How to spell COFUSE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell cofuse correctly

  • cafe For instance on Monday; I was at the Jockey Club, at the Cafe Anglais, and at a lawyer's in turn.
  • carouse Once on the boughs Birds of rare plume Sang, in its bloom; Night-birds are we: Here we carouse, Singing like them, Perched round the stem Of the jolly old tree.
  • case I can get one, in any case.
  • cause There is no reason why you should not know the cause, since you have interested yourself so far, Mr Carrados.
  • cayuse Only I was thinkin' your cayuse is all in.
  • clause The clause, allowing them to arrest and send back vessels, is struck out, and instead of it, they are allowed to exercise a police over the ships of their nation generally.
  • close Keep close to your father, children!
  • coarse Why, you'll never catch anything with that great coarse thing; it would be too big for a jack."
  • coffee "Let's go get a cup of coffee," he said.
  • coffer They had put his embroidered leather bag of gold in a little wrought-iron coffer that Sebastian had given him, and the nurse had tightly fastened the join of lid and box with wax and resin.
  • confuse For even as ye, when at one and the same time ye see a man walking on the earth and the sun rising in the sky, distinguish between the two, though one glance embraces both, and judge the former voluntary, the latter necessary action: so also the Divine vision in its universal range of view does in no wise confuse the characters of the things which are present to its regard, though future in respect of time.
  • copse "But I don't know you, sir;" and she peered at him, trying to see his face in the darkness, for the copse was thick, and twilight had come on rapidly.
  • corpse Is it a corpse?
  • corvus The crow is a sacred bird in various cultures.
  • cos I have a lot of cosplay clothes at my house.
  • course
  • courser Some coursers race across open fields.
  • cove The cove looked perfect for a picnic.
  • cows It's going to be a hot day, so I'm going to go for a walk in the cows.
  • cruse I feel a bit crappy because I lost my cruse of toothpaste.
  • cuffs She had wrists cuffed behind her back.
  • curse I curse the day I got married.
  • cuss
  • defuse We must defuse the situation before it explodes.
  • effuse
  • focus Rather than focusing on the negative, try to focus on the positive.
  • fosse
  • fuse
  • fusee I have a fusee that needs to be replaced.
  • fuss
  • josue
  • refuse
  • Causer
  • Cokes My coke was empty so I had to get another one.
  • Comes
  • Jose Jose is my favorite soccer player.
  • courses I am considering taking courses to improve my English.
  • codes My friend's phone has a secret code to unlock it.
  • coves The cove is a quiet spot for a picnic.
  • coupes She likes to cut her own hair, wearing her father's old coupes.
  • cores My computer has a quad-core CPU.
  • coos The coos of the roosters woke me up early.
  • scoffs In her review, she scoffed at the author's attempt at humor.
  • cones I need cones to sell ice cream.
  • COPES This prison has the most insane COPES policy.
  • CAFFS Iced caffs for the staff.
  • COTES The beach cotes are a great place to go for a walk.
  • Coffey
  • coups I refuse to take part in any coups.
  • coffees

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