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Possible correct spellings for ormer

  • Comer
  • The lad made no protest, seeming to be afraid of his neighbour's bulk, but merely wriggled sideways and tried to give the new-comer all the room he wanted.

  • Omen
  • "there's an omen for you superstitious hill folk.

  • Ohm
  • I tink to myself, i vill go and see dis blace, ohm, vot der vos no blace like.

  • Dormer
  • One wonders whither he went and what his fate might be-" "with so much to tell," put in dormer colville, musingly; "so much unspoken."

  • Rome
  • I understood that my brother could not come to rome.

  • Armor
  • Prince martin put on glittering armor like a knight going to battle; but prince lorenzo was so consumed with love that he thought not at all of what he wore.

  • Firmer
  • We stand on firmer ground at barton-on-humber.

  • Elmer
  • Elmer said embarrassedly, "sorry, it just happened.

  • Roomer
  • Ore
  • For a space her hair burned like ore in a furnace and her eyes sparkled with golden flashes; then the day smoldered and died, leaving the world enveloped in a silvery pallor.

  • Om
  • Andresen, c.c. om klitformationen og klittens behandling og bestyrelse.

  • O'er
  • All the grandeur spread before us, all the miracles shed o'er us, echoes of the voice above, tokens of a father's love.

  • Farmer
  • 12,732. are you a fisherman and farmer in skerries?

  • Armour
  • For this reason, if for no other, you may be sure i do not regret having lost the honour of being armour-bearer to the bishop of exeter in the hampden strife.

  • Omar
  • Meanwhile active hostilities were proceeding between omar pasha and gortschakoff.

  • Warmer
  • Former
  • The former are trained in parliament, not in administrative routine.

  • Arm
  • He move hees arm lak heem.

    You stuck a point into your arm, but did you contemplate the harm?

    – Better by hurt
  • Erma
  • Hester, helen, erma, and their friends stood on the landing of the stairway and watched the men work.

  • Order
  • I have obeyed the order of your grace.

  • Amur
  • I have come more than a thousand versts down the amur and seen a million landscapes, and you know before the amur there was lake baikal, transbaikalia....

  • Homer
  • Homer crawford caught him, even as he fell, and lowered him gently to the floor.

  • Romeo
  • "and i really think i liked zotique best; but he went off to the drive on the st. maurice, and he wasn't to be back till summer; then romeo asked me and i said, 'yes.

  • Roamer
  • It manufactured the roamer automobile (1916–29) and, briefly, the barley (1922–24), and the pennant (1924–25).

  • Boomer
  • We're going to have bobbie boomer in it, and he's a big fat boy.

  • Irma
  • Vittoria knew how low she was sinking when she found her soul in the shallows of a sort of jealousy of irma.

  • Army
  • The army of the israelites was scattered in every direction.

  • Amer
  • -berichte der deutschen chemischen gesellschaft, 17, 1000; amer.

  • Emir
  • Directly the grand vizier was informed by a soldier, who was sent on in advance of the party, of the capture of the emir, he went out at once to meet him, and conducted him straightway to the palace of the caliph.

  • Armed
  • We have been having so much trouble with the vagabonds lately we must all go armed.

  • Orr
  • Accordingly, soon after the revolution, this church raised some processes against mr. john hepburn, minister at orr, under pretense of some irregularities, but in reality, for his making some appearance against their abounding defection, and for a covenanted work of reformation, and continued their prosecution to suspension and deposition; and further, applied to the civil magistrate, to apprehend said mr. hepburn, who accordingly was imprisoned in edinburgh, and then, because of his preaching to the people out of a window, was carried to stirling castle, and kept close prisoner there for a considerable time, as a book, entitled humble pleadings, fully discovers.

  • Wormier
  • Oreo
  • Blackberry key2 ships with android oreo 8.

  • Over
  • "look at me all over!

  • Omb
  • The american anthropological association recommends the elimination of the term "race" from omb directive 15 during the planning for the 2010 census.

  • Oder
  • Vain, opinionated, haughty, stubborn, and insolent as he was, he roamed about, creating trouble wherever he appeared, first in cracow as professor of hebrew, 1551 in koenigsberg then in frankfort-on-the-oder, next at various places in poland, hungary, and transylvania.

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