What is the correct spelling for COAS?

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Correct spelling for COAS

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Possible correct spellings for coas

  • coal Another bit of wreck over there is all that is left of the Westbourne, of Chichester, coal-laden.
  • coast The chief temple of the Formians was upon the sea-coast at Caiete.
  • coat I mean that I-I have not put on an evening coat for years."
  • coax I thought I'd try and coax him.
  • cos Do you think, Zoe, that with that I could wear the dress of transparent bombyx silk that came yesterday from Cos?
  • cows "'Tain't anything but some cows or sheep, I believe," said Willy, in a disappointed tone.
  • oas
  • Boas The province of Dalarna, or Dalecarlia, which lies between Nordland and the Norwegian frontier, and in which Miss Bremer has laid the scene of one of her most recent works, is spoken of at some length by Mr Boas, who considers it to be, in various respects, the most interesting division of Sweden.
  • Cops
  • Colas
  • Coals
  • Comas
  • coats
  • codas
  • coos
  • cots
  • cons
  • COBS
  • COGS
  • CO'S
  • CODS
  • COLS
  • allright The Allright (known in Germany as the Allreit and outside of Germany as the Vindec-Special) was a German automobile manufactured from 1908 to 1913 at the Cologne-Lindenthal factory that produced Allright, Tiger, Roland, and Vindec-Special bicycles and motorcycles.
  • ex-acerbating

4 words made from the letters coas

3 letter words made from coas:

sac, oas, cos, oca.

Misspelling of the day


  • admits
  • amity's
  • ascribes to
  • be at the bottom of
  • be operation
  • being on case
  • breaks to smithereens
  • bring standstill
  • brings pressure to bear
  • bundles up