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Correct spelling for COME

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Possible correct spellings for come

  • Cote(Definition of cote)
  • Then many knights were sorry that sir la cote male taile was gone forth to that adventure.

  • Home(Definition of home)
  • "i've come back home," he said.

  • Coke(Definition of coke)
  • 1885 r. h. coke and s. swann, trinity hall.

  • Tome(Definition of tome)
  • The lodgings for the night were found in small towns along the road, tome, chilian, linarez, talca, curicu, and once, when there was no inn within reach, at a hospitable hacienda.

  • Comet(Definition of comet)
  • These were days of quick promotion, of comet-like reputations and of great careers cut short.

  • Comer(Definition of comer)
  • But i can't let my life depend upon the word of the first comer.

  • Cope(Definition of cope)
  • "she was not good at that sort of thing"-that was exactly it, exactly the summary of his new feeling about his aunt and uncle; they were not able to cope with that hard, new world into which he had been so suddenly flung-they were, he scornfully considered, "tea-table" persons, and in so judging them he condemned himself.

  • Cove(Definition of cove)
  • The cove was even close enough so the sound of the sky wagon's engine could be heard clearly.

  • Come(Definition of come)
  • Why did you come, dear?

  • Nome(Definition of nome)
  • It shows the pharaoh mycerinus supported on his right side by the goddess hathor, represented as a woman with the moon and the cow's horns upon her head, and on the left side by a nome goddess, bearing upon her head the jackal-symbol of her nome.

  • Coma(Definition of coma)
  • "you seemed to be in some kind of coma," he said.

  • Code(Definition of code)
  • Use wave-code three-seven-three and they'll know you're friendly."

  • Core(Definition of core)
  • Dear andy, my heart aches to its very core when i think of him, and know that his grief for me will be genuine.

  • Lome(Definition of lome)
  • Senor enrique depuy de lome was the spanish minister to this country.

  • Comes(Definition of Comes)
  • Do not worry because the time comes on when you must go into the next world.

  • Comm
  • Following the computer science principles of separation of concerns and information hiding, "comm pools purpose was to permit the sharing of system data among many programs by providing a centralized data description.

  • Comte
  • I cannot now boast of her beauty and her chastity to comte d'arcos, to whom i hoped to marry her.

  • Came(Definition of Came)
  • Now it came again.

  • Rome
  • And i know to whom i shall go in rome.

  • Some(Definition of some)
  • Otherwise, i should, of course, have tried to be useful to you in some way.

  • Comp
  • The smoke assumes the form of a cloud which affords protection from the burning sun of tribulations, as once, in the burning desert, from the scorching heat of the natural sun, comp.

  • Cole(Definition of cole)
  • King cole: trust still to life, the day is not yet old.

  • Cone(Definition of cone)
  • No combustion takes place in the inner blue cone, because no o reaches there.

  • Dome(Definition of dome)
  • It is a spacious granite structure, in the renaissance style, four stories in height, with an iron dome, and when completed will cost about four millions of dollars.

  • Como
  • "wise judges are we of each other," said claude melnotte contemptuously to colonel damar when that officer remarked that he "envied" the pretended prince of como, and it would be well for many of us were we to remember the rebuke in forming our judgment of our fellows in connection with their pecuniary position.

  • Comb(Definition of comb)
  • So much she daily drinketh, that her breath at both ends stinketh; that an horse-comb and an halter her soon up talter!

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