What is the correct spelling for COASES?

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Correct spellings for COASES

  • case And I admit I'm a basket case With lipstick smeared across my face – Let's Go to War by murderdolls
  • cease will we ever see a day when war will cease or is it who we are the nature of the least will there ever be peace? – Here's to You by Samantha Moore
  • coarse
  • costs I know how to cook so I buy it soft I also sell it soft depending the cost – Who Wanna by lil wayne
  • Classes And all that I ask is That you help me get good grades in all of my classes – Get Smart by fabolous
  • Gases We hit him with explosive gases, so he couldn't teach the masses – Killa by Masta Killa
  • Oases Now they became oases, restful shades in the sunlight of his effort.
  • Casey
  • Castes As the world has gone, manner has been half-hereditary in certain castes, and manner is one of the fine arts.
  • ceases For that reason, and for no other, I have tried to be a thorn in your side, and will continue to try to be until this suttee ceases !"
  • crosses It is made of silk, with a fringe and embroidered with three crosses .
  • curses Wallace turned upon him with a look of so tremendous a meaning, that, awed by an expression too mighty for him to comprehend, he fell back a few paces, muttering curses , but on whom could not be heard.
  • closes Therefore, when one door closes another opens.
  • casts The study of sources of mediaeval poetry, which is being so doggedly carried on by scholars, may well throw light upon the main currents of literary tradition, but it casts no reflection, favourable or otherwise, upon the personal art of the poet in handling his stuff.
  • cases One should burn everything in those cases .
  • causes "But who is he," asked Gangler, "that causes her this anxiety?"
  • courses Not until a pause occurred between two courses did von Tungern alter his manner.
  • clauses The other clauses take up provisions as to how the corporation's going to be formed, and all that sort of thing.
  • corsets And as for loosening your corsets for a little comfort about the house, you might as well have slapped him direct.
  • chases After a while he gives me the slip 'nd I chases down here, waitin' for him to turn up.
  • coaxes He coaxes the money away from the men and sends it home to their families, otherwise much of it would be lost in gambling.
  • corpses In the momentary panic, her glance darted to the others instinctively for protection-and found three smiling corpses ....
  • cashes Thus, if A and B go to the bank together, and A there buys B's horse, standing in front of the bank, giving B in return a check, which B immediately cashes in the same room where the check is drawn, the idea of different time or different place is not realized in any but a technical sense.
  • casks On the fourth or fifth day, I think it was, from that on which the gale commenced, the purser's steward, on getting up provisions, found that the salt water had spoiled all the bread, while many of the casks with fresh water had broken loose and their contents were lost.
  • coasts Our coasts were defended then!
  • creases A young man had been measured for the coat which now displayed three deep creases across a bent back.
  • cusses "I suppose you'll say it's none of my business," he commented, "but as a speculation you'd do a lot better to buy up the claims of poor cusses who have to relinquish, than to settle yourself."
  • coarsens
  • OSES
  • gooses
  • coarser
  • coursers
  • cozies
  • cossets
  • coarsest
  • gasses
  • coasters
  • allowings
  • aureates