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Correct spelling for OCOURING

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Possible correct spellings for ocouring

  • Acquiring
  • Neither do i, which is very shocking, as i have had every opportunity of acquiring information.

  • Ocarina
  • Then tubby got his banjo, dumont his mandolin, dave his ocarina, and they sang, and played, and told jokes, until a silver crescent moon rising over the lake warned them that the hour was growing late.

  • Scoring
  • Brimfield had met southby academy in the afternoon and had torn the visitors to tatters, scoring almost at will and sending the hopes of her adherents soaring into the zenith.

  • Scouring
  • The buffaloes, which had been calmly ruminating among the herbage, heaved up their huge forms, gazed for a moment at the tempest that came scouring down the meadow, then turned and took to heavy, rolling flight.

  • Accruing
  • The pecuniary profit accruing to the government of ceylon from the pearl fisheries amounted in 1891 to over a million rupees, while the result of some seasons' operations has far exceeded this sum.

  • Auguring
  • At her feet, on her base, and corresponding in like manner to the facade painted above, was seen likewise the fable that is given by strabo, when he relates that the argonauts, returning from the acquisition of the golden fleece, and arriving with medea in elba, raised altars there and made sacrifice to jove upon them; perhaps foreseeing or auguring that at another time our present glorious duke, being as it were of their company by virtue of the order of the golden fleece, was to fortify that island and to safeguard distressed mariners, thus reviving their ancient and glorious memory.

  • Occurring
  • "having settled my affairs to my satisfaction, i again returned to barbadoes, where i passed ten years more without any thing material occurring; except that johnson had the impudence to propose an alliance between me and his daughter, a girl of sixteen; but the offer was rejected with the disdain it merited.

  • Curing
  • 15,243. is that the way in which most of your curing business is managed?

  • Coring
  • In the long evenings of late autumn and early winter, there were apple or paring bees, to which young folk and frolicsome elder folk came and lent a hand in paring, coring, and stringing to dry, for next summer's use, the sour fruit of the ungrafted orchards, and, when the work was done, to lend more nimble feet to romping games and dances, that were kept up till the tallow dips paled with the stars in the dawn, and daylight surprised the coatless beaux and buxom belles, all clad in honest homespun.

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