Correct spelling for CODE

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Possible correct spellings for code

  • Come(Definition of come)
  • Cede(Definition of cede)
  • There, if you cede so much to the authority of my years, the matter may be allowed to rest.

  • Ode(Definition of ode)
  • Coder
  • The opus project is an attempt to create a free software speech coder, unencumbered by patent restrictions.

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • Bode(Definition of bode)
  • So, at least, said the bode of our kinswoman.

  • Codex(Definition of codex)
  • But if this codex was really among the books sent by pope gregory to st. augustine, it must first have been sent to rome from england, but internal evidence points to a much later date.

  • Coded
  • Adobe golive is coded in the c++ programming language.

  • Codes
  • As for the irish at home, every vestige of their tradition was doomed-their religion was forbidden, and the staff of patrick and cross of columcille destroyed, with every other national relic; their schools were scattered, their learned men hunted down, their books burned; native industries were abolished; the inauguration chairs of their chiefs were broken in pieces, and the law of the race torn up, codes of inheritance, of land tenure, of contract between neighbours or between lord and man.

  • Code(Definition of code)
  • She had a pencil and tiny memorandum book and they made duplicate copies of their code of signals as they worked them out.

  • Cody
  • Drawing up to the station he jumped off, threw the bag to cody, who in turn leaped into his saddle with it and started on his fifteen miles.

  • Coda(Definition of coda)
  • The vowels of burmese are: the monophthongs /e/, /o/, /ə/, and /ɔ/ occur only in open syllables (those without a syllable coda); the diphthongs /ei/, /ou/, /ai/, and /au/ occur only in closed syllables (those with a syllable coda).

  • Cole(Definition of cole)
  • Core(Definition of core)
  • Rode(Definition of Rode)
  • Coke(Definition of coke)
  • Lode(Definition of lode)
  • Node(Definition of node)
  • Cove(Definition of cove)
  • Cods
  • She clasped me with a hug, as if she would make but one body of us both, and spent with a scream of agonized delight, pouring down and spurting out a perfect torrent of boiling spunk all over my cods and thighs.

  • Mode(Definition of mode)
  • Coed
  • Cope(Definition of cope)
  • Cote(Definition of cote)
  • Cod(Definition of COD)
  • Pescod, peskett, from pease-cod.