Common misspellings for cone:

canue, kuoni, ioen, cocine, conty, choen, korny, cotniue, comune, nknew, convaey, con't, conour, canne, couwer, cafene, counce, jone, contiou, canoer, codine, conter, egone, cornie, coener, knnew, jaonne, connel, cnet, coice, june2010, comeon, cooer, jouney, cono, phojne, conat, couner, consci, scane, canle, cornor, cotinue, tougne, c0ome, ccondo, oconnor, yone, ocne, jointhe, codno, chna, canoo, jonse, conbo, conjer, conco, hwne, cont, conn, cofee, cuzen, hygne, colny, cong, conver, covney, konw, conuyer, goany, ocane, gonna, conf, copanie, june2, konwn, cocern, junhe, uconn, comne, cornoer, counse, jonie, colney, connet, mcone, ginue, joigned, quene, convy, contiue, camono, conde, coke, conna, cocanie, cohne, pnone, sone, coffn, coowner, cayene, goinf, comen, gopne, cahnge, concer, cocknee, conney, cuzine, june22, none, coo'ing, foney, cnnie, coany, irgone, eccony, conole, couny, codien, mccune, cycone, cond, wjune, conrer, ione, contey, coyne, ketone, ocone, one'e, caine, couer, gione, joned, june3, cance, goine, courney, cannoe, crner, coind, ghone, qonna, cole, coege, conet, june4, confi, conel, conopy, tognue, contue, counil, counrey, cociane, coen, conta, conert, confey, tione, noney, codone, ckae, noner, igone, ginie, csae, corney, joine, conwy, conern, couge, cange, conure, conede, canel, cornic, crowne, conoes, gomne, yogen, qwner, on'e, joiney, cotner, ignoe, conumer, cayane, mone, cosey, codiene, coze, boucne, coten, cosen, conovey, yvone, cahneg, oone, can'e, gorne, conitue, comnay, comine, cronie, conote, monei, coniune, canwe, june6, counfy, june30, curney, fornew, con, codene, canuoe, coneago, conv, cornr, conve, conor, cene, jorney, colinie, come, yougner, kone, coaine, can12, johney, cose, 2cond, cornia, igorne, gonde, conme, caney, cornre, gonee, calone, coner, koinia, june12, conoe, eone, cncer, code, cowner, counth, june11, corwn, cound, caorn, aone, cooge, done, june2007, come4, worne, courner, cornny, uknew, gonme, conoseur, connec, conely, joane, connia, copeny, joinee, rone, ctner, chcne, don'e, june10, decone, agoney, ohne, june16, goinh, cocane, becone, gottne, conevy, contuie, conr, conc, dejonae, pohne, coe, cofine, confy, corneer, cinge, corne, johne, zone, pkone, connar, wjine, conly, conwnue, coxe, cahcne, conder, cornel, june06, coneal, journe, canie, conti, consi, cobine, gonnna, pghone, coine, canme, econy, gone, fone, jonne, courtne, gonne, conise, june1, kknew, canone, conomy, conque, coier, connlle, econo, consie, coean, cloen, jouner, conpair, canow, acane, cokaine, icone, cahgned, joirney, conse, copnay, goone, konow, coce, conne, conie, cornar, cortney, coing, core, coorner, comone, cne, cozey, cove, conorde, cornd, conser, coofe, coue, cahgne, phjone, cofe, conirm, june2008, wone, cofey, cona, ginei, cope, bojne, coniue, conoco, condier, zone1, cmoe, xone, kjnew, canoue, jknew, qoing, consier, consu, secone, lagone, coerner, recone, dacne, cubone, convie, contieu, canbe, confie, whacona, caond, couin, yvonee, 22cnd, ackne, cfae, caffne, can'f, can'y, condy, conner, ciney, co2e, cofen, c'mon, condi, confeer, conin, connor, conatt, covene, convo, coney, conway, 8core, cornnie, corna, covner, cowe, croney, ragone, kunne, couce, foune, gojne, gonney, joyrney, june17, o2ne, ojne, ph0ne, picone, cthe, condylura cristat a, ckne, cpne, c0ne, c9ne, cobe, conw, cons, con4, con3, xcone, vcone, cvone, fcone, cfone, dcone, cione, cokne, copne, c0one, co0ne, c9one, co9ne, cobne, conbe, cojne, conje, conhe, conwe, conew, conre, con4e, cone4, con3e, cone3, ccone, conee, cgne, cmne, cnne, conu, cwon, co ne, con e.

Definition of cone:

Usage examples for cone

  1. I dined once at his restaurant at the foot of the cone, and it is one of the few dinners in my life to which I look back with pleasure.  Cities of the Dawn by J. Ewing Ritchie
  2. Once he blew on the coal slowly eating his brand, to clean the incandescent cone.  As It Was in the Beginning by Philip Verrill Mighels
  3. It may be well for them to have breathed through the cone on several occasions and to play a sort of game with it.  Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh