How to spell CORE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell core correctly

  • bore It was a curious study the manner in which these two men bore their trouble.
  • care "Ah, well, I don't care who knows it now, sir.
  • chore And naturally we needed a chore boy, like we needed everything else.
  • code Well, now, code comes from 'coda,' a tail,-mark that word!
  • coke Opening a Coke, Mandi sipped it before she said, I'm all packed, but I think it would be faster if I went for it.
  • cole " Cole," he said quickly, "is he coming here?
  • come Oh, let them come!
  • cone The road swept around and up between leafless trees and green cone-bearing ones.
  • cope Thence by water, and so by land to my Lord Crew's, and dined with him and his brother, I know not his name; where very good discourse; among others, of France's intention to make a patriarch of his own, independent from the Pope, by which he will be able to cope with the Spaniard in all councils, which hitherto he has never done.
  • cora " Cora Hilliard is handsome," asserted a voice.
  • cord If you had not flung the cord round his hands, the game might have ended very differently."
  • core Effect: Talboys and Hardie mortified to the heart's core; thought they had altogether mistaken her character.
  • cork He poured a few drops into his own glass, for fear the cork should have left a grain of dust, and then filled his guest's little thick tumbler to the brim.
  • corm I found a corm inside of my tea.
  • corn
  • corp
  • cote
  • cove
  • cure I'll need some sort of cure for my headache.
  • fore The company's foreman advised the employees to wear safety goggles.
  • gore I saw a gore on the sidewalk.
  • lore Boston has a rich lore that dates back to the 1630s.
  • more
  • ore The ore is valuable and has to be transported carefully.
  • pore
  • score I registered for the golf tournament hoping to score a few points.
  • sore My feet are sore from walking in the park.
  • tore
  • yore In the ancient days, yore was a time when things were simpler.
  • Wore
  • corer
  • Cor 2.10: 3, 13, 33, 433. 3.16: 42. 8.4: 133. 15.26, 55: 430. 2 Cor.
  • Corey Corey is the new kid in school.
  • Cory
  • cores I need to get my computers core cleaned.
  • CORR I booked a room at Corrinthian Hotel.
  • cored The apple was Coreed with a sharp knife.

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