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Possible correct spellings for coord

  • Clod(Definition of clod)
  • Past many moors of pain i trod impeded by the clinging clod, until within one waking morn love in response to love was born.

  • Cd(Definition of cd)
  • [illustration: let ab represent a fixed star, and cd the moon.

  • Door(Definition of door)
  • Cored
  • Curd(Definition of curd)
  • Cords
  • Then at last, slowly and with no roughness, as the terror-stricken impostor shrank and withered, he cut the cords.

  • Coir(Definition of coir)
  • Locally known as padagu or salangu among the fisher folks, it is a large, flat-bottomed, high-sided, open boat with a clumsy design consisting of mango wood planks sewed together with strands of coir which cross over a wadding of the same material, but without frames or ribs, so that the shock due to surf is much reduced.

  • Cord(Definition of cord)
  • It was i who told of the silken cord and knife!

  • Color(Definition of color)
  • Her color was never high.

  • Cot(Definition of cot)
  • Coward(Definition of coward)
  • Card(Definition of card)
  • "number seven," answered marion, and duncan looked at his card to see what horse it was.

  • Coors
  • National bohemian, a brand brewed by miller brewing company bohemian, in the list of molson coors brands

  • God(Definition of god)
  • Code(Definition of code)
  • There is a code of etiquette in detective work in which the first and most important rule is: "take advantage of every chance of bringing a criminal to justice."

  • Cody
  • In 1874 cody acted as guide to a grand hunting party given by general sheridan to a number of wealthy and distinguished eastern men.

  • Cod(Definition of COD)
  • Cusk and cod are taken on the shoal and hake from the muddy edges about it.

  • Chord(Definition of chord)
  • He had touched a tender chord; mrs. hudson became almost cheerful.

  • Cold(Definition of cold)
  • It was a clear cold mornin'.

  • Gourd(Definition of gourd)
  • Cohort(Definition of cohort)
  • To gaul they sent an officer named julius calenus, to germany alpinius montanus, who had commanded an auxiliary cohort.

  • Cad(Definition of cad)
  • I'm more grieved than i can tell you, because i believe you think i am a cad.

  • Cooed
  • The eagles had never cooed before as they did on parade in those days, when they were reared above all the flags of all the nations of europe.

  • Coed
  • Hughes was the eldest son of sir william bulkeley hughes of plas coch, llanidan, anglesey and elizabeth, of coed alun, caernarfon.

  • Cooped
  • "i am so accustomed to the disguise," she said, "that i feel more comfortable in it than dressed as i now am, and it is much more amusing to be able to go about as i like than to remain all day cooped up here when my father is abroad."

  • Coder
  • All trainee coders will have some form of continuous, on-the-job training; often being overseen by a more senior coder.

  • Cooled(Definition of cooled)
  • Nothing more in this country was ever known of the fate of lucy brandon; and as her circle of acquaintances was narrow, and interest in her fate existed vividly in none save a few humble breasts, conjecture was never keenly awakened, and soon cooled into forgetfulness.

  • Court(Definition of court)
  • Cud(Definition of cud)
  • Cor(Definition of Cor)
  • 5. 13. and 7. 8, 11. cor.

  • Cooked(Definition of cooked)
  • They were nice and fresh and she cooked them for dinner.

  • Coot(Definition of coot)
  • Miserable old coot! i suppose he thought he had told me all about it! jed was always too loquacious!

  • Good(Definition of good)
  • Coo(Definition of coo)
  • Should he ever become weary of waves and languish for woods, he has only to turn his back upon the sea and climb the hills for an hour or two, and he will find himself in the depth of sylvan and mountain solitudes,-in a region of vines, running streams, deep-shadowed valleys, and broad-armed oaks,-where he will hear the ringdove coo, and see the sensitive hare dart across the forest aisles.

  • Goody(Definition of goody)
  • Corot(Definition of corot)
  • Accord(Definition of accord)
  • Both children thought this a hint, so with one accord they arose and fell on mrs. bates' back, and began to pay at once in coin of childhood.

  • Coda(Definition of coda)
  • John harris dental school, dainbridge (was the first formal dental school in the united states, but was not accredited by coda) ohio college of dental surgery, cincinnati (1926)

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