Correct spelling for COLOSER

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Possible correct spellings for coloser

  • Colours
  • Her friend is dressed in the same way in different colours.

  • Closed(Definition of closed)
  • Marion closed her eyes and tried to shut out the thoughts in her heart.

  • Closes
  • T' shop closes early after november comes in.

  • Clover(Definition of clover)
  • I said to him, "it certainly would hold a pile of clover hay."

  • Cooler(Definition of cooler)
  • I have made up my mind; i am a man of the world and an older and cooler mind than you.

  • Close(Definition of close)
  • When she had learned that she would close the book.

  • Collier(Definition of collier)
  • Although congreve's early abandonment of his career was not caused by collier's attack alone, it was probably due in part to the general sentiment to which collier gave utterance.

  • Colliers
  • As the darkness deepened, mr. penrose-fearless of the storm, and at home on the wilds-made his way towards a lone farmstead known as 'granny houses,' and so-called because of an old woman who lived there, and who, by keeping a light in her window on dark winter nights, guided the colliers to a distant pit across the moors.

  • Coolies
  • Closet(Definition of closet)
  • Rest satisfied with this, babie, lest you prove like bluebeard's wife, and make another skeleton in my closet, which has enough already."

  • Color(Definition of color)
  • They don't suit me; there is not enough color in them."

  • Closer(Definition of closer)
  • "now for the village," said i, as i drew my friend's arm closer within mine, and we set out in a fast walk.

  • Colour(Definition of colour)
  • There was a light in her eyes, a colour in her cheeks.

  • Glaser
  • Coolers
  • Colors
  • They passed down from east to west along the front of the army, the president taking off his hat as he passed the colors of each brigade.

  • Colas
  • Breugnon, colas, in colas breugnon, 241-53, 319; spiritual kinship of, with jean christophe, 244-48; see colas breugnon.

  • Collies
  • Separated by wide distances, the collies, graceful figures lying on green lawn and bank, fell to their crunching in comparative peace, while gunnar, spurning his own birthday dinner, roared grace from the end of his chain, with ralph's gruff amen coming down from the open windows of his prison chamber.

  • Colossi
  • Before the temple of luxor stood colossi, or enormous statues, of rameses the great, who built the temple, and not far distant were two fine obelisks, one of which is now in paris.

  • Colder
  • To right, the town we came from, to left, blue hills and sea: the wind is growing colder and shivering are we.

  • Cools
  • Coarser
  • Most of them have a soft, short under fur protected and more or less hidden by longer, coarser hair.

  • Courser(Definition of courser)
  • Then to the city, terrible and strong, with high and haughty steps he tower'd along, so the proud courser, victor of the prize, to the near goal with double ardor flies.

  • Loser(Definition of loser)
  • I understand why You hate losers So do I I?m a loser

    – Woe Is Me (Reprise) by Unknown Author
  • Cols