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Spell Check of sour

Correct spelling: sour

Common misspellings for sour:

solor, somw, soooooo, somer, soooo, tissur, tour, ssure, ssorry, soiar, soooooooooooooooooooooooooooo, shouw, soors, siuch, soor, spour, souch, souhd, sou, yuur, siiue, stoar, yoaur, soooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo, oour, sourth, suure, cyour, suumer, 2011our, soceer, squier, soun, sausar, suoer, sugur, sfour, bour, cuor, sssr, seur, shouer, soute, shough, voir, jouer, sofr, soarl, shur, 240hour, sailour, 20hour, suom, sotuh, soef, soter, chour, socer, assur, soirt, soeul, 24hour, houw, soloar, sur, pouir, solr, yuour, sofer, yoiur, stur, your, hoour, sooooo, sourc, soper, soud, yuor, squair, aour, sowre, soare, soif, houor, nour, souer, soug, yiour, sourt, couz, socor, hiur, shoue, sobor, sloar, sabour, you'rs, sourve, ypur, sorr.

What does the abbreviation sour mean?

SOUR abbreviation definitions:
–  Specific Oxygen Uptake Rates
–  Squad of Unnecessary R

Google Ngram Viewer results for sour:

This graph shows how "sour" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for sour:

  1. I go now before the milk of Human kindness goes sour for me.
  2. You've got to take the bitter with the sour.
  3. I was probably never going to get to do the kind of things dramatically that I really wanted to do, so I returned to theater from time to time, and to write, and produce. It's by no means sour grapes.
  4. The relationship between press and politician- protected by the Constitution and designed to be happily adversarial- becomes sour, raw and confrontational.
  5. The television critic, whatever his pretensions, does not labour in the same vineyard as those he criticizes; his grapes are all sour.

Rhymes for sour:

  1. dower, lour, bour, jour, our;
  2. scour, flower, glower, lauer, cower, bower, shower, dour, gower, plower, power, vower, flour, brower, bauer, hour, tower;
  3. devour, empower;
  4. superpower, mph, overpower;