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How to spell CATSE correctly?

If you've misspelled "catse", fear not! The correct suggestion would be "cats". This is a common mistake, as the addition of an unnecessary 'e' can slip in while typing. So, double-check your spelling and remember to keep it simple: just cats, no need for any extra letters!

List of suggestions on how to spell catse correctly

  • ATS The ATS system automatically sorts resumes to determine the most qualified candidates.
  • CADS I use CADs to design my furniture.
  • cants I can't stand people who are always making cants about what they can't do.
  • cars
  • carts The grocery store has rows of carts for customers to use while shopping.
  • case I need to bring my phone case to protect my phone.
  • cased
  • cases I have three cases of diarrhea.
  • Casey Casey's favorite color is green.
  • cassie I'm so excited to go see Cassie later this evening.
  • cast She had a broken arm and needed to wear a cast for several weeks.
  • caste The caste system is still prevalent in India.
  • casts The director casts the actors for the leading roles in the upcoming movie.
  • cat The cat meowed loudly while sitting on the windowsill.
  • cater
  • Cato The French Revolution was a disaster for Cato.
  • cats Cats are independent creatures that often like to do their own thing.
  • CATT
  • cause
  • Caused The car accident caused my uncle to bleed to death.
  • Causer
  • caws
  • chats
  • coarse I don't drink coffee; it's too coarse for me.
  • coats I hang my winter coats in the closet when the weather gets warmer.
  • cote The cote was a small and cozy home for the farmer's chickens.
  • cots The hotel room had two cots for the extra guests.
  • CRTs The screens in the workshop were enormous CRTs.
  • cute That is a really cute puppy!
  • cuts I must cut down on my drinking or there will be cuts in my budget.
  • gate The gate to the castle was heavily guarded.
  • Kate
  • SCATS Scats is a word that means feces.

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