What is the correct spelling for OO?

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Correct spellings for OO

  • boo No-boo-hoo-I've found a street I don't know! Now I feel it's time for me to say that I need you, boo And I can't go a day without your loving Baby, I can't live without you – He Cant Love You by jagged edge
  • co Each of them begins to be self-conscious and to press its special claims upon the others not when it is itself oppressed, but when the co nditions of the time, irrespective of its co -operation, create a sociable foundation from which it can on its part practise oppression.
  • coo We yelled out our news, and coo -eed to some of the men we could see working in the distance.
  • goo Why goo -law, man, I'd lie down and let her jump on me.
  • io Some of his designs he prepared himself; others are undoubted imitations of those adopted by Maioli, whom he so greatly admired, that even his motto is reproduced, with of course the necessary variation, "Io Grolierii et Amicorum".
  • ko He answered, "It makes a noise like this: Ko -ko-ko-ho."
  • loo Or"-she added as a happy alternative-"loo can tell me sumfin instastin."
  • mo She asked me my story; I related it exactly as the princess had instructed mo to do.
  • moo Three little school girls, riding on a moo ; One rode into Cole's Book Arcade, And then there were but two.
  • ob I s'pects it's dat no-'count cousin ob mine, arter mah chickens ag'in!
  • oh "Oh, I know all that.
  • on How will Claude get on with him?
  • ono
  • or
  • os
  • ox
  • too
  • woo
  • zoo
  • Jo Mary Jo , did you tell Tobias's mammy that he was coming along?
  • Oe The oesophagus, oe, is here a solid, crescentic mass of cells, the lumen being completely obliterated.
  • Of What's he frightened of?
  • Oho "Oho! So you are one of the psalm-singers, then?" His insulting tone and jeering smile were intolerable.
  • Om
  • Oz
  • Ot
  • FOO When Ling Foo went forth with his business in his pack he always closed the shop.
  • POO
  • OI The words came slowly- 'Oi tried-to fight it hout-but--oi got beaten.
  • OP
  • BO Bo Muzem, one of the merchants, immediately seconded the pilgrim's proposal, and spoke energetically in its favor.
  • OJ
  • OOH
  • OW