What is the correct spelling for COMOON?

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Correct spellings for COMOON

  • cameroon The grains themselves are by no means confined to the Grain Coast, but are the fruit of a plant common in all West African districts, particularly so on Cameroon Mountain, where just above the 3,000 feet level on the east and southeast face you come into a belt of them, and horrid walking ground they make.
  • cocoon And even he didn't quite have the nerve to tell them that the cocoon was pushing the Herringbone two points off course.
  • coin A loose coin drew attention to the spot in which the coffin lay.
  • colon The name Cotton is sometimes from the dative plural of the same word, though, when of French origin, it represents Colon, dim.
  • coma Its poison does not produce so deep a coma and often none at all.
  • comb Comb the hair, and tie up a large bunch with a black string.
  • combo "Punch a combo for Denver," he said hoarsely.
  • come I think the time has come.
  • comedown And it was not until he had appealed, in vain to all his social friends to relieve him of the necessity of my aid, not until he realized that I was his only hope of escaping a sharp comedown from luxury to very modest comfort in a flat somewhere-not until then did his wife send me an invitation to dinner.
  • coming If there is anything coming to me then, I get it.
  • common 2846. Is that a common thing in your trade?
  • commoner The lord and the commoner; the rich brewer and the poor, ejected tenant.
  • commonly The fifth said, "A man will ever have more company in another's house than his own, and most commonly in the ale-house."
  • commons He made his last speech as Minister in the House of Commons, a grand and stirring one.
  • commotion At her wash place the widow had heard nothing, the wind having carried all sounds of commotion the other way, and there were no children in the family to come unexpectedly home bringing the news.
  • commune J. G. Wood tells the following incident, which forcibly illustrates the ability possessed by animals to commune with each other.
  • conn Born at Washington, Conn.
  • cooing Their way lay mostly at the bottom of a long winding valley with great bush-clad slopes shooting up on either hand, and the sunny air was alive with the piping whistle of spreuws and the cooing of innumerable ringdoves.
  • cordon The cordon of native beaters was still a mile away in its nearest arc, but there is never any telling what a pig will do.
  • corn 7567. You have given me in private the name of one party who sold corn to you and delivered it in the dark?
  • cotonou
  • cotton He tumbled out of his clothes and his last impression was of Mr. Zanti standing in front of him, looking vast and very solemn in a blue cotton night-shirt.
  • coupon So it's no wonder Peyton is a reg'lar coupon hound.
  • cowman When the Dean had finished the big cowman asked several very suggestive questions.
  • croon After each egg was supplied to him piping hot, Jock would say: "An' isna that as guid as a half-croon supper?"
  • cumin
  • gammon Gambon, gammon, a smoked ham.
  • goon Hear him out at midnight howling up at the moon Clawed fingers gripped around a bottle of goon, – Goon Wolf by Frenzal Rhomb
  • kimono
  • moan Then with a moan he lifted his hot face into the dusk.
  • mon She was getting a hundred and ten a mon- Th, but she couldn't work for that.
  • mono
  • moon
  • morn
  • Compo Now, when the body is sewn up cover the specimen with paper and a damp cloth to prevent drying while a small batch of compo.
  • Como
  • comm
  • cowmen
  • abecedaries
  • ex-pensive

18 words made from the letters COMOON