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Correct spelling for LURS
We think the word lurs is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for lurs
- Lurk(Definition of lurk)
- Lure(Definition of lure)
- Ours(Definition of Ours)
Six or eight young men, closely muffled in furs, stood at the door as i came up, and gravely uncovered to me.
His very capable assistant was the "blue boy," whose chief job was to lurk about the fort and try and catch us out.
Headlong into the mysteries of life and death i boldly leap, nor fear the fateful current's sweep, nor what in ambush lurks below!
His name was lars neilstrom.
The skipper glanced out and smiled confidently but without further comment; yet he took occasion to go down and pass along the car deck and observe the men who under direction of the mate were locking the lugs under the car wheels, as the trains came on board.
The rector of the church knew his record perfectly; knew that his gains were ill-gotten blood money, ground from the suffering poor by the power of monopoly, and from confiding fools by smart lures and scheming tricks.
"either they've sent this to lure you into the gap and 'get' you, or else-and that's a great big 'or else'-she needs you.
The burs of this dock are sometimes called "cocklebuttons," or "cucklebuttons," and "beggarsbuttons."
The grey blurs among the blackness of the bushes were resting sheep.
You stay around home, yelling for the confederacy, and flinging your slurs at we uns who have been under the fire of a yankee war ship, but you ain't got the pluck to go into the service yourself.
"it is by it alone that a future age will understand what ours is.
"let the black curs go," exclaimed the professor as he polished his blue spectacles and mopped his face.
Give me some hope here! Something to live for!– Beautiful by Unknown Author
I was standing by the window, looking out over the snow covered san luis valley, when even as he spoke i felt the ground tremble.