Correct spelling for CODUL

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  • caudal They are characterized by an oblong body more or less elevated and compressed; rough scales, large head and mouth; teeth sharp and unequal; dorsal fin single, with ten or twelve spines; anal fin similar in shape to soft dorsal fin, with three spines; the caudal fin concave.
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  • cl Cl., gilt, 50 cts.
  • clod You never met a Jewish clod or yokel.
  • cloud For it came creeping like a cloud that's moving all alone, Without the sound of footsteps ...
  • cloudy It was very early, and a cloudy morning, so that night had still almost undisturbed possession of earth and sky; but in the south-eastern quarter, between two clouds, there was a space of fair white promise, hardly making any impression upon the darkness, but only set off by it.
  • clout "And some they give me the good red gold, And some they give me the white money, And some they give me a clout o' meal, For they be people o' low degree.
  • coal His face was white and cold, his jaw square and set; his coal-black eyes glittered with almost a superhuman fire.
  • cobol Programming Languages from Acorn: ISO Pascal (2× 16 KB ROM + floppy disk) S-Pascal (disk or tape) BCPL (ROM plus further optional disk based modules) Forth (16 KB ROM) LISP (disk,tape or ROM) Logo (2× 16 KB ROM) Turtle Graphics (disk or tape) Micro-PROLOG (16 KB ROM) COMAL (16 KB ROM) Microfocus CIS COBOL (running under CP/M on floppy disks via the Z80 second processor)
  • coda COCA-CODA – Child of CODA Adult and Child of Deaf Adult KODA – Kid of Deaf Adult(s) GODA – Grandchild of Deaf Adult(s) SODA – Sibling of a Deaf Adult(s) SpODA – Spouse of Deaf Adult
  • coddle Gail Matthius - Miss Molly Coddle, the comfort doll (Mr.
  • code He had never yet failed when he chose to exert himself, and though he might, for a time, be compelled to adopt a different code of morality from that which he at present acknowledged, he would do it for once.
  • coder Rube Bressler, major-league baseball player was born in Coder in 1894.
  • cody It is asking a great deal, I know, as you have just ridden eighty miles; but it is a case of necessity, and if you'll go, Cody, I'll see that you are well paid for it.
  • coil You will need about 80 feet and might buy 200 to have enough for the secondary coil.
  • coital
  • col
  • cola
  • cold
  • coldly
  • cole
  • colt
  • cool
  • copula
  • coral
  • cord
  • cordial
  • could
  • cowl
  • cud
  • cuddle
  • cuddly
  • cull
  • cult
  • curl
  • doll
  • dual
  • duel
  • dull
  • duly
  • godly
  • gould
  • modal
  • model
  • module
  • nodule
  • yodel
  • Nodal
  • Godel
  • Coll
  • Coulee
  • codes Neither the Buddha nor Christ thought it worth while to write anything and both of them ignored ceremonial and sacerdotal codes in a way which must have astounded their contemporaries.
  • codas The announcement of the CODAs victory sent delegates in Baden-Baden and residents of Calgary into celebration.
  • COD In our own seas rather less than a tenth of the species of fishes belong to the cod tribe.
  • COLO
  • COED From Celtic *iska 'water (Irish uisce); second element in Isca Dumnoniorum (Exeter) is a tribal name (see Devon) Leatherhead, Surrey From Brythonic *lēd- [from Celtic *leito-] + *rïd- [from Celtic *(φ)ritu-] = "Grey Ford" Lincoln, Lincolnshire, Latin Lindum Colonia From Celtic *lindo- 'pool' + Latin colonia 'colony Manchester, Latin Mamucium or Mancunium From Celtic *mamm- 'breast (referring to the shape of a hill) Noviomagus (Latin), now Chichester, West Sussex and Crayford, Kent From Celtic *nowijo- 'new' (Welsh newydd) + *magos 'field, plain Pengethley, Herefordshire From Brythonic *penn- 'hill, top, head, chief' (Welsh pen) + possibly *kelli 'to stand (Welsh gelli) Pencoyd, Herefordshire Penge, Greater London Penketh, Cheshire From Brythonic *penn- 'hill, top, head, chief' (Welsh pen) + *koid- 'wood' (Welsh coed), or *cēd- 'wood Pencraig, Herefordshire Pendlebury, Greater Manchester Pendleton, Lancashire Pendock, Worcestershire First element from Brythonic *penn- 'hill, top, head, chief' (Welsh pen 'head, end, chief, supreme') = Irish ceann 'head, from Proto-Celtic *kwenno- Penn, Buckinghamshire Penn, West Midlands From Brythonic *penn- 'hill (Welsh pen) Lower Penn, Staffordshire From English lower + Brythonic *penn- 'hill Penshaw, Sunderland From Brythonic *penn- 'hill' and possibly p-Celtic *carr 'rocks.
  • CODED Mammals have at least six actin isoforms coded by separate genes, which are divided into three classes (alpha, beta and gamma) according to their isoelectric points.
  • CODS 2. On the coasts about Scarborough, where the haddocks, cods, and dog-fish, are in great abundance, the fishermen universally believe that the dog-fish make a line, or semicircle, to encompass a shoal of haddocks and cod, confining them within certain limits near the shore, and eating them as occasion requires.
  • modulo
  • ex-acerbating

20 words made from the letters codul

4 letter words made from codul:

cold, clod, ould, ludo, duoc, dulo, loud, duco, coud.

5 letter words made from codul:

3 letter words made from codul:

cud, col, old, luo, duo, dol, lcd, doc, cul.

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Constinent

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