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Correct spelling for COF

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Possible correct spellings for cof

  • Co(Definition of co)
  • The plain truth is that we cannot make a formula out of either competition or co-operation.

  • Cob(Definition of cob)
  • The shiny cob squeaked, stood thoughtfully on his hind legs for a moment, and then dashed across the bridge, shaving a cab rather closely, and failing to observe a bank of stones at one side of the road.

  • Col(Definition of col)
  • It is likewise true that col.

  • Cod(Definition of COD)
  • In the case of the atlantic transmission between the station at poldhu in cornwall and that at cape cod in massachusetts, u.s.a., we have two stations separated by about 45 degrees of longitude on a great circle, or one-eighth part of the circumference of the world.

  • Cox(Definition of cox)
  • "i will give you a draft on uncle cox," replied don, taking out his cheque-book and fountain-pen.

  • Cog(Definition of cog)
  • She is but an unskilled hand, the last cog in a machine, and if these prove but seven lean years for her, it is only what we might expect.

  • Cor(Definition of Cor)
  • Off to lunnon, i reckon, but they'll be back for the cor-o-nation.

  • Cos
  • Meanwhile the athenians had received the alarm and set sail with the fleet from samos to forestall them, and came within sight of the island, but being a little too late sailed off for the moment to chalce, and from thence to samos, and subsequently waged war against rhodes, issuing from chalce, cos, and samos.

  • Cfo
  • Abm also appointed anthony scaglione as cfo in april 2015.

  • Cot(Definition of cot)
  • One morning when nance did not get up at her usual time martin went to her cot.

  • Cow(Definition of cow)
  • It would be difficult to buy such a cow too dear.

  • Cf
  • 1; 19, 22. cf.

  • Coy(Definition of coy)
  • "promise not to look at this bit," she said, coy as a young singer.

  • Abecedaries
  • Typically, abecedaria (or abecedaries) are practice exercises.

  • Co's
  • Cop(Definition of cop)
  • Cop stared hard at his companion.

  • Coo(Definition of coo)
  • And little hump-backed bunker hill began to make faces, and to shake her head and nod it up and down, and coo and crow to little half-a-pint as if it was really able to hear, and understand, and answer all she said to it.

  • Of(Definition of Of)
  • "nothing that i know of.

  • Coif(Definition of coif)
  • Not the kurfurst-hat; a coif is my wear, it seems!"

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