Correct spelling for COOUTH

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Possible correct spellings for coouth

  • booth If he went to the ticket office, and she into a telephone booth, she might escape him yet!
  • both They were both young and well-known.
  • cloth 8226. Is it not the understanding in the trade that the cloth is to be paid for in goods and not in money?
  • clothe Then I will return to my house, and if any one come to me on the bride's part, I will make him a present of money and clothe him in a robe of honour; but if he bring me a present I will return it to him and will not accept it so that they may know how great of soul I am."
  • clotho We saw the elder Corsican, And Clotho muttered as she span, While crowned lackeys bore the train, Of the pinchbeck Charlemagne: 'Sister, stint not length of thread! Sister, stay the scissors dread! On Saint Helen's granite Weak, Hark, the vulture whets his beak!' Spin, spin, Clotho, spin! Lachesis, twist! and, Atropos, sever! In the shadow, year out, year in, The silent headsman waits forever.
  • coat He that wants a new coat-get off from my toes, you scoundrel.
  • coauthor Freya Jarman-Ivens, coauthor with Fouz-Hernández, noted that the woman cries out for help when Madonna sings the line "When you call my name, Its like a little prayer".
  • colour The young Prince changed colour.
  • coo The afternoon heat was so great that the song-birds were hushed, and in hiding under the cool green leaves,-the clambering roses round the porch hung down their bright heads for sheer faintness,-and the only sounds to be heard were the subdued coo-cooing of the doves on the roof and the soft trickling rush of a little mountain stream that flowed through the grounds.
  • cook "I will do so, and in the meanwhile do you get me a fresh cook.
  • cool I had brought it up with me filled with cool water from the pump.
  • coop The committee were all there, with a whole swarm of ladies in waterproof cloaks, huddled together like chickens in a coop.
  • coot "In Cot's cood time I am ready to die, (said the invalid;) but, if ever I lose one drop of my Welch bloot, put in the service of my country, may my coot name be plasted with the titles of poltroon and coward!"-He saved his Welch blood, and recovered, and De Clavering, though at first somewhat displeased, treated him as a friend and brother ever afterwards.
  • cootie After appearing as a sideman in the R&B-oriented Cootie Williams Orchestra through 1944, Bud Powell was in bebop sessions led by Frankie Socolow on May 2, 1945 for the Duke label (The Man I Love, Reverse the Charges, Blue Fantasy, September in the Rain), then Dexter Gordon on January 29, 1946 for the Savoy label (Long Tall Dexter, Dexter Rides Again, I Cant Escape From You, Dexter Digs In).
  • cosh Blackjacks and Saps The terms blackjack, cosh, and sap refer to any of several short, easily concealed club weapons consisting of a dense (often lead) weight attached to the end of a short shaft, used as a bludgeon.
  • cot It had not grown in the garden of the cot.
  • cote All the way to the Cloud Cote they kept up hearty agreement that the idea was utterly wild and preposterous, and that Nolan should never stand for it.
  • couch I could sit up without weariness and I was loath to go once more to my couch.
  • cough Speak quick, or I'll give you something to cough for."
  • coup The coup d'oeil is really picturesque; the rays of the setting sun, which struck the waters obliquely as we passed, heightened exceedingly their beauty, and rendered it worthy of a pencil more skilful than mine.
  • court I came carefully down my ladder, and slipped out of the court like a thief.
  • cut Better cut that idea right out!"
  • cute Oh, isn't he just too cute.
  • fourth He was in his twenty-fourth year, prepossessing, and extremely brave.
  • goethe If you find no pleasure in 'The Sorrows of Werther,' Goethe has created other beautiful works.
  • goth Fugitives from these towns in northern Italy and the outlying country districts fled to the islets and lagoons for shelter from the Hun, the Goth, and the Lombard.
  • gout "He will take a glass of port," said the prince, turning to Wanda, and indicating the decanter from which, despite his gout, he had just had his after-dinner wine.
  • kith Sir Francis might be that very suspicious character, a black sheep; he might be landless, with the exception of that ruined tenement in the North; nevertheless, Nan loved to know that he was of their kith and kin.
  • moth Cecilia felt the beating of her heart, upon which lay the moth concealed.
  • mouth Choosdah he was settin' in front iv th' fire with a pipe in his mouth.
  • oath
  • roth
  • ruth
  • sooth
  • soothe
  • south
  • tooth
  • toothy
  • youth
  • Doth For it is a figure in Rhetoricke, that drink being powr'd out of a cup into a glasse, by filling the one, doth empty the other.
  • Quoth
  • Cathy So the absorbing topic of Queen's new hockey coach being exhausted for the time being, "Got any good stuff for the play in your cubicles, Cathy?"
  • mouthy
  • coos She was weary of standing, too, and seating herself in a rustic garden-chair, over which an old cherry-tree loomed, waited complacently, while Ruth flitted to and fro among the rose-bushes, singing softly as a dove coos, while she plundered the flower-beds, and grouped buds and leaves into a sweet love-language, which her own heart supplied, and which he had studied with her, when their passion was like a poem, and flowers were its natural expression.

37 words made from the letters coouth

4 letter words made from coouth:

tuoh, coto, ocho, toho, tohu, chuo, coot, htoo, octo, thoo, choo, hout, chou, chut, tuho, coho, thou, hoot, huot, toch.

5 letter words made from coouth:

touch, couth, choot, oucht.

3 letter words made from coouth:

cot, tho, too, out, coo, cut, utc, otc, hot, thc, oct, hut, oto.

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