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Correct spelling for SCHOLOR
We think the word scholor is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for scholor
- Schoolboy(Definition of schoolboy)
- Colour(Definition of colour)
- Color(Definition of color)
- Scowl(Definition of scowl)
- Scholar(Definition of scholar)
- Solar(Definition of solar)
- Scold(Definition of scold)
- Solo(Definition of solo)
- Discolor(Definition of discolor)
- Sculler(Definition of sculler)
- School(Definition of school)
- Squalor(Definition of squalor)
- Schooner(Definition of schooner)
- Scalar(Definition of scalar)
- Scour(Definition of scour)
- Scholarly(Definition of scholarly)
"no, mr. harrington, the schoolboy young lord is forgotten.
Then comes the question of colour.
And, anyway, i'd rather have it red than just no color at all, like-like a fish!"
It began to come home to her that she preferred the old arthur, of the scowl and the gnawed lip.
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Kitty had not been having a very good time: she had the misfortune to fall into the hands of a teacher who thought if she asked the questions in the question-book, and if one scholar could not answer, passed on to the next, she had done her duty.
There has been no good scholars since birch rods went out o' school, and sentiment went in."
If so, the clock would date from about 1317. this ancient clock is very remarkable, being constructed upon the idea that the earth and not the sun was the centre of the solar system.
8. the other day he took baby's red stocking, and had great fun with it; but he spoiled it in his play, and james had to scold him.
I have a piano solo, and i just know i'll break down.
It is important that our coal supplies be conserved not only for their use in manufacture and the arts, but also that smoke does not vitiate the atmosphere and render it unhealthful, and discolor the objects in the landscape.
Under the instructions of these periodical warriors, the peaceful burghers of the manhattoes were schooled in iron war, and became so hardy in the process of time, that they could march through sun and rain, from one end of the town to the other, without flinching; and so intrepid and adroit, that they could face to the right, wheel to the left, and fare without winking or blinking.
I.-no person shall be considered an amateur oarsman, sculler or coxswain- 1. who has ever rowed or steered in any race for a stake, money, or entrance-fee.
Ef he had b'longed to that school, they wouldn't 'a' been no question about it.
But it has fallen into something worse than ruin-the squalor of half-starved existence, shorn of all that justified its grand proportions.
Then on the schooner all is watchfulness.
Schuyler shrugged his shoulders.
, the advection equation above becomes: here, is a vector field instead of the scalar field .
Pr'ythee, child, reproach me no more of human failings; they are but a little of the pitch and spots of the world, that are still sticking on me; but i hope to scour them out in time.
Her interest in the vandon cottages, and the schools, and the new pump, had been most natural up to this time.
A familiar, homely idiom, if not worn by much use, is more effective than a highly formal, scholarly expression.