Correct spelling for ADOUR

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Possible correct spellings for adour

  • ada And I said "Yes," and it made no difference presently, and I said nothing to my pet, Ada, about it.
  • adar 21. To establish this among them, that they should keep the fourteenth day of the month Adar, and the fifteenth day of the same, yearly,
  • add Beat the yolks of the eggs, add the milk, then the flour and salt.
  • adder But his dark, overfed, full-blooded, whiskered face was not that of an agriculturist, and the strange light eyes, rust-coloured like those of an adder, and, like the ophidian's, set flush with the oddly-flattened edges of their orbits, were at variance with the high, rounded, benevolent temples crowned with a thinning brake of curly hair.
  • adieu In her disorderly chamber, too, Mrs. Jeffrey hobbled on one foot to the window, where, with a deep sigh of relief, she sent after the young men a not very complimentary adieu, which was echoed in part by the servants below, while Theo, on the piazza, exclaimed against the lonesome old house, which was never so lonesome before, and Maggie seated herself upon the stairs and cried!
  • ado Then without more ado rose, brushing their knees and reseating themselves.
  • adore All of which, she expressed very lightly, though she could not but adore the spirit of ideality to which she had aroused his faculties.
  • adorer He kept up through Madame de Berny a correspondence with "his beautiful angel," as he called the Princess, whom he chose to consider a prisoner and a victim; while she, wearied to death with the frigid monotony and sepulchral gaieties of the archiducal court, which she openly called her "dungeon" diverted herself with the freaks and fantasies of her royal adorer, called him in very ill-spelled letters "her chevalier, her heart, her all the world," and frequently wrote to beg him, at the suggestion of the intriguing Chateau Vert, to devise some means of rescuing her from prison.
  • adorn Now "no gold and jewels adorn her girdle; it is made of wool, plain, and scrupulously clean.
  • amour It would be ungrateful of me not to record how she greeted me with "Bon soir, cher amour," one evening.
  • ardor Rage surged up in the breasts of the most timid, and fear vanished before the passion for revenge; cowardice turned to martial ardor, and philosophers and artists thirsted for blood.
  • ardour She utilised the back of the bill-of-fare and she wrote with the feverish ardour of one who dreads the loss of a first impression.
  • doer Morality is by inference raised to the status of a cosmic law, because evil deeds will infallibly bring evil consequences to the doer in this life or in another.
  • door The keeper was at the door.
  • dour Past a dour plantation of gnarled spruces and a maple-fringed, sun-warm valley they found the "something" Gilbert was looking for.
  • oder And ce say von oder time in ze keyhole, Little boy, cause vy you cry?
  • odor Till he came home, perhaps near dawn, reeking with the odor of licentiousness-the very licentiousness he was praying that his child might not be drawn into.
  • odour I have lived so near your friends that I keep the odour of them!
  • out Or-must I turn you out?
  • tour "Sunset tour of inspection.
  • Our It was our first quarrel."
  • unamazing

30 words made from the letters adour

3 letter words made from adour:

doa, urd, ado, rad, rod, duo, uro, oar.

5 letter words made from adour:

durao, aroud, adour, doura.

4 letter words made from adour:

daur, audo, doru, auro, ouda, dour, doar, drua, dura, ruad, ordu, duro, odra, roud, drau, road, raud, orad.

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