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Possible correct spellings for spour

  • Spear(Definition of spear)
  • He escaped, however, from this battle, but on his way to his own castle he was recognized by a peasant and wounded with a bamboo spear.

  • Soar(Definition of soar)
  • Say, hadn't you better wait and let york macpherson soar down with you?

  • Super(Definition of super)
  • Their common signification, like that of the words nec super eum ibimus, describes physical action alone.

  • Spur(Definition of spur)
  • It was the very spur they needed.

  • Spore(Definition of spore)
  • The uredospore forms fresh generations of the same kind until the close of the summer, when the third generation with another kind of spore, called a teleutospore, is produced.

  • Soup(Definition of soup)
  • He started violently and nearly dropped the soup spoon, which he had picked up with his left hand.

  • Pour(Definition of pour)
  • "i wrote you rather discouraged letters, i will admit, but i felt i could pour out my soul to you and you alone.

  • Spoor(Definition of spoor)
  • The traces of ruin he had left behind him, his immense spoor, all seemed to mark him out as one of these fierce creatures.

  • Spa(Definition of spa)
  • And, why should the people of spa-fields be abused for having chosen to ask the assistance of him, who has received votes of thanks from those very meetings, both in england and scotland, the proceedings of which meetings mr. perry of the chronicle has praised to the skies?

  • Sop(Definition of sop)
  • The vigorous snap of those strong fingers had not passed unnoticed, but martin had controlled himself, and poured coals of fire on her head; she had been not only forgiven, but besought to take her own way, had received into the bargain a sop to her housekeeping pride.

  • Soppy(Definition of soppy)
  • What a soppy name!

  • Spoors
  • Jumping on his horse, he rode to the end of the bush, circled once or twice to take note of the different spoors, then broke into a canter and rode nearly due south.

  • Spurt(Definition of spurt)
  • Helena sat watching the water spurt back from the bows.

  • Spar(Definition of spar)
  • "yon spar cannot stand such shocks much longer," he concluded; "and, should it go over the bows, some fatal blow might be given to the ship at the rate she is moving.

  • Sepoy(Definition of Sepoy)
  • But it is the message, sahib, that is more than the life of a sepoy, is it not?

  • Spout(Definition of spout)
  • And for that was a curse on him raised, and he withered rathe, dry to his prime, though the bounteous giver be praised through the island with rites of old time exceedingly fervent, and reaped veneration for teachings devout, pious hymns when the corn-sheaves are heaped and the wine-presses ruddily spout, and the olive and apple are juice at a touch light as hers lost below.

  • Spurs
  • What spurs them on?

  • Sport(Definition of sport)
  • Now this was very good sport, because it was totally unexpected.

  • Sup(Definition of sup)
  • I also begged m. de valenglard to sup with me.

  • Spouse(Definition of spouse)
  • "well, he is a miner, and a good one too-" "allow me to explain, my dear," said mr donnithorne, interrupting his spouse.

  • Sours
  • Yes, heaven is thine; but this is a world of sweets and sours; our flowers are merely-flowers, and the shadow of thy perfect bliss is the sunshine of ours.

  • Sp
  • For example, if milk has sp.

  • Scour(Definition of scour)
  • There's plenty of sand to scour with; it's bad for the garden though.

  • Poor(Definition of poor)
  • The poor girl is at her father's, and i am afraid to look at her.

  • Speer
  • And a lily gay; but forgot to speer at her brother john, as the primrose spreads so sweetly.

  • Sour(Definition of sour)
  • What a mercy it will be if we can get rid of another bottle of the sour french wine!"

    Sweet not sour Thats what they really call fightin the power

    – Preachin To The Quiet by public enemy
  • Spun(Definition of Spun)
  • Not long after they arrived where the young girls spun at night.

  • Sou(Definition of sou)
  • In the palais de justice everyone talks at once; no one cares a sou for appearances or reticence; there are no wigs, no shorn lips, no affectation of a superhuman knowledge of the world.

  • Soupy(Definition of soupy)
  • Just here the writer desires to protest against considering semi-aqueous masses, such as soupy sands, soft concrete, etc., as exerting hydrostatic pressure due to their weight in bulk, instead of to the specific gravity of the basic liquid.

  • Spy(Definition of spy)
  • "that woman you are with is a spy.

  • Spot(Definition of spot)
  • "to the nearest spot," i replied after a moment's thought, "where i can lie down and sleep.

  • Spurn(Definition of spurn)
  • A priori, i spurn them, every one.

  • Pours
  • The sunshine pours over the little park, filled with fashionable loungers.

  • Spud(Definition of spud)
  • He walked over to spud, lifted the dummy into position in the crook of his arm.

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