Correct spelling for COLD
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Possible correct spellings for cold
- bold Mr. Snake was very bold.
- clod All the while Pudge and I was watching, his lady friend didn't move as much as a clod.
- col They had never liked "the furriner," as they called Col.
- cola The next high water Gabriel and his company departed from thence, and rowed to their former company and neighbours, which were in number 28 at the least, and all of them belonging to the river Cola.
- cold You've taken a dreadful cold."
- cole Then I rose to Jack Cole, who came to see me.
- colt But suddenly, from this position, she leaped backward with the mad energy of a frightened colt.
- cord His father drew some stout double cord from his pocket.
- could If I could be sure of you!
- fold Let me fold you to my heart."
- gold Had gold ever been found around Siwash?
- hold You are the one man in all the world that ought to hold on to it.
- mold The clay mold, called "bang-bang'-a," is thoroughly baked by a fire.
- old An old man and a girl.
- scold She longed for some chance to scold the girl, and tell her that it would not do, and make her talk.
- sold "Then I've been sold," he smiled; "here's another."
- wold And if some dreadful morn, After great search and shouting thorough the wold, We found thee missing,-strangled,-drowned i' the mere, Then should I go distraught and be clean mad!
- Told He told me all about it."
- Coll Med. Coll., N. Y.; Ophth.
- COD It is good cod ground from April to July; haddock are taken in December and hake in summer on the edges in 50 to 60 fathoms.
- COLO Citrus medica-based Alemow, Colo – Citrus ×macrophylla (C.
- COED 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.
- COLDS Two of them got violent colds, an' they were no use for traveling.
7 words made from the letters cold
Misspelling of the day
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