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Correct spellings for JOOSE

  • cos
  • goose They would fortity the hen-house, lock up the silly goose, When the rumour ran along the shore: GROWLTIGER'S ON THE LOOSE! – Growltiger's Last Stand by Thomas Stearns Eliot
  • gorse
  • jocose
  • jones How could I become the next Quincy Jones? That's when Jerry hit me up on the horn and said "Clef, your on the cover of the cover of The Source by The Rolling Stones" – What a Night by Wyclef Jean
  • josue
  • joyce Then along came a girl named Joyce She had a black corniche Rolls Royce – Sprung On the Cat by sir mix-a-lot
  • loose Why let him loose? He'll soon reduce – Quartet by Unknown Author
  • moose
  • noose And had it not been that Lily with a quick cry of fear struck my arm from beneath, causing the point of the sword to pass over his shoulder, I believe truly that I should then and there have pierced her father through, and ended my days early with a noose about my neck.
  • Jesse "Hear, now, ye Benjamites; will the son of Jesse give every one of you fields and vineyards?
  • Joe "Then there is little Joe," she reminded him.
  • Jose "I suppose they do," said practical Jose, who never liked to be carried back.
  • Josie Poor Josie was afraid.
  • Josef I should like to read that belonging to your cousin Josef, providing I could read unobserved."
  • goes Will you see that he goes?"
  • joys "Do you know, dear Ester, there must have been two new joys in heaven to-day?
  • jobs But nobody had to show Keg how to get jobs after his first experience.
  • coos And then, just as we are beginning to think our own soil has a monopoly of heroes as well as of cotton, up turns a regiment of gallant Irishmen, like the Sixty-ninth, to show us that continental provincialism is as bad as that of Coos County, New Hampshire, or of Broadway, New York.
  • jogs The traveller jogs on contented and unthinking, till the hoarse roar of stormy winds, or the first big drops of the thunder-shower, startle him with a sudden consciousness of the coming storm.
  • jokes She liked to hear her son-in-law's jokes.
  • COORS
  • GO's
  • CO'S
  • JOTS
  • gooses
  • a lots
  • acquits oneself
  • am cheap
  • am deceitful
  • am defeated
  • am impatient
  • at oneness
  • being turned by
  • get nose out joint
  • gets taller
  • getting green light
  • getting heads together
  • gumshoed
  • gumshoeing
  • hast job
  • immune to
  • intoxicates
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