How to spell COUTER correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell couter correctly

  • accouter I bought a new backpack to carry my books and gear and an accouter to keep me comfortable on the rides.
  • carter I never liked Squire Carter.
  • cater It was wholly unnatural for Prudence to cater to Propriety, but Professor Rayburn did not know this.
  • clutter Foolish doings do clutter up one's luggage with letters of introduction when all that is needed to board round with the most celebrated people in England is a glance at a "Who's Who" in a public library to get addresses.
  • coaster "Yes, it was at sea; leastways, on a coaster.
  • coat "Good-bye," she repeated, and he took up his coat and hat and went out.
  • code Yes, I will give my people a new code of laws.
  • coder
  • commuter Did you know that commuters make up the third largest group of people who use public transportation?
  • comte He was the son of a nobleman.
  • coot I saw a coot drinking from a water fountain.
  • cootie The cootie toxin is the most deadly form of mite.
  • cot
  • cote Her cote shirt was colorful and cheerful.
  • cottar The group of cottars gathered around the fire.
  • cotter The cotter was unable to get the bolt free.
  • coulter Sarah Palin speaks to people in a very Coulter-esque way.
  • counter I need to get to the counter before I can buy my ticket.
  • court
  • courtier I must apologize to my courtier for not being able to attend your ball tonight.
  • couture Her couture gowns always catch my eye.
  • custer
  • cut
  • cute
  • cutler The butcher is cutting up the meat.
  • cutter I need a kitchen ayster for cutting vegetables.
  • goiter
  • gout
  • gutter I saw a guy walking down the street with a big gutter on his head.
  • jotter I'm going to jot down my ideas while they're still fresh in my mind.
  • jute Her daughter's jute coat smelled of motor oil.
  • outer We went for a walk outside.
  • pouter The birds were chirping and the chicks were chatterin' away until one of the babies pouted.
  • router A router is a device that helps to connect different networks.
  • scooter I've been waiting for my scooter for hours.
  • scouter She was scouting for a new job.
  • Jouster The jouster rode away.
  • Courted She had always been courted by many eligible men, but she had never been interested in any of them.
  • cotters Cotters is an old word for wrigglers.
  • COED
  • COTES Cotes is a town in the U.S. state of Oregon.
  • CUED He cued the ball perfectly, sending it sailing over the net.
  • cuter
  • copter
  • Cutie

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