Correct spelling for CSHOOL

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Possible correct spellings for cshool

  • chill She said she thought she must have taken a little chill.
  • churl For Vaughan, left to himself, had not reflected two minutes before he felt that he had played the churl.
  • coal I did not care to tell him as much, but to let him see that I was not taken in, I said,- "It is really very wonderful, but another time you should warn me what you are going to do, so that the operation might be attentively watched, and the piece of money noted before being placed on the burning coal."
  • cobol Most hackers tend to frown on languages like {{Pascal}} and {{Ada}}, which don't give them the near-total freedom considered necessary for hacking (see {bondage-and-discipline language}), and to regard everything that's even remotely connected with {COBOL} or other traditional {card walloper} languages as a total and unmitigated {loss}.
  • coil Taffy caught up a coil of rope, sprang into a boat, and pushed across to land.
  • col Wynnette declared that she meant to talk to Odalite about it, and also to Col.
  • cool How cool your hand is!
  • cowl In the century following their arrival, Fitz-Ralph, the Archbishop of Armagh, complained that his chaplains could not buy any books at Oxford, because they were all snapped up by the men of the cord and cowl: 'Every brother who keeps a school has a huge collection, and in each Convent of Freres is a great and noble library.
  • ghoul In fine, he arrives at the conclusion that Conchita-long loved by him, long vainly solicited-has surrendered her heart to the gigantic Texan, who like a sinister shadow, a ghoul, a very ogre, has chanced across the sunlight of his path.
  • school She wished she could have gone back to the Business School in Holborn again.
  • shall "Yes," I answered, "and we shall.
  • shawl 1709. When you got money for a shawl, how was it entered in the book?
  • shell Sometimes a stone or a shell hurt his foot, but he only laughed and went on.
  • shill "Befo' I pernounces de benediction, I wants ter 'spress de thanks o' dis chu'ch ter de 'oner'ble visitor wha' set 'isse'f so modes' in de las' pew dis evenin', an' den sen' up de bigges' conterbutiom, fulfillin' de words o' de Scripture, which say de las' shill be fus' an' de fus' shill be las'.
  • shoal The ships are usually anchored in shoal water, where the sea is sure to run high, and the tossing and rolling of the craft makes life upon it insupportable.
  • Sheol Yet Job dares to anticipate that even in Sheol a set time of remembrance will be ordained for him and he shall hear the thrilling call of God. As it approaches this climax the poem flashes and glows with prophetic fire.
  • Coll He held the Principalship of St. Leonard's Coll.
  • Chloe Their hands touched, and again Chloe was conscious of the strange, new thrill that quickened her heart-beats.
  • COLO Butler and lady, Colo Hamilton and lady, Mrs. Green-all of whom accepted and came except Mrs. Butler, who was indisposed."
  • she'll I expect she'll want her dinner."

41 words made from the letters cshool

5 letter words made from cshool:

cohos, losco, shool, scool, schoo, cools, socol, lochs, losch, cholo, holos, olhos.

4 letter words made from cshool:

3 letter words made from cshool:

coo, sol, cos, loo, soh, col.

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