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Correct spelling for SCOURN
We think the word scourn 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 scourn
- Scan(Definition of scan)
- Acorn(Definition of acorn)
- Score(Definition of score)
- Corn(Definition of corn)
- Scurf(Definition of scurf)
- Scorn(Definition of scorn)
- Scone(Definition of scone)
- Scour(Definition of scour)
- Scourer(Definition of scourer)
- Scout(Definition of scout)
- Scourge(Definition of scourge)
- Scouring(Definition of scouring)
- Sworn(Definition of sworn)
- Scorner(Definition of scorner)
- Spurn(Definition of spurn)
- Sojourn(Definition of sojourn)
I endeavored to scan her figure in the blackness, but found the effort useless, as little more than a shadow was visible.
In the middle of the forest, an old oak, and on the top of the oak, an acorn.
And henrietta maria bore him no grudge on this score.
To even the score Where's the God of the children? In the rubble of war– The Wolf Covers Its Tracks by Billy Bragg
They began to reckon out how much wood they had to give, how much corn, and how much wine.
Colonel stirling turned on him, his face blazing with scorn.
Of these valuable and highly important chartularies there has been printed, 1. aberdeen; 2. arbroath; 3. balmerino; 4. dryburgh; 5. dunfermline; 6. kelso; 7. lindores; 8. melros; 9. moray; 10. st. andrews; and 11. scone.
They are men to scour the coast, ere they abandon us!
You see, my dear, when i 'm fairly cornered, i scorns to lie.
13:1 a wise son heareth his father's instruction: but a scorner heareth not rebuke.