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How to spell COURTER correctly?

If you are trying to spell "courter" but can't seem to get it right, there are a few possible correct alternatives. It could be "courier" if you are referring to a delivery person, "counter" if you meant a surface or "courter" if you intended to say a person who courts someone romantically. Double-checking your context will help you choose the right word.

List of suggestions on how to spell courter correctly

  • carter The cart pulled by the carter was overloaded with hay bales.
  • copter The medical team arrived at the accident scene in a copter.
  • corer I need to buy a corer before I can start making my homemade apple pies.
  • cortes
  • cotter The cotter pin held the wheel on the shaft.
  • coulter I can't believe she would use Coulter's logic.
  • counter The counter on the kitchen wall counted down the minutes until lunchtime.
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  • courser He rode his courser through the meadow at breakneck speed.
  • court The defendants will appear before the court tomorrow.
  • Courted He courted her for months until she finally agreed to date him.
  • courtesy I will show you the courtesy of leaving now.
  • courtier The courtier bowed deeply before the queen, hoping to gain her favor.
  • courtiers The king's court was always bustling with courtiers attending to his every need.
  • courtlier I was feeling a little under the weather, so I went straight to bed instead of attending the courtlier's ball.
  • Courtney Courtney is my best friend since kindergarten.
  • courts The tennis courts were recently resurfaced for the upcoming tournament.
  • Curer I have never heard of a "curer" before.
  • custer The battle of the Little Bighorn was fought by General Custer and his Seventh Cavalry against a much larger army led
  • cuter Jimmy was really funny but I could tell he was cuter with the girls.
  • cutter I need a cutter to chop the onions.
  • outer The outer layer of the cake was covered in icing.
  • scouter As a Boy Scout, he was always proud to wear his scouter uniform.

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