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Common misspellings for cost

cceate, jusdt, juust, cusotm, cout, con't, coquest, casdh, closd, coolist, vcost, cbsto, cloest, costco, coyot, iost, costto, cnet, kost, corest, vosot, jusat, cousul, sjust, cossed, ocst, cos, justt, lowcost, komt, ccity, jusrt, cosed, cust, cehst, oucast, coustem, cont, coslet, juast, coson, gosth, cousty, justg, csot, cosist, costes, cest, carseat, coused, copurt, caslt, bost, cosider, casto, cosovo, coset, coslty, juyst, causght, coss, neccssity, costum, acost, cst, cotto, cloeset, cousan, tojust, couty, keast, cusody, cisty, juzst, gosht, castl, custy, most, goost, couz, cohost, conset, cosh, coster, justu, jocosta, uoset, custm, casta, goust, cozt, cchest, castr, cowtow, choseto, causd, coise, conisit, lostt, caset, costlly, corsit, cousl, ciyt, cosst, ceast, tost, jobsd, costy, cousr, ijust, cosutme, gohst, costr, fost, jusst, lcoset, castom, fosit, comt, jjst, clsoet, cusotdy, ost, joyest, ciost, conta, custum, coute, coust, ecasty, coaut, caoght, justa, costom, coser, crost, cort, coston, coastr, clost, cosat, coost, costody, conist, thecost, jaust, cosey, costt, comast, wjust, jost, costed, custthat, kosdaq, cicut, qoet, coustom, oksit, crast, cycst, scost, corte, host1, juswt, custim, cusotn, lookst, custoy, geste, cosudy, const, cosly, courstey, vicosity, cousi, cstom, colst, cosa, cousdy, lacoste, costor, casset, consit, causht, jujst, conest, tohst, cosult, vorst, seacost, lossto, llost, cose, custo, consite, kosts, courst, kjust, mucst, justw, closit, casett, cohrt, coolost, youst, gost, chost, jusut, caust, costady, coustum, rost, cusom, coyte, coased, socsity, costo, cusint, cosyt, costoc, cousy, youjust, cossy, forjust, jeast, cursty, clset, percoset, dos't, cisit, cztech, costts, necssity, agost, geast, gohast, ccost, ghoast, coact, coose, costys, cascet, ghoust, cougt, goste, goast, ajsta, cloust, coosed, cosest, courset, coulsd, costudy, tecst, cosernt, wost, coght, coase, coubt, coyoty, copt, goest, coasy, ujst, goesto, caost, gestue, covit, closte, corrst, focast, chst, conti, caskit, costime, nost, casrt, ghosty, laqst, fogust, custdy, coist, cosco, tosit, sosity, godest, coasta, acset, thost, post, colest, cosidder, caoss, corrset, costlyy, casit, cosent, costic, cjust, cvost, checst, clust, coastl, dicust, coept, coasr, fcost, justb, coft, jocasta, wosst, cotest, coexit, closate, commust, wksht, coste, cosy, costl, losty, corsett, costomb, cosair, losst, curst, cusidy, cott, loste, coustdy, casst, cocept, xost, cost, cosde, quonsit, cosidere, coaght, copout, cist, colset, catyst, cuiosity, sost, liost, juwst, comesto, cusomt, circt, cosr, cusdoy, acousto, canst, csn't, castro, closite, coaswt, coposte, cotestto, coxet, cosi, cosmo, crosst, costa, costet, rcosta, costely, costmor, cousn, csti, cursity, dost, ecstai, gjost, jobsite, josten, j'ust, yousto, kohut, po'st, cott12, zcott, csusd, you'st.

Definitions of cost

  1.   Absolute, comparative, or differential costs pertaining to services, institutions, resources, etc., or the analysis and study of these costs.
  2.   The sums allowed by the court for charges of a suit awarded against the party losing.
  3.   be priced at; " These shoes cost $ 100"
  4.   The amount paid, charged, or engaged to be paid, for anything bought or taken in barter; charge; expense; hence, whatever, as labor, self- denial, suffering, etc., is requisite to secure benefit.
  5.   require to lose, suffer, or sacrifice; " This mistake cost him his job"
  6.   Cost.
  7.   of Cost
  8.   To bring a certain price: to require to be laid out or suffered:- pa. t. and pa. p. cost.
  9.   the total spent for goods or services including money and time and labor
  10.   To require to be borne or suffered; to cause.
  11.   Loss of any kind; detriment; pain; suffering.
  12.   Costly.
  13.   To be bought for; to require to be expended.
  14.   Price paid or demanded for anything; expense; loss; damage.
  15.   To amount to in price.
  16.   A rib; a side; a region or coast.
  17.   What is laid out, or suffered to obtain anything- pl. expenses of a lawsuit.
  18.   Expenses incurred in litigation.
  19.   To require as a price; cause the loss of, as of life.
  20.   The price or value of a thing; expense; charge; expense of any kind; pain; suffering.
  21.   Costliness.
  22.   the property of having material worth ( often indicated by the amount of money something would bring if sold); " the fluctuating monetary value of gold and silver"; " he puts a high price on his services"; " he couldn't calculate the cost of the collection"
  23.   The price paid for anything; outlay; expense; charge.
  24.   The price charged or paid for a thing; expense; loss; detriment; pain; suffering.
  25.   See Cottise.
  26.   value measured by what must be given or done or undergone to obtain something; " the cost in human life was enormous"; " the price of success is hard work"; " what price glory?"
  27.   To require to be given, expended, or laid out therefor, as in barter, purchase, acquisition, etc.; to cause the cost, expenditure, relinquishment, or loss of; as, the ticket cost a dollar; the effort cost his life.
  28.   Law charges.
  29.   Charge, expense, labor.
  30.   To require in exchange for; to be the price of; to cause to bear or suffer; as, the attempt cost him much trouble; to require to be expended for.
  31.   To be had at the price; to be bought for; to require to be given, laid out, bestowed, or employed; to cause to bear or suffer.

