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Correct spelling for SUPURBE

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Possible correct spellings for supurbe

  • Supers
  • Other supers would be called upon to take the places of those injured, if there was any necessity for reenforcements, and the work of completing the drama would proceed apace.

  • Spur(Definition of spur)
  • Can't you get together a little party and give her a sort of lunch out at the whip and spur?

  • Suburbia(Definition of suburbia)
  • The open flirtation in belgravia would be voted a scandal if it occurred in suburbia.

  • Supple(Definition of supple)
  • The girl was not more than twenty-five, graceful, supple, and strong.

  • Supra(Definition of supra)
  • For the birthday odes see supra, chap.

  • Spire(Definition of spire)
  • No. and yet methinks it is-because i see amid the lumps of yellow, red, and blue something which looks like a venetian spire.

  • Spume(Definition of spume)
  • Walker promptly opened certain levers which allowed the steam to escape freely; then he carried his comrade out of the spume to the deck.

  • Spurt(Definition of spurt)
  • It went off again-the flame-spurt shooting ceilingward, as levins clinched the man from the rear.

  • Super(Definition of super)
  • Nulla irae super iram mulieris.

  • Superb(Definition of superb)
  • The views are superb.

  • Spare(Definition of spare)
  • Then spare me, for my fate is in your power."

  • Spurn(Definition of spurn)
  • I know very well that your high-souled brother, and likewise your spirited sister, spurn me from a height."

  • Sparse(Definition of sparse)
  • The soil on which this sparse scrub grew is a good strong loam, but the rainfall was too scanty and the water-level too deep to admit of much cultivation outside the valleys of the rivers till the labours of canal engineers carried their waters to the uplands.

  • Spore(Definition of spore)
  • Their color is usually different from the upper surface of the cap, not always similar to that of the spores borne upon them, at least in youth; with age, however, they usually assume the color of the mature spore.

  • Spurs
  • "i don't know, sir," taffy stammered, with his eyes on the squire's spurs.

  • Spree(Definition of spree)
  • Nothing was left him of the great day in antwerp, except the silver toys for his sister's children in colln on the spree.

  • Superbly(Definition of superbly)
  • And he controlled his feelings superbly.

  • Spurge(Definition of spurge)
  • 503 spurge plaster .

  • Suburb(Definition of suburb)
  • Before the san cosme gate the pioneers were ordered up, and within the suburb pick and crowbar forced a passage from house to house.

  • Supine(Definition of supine)
  • He felt, it is true, the impulse of nobler thoughts and higher aims than in pleasure could be indulged: but the world was one vast prison, to which the sovereign of rome was the imperial gaoler; and the very virtues, which in the free days of athens would have made him ambitious, in the slavery of earth made him inactive and supine.

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