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noun as in small island

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But did Copperfield employ a bit of trickery to purchase Musha Cay in the first place?

Specialized storm shelters can be a costly, inefficient way to prepare for tornadoes, says David Cay Johnston.

According to David Cay Johnston, who opposes the idea, $126 less—approximately $2,100 instead of $2,200 a month.

David Cay Johnston lists a dozen possible solutions, from building seawalls to getting tough on ATT.

Regular daily rates for Parrot Cay in high season begin at $900 for a garden view room, up to $3,500 for a one bed villa.

They had been, I could plainly observe, kept orderly and free of dust, against cay home-coming.

We made it hot, and so they marooned us: me on a dry Tortuga cay, and him in an oarless boat.

Sometimes it was from a Coaster, which had found a waterless Bahama Cay littered with sun-dried bodies.

Mebbe the women-folks will feel better fort; but you cay—nt do it.

Actually, it is believed, they were after something on North Cay.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cay, such as: isle, islet, and ait.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.