chinese Gordon.
Chingachgook.
Chink or Jink.
Chintz
Chios (Ki’os).
Chip or Chips.
Chip of the Old Block (A).
Chi’ron [Ki’ron].
Chirping Cup or Glass.
Chisel.
Chitty-faced.
Chivairy.
Chiv’y.
Chivy or Chivvy.
Chlo’e (Klo’ee).
Chloe,
Chœ’reas [Ke’reas].
Choice Spirit (A)
Choke.
Choke-pear.
Choker (A).
Chop and Chops.
Chop-fallen.
Chop-House (A).
Chop Logic (To).
Chops.
Chops of the Channel.
Chop’ine (2 syl.), or Chopin.
Choreu’tæ [Koru’tee].
Choriambic Metre.
Chouans (2 syl.).
Choughs Protected.
Chouse (1 syl.).
Chriem-hil’da or Chriem-hild.
Chriss-cross Row (row to rhyme with low).
Chrisom or Chrism
Christabel [Kris’tabel].
Christabelle [Kris’tabel].
Christendom [Kris’-en-dum]
Christian [ch = k].
Christian Traditions,
Christian’a [ch = k].
Christmas (Krist’mas).
Christmas.
Christmas Box.
Christmas Carols
Christmas Day.
Christmas Decorations.
Christmas Trees and Maypoles
Chris’tolytes [Kris’-to-lites].
Christopher (St.).
Chronicle Small Beer (To).
Chron’icon ex Chron’icis
Chronon-hoton-thol’ogos [ch = k].
Chrys’alis [ch = k].
Chrysa’or [ch = k].
Chrysippus.
Chubb (Thomas).
Chuck Full.
Chukwa.
Chum.
Chum in with (To).
Church.
Church-goer (A).
Church Invisible (The).
Church Militant.
Church Porch (The)
Church Triumphant (The).
Church Visible (The).
Churched.
Churchwarden (A).
Churchyard Cough (A).
Chuz’zlewit (Martin).
Chyndo’nax.
Ci-devant (French).
Cic’ero.
Cicero’ne (4 syl.).
Cicisbe’o [che-chiz-bee’-o].
Cicle’nius
Cicuta.
Cid.
Cid Hamet Benengeli.
Cigogne (French).
Cil’laros.
Cimmer’ian Bos’phorus.
Cimmer’ian Darkness.
Cinoho’na
Cincinna’tus,
Cinderel’la [little cinder girl].
Cinque Cento.
Cinque Ports (The).
Cinter (A).
Cipher.
Cir’ce (2 syl.).
Circle of Ul’loa.
Circuit.
Circumbendibus (A).
Circumcell’ians.
Circumcised Brethren (in Hudibras).
Circumlocu’tion Office.
Ciric-Sceat or Church Scot.
Cist (Greek kistê, Latin cista).
Cist Urn (A).
Cister’cians.
Citadel (A).
Cities.
Citizen King (The).
City (A),
City College (The).
City of Bells (The).
City of David (The).
City of Destruction (The).
City of God (The).
City of Lanterns (The).
City of Palaces (The).
City of Refuge (The).
City of St. Michael (The).
City of Saints.
City of the Great King (The)—i.e.
City of the Seven Hills (The).
City of the Sun (The).
City of the Violet Crown.
Civic Crown.
Civil List.
Civil Magistrate (A).
Civil Service Estimates (The),
Civil War.
Civis Romanus Sum.
Civitas Solis.
Clabber Napper’s Hole.
Clack Dish.
Claft.
Clak-ho-har’yah.
Clam.
Clan-na-Gael (The).
Clap-trap.
Clapper.
Clapperclaw.
Clapper-dudgeons.
Clapping the Prayer Books,
Claque; Claqueurs.
Claras (Stock Exchange term).
Clare (St.)
Clarenceux King-of-Arms.
Clarendon.
Clarendon Type.
Claret.
Claret.
Claret Cup.
Claret Jug (One’s).
Classic Races (The).
Classics.
Claude Lorraine (i.e. of Lorraine).
Claus (Santa).
Clause.
Clause Rolls (Rotli clausi).
Clavie.
Clavile’no.
Claw
Claw-backs.
Clay’more or Glay’more (2 syl.)
Clean.
Clean (To).
Clean and Unclean Animals.
Cleaned Out.
Clear (verb).
Clear the Court.
Clear the Decks.
Clear (the adjective)
Clear as Crystal. Clear as Mud.
Clear-coat.
Clear Day (A).
Clear Grit (The).
Clear out for Guam (To).
Clear Voice (A).
Cleared out.
Clearing House.
Cleave.
Cle’lia.
Cle’lie.
Clement (St.).
Clementina (The Lady).
Clench and Clinch.
Cleom’brotos (4 syl.).
Cleon.
Cleopatra
Cleopa’tra and her Pearl.
Clergy.
Cler’gymen.
Cler’ical Titles.
Cler’ical Vestments.
Cler’imond.
Clerk.
Clerk-ale and Church-ale.
Clerkenwell (London)
Clerkly.
Client.
Clifford (Paul).
Climac’teric.
Climacteric Years
Climax
Climb.
Clinch.
Clin’ker (Humphrey).
Clio
Clipper.
Clipping Pace (A).
Cli’quot (of Punch celebrity).
Cloacina.
Cloak and Sword Plays.
Clock.
Clodhopper.
Clog Almanac.
Cloister.
Clootie.
Clorida’no (in Orlando Furioso).
Clorin’da (in Jerusalem Delivered).
Close as a Clam.
Close Rolls
Close-time for Game.
Closh (Mynherr).
Clo’ten.
Cloth (The).
Clotha’rius
Clotho,
Cloud, Clouds.
Cloud.
Cloud (St.).
Clouded Cane (A).
Cloven Foot.
Clover.
Clowns.
Club.
Club-bearer (The).
Club-land.
Club-law.
Clue.
Clumsy (Norwegian, klump, a lump, Swedish, klummsen, benumbed; Icelandic, klumsa).
Clu’ricaune (3 syl.)
Clydesdale Horses.
Clym of the Clough,
\??\ (3 syl.).
Cneph.
Cnidian Venus (The).
Co.
Coach (A).
Coach-and-four (or Coach-and-six).
Coach-and-pair (A).
Coach Away.
Coached Up.
Coal.
Coal Brandy.
Coals.
Coals of Fire.
Coaling,
Coalition Government.
Coast Clear.
Coast Men of Attica.
Coasting Lead (A).
Coasting Trade.
Coasting Waiter.
Coat.

 
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