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How to spell COPLE correctly?

One possible correct suggestion for the misspelling "cople" is "couple". Another alternative could be "cable" or "cope". However, "couple" makes the most sense in the context of most sentences.

List of suggestions on how to spell cople correctly

  • cape She wore a beautiful red cape to the costume party.
  • caplet She wore a colorful caplet over her dress.
  • coal The coal mines closed due to safety concerns.
  • coil
  • col
  • cola
  • cole I need to pick up some cole slaw at the supermarket.
  • Coley That guy has a really pronounced coley nose.
  • Coll
  • collie The border collie is a highly intelligent breed of herding dog.
  • COLO
  • compile The programmer had to compile the code before running it on the new device.
  • comply The company must comply with all safety regulations to ensure the well-being of its employees.
  • cool
  • cooler Could you pass me the cooler so we can keep our drinks cold?
  • coolie She is a coolie of the trade.
  • cop The cop pulled me over for going over the speed limit.
  • cope I will need to cope with this new situation.
  • Coped After the death of her mother, Kathryn coped by spending more time alone.
  • COPES She copes well under stress and pressure.
  • copier He needs to get a new copier because the old one is broken.
  • copley
  • copper I can smell the copper on his skin.
  • copse The path through the copse was overgrown with vines and fallen branches.
  • copula The copula is a linking verb which connects two clauses.
  • copy
  • Coulee The Coulee is a large artificial excavation in southern Washington.
  • coupe I am intrigued by the sporty design of the coupe.
  • couple They were a couple of old codgers on a golf course.
  • coupled The new machine learning algorithm is coupled with the latest computer hardware to ensure efficient processing.
  • Couples We went out with our couples last night.
  • couplet The poem concluded with a powerful couplet that left a lasting impression on the audience.
  • cowl The figure was completely covered in a black cowl.
  • CPL The CPL (Cost per Lead) model is a popular form of online advertising.
  • pole Mom offered to help me carry the pole, but I said I could handle it.

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