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  • choked Tears choked her, and she was driven off in the station fly.
  • coke Coke sent his Exceptions to the attorney-general, who, by an immediate order in council, submitted them to "all the judges of England."
  • cooked If the food were cooked, I don't see how we should give it to the men.
  • corked David as the orchestra, had been performing a drum solo on the back of a chair with two of the corn-cobs Victoria had been building houses with; but, when Lady Macbeth said, "Give me the daggers," Christie plucked the cobs suddenly from his hands, looking so fiercely scornful, and lowering upon him so wrathfully with her corked brows that he ejaculated an involuntary, "Bless me!"
  • cowed Prussia seemed, to official eyes, utterly cowed.
  • Caged He stopped a moment; put his hands together, as though he had a bird caged in them; chuckled to himself; and not until Peter questioned him did he say: "Listen!
  • Caked The wheels were caked with clay, and the guns were covered with a grey dust.
  • Cocked Mick put his cocked rifle to his shoulder, trained the sights on the tree stump, and walked slowly towards it.
  • Joked What could not be cured was joked about.
  • Poked Then they baked their cakes, ate most of them, and poked pieces up under the thatched roof.
  • Yoked Early the following morning the yaks were brought out, yoked up, and the pole and truck hitched on.
  • Cokes
  • Cooed
  • Coped
  • COED 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.
  • ConEd
  • CODED ISO/IEC 646 is the name of a set of ISO standards, described as Information technology — ISO 7-bit coded character set for information interchange and developed in cooperation with ASCII at least since 1964.
  • cored
  • conked
  • coked

20 words made from the letters coked

3 letter words made from coked:

dec, doc, ceo, edo, ode, doe, oed.

4 letter words made from coked:

kdoc, dock, code, doek, deok, ekco, coke, oked, deck, doke.

5 letter words made from coked:

docke, decko, coked.

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