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Correct spelling for COUPLESE
We think the word couplese 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 couplese
- Coalesce(Definition of coalesce)
- Copse(Definition of copse)
- Coupled(Definition of coupled)
- Couple(Definition of couple)
- Couplet(Definition of couplet)
- Corpse(Definition of corpse)
It has been recently covered by a brick chapel with three cupolas, but photographs of the ancient structure can be had in samarkand.
The rest of the composition is drawn in from an atmosphere of surrounding things; that is, from the various influences of the different laws, religions and governments in the world; and from those of the different ranks and inequalities in society; and from the different professions of men, encouraging or repressing passions of particular sorts, and inducing different modes of thinking and habits of life; and he seems to have known intuitively what those influences in particular were which this or that original constitution would most freely imbibe and which would most easily associate and coalesce.
The troops trudged steadily forward through the dust; regiment after regiment disappeared in the deep copse which stands west of groveton, and far to the rear the road was still crowded with men and guns.
If his bird-witted brains could have coupled cause and effect, this was exactly the result which he might have anticipated.
A couple more hours had passed while they were trying that.
"it was of interest to me," said copley banks, "for the woman was my wife, and the lads were my only sons."
Copies of any of the above books will be sent to any one, free of postage, on receipt of price by the publishers.
But the following couplet evidently requires a plural verb, and is therefore correct as the poet wrote it; both because the latter noun is plural, and because the conjunction and is understood between the two.
Sex is for a purpose and that is to bring children into the world and for the purpose of love-making between married couples.
The two men stood for some moments staring at the corpse.