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How to spell COOFERS correctly?

The correct spelling for "coofers" might be "coughers", indicating individuals who are experiencing coughing fits. Alternatively, it could be a misspelling of "coolers", referring to portable containers used for keeping beverages chilled. Double-checking the intended meaning or using a dictionary can help avoid confusion caused by misspellings.

List of suggestions on how to spell coofers correctly

  • CLOVERS Elsa wears a colorful pair of clovers.
  • coders The team of coders is in charge of loading the new software onto the company's server.
  • coffees
  • coffer The treasurer placed the money in the large metal coffer for safekeeping.
  • coffers The wealthy businessman donated a large sum of money to the charity, filling their coffers for the year.
  • comers The restaurant is always packed with out-of-towners and new comers every weekend.
  • confers The degree I received confers upon me the right to practice as a professional.
  • confess I must confess that I have never learned how to swim.
  • conifers The pine trees in the forest are an example of conifers.
  • cookers I need to buy new cookers for my restaurant.
  • coolers The beachgoers filled their coolers with ice and drinks before heading out to the sand.
  • coopers The coopers at the barrel-making company were all skilled in the craft of woodworking.
  • COORS
  • corers The kitchen store sells a variety of corers, from apple corers to pineapple corers.
  • covers The book covers were torn and faded from years of use.
  • cowers The small dog cowers in fear whenever there are loud noises.
  • gofers The interns were given the task of being gofers for the executives, running errands and getting coffee.
  • golfers At the resort, the golfers had access to the best greens and fairways in the area.
  • offers The company offers a wide range of benefits to its employees.
  • woofers The woofers in my car need to be replaced.

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