Correct spelling for SPURGEON

We think the word spurgeon 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 spurgeon

  • Sturgeon(Definition of sturgeon)
  • He "went a dragging for sturgeon" frequently, and sometimes "catch'd one" and sometimes "catch'd none."

  • Spurn(Definition of spurn)
  • We got under weigh again in the afternoon of the next day, and stood down the humber, until we came in sight once more of the spurn lights.

  • Spurge(Definition of spurge)
  • The gold and silver of great daisies gleamed in the grass; pimpernel blue and red, mallow red and white, yellow spurge and green mignonette, blue borage and pink asphodel and parti-colored convolvulus, snap-dragon and marigold, violet and dandelion, and that crimson flower which shepherds call pig's face and poets call beard of jove for its golden change in autumn-all these and a thousand other children of the spring lay at the girl's feet and carpeted her kingdom.

  • Surgeon(Definition of surgeon)
  • A surgeon stood near with an open case of instruments at his feet.

  • Pigeon(Definition of pigeon)
  • "be still, little goose-no; pretty little white pigeon," he said, more softly, as he tried to draw her towards him.