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Correct spelling for SPONROR

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Possible correct spellings for sponror

  • Spender
  • "we're fighting it," spender commented, chewing on a big, raw knuckle.

  • Spanner
  • The portier was already there, standing at the step of the lordly two-spanner which they had ordered for the long drive to the station.

  • Sparer
  • I have myself passed afternoons in the exciting but innocuous pursuit of winged animals with a revolver; and it was fortunate there were better shots of the party, and fortunate the king could lend us a more suitable weapon, in the form of an excellent fowling-piece, or our spare diet had been sparer still.

  • Snore
  • The teamsters grunted when he shook them, and followed him out of the frowsy, snore-fretted atmosphere of the big camp.

    IM SO DROWZY I MIGHT SNORE CHAIN SO BRIGHT YU MITE GET AN EYE SORE

    – I Smoke Cush ( I Pop Beans) by gucci mane
  • Sperry
  • Illustrated by armstrong sperry.

  • Sponger
  • Sonora
  • "with these remarks," concluded sonora, "i set."

  • Sprier
  • Senora
  • Don quixote wrapped the bedclothes round him and covered himself up completely, leaving nothing but his face visible, and as soon as they had both regained their composure he broke silence, saying, "now, senora dona rodriguez, you may unbosom yourself and out with everything you have in your sorrowful heart and afflicted bowels; and by me you shall be listened to with chaste ears, and aided by compassionate exertions."

  • Spiro
  • Spencer
  • 59, 61-63 sunderland, robert spencer, second earl of, vi.

  • Span
  • The wider the span of the arch the greater is the pressure to which each stone is exposed.

    & life of man cursed from the cradle less then a span

    – Love Is A Sickness by millionaire
  • Spinier
  • Spenser
  • Neither king james i of scotland, nor spenser, who after chaucer essayed similar tours de force, were happier than he had been before them.

  • Snorer
  • He fastens upon the nose a gutta-percha tube leading to the tympanum of the ear. whenever the snorer snores, he himself receives the first impression, finds how disagreeable it is, and, of course, reforms.

  • Sporing
  • Spongier
  • Superior
  • Sapporo
  • The best-known sanatoria in japan are karuizawa, arima, hakone, sapporo, and mount hiezan.

  • Spun
  • Spin
  • Hop in and take a ride with me, we'll take a spin for a mile or three, and maybe we'll come where the lollypops grow, pink and yellow, all in a row.

  • Spoon
  • Sponsor
  • Spurn
  • Sporran
  • Sparrow
  • Then cometh in a sparrow and flieth about the hall.

  • Sponge
  • Spinner
  • Spongy
  • Spore
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