Correct spelling for COBY
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Possible correct spellings for coby
- cob A farmer's man from near Stourcastle came up, leading a strong cob.
- cody "Say," asked Peter Cody, driven to speech by curiosity.
- cony I stopped three days with Hon. Mr. Cony, Deputy Marshal of the Kingdom, at Hilo, Hawaii, last week and by a funny circumstance he knew everybody that I ever knew in Hannibal and Palmyra.
- copy "Never mind dinner, my dear girl," replied Mrs. Ess Kay, with an air which I do believe she tried to copy from Mother.
- coy My delight is to stay at home as coy as a young maid, without hurting anybody or moving any more than a milestone; but 'ware the wasps, if you go stirring up the wasps' nest!
- cozy Thoroughly cozy, with many artistic touches within, it snuggled on the heights near Arlington, the close neighbor to many of the Nation's best memories, looking out on a noble sweep of the fine, old Potomac, with glimpses through the trees of the Nation's Capitol, glimpses revealing the best of its beauties.
- Cobb In his heart he rather sympathized with Constable Cobb.
- Colby The Survey commenced in 1826, and has gone on under the superintendence of Colonel Colby, and the local control of Captain Larcom.
- Cory 10, 11, June 30, 1896; Cory, Mamm.
- COBS Burning or in any way destroying cobs, cornstalks, stubble, old straw, or decaying wood, is extravagant wastefulness.
- Cosby "The dam'll have to pay for the new cemeteries, won't it?" asked Lucia Cosby in some trepidation.
5 words made from the letters coby
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