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How to spell COTTENES correctly?

If you meant to type "cottones" but misspelled it, here are some correct suggestions: "cottons" refers to fabrics made from cotton fibers, "cotes" represents small enclosures or shelters, "cotters" are metal fasteners and "cottages" denote small houses. Double-check your spelling to ensure appropriate usage.

List of suggestions on how to spell cottenes correctly

  • contends She contends that the new policy will have a negative impact on the company's profits.
  • contents I carefully unpacked the box, eager to see the contents inside.
  • convenes The committee convenes every Monday to discuss current projects and upcoming tasks.
  • cortèges
  • corteges The royal corteges paraded through the streets, captivating onlookers with their opulence and grandeur.
  • Corteses The Corteses have always been generous hosts, inviting everyone in the neighborhood to their annual barbecue.
  • cottages They rented cozy cottages by the lake for their summer vacation.
  • cotters I used cotters to secure the mechanical components in place.
  • cottoned After observing her friend's enthusiasm for the new hobby, Sarah quickly cottoned on and decided to join in.
  • cottons Cottons are versatile fabrics that can be used to make various clothing items.
  • rottener The apple became even rottener after being left out for days.
  • rottenest The tomatoes in the back of the fridge were definitely the rottenest.

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