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How to spell BOTHOR correctly?

If you meant to type "bothor" but it was misspelled, the correct word you were likely aiming for is "bother". "Bother" means to cause annoyance or make someone feel concerned. Double-check your spelling to ensure clarity and effective communication.

List of suggestions on how to spell bothor correctly

  • author The author of the book I just finished was able to transport me to a different world with their words.
  • bather The bather enjoyed a warm soak in the bathtub after a long day at work.
  • bathos The movie's attempted heart-wrenching moment was ruined by the sudden appearance of a clown, resulting in an unintended bathos.
  • bettor The bettor put down $100 on the favorite horse to win.
  • bohr
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  • boor I asked the guy to stop being such a boor.
  • botcher He was a botcher when it came to fixing cars, often causing more damage than he was trying to repair.
  • both They both have phones.
  • bother
  • bothers
  • brother I'm your brother, remember me?
  • mother My mother always cooks such a delicious dinner.
  • other I have some other books in my closet.
  • pother The kids were having a lot of fun playing in the pool, but Kathy was having a lot of trouble with her pother
  • thor Thor is the thunder god in Norse mythology.

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