Correct spelling for OOO

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Possible correct spellings for ooo

  • boo Therefore, she addressed it familiarly: " Boo!"
  • coo What does Sadie do but pass her out the glad hand and coo away, like a pouter pigeon on a cornice, about being tickled to see her again.
  • goo For that he is constrayned, either to stande together with his men, and to sustaine the incommoditie of water and colde, or to avoide it to devide his power: But he that defendeth, may chuse the place as he listeth, and tary him with his freshe men: and he in a sodayne may set his men in araye, and goo to find a band of the enemies men, who cannot resiste the violence of them.
  • loo You didn't fall in love with any particular name, did you, Loo?
  • moo The calf acknowledged the caress with a grateful moo; there was a plaintive light in his liquid eyes.
  • ono Within two or three centuries the arable Jewish territory was nearly doubled and included such important cities as Ai, Bethel, and Timnath in the north, and Ajalon, the Horons, Modein, as well as Ono and Lod, the later Lydda, far out on the Philistine Plain.
  • too I'm too tender-hearted with them.
  • woo Paquita declares that if Christopher really loves her, he will come and woo her as an honorable man should.
  • zoo Too often has a poor, sickly ape, which by his very feebleness allowed himself to be captured and placed in a zoo, been compared to human beings.
  • Oho I also saw a sea-snipe, or trumpet-fish, but, oho, without a tooth!
  • FOO For the first time in the history of opposing forces he tamed the strength and swiftness of wild horses to the use of man, and placing copper loops upon their feet and iron bars between their teeth, he and his band encircled Ti-foo with an ever-moving shield through which no outside word could reach the town.
  • POO A Chinese merchant of Canton, who, from the frequent opportunities of seeing English ships, was not insensible of their advantages over those of his own nation which traded to Batavia and other distant ports, resolved, and actually began, to construct a vessel according to an English model; but the Hoo-poo or collector of the customs being apprized of it, not only obliged him to relinquish his project but fined him in a heavy penalty for presuming to adopt the modes of a barbarous nation.
  • OOH " Ooh! the stone, the great big stone! ooh! the stones on top!"

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