Coed vs Coned - What's the difference?

coed | coned |


As adjectives the difference between coed and coned

is that coed is alternative spelling of while coned is (of an area) segregated or delineated by traffic cones.

As a noun coed

is alternative spelling of.

As a verb coned is

(cone).

coed

English

Adjective

(-)
  • Alternative spelling of
  • * 2010 , , Questionable Content 1694: Like A Hampshire Bathroom] [comment
  • It was always one of the more awkward moments back in college when you would go into one of the (coed ) restrooms and there’d be a couple people clearly goin’ at it in the shower.

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • Alternative spelling of
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    coned

    English

    Adjective

    (-)
  • (of an area) segregated or delineated by traffic cones
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  • , author=Anthony Dowson, Keith E. J. Morris , publisher=Human Kinetics , year=2005 , isbn=9780736054386 , page=144 , chapter=Soccer Games citation , passage=Give each participant a soccer ball and instruct them to dribble their ball around the coned area.}}

    Verb

    (head)
  • (cone)
  • He coned the top of the pottery to make it look like a dunce cap.

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