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Correct spelling for COUSE
We think the word couse is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for couse
Fresh air, fresh milk, no people, just cows-and they can't talk.
"the first time that one has been so close to me.
I bean't a young man, but i still like a carouse i do, and i like good ale, and plenty of it, and i say let people enjoy themselves.
C. fannio m. valerio cos.
Every remarkable case that had ever been recorded he appeared to have at his fingers' ends; every fact-chemical, physical, biological, or even historical-that could in any way be twisted into a medico-legal significance, was pressed into his service; and his own varied and curious experiences seemed as inexhaustible as the widow's cruse.
The twins were the cause.
True, domesticated plants can be gradually acclimatized to bear a degree of heat or of cold, which, in their wild state, they would not have supported; the trained english racer out-strips the swiftest horse of the pampas or prairies, perhaps even the less systematically educated courser of the arab; the strength of the european, as tested by the dynamometer, is greater than that of the new zealander.
On the side of the hill, a rough hedge divides the private ground of the copse from otterbourne common and hill, which is crossed by the old high road from london to southampton, the very steep hill having had a cutting made through it.
He was deprived of every comfort-kept twenty-four hours without any provision and then received a coarse and scanty supply-the british violating the laws of humanity-of nations and all rules of civilized warfare.
But i'll trouble you for the case.
I mean, of course.
An elegant coupe, standing at a little distance, was now driven up to the house, a footman in showy livery hastened to open the door, and a little old man, with a light and jaunty movement, though it was evident he was one of those relics of the past who have not yet abandoned powder, stepped quickly into the carriage, which was then driven rapidly away.