Correct spelling for COUT

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Possible correct spellings for cout

  • Bout(Definition of bout)
  • These were retained by the master of the ceremonies, and conducted to a richly-ornamented saloon, where a gigantic wine-bowl standing on a table adorned in the greek fashion, invited to a drinking-bout.

  • Clout(Definition of clout)
  • Then the other fellow hit jimmie a lick, and took a clout in return.

  • Coot(Definition of coot)
  • So amber signed "pink satin" in the book and the coot stood up and said, "i'm not labertouche at all, but ram nath, and ram nath is only another name for har dyal rutton, and besides you had better come away at once, for the eye thou dost wear upon thy finger never sleeps and it's only a paste token anyway."

  • Scout(Definition of scout)
  • If some of your scout leaders can move down the coast to north cove and keep an eye on the houseboat, scotty and i will search from the air.

  • Cut(Definition of cut)
  • To cut it short, i'm going out of business."

  • Coat(Definition of coat)
  • To buy a coat?

  • Pout(Definition of pout)
  • But seeing her fixed gaze into the empty air, and the set pout of her nether lip, i could not doubt that she would never speak the word that would bid him home.

  • Count(Definition of count)
  • Look at me, and answer- i don't count for much now, do i?

  • Out(Definition of out)
  • "you're best out of this.

  • Coup(Definition of coup)
  • Three days' provisions were cooked, as before, and given to the men; and as we were now to carry everything by a coup-de-main, twenty rounds of ammunition were added to the sixty with which soldiers are usually loaded; whilst a smaller quantity of other baggage was directed to be taken on shore.

  • Court(Definition of court)
  • He is not at earl's court."

  • Rout(Definition of rout)
  • The eleventh division, whose shameful rout at chancellorville is still in every one's mouth, was almost exclusively a "dutch" corps.

  • Gout(Definition of gout)
  • I should like to have the talking to her only just for an hour, and i'd consent to have the gout for a month afterwards; i would, upon my soul!

  • Cont
  • Page 448: "the cooperators, however, realize the danger from german economic cont [control]

  • Tout(Definition of tout)
  • In fact, mr. pulitzer says as much outright; and it is the hard lot of some of the arts to have to tout for custom among the vulgar ranks of our best society.

  • Cot(Definition of cot)
  • "i've tried things before," she muttered; "but i know what i'll do this time," she exclaimed, "i'll give a cot to a hospital!"

  • Cost(Definition of cost)
  • I had found that out to my cost, soon after my arrival in ahmednugger.

  • Lout(Definition of lout)
  • Then madam gordeloup, speaking to herself in french, called harry clavering a lout, a fool, an awkward, overgrown boy, and a pig.

  • Colt(Definition of colt)
  • So rapidly had my volcanic lava of spirit hardened to clinkers that when the telephone called him to a barn, where some accident had befallen a thoroughbred colt, i was able to turn a conventionally masklike countenance on frances, who came to chat with me till his return.