How to spell COTTEN correctly?
If you meant to write "cotten" but realized it's a misspelling, here are some possible correct suggestions. The first one could be "cotton", referring to the plant used for textile production. Another option might be "coteen", a variant of the word "cohort" commonly used in military context. Finally, "cordon" might be an alternative, describing a barricade or line of people.
List of suggestions on how to spell cotten correctly
- Cohen He is known for his work as a lawyer for Cohen.
- COTES Cotes eleves are a type of French cheese.
- cottar The small peasant community had only one cottar who tended to the sheep.
- cotton I love wearing cotton clothes because they are comfortable and light.
- Cottons I bought some soft, white cottons to make new pillowcases.
- cottony The furry texture of the cottony cloud made it seem close and cozy.
- coven The coven meets once a month to consecrate new members.
- cozen I will not cozen my way to the top; I would rather work hard and earn my position honestly.
- cutter I need to find a cutter to slice the bread.
- Gotten I have gotten a lot of new things since we moved.
- jotter As the teacher handed out the assignments, she reminded the students to bring their jotter to take notes.
- kitten The kitten was so small and fluffy that I couldn't resist holding her.
- oaten The farmer harvested his fields of oaten hay.
- rotten I can smell the rotten egg smell in the room.
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