caddy a person who attends a golfer

caddy a person who attends a golfer - tilted to one side;...

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caddy  a person who attends a golfer, carrying the clubs, finding the balls, etc. can  a toilet; here, the large room in the dorm that houses the toilets and sinks. Canasta  a card game, a variation of rummy, usually for two or four players, using a double deck of  cards and four jokers. carrousel  a merry-go-round with various wooden or metal animals, especially ponies, serving as  seats that go up and down. Central Park  popular, expansive public park in Manhattan, New York City. Charles Dickens  (1812–1870) English novelist. chiffonier  a narrow, high bureau or chest of drawers, often with a mirror. chisel  to take advantage of by cheating. cliques  small, exclusive circles of people; snobbish or narrow circles of friends who share a common  interest or background. cockeyed
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Unformatted text preview: tilted to one side; crooked, awry. cocktail any of various alcoholic drinks made of a distilled liquor mixed with a wine, fruit juice, etc., and usually iced. David Copperfield the first-person narrator of The Personal History of David Copperfield by Charles Dickens, published serially 1849-50 and in book form 1850. digression a wandering from the main subject in talking or writing. Doberman pinscher any of a breed of large dog with erect ears, a docked tail, and a short, smooth, usually dark coat with tan markings. double-decker bus a bus with an upper deck or floor. dough money. earlap earflap; either of a pair of cloth or fur flaps on a cap, turned down to protect the ears from cold. faggy fatigued; wearied....
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