Correct spelling for TURE

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Possible correct spellings for ture

  • Cure(Definition of cure)
  • It took a bad shock to cure me of isabel, but i'm well.

  • Turk(Definition of turk)
  • "the porter is a genuine turk, and not a circassian.

  • Pure(Definition of pure)
  • She laughed in pure delight, and i began to understand.

  • Turn(Definition of turn)
  • Give out you are surveying the estate, which, if it should turn out to be yours, won't be trouble thrown away.

  • Sure(Definition of sure)
  • To be sure he did.

  • True(Definition of true)
  • Nevertheless, it is true.

  • Tore(Definition of tore)
  • He grasped it in his fingers and tore open the envelope.

  • Turf(Definition of turf)
  • But although roy liked the water well enough and was never more contented than when out with chub in the crimson canoe, he was more at home on the turf.

  • Tyre(Definition of tyre)
  • Dacia, organisation and town life of, 201; worship of magna mater in, 549; of isis, 568; settlement of, by trajan, a seat of mithraism, 594; of the worship of isis and magna mater, 549, 568 daemons, conception of, in plutarch and maximus of tyre, 426; history of, in greek literature from hesiod, 427; use of the idea by platonists, 425; xenocrates first taught the existence of evil daemons, 431 sq.

  • Tue
  • Quando sara quel benedetto giorno, che le tue scale saliro pian piano?

  • Tube(Definition of tube)
  • Page 54, printer's error, banly for branly, 'proved that in a banly tube,'.

  • Lure(Definition of lure)
  • Can you also lure women?

  • Tare(Definition of tare)
  • It is a species of clustering-blossomed tare or sweet-pea, with neat, wee green leaves, and flowers of a bluish purple.

  • Tune(Definition of tune)
  • Who can hum now the tune of the "parisienne"?

  • Tire(Definition of tire)
  • There at the door they stood, with wondering eyes to behold him take in his leathern lap the hoof of the horse as a plaything, nailing the shoe in its place; while near him the tire of the cart-wheel lay like a fiery snake, coiled round in a circle of cinders.