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Coalhouse
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Coalhouse: (British) enclosed space to store coal for house use
Cobblestone
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Cobblestone: This is a type of stone used for paving. Rectangular or rounded stone with curved top.
Cobwork
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Cobwork: Built of logs, etc., laid horizontally, with the ends dovetailed together at the corners, as in a log house in marine work, often surrounding a central space fil
Cocket
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Cocket: (Eng. Law) A customhouse seal a certified document given to a shopper as a warrant that his goods have been duly enstered and have paid duty. An office in a custo
Cockroach
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Cockroach: A type of household pest. These are nocturnal insects (active during the night). Has an oval, flat body.
Cockroaches
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Coffeeman
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Coffeeman: One who keeps a coffeehouse. Addison.
Coffer
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Coffer: A type of chest that stores important of valuable items. An ornamental (Serving an aesthetic) sunken panel in a ceiling or dome.
Cofferdam
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Cofferdam: Large watertight chamber used for construction under water, this is usually pumped dry.
Cokernut
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Cokernut: The cocoanut. Note: A mode of spelling introduced by the London customhouse to distinguish more widely between this and other articles spelt much in the same ma
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