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How to spell CORONUILE correctly?

If you meant to type "coronuile" but made a misspelling, here are some possible corrections: 1) "coronule" - a small crown or coronet, 2) "coronule" - a raised area on the surface of a plant or insect, 3) "coronule" - a geological term referring to a small, dome-shaped rock formation. Double-check your spelling to ensure accurate results.

List of suggestions on how to spell coronuile correctly

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  • Colonize During the Age of Exploration, European countries sought to colonize many parts of Africa, Asia, and the Americas.
  • Corneille Corneille was one of the most prominent playwrights of seventeenth-century France.
  • Cornice The historic building had a beautifully ornate cornice that added grandeur to its facade.
  • Cornily He told her a cornily sweet joke that made her giggle.
  • Coronal The dentist took an X-ray of my tooth to identify any potential coronal damage.
  • Coronals Coronals are a group of consonant sounds that are produced by the front part of the tongue.
  • Coronoid The coronoid process is a bony projection on the upper surface of the ulna bone in the forearm.
  • Cronkite Walter Cronkite was known as "the most trusted man in America" during his tenure as the anchor of the CBS Evening News.

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