Quotes of cost

  1. The music rights at the time cost me $12, 000 in 1964 money, which is about double now or whatever. But I cleared everything. I had a lawyer in New York. And it was cleared for use in a short subject, not a feature. – Kenneth Anger
  2. People go back to the stuff that doesn't cost a lot of money and the stuff that you don't have to hand money to over and over again. Stuff that you get for free, stuff that your older brother gives you, stuff that you can get out of the local library. – Frank Black
  3. Tragedy occurs when a human soul awakes and seeks, in suffering and pain, to free itself from crime, violence, infamy, even at the cost of life. The struggle is the tragedy- not defeat or death. – Whittaker Chambers
  4. German businessmen are overwhelmed by the high cost of doing business. Inflexible rules, enforced by a burgeoning bureaucracy, discourage entrepreneurship. – Suzanne Fields
  5. Social Security's future has gotten worse, and each year we delay reform adds to the cost we are pushing off onto our children. – John Goodman
  6. Intelligent policies will be largely self -regulating in the sense that the system of incentives and standards makes it absolutely ludicrous to not move towards clean, internalized systems of cost and production. – Paul Hawken
  7. I did some products for the Apple II, most notably the first small low cost thermal printer, the Silent Type. – Andy Hertzfeld
  8. Therefore, until the day I die, I am going to do what I can, regardless of the cost to me, to try to stop this awful corruption that is destroying our beloved democracy. – John Jay Hooker
  9. You will now have a starting place and a destination, and you will be able to determine what it will cost you to get there. You will be going someplace. – H. Stanley Judd
  10. Today we're faced with over 500 casualties, a cost of over $200 billion. And it could rise- the casualties could go into thousands and the cost could go over half a trillion- if we stay there for years. – Dennis Kucinich
  11. I have always tried to hide my efforts and wished my works to have a light joyousness of springtime which never lets anyone suspect the labors it has cost me. – Henri Matisse
  12. The cost of congressional and presidential campaigns has been leaping every two or four years. I think this year it will be 60 percent more than 1996; well over twice as much as in 1992 in the presidential and congressional races. – Robert McChesney
  13. The number of electrical injuries cared for in hospitals in the US is estimated at as many as 50, 000; the cost of these injuries on the US economy is estimated at over one billion dollars per year. – Richard Neal
  14. There is no question that managed care is managed cost and the idea is that you can save a lot of money and make health care costs less if you ration it. – Charlie Norwood
  15. We're not saying that you don't need coal, but when you do mine the coal there are responsibilities to it. It may cost a little more, but it is the right thing to do. – Kevin Richardson

Usage examples for cost

  1. It did not cost him half as much to do so as it would have cost him two years ago not to get it. ” – Shenac's Work at Home by Margaret Murray Robertson
  2. And Bussy answers: " So far as I can see, her mourning will not cost her much." ” – Queens of the French Stage by H. Noel Williams
  3. How much does it cost to send a letter to England? ” – Studies in Civics by James T. McCleary
  4. What would a new one cost – The Cock-House at Fellsgarth by Talbot Baines Reed
  5. “ Wouldn't cost you nothin', would it? ” – Representative Plays by American Dramatists: 1856-1911: In Mizzoura by Augustus Thomas
  6. The farm cost me six thousand dollars. ” – Andy Grant's Pluck by Horatio Alger
  7. Still, though it cost her an effort, she asked him a few questions. ” – Long Odds by Harold Bindloss
  8. The mine is so far back, he said, that it would cost almost more than it is worth to bring it to the river. ” – Jess of the Rebel Trail by H. A. Cody
  9. “ I was saved, but at what a cost – The Gold Bag by Carolyn Wells
  10. “ A word against either would have cost any man his life in those days. ” – Castilian Days by John Hay
  11. The horse may not be so pretty, but it will cost less to keep him. ” – Remarks by Bill Nye
  12. “ " And, besides, hens cost a great deal," said Mrs. Owen. ” – Peggy in Her Blue Frock by Eliza Orne White
  13. We have taken it up now, but at what a cost – Native Races and the War by Josephine Elizabeth Butler
  14. What is the difference in the cost – School and Home Cooking by Carlotta C. Greer
  15. You would naturally think so and the thought has cost several their lives before now. ” – The Hound of the Baskervilles by A. Conan Doyle
  16. Do you know how much this dress cost me? ” – Parisian Points of View by Ludovic Halévy Commentator: Brander Matthews
  17. They are talking of trouble and of cost – Orley Farm by Anthony Trollope
  18. It may cost a little bit more. ” – Gigolo by Edna Ferber
  19. You can sell me the place for what it cost you. ” – Questionable Shapes by William Dean Howells
  20. He saw what every desire of his must cost him in the days of his life. ” – The Magic Skin by Honore de Balzac

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