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Correct spelling for CORSE

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Possible correct spellings for corse

  • Courser
  • Then sir gringamors gave sir gareth a bay courser that was a passing good horse, with sure armor, and a noble sword, won by his father from a heathen tyrant.

  • Goose
  • "child," she said, and her voice was hard, "don't be a goose!

  • Corpse
  • You shall not carry away from here nothing but the memory of a corpse and death's-head.

  • Core
  • The receiving battery has a core pole of katultron and an outer shell of metultron.

  • Coors
  • Jose
  • "i have spoken to captain nelson, one of the general's staff, about you, and if by any chance you should be recognized as an escaped nun, i hope that don jose will go to him at once and ask him to obtain the general's protection for you, which will, i am sure, be given.

  • Cos
  • "it ain't only becos her feet are little, but cos she's got them beautiful shoes like wot's in picters," said another.

  • Allurings
  • Horse
  • A good horse, is it not?

  • Corset
  • I threw myself on my knees beside her, and loosened, as well as i was able, her dress and corset; but while i was thus engaged, a grasp descended on my shoulder.

  • Copse
  • Again the assailants came on in greater force under shelter of a tremendous cannonade: this time they gained a lodgment, and step by step drove the defenders back through the copse.

  • Course
  • That they knew of course.

  • Coos
  • I'll see to the coos.

  • Coarse
  • The room held a bed with coarse sheets, two chairs, a little table, and a chest of drawers.

  • Co's
  • Curse
  • The colonel looked up with a curse.

  • Worse
  • But-but now there's worse to come."

  • Coerce
  • At one time it seemed almost probable that the english minister would have to employ force to coerce his own client into terms as well as the other party to the suit.

  • Cars
  • So far we have been waiting for our cars all this time.

  • Cows
  • You go back, tell boss-cows all right-davey very sick man, here.

  • Gorse
  • Beyond its stream are the common lands golden with gorse, the ruined castle, and the red roofs of bungay town gathered about the tower of st. mary's church.

  • Morse
  • W. j. to miss frances r. morse.

  • Cores
  • Fruits are wasted by throwing away the cores and skins, which can be used for making sauces, jams and jellies, the latter being sweetened with corn syrup instead of sugar.

  • Coarser
  • Cause
  • Some further effort he must make to understand the cause of an experience which he could not reason from his memory.

  • Curs
  • Norse
  • Your father is going to show us how to do it in the proper norse style."

  • Case
  • Well, but suppose the case.

22 words made from the letters corse

3 letter words made from corse:

cer, cos, cro, esr, res, ceo, roe, ore, eos, sec, roc.

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5 letter words made from corse:

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