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Correct spelling for OOOO

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Possible correct spellings for oooo

  • Poo
  • Woo(Definition of woo)
  • Coo(Definition of coo)
  • Yes; but do you not think they coo a little?

  • Oreo
  • Pooh(Definition of Pooh)
  • Ouzo
  • Boor(Definition of boor)
  • Then he will see the bulls in the clearing, with the giant boor who watches them.

  • Oleo(Definition of oleo)
  • On being presented to the emperor augustus, who enquired what was the secret of his wondrous longevity, pollio answered, "interus melle, exterus oleo, the eating of honey, and anointing with oil."

  • Boo
  • Miss salmon called him boo, which rosalie considered grotesque but not unsuitable, and it was communicated to the boarding house that the twain were at a mysterious point of affinity called, not an engagement, but an understanding.

  • Too(Definition of too)
  • Door(Definition of door)
  • Peter went to the door and looked.

  • Oozy(Definition of oozy)
  • Oho
  • "oho," cried he, "there she comes, and if i once get hold of one of the witches, the other shall not escape me!"

  • Poor(Definition of poor)
  • Oort(Definition of oort)
  • Ono(Definition of ono)
  • And the sons of elphaal were heber, and misaam, and samad: who built ono, and lod, and its daughters.

  • Ohio
  • It has been collected at ithaca, n. y., and was first described from plants collected at waynesville, ohio.

  • Oboe(Definition of oboe)
  • Tristan is in a reverie, scarcely conscious of what is going on around him; the love-motive once in the oboe shows how his thoughts are occupied.

  • Ooze(Definition of ooze)
  • Zoo(Definition of zoo)
  • Ooh
  • "ooh! you'll get left and have to walk!" cried the little girl, in big-eyed alarm.

  • Orzo
  • Otto
  • Oohs
  • Foo
  • Richard parnell, sole survivor of the battle of balaklava faces page 148 mrs. blake-alverson in 1852, 1864, 1874, 1880, 1905 faces page 156 a group of friends, distinguished singers in the seventies and eighties: mrs. margaret c. pierce, mrs. sarah watkins-little, mrs. blake-alverson, mrs. helen wetherbee, mrs. marriner-campbell faces page 160 lee tung foo, pupil in the nineties faces pages 164 and 166 mrs. blake-alverson and her two sons, wm.

  • Otoh
  • Shoo(Definition of shoo)
  • Goo
  • Goo-goo seemed like an intimate friend, because of the writing-lessons.

  • Moor(Definition of moor)
  • They walked back across the moor together, saying very little, for there was only one possible subject for conversation, and both of them shrank a little from speaking about it.

  • Loo(Definition of loo)
  • But if i scorn to make the claim or take a penny of his, loo?

  • Moo(Definition of moo)
  • For surely you don't want to browse around and moo.

  • Odor(Definition of odor)
  • The whole of the breadth of the first floor, all the drawing-room of the house before it became a club, had been turned into a card-room, from which brilliant lights, voices, and a heavy odor of tobacco and alcohol poured out when the door was opened.

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