Correct spelling for COUDL

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  • caudal I attached a phosphorescent light to his caudal, that I might not lose him in the gloom, and he preceded me along the sloping interior.
  • cloud It looks like a cloud, but it's brown."
  • cloudy Bartlett's eyes abruptly turned cloudy.
  • coal When she finished it, she stooped forward and dropped it into the red heart of the coal fire.
  • coda Al-Harbi, Awwad Ahmad Al-Ahmadi (2003), "Acehnese coda condition: An optimality-theoretic account" (PDF), Umm Al-Qura University Journal of Educational and Social Sciences and Humanities, Umm al-Qura University, 15 (1): 9–21  Pillai, Stefanie; Yusuf, Yunisrina Qismullah (2012), "An instrumental analysis of acehnese oral vowels" (PDF), Language and Linguistics, 13 (6): 1029–1050  Asyik, Abdul Gani (1982), "The agreement system in Acehnese" (PDF), Mon–Khmer Studies, 11: 1–33, archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-06-05  Durie, Mark.
  • coddle Bumpy's best friend), Sleemoth (Gloog's partner) (additional role, uncredited), Dad (actor, the Boys father) (additional role, uncredited), various (additional roles, uncredited) Gail Matthius - Miss Molly Coddle, the comfort doll (Mr.
  • code That plan is given in the old Hebrew code.
  • cody The builders of the Kansas Pacific Railroad wanted buffalo meat to feed their laborers and Cody undertook the contract.
  • coil I have marked the coil of Fig.
  • coital Post coital bleeding can occur with discharge, itching, or irritation.
  • col Alfred's first impulse was a reckless desire to tell Col.
  • cold About thirty were murdered in cold blood near to Colonel Somerset's camp.
  • coldly "This is Alice's affair, Mr. Gassett," replied Mrs. Morton coldly.
  • cool The cool Englishman asked: "In what way?"
  • cord There was another awkward delay while the warders departed for the cord.
  • cordial He shook her little hand with cordial good-nature.
  • could I didn't know a woman could do that.
  • couple "I've got a couple of sons in France, trying their best to do it," he replied.
  • court He go to court and swear.
  • courtly But in this case his bow, instead of falling forwards, fell obliquely to the right, as it were after his hat; for he had not risked taking a stick with him; and hat and stick were his proppage and balance-wheel, in short, his bowing-gear, without which it was out of his power to produce any courtly bow, had you offered him the High Church of Hamburg for so doing.
  • cowl Abbot Bilson was seated in an arm-chair, with his cowl thrown back.
  • cud The launch contained about fifty sheep, wedged together so close that it was with difficulty they could find room to twist their jaws round, as they chewed the cud.
  • cuddle He sat on a small branch, and looked down from his pulpit with a dear nod of his little head, which would have made you want to cuddle him in the hollow of your two hands.
  • cuddly The cute and cuddly appearance of Beep the Meep — a round, furry biped with large, expressive eyes and long ears — belies his true nature as a malevolent, homicidal would-be conqueror and dictator.
  • cull I cull from volume five a few specimen articles to illustrate the wealth of local and national history embedded in this popular periodical:
  • curdle With too little water the sugar will curdle before it has boiled enough.
  • curl Her feet moved involuntarily while her gaze rested on the litter, and she caught a glimpse sometimes of a golden curl, sometimes of a little hand, sometimes of the whole marvellously beautiful fair head.
  • godly
  • goodly
  • gouda
  • gould
  • Godel
  • Coll The garrison had been reinforced by many men from the ships of Coll.
  • COD You always could cook cod cheeks, if I do say it."
  • COED St Dunawds Church, Bangor Is-coed, is in the village of Bangor Is-coed (also known as Bangor Is y Coed), Wrexham County Borough, Wales.
  • CUDS And he scampered off across the pasture, toward three of Farmer Green's cows which were chewing their cuds under the shade of a big maple tree.
  • CODS I assure you he was a well-made, muscular, portly, handsome man, with a large well-filled pair of cods.
  • alltime Customers could use Tillie the All-Time Teller by following these steps: Inserting an " Alltime Tellercard" Following instructions presented on its TV screen Entering a "secret code" and entering a desired amount of money on the "money keyboard" ($200 was the limit) The machine would automatically hand out the desired amount of money.
  • loudly

20 words made from the letters coudl

4 letter words made from coudl:

cold, clod, ould, ludo, duoc, dulo, loud, duco, coud.

5 letter words made from coudl:

3 letter words made from coudl:

cud, col, old, luo, duo, dol, lcd, doc, cul.

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Apprentee

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