Correct spelling for COLOSE

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Possible correct spellings for colose

  • Closes
  • And marguerite's brown eyes swim a little and her pretty mouth closes firmly.

  • Carlos
  • We want that five-hundred-dollar prize, carlos, and by the looks of things if we don't do something those kids are likely to get it."

  • Cole(Definition of cole)
  • "the first maryland potomac home brigade, colonel henry a. cole.

  • Clues
  • Keep on; you'll get lots of clues, and remember one will be right.

  • Gumper
  • Coils
  • The big bonfire burned brightly, and a wavering splash of light lay on the dark earth at their feet, while the lazy smoke wreathed itself slowly in gleaming coils amongst the black boughs of the trees.

  • Coulees
  • Coos(Definition of coos)
  • Colossi
  • The great human-headed lions standing on either side of the entrance were fully a hundred feet in height, while the road itself between the two sculptured colossi consisted of a single slab of black stone, whereon was an inscription in the cuneiform character, the signs of which had been filled in with copper kept bright by the hurrying sandals of the inhabitants.

  • Coals
  • Then by the time you come home there'll be a good bed o' coals, an' you can toast your feet 'fore you go to bed."

  • Coleus(Definition of coleus)
  • A canna of rich, dark green would make a fine centre plant for a bed in which red coleus served as a background.

  • Clause(Definition of clause)
  • I presume to think that the margin is preferable as a representation of the first clause in the greek, and the text as a representation of the second.

  • Colts
  • Collies
  • The collies scented the stranger while he stood on the hilltop, several hundred yards above the camp, rising to question his presence bristling backs.

  • Closet(Definition of closet)
  • I can't hide in a closet and listen."

  • Cools
  • Colors
  • This time i was able to march through new york with colors flying, thanks to your mother and miss leslie."

  • Coolie(Definition of coolie)
  • Close(Definition of close)
  • All the morning marie has seemed so close to me.

  • Closer(Definition of closer)
  • Then he drew his chair in somewhat closer.

  • Colo
  • He stated that he had been born in baden, germany, in 1845; that he had come to america with his mother and two sisters in 1859; going to the war in 1861, and arriving in pueblo, colo., in 1867.

  • Loose(Definition of loose)
  • Coolies
  • Colours
  • The scene is lit up by numerous paper lanterns of various colours.

  • Coulis
  • Cols
  • Color(Definition of color)
  • His own face, and the hands he held in front of him were red-hot-poker color.

    Por encima de mi cuerpo una loca (mi calor) Cambiando de color

    – Te Siento by Wisin & Yandel
  • Goose(Definition of goose)
  • Lose(Definition of lose)
  • Cowls
  • Colds
  • If the chest be delicate, there is nothing like flannel to ward off colds.

  • Closed(Definition of closed)
  • He closed them again and turned away his head.

  • Colas
  • "master walter the pennyless," resumed colas the bacon-cutter, scratching the back of his ear, "is it far from here to jerusalem?"

  • Colons
  • Of the colons, or convicts, at mettray, have become respectable and useful; while, of the youth sent to the ordinary jails and prisons, seventy-five per cent.

  • Coalesce(Definition of coalesce)
  • Should the portuguese-americans again evince those tendencies toward expansion which distinguished them in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, uruguay would be the natural point of attack, and if brazil should ever divide into its component parts, as it came so near doing in 1822 and again in 1837, rio grande and uruguay might find it necessary to coalesce, or possibly wars might ensue between them which would change the face of south america.