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Correct spelling for COERED
We think the word coered is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for coered
- Cured(Definition of cured)
- Core(Definition of core)
- Corded(Definition of corded)
- Scoured(Definition of scoured)
- Covered(Definition of covered)
- Colored(Definition of colored)
- Greed(Definition of greed)
- Creed(Definition of creed)
- Corked(Definition of corked)
- Corned(Definition of corned)
- Scored(Definition of Scored)
- Crud(Definition of crud)
- Cried(Definition of Cried)
- Cornered(Definition of cornered)
- Cord(Definition of cord)
- Cleared(Definition of cleared)
- Geared(Definition of geared)
- Credo(Definition of credo)
- Corrode(Definition of corrode)
- Corer(Definition of corer)
- Jeered(Definition of Jeered)
- Cohered(Definition of Cohered)
You remember, knox, the crash, when three banks, rotten to the core, went under, and it was found a large amount of state money had gone too.
It was soft, beautiful, gold-colored hair, and there was a great deal of it-oh, plenty to hide in!
"i see now, sir," said maine, who had been puzzled at the vicar's movements, as he re-corked the spirit-bottle, and placed back the glass and tiny flask-movements which seemed indicative of arrangements for passing a comfortable night.
Supposing he were coerced into the compromise, what a pleasing pair-squire and parson-would be the result!
They were bouncing big st. bernards, but scarcely more than puppies, and they capered and danced in awkward delight when he splashed water at them.
While initially buying agents catered exclusively to wealthier demographics, lately, especially in more competitive markets like london or paris, the entry-level has significantly dropped to properties valued at around £500,000 or €500,000 (see the daily telegraph,) at one end of the spectrum lie the super introduced local property experts who can be an invaluable resource for a buyer who is set on off-market or pre-market properties as well as private deals.
The organization has also been called the coed affiliates of pershing rifles and capers over the years.
As he cut the heavy cord with his pocket-knife honeycutt looked on curiously.
Stafford cleared his throat.
I thought you cared for honour; and the proof of that care was, thrusting into these credulous hands the share of your midnight plunder!"