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Correct spelling: cold

Common misspellings for cold:

caould, clott, couold, cllaed, acolade, colur, golld, golod, couldshow, coslty, couuld, coculd, calad, coulp, coulld, clodly, colider, ouwld, wojuld, colu, colsed, colekt, couldsee, codul, couldgo, glode, xcould, shoujld, couldl, coulerd, shjould, chold, coord, coulc, pold, coald, chlid, coldwar, couldve, cuald, cols, callde, chuld, culod, eculid, lould, clould, caaled, kilduff, keloid, colh, cpould, cghild, oculd, kuild, colbot, tiold, cvould, cald, cold, closd, clioud, collet, copuld, colardo, sgould, oould, comd, chiold, coiuld, skould, culed, clomid, coldwll, clouud, cahild, vcould, oogled, tcould, coloed, goold, couyld, ciled, ccould, couldbe, colout, wcould, coulde, choloid, told, cgood, toald, coslet, schould, goald, conuld, corwd, cdould, comdo, coudy.

What does the abbreviation cold mean?

COLD abbreviation definitions:
–  Computer Output on LaserDisk
–  Cryo On-Line Data

Google Ngram Viewer results for cold:

This graph shows how "cold" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for cold:

  1. This is an industry that doesn't have the common cold... It has cholera.
  2. It may be a cold, clammy thing to say, but those that treat friendship the same as any other selfishness seem to get the most out of it.
  3. I've never seen a truly great fighter get knocked onto the ropes unconscious... knocked out cold before... and I saw Roy Jones get knocked out twice in a row.
  4. Once I showed up at my sister's with a baby rabbit I had bought from some children because its ears were cold. I put the rabbit on a hot water bottle and massaged its ears for quite a while. After all, I knew that all healthy animals had warm ears.
  5. As love without esteem is capricious and volatile; esteem without love is languid and cold.

Rhymes for cold:

  1. hold, scold, wold, dold, bold, holed, gold, mold, holde, sold, roald, doled, nolde, rolled, strolled, bowled, golde, vold, poled, tolled, nold, polled, old, mould, told, olde, fold;
  2. enrolled, consoled, remold, twofold, unfold, outsold, extolled, untold, uphold, unsold, enfold, ahold, resold, behold, controlled, foretold, patrolled, cajoled, paroled, withhold;
  3. oversold, uncontrolled, decontrolled, undersold;