Correct spelling for ONOUR

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Possible correct spellings for onour

  • Ennui(Definition of ennui)
  • Lying remote from civilised men, it was a dreary enough place to the troops stationed there, though, with that ready spirit of adaptation to circumstances which characterises the british soldier, the garrison dispelled some of its ennui by hunting.

  • Amour(Definition of amour)
  • Astounded at this news, loaysa took her advice, put on his beggar's rags again, and went away to make known to his friends the strange issue of his amour.

  • Honour(Definition of honour)
  • Mr. gage, i have the honour."

  • Donor(Definition of donor)
  • This latter anomaly in time induced the executive to obtain leave from the donor to alter the destination of the cup and to devote it to fours.

  • Ono(Definition of ono)
  • To bonnie from delaney (atco, 1970) genesis (gnp crescendo, 1971) motel shot (atco, 1971) country life (atco, 1972) d&b together (columbia, 1972), reissue of country life the best of delaney & bonnie (atco, 1972) the best of delaney & bonnie (rhino, 1990) bonnie bramlett: sweet bonnie bramlett (columbia, 1973) its time (capricorn, 1975) ladys choice (capricorn, 1976) memories (capricorn, 1978) step by step (refuge/benson, 1981) im still the same (audium/koch, 2002) it's time/ladys choice (raven, 2004), reissue of 2 lps on 1 cd roots, blues & jazz (zoho, 2006) beautiful (rockin camel, 2008) piece of my heart: the best of 1969–1978 (raven, 2008) i can laugh about it now (music avenue, 2009), reissue of roots, blues & jazz participation ; some time in new york city from john lennon, yoko ono & elephants memory.

  • Incur(Definition of incur)
  • You were not authorized to incur this additional expense.

  • Honor(Definition of honor)
  • As it was, however, the honor was mine.

  • Noun(Definition of noun)
  • The word "people" in 1787, as in 1880, was, as it is, a collective noun, employed indiscriminately, either as a unit in such expressions as "this people," "a free people," etc.

  • Occur(Definition of occur)
  • The idea of going straight to aunt sophia and of telling her everything did not occur to her.

  • Nor(Definition of Nor)
  • "nor ought you to ask it of me, sir.

  • One(Definition of one)
  • Was it one of them?

  • Odor(Definition of odor)
  • Moreover, it gave off an odor not unlike that of natural gas.

  • Odour(Definition of odour)
  • The air is heavy and oppressive with the odour of veloutine, hot iron, burnt hair, and costly, forced hot-house flowers.

  • Our(Definition of Our)
  • And "give us back our eye!"

  • Inner(Definition of inner)
  • So i lay helplessly on the bed, watching the scene in the inner room like one in a dream.

  • Owner(Definition of owner)
  • They wouldn't keep him until his owner turned up.

  • Onus(Definition of onus)
  • Now i say they were honestly come by, and the onus probandi must rest upon the other party.

  • On(Definition of on)
  • You don't want to be too hard on him.