Correct spelling for ODOUR

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Possible correct spellings for odour

  • Ado(Definition of ado)
  • Without more ado, therefore, she bade her leave the convent; and, amidst the jeers and laughter of all the sisterhood, sidonia was obliged to mount her one-horse cart again, or the convent porter had orders to force her out.

  • Ardor(Definition of ardor)
  • The sisters, of course, knew nothing of this, and the young man's ardor rather carried them away.

  • Door(Definition of door)
  • Open the door for the king's son.

  • Our(Definition of Our)
  • Odor(Definition of odor)
  • As he did so his supersensitive nostrils were smitten by an odor which caused the collie to shrink back in visible disgust.

  • Ardour(Definition of ardour)
  • Do not let us say anything more about it, fair marcoline, but let us go to bed, for you have never inspired me with so much ardour as now.

  • Out(Definition of out)
  • Ode(Definition of ode)
  • The first was preferred, and many a fine ode was written in praise of the beautiful arthenice!

  • Order(Definition of order)
  • Oder
  • Dann soll das leben des tones bis auf seinen letzten blutstropfen aufgesogen werden; dann halte ich die wellen meines meeres an, und lasse in seinen abgrund blicken; oder hemme ich den zug der wolken, zertheile die wirren nebelstreifen, und lasse einmal in den reinen blauen aether, in das strahlende auge der sonne schauen.

  • Odious(Definition of odious)
  • In fact, this jewel was a most odious anachronism.

  • Tour(Definition of tour)
  • Odour(Definition of odour)
  • Jane came rapidly through the church door, out of the gloom and odour into the warm sunshine and the green glow of the world, her face bright, her eyes gleaming.

  • Odder
  • I was going to reply that it was not odd if you knew mr. porterfield, but i reflected that that perhaps only made it odder.

  • Odors
  • The odors came out strong, and gripped him.

  • Odd(Definition of odd)
  • It was all very odd!

  • Dour
  • "i've given up theorising," was the dour reply.

  • Oort(Definition of oort)
  • Doer(Definition of doer)
  • Thus, my excellent friend, is brought about all that ruin and failure which i have been describing of the natures best adapted to the best of all pursuits; they are natures which we maintain to be rare at any time; this being the class out of which come the men who are the authors of the greatest evil to states and individuals; and also of the greatest good when the tide carries them in that direction; but a small man never was the doer of any great thing either to individuals or to states.