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Cagy
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Cagy: Discreet, guarded cautious, wary secretive (also cagey)
Cahenslyism
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Cahenslyism: A plan proposed to the Pope in 1891 by P. P. Cahensly, a member of the German parliament, to divide the foreign-born population of the United States, for ecc
Cahier
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Cahier: A namber of sheets of paper put loosely together esp. one of the successive portions of a work printed in numbers. A memorial of a body a report of legislative pr
Cahinca root
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Cahinca root: The root of an American shrub (Chiococca racemosa), found as far north as Florida Keys, from which cahincic acid is obtained also, the root of the South Ame
Cahincic
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Cahincic: Pertaining to, or derived from, cahinca, the native name of a species of Brazilian Chiococca, perhaps C. recemosa as, cahincic acid.
Cahoot
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Cahoot: Partnership as to go in cahoot with a person. [Slang, southwestern U. S.] Bartlett.
Caiaphas
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Caiaphas: (New Testament) Jewish high priest Sadducee
Caicos
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Caicos: Group of islands located in the southeastern Bahamas (part of the British colony of the Turks and Caicos)
Cain
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Cain: Son of Adam and Eve that murdered his brother Abel (Biblical)
Caipirinha
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Caipirinha: Traditional Brazilian cocktail (consisting of cachaca, lime or lemon juice, sugar and crushed ice)
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