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How to spell COSED correctly?

If you've typed "cosed" instead of "closed", don't fret! Autocorrect can sometimes play tricks on us. Here are some suitable alternatives: sealed, shut, locked, ended, finished or even concluded. Remember to double-check your spelling to ensure clear communication in future endeavors.

List of suggestions on how to spell cosed correctly

  • case I will bring my laptop case to the meeting.
  • cased The detective cased the building before entering.
  • Caused The accident was caused by the driver's fault.
  • closed The shop was closed because of the holiday.
  • closet
  • Coasted After getting the green light, the driver coasted down the hill.
  • Coaxed
  • COD My sister-in-law brought over some chicken soup for COD.
  • code I need to write the code for this website to function properly.
  • CODED The message was coded for security purposes.
  • codes The software engineer is responsible for programming codes for the new application.
  • COED The university was originally an all-male institution but later converted to a coed school.
  • COEDS The COEDs were having a meeting in the library.
  • coked
  • ConEd ConEd is one of the largest electrical providers in the United States.
  • Cooed The cooed onlookers made Sally feel embarrassed.
  • Coped I coped by pretending not to hear.
  • cord
  • cored
  • corset She wore a tight corset that made it difficult to breathe.
  • cos I used a bit of cos function in my programming code to calculate the value of an angle.
  • cosset My little cosset is missing her toys.
  • cost The cost of the cake is $10.
  • COSTED
  • cote This hotel offers stunning views of the Cote d'Azur from their rooftop terrace.
  • COTES I studied Cotes for my law degree.
  • Coursed Coursed is a delicacy found in many cultures.
  • cowed The soldiers were cowed by the intimidating words of their commanding officer.
  • cowshed I was going to the cowshed to milk the cows but they were all gone.
  • crossed The road was crossed by a huge log.
  • CUED She cued the music, signaling the start of the dance.
  • cursed The old abandoned house was said to be cursed and no one would dare to go near it.
  • cussed I was so mad at him that I cussed him out.
  • dosed I was just dosed with my medication.
  • HOSED I was hosed by the original creditor.
  • Jose My little brother's name is Jose.
  • nosed The dog nosed his way through the crowd to reach his owner.
  • posed She posed for a posed for a photo at the mall.

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