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Correct spelling for COLSOLE
We think the word colsole 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 colsole
- Colorless(Definition of colorless)
- Closed(Definition of closed)
- Camisole(Definition of camisole)
- Consul(Definition of consul)
- Colossal(Definition of colossal)
- Closure(Definition of closure)
- Colonel(Definition of colonel)
- Coldly(Definition of coldly)
- Console(Definition of console)
- Closer(Definition of closer)
- Closet(Definition of closet)
- Close(Definition of close)
- Closely(Definition of closely)
- Capsule(Definition of capsule)
- Coleslaw(Definition of coleslaw)
- Lysol(Definition of lysol)
The sun, cold and yellow, hung above them in the colorless sky.
Mcalpin half closed his eyes.
A camisole, or, as i prefer to stigmatize it, a straitjacket, is really a tight-fitting coat of heavy canvas, reaching from neck to waist, constructed, however, on no ordinary pattern.
And upon another day did paw yan attempt to build the tower, but so utterly did he fail that his wife said, "while i build the watch-tower you gather the food for the pigs, and, when the eye of day closes, give it to them."
Turnbull was not long in discovering this truth in connexion with the cold and colossal machinery of this great asylum.
Another and very useful device for this purpose is shown in fig. 1626, consisting of a pair of inverted wedges, of which one is dovetailed into the other and having a screw to operate them endwise, the purpose being to hold the two jaws the proper distance apart and prevent their closure under pressure of the planer vice jaws.
203. wardle, colonel, iii.
In canada, the product is sweetened from natural sources and contains 50% fewer calories than regular colas.
Fyles raised his powerful shoulders coldly.
How lightly he stepped: how easily his left arm blew the coals to a white heat, with blue flames rising from them.
Wilhelmine placed the ring upon her finger, turning it to watch the play of colors.
The wretch's eyes twinkled again and he came yet closer.
I rose presently, found my cap in a closet under the stairs, and went out into the moon-flooded wood toward the lake.
I think your future is secure now beyond any doubt; -for any man with such talent and knowledge, such real love for art, and such a total absence of vices should find the road before an easy one. it is true that you have a prodigious work to achieve; but the path is well oiled, like those level highways along which the egyptians moved their colossi of granite.
Marcello heard a light footstep close to him, and met his mother's eyes as he turned.
So the average dog would have gulped this toothsome windfall in a single swallow; but wolf was not the average dog. no collie is, and wolf was still more like his eccentric forefathers of the wilderness than are most collies.
Rolfe scrutinised these windows closely.
Fruit: compressed heart-shaped capsule, containing numerous flat seeds.
Coleslaw (from the dutch term koolsla meaning 'cabbage salad), also known as cole slaw or slaw, is a salad consisting primarily of finely-shredded raw cabbage with a salad dressing, commonly either vinaigrette or mayonnaise.
Diamonds glistened in the coils of her raven hair.