coyer

Coyer vs Coyed - What's the difference?

coyer | coyed |


As an adjective coyer

is (coy).

As a verb coyed is

(coy).

Coyer vs Coper - What's the difference?

coyer | coper |


As an adjective coyer

is (coy).

As a verb coper is

to cut.

Cooer vs Coyer - What's the difference?

cooer | coyer |


As a noun cooer

is one who coos.

As an adjective coyer is

(coy).

Noyer vs Coyer - What's the difference?

noyer | coyer |


As a noun noyer

is (obsolete) an annoyer.

As an adjective coyer is

(coy).

Boyer vs Coyer - What's the difference?

boyer | coyer |


As a proper noun boyer

is .

As an adjective coyer is

(coy).

Coyer vs Coker - What's the difference?

coyer | coker |


As an adjective coyer

is (coy).

As a noun coker is

the industrial plant in which coke is manufactured.

Foyer vs Coyer - What's the difference?

foyer | coyer |


As a noun foyer

is .

As an adjective coyer is

(coy).

Cryer vs Coyer - What's the difference?

cryer | coyer |


As a noun cryer

is .

As an adjective coyer is

(coy).

Cower vs Coyer - What's the difference?

cower | coyer |


As a verb cower

is to crouch or cringe, or to avoid or shy away from something, in fear or cower can be (obsolete|transitive) to cherish with care.

As an adjective coyer is

(coy).

Toyer vs Coyer - What's the difference?

toyer | coyer |


As a noun toyer

is one who toys; one who is full of trifling tricks; a trifler.

As an adjective coyer is

(coy).

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