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How to spell HOOUR correctly?

If you find yourself misspelling "hoour", worry not! Here are some correct alternatives: "hour" and "honour". "Hour" refers to a unit of time, while "honour" pertains to respect or recognition. Remember these correct spellings to communicate effectively in written form.

List of suggestions on how to spell hoour correctly

  • boor His rude behavior at the dinner party confirmed my opinion that he was a boor.
  • door The cat scratched the door because she was eager to go outside.
  • dour Despite his success, the billionaire CEO's dour demeanor made him difficult to approach.
  • four I have been practicing for four hours straight.
  • h hour
  • homer
  • honor
  • honour It is important to honour the promises we have made.
  • hooch I found a case of hooch in the basement.
  • hood She had a hood on, so no one could see her face.
  • hooey I don't believe that fairy tale is true, it's just hooey
  • hoof A horse has a foot that is like a hoof.
  • hoofer In Chicago, there's a jazz nightclub called the Blue Note where a Hoofer can be seen nightly shaking his stuff.
  • hook I used a hook to hang my coat on the back of the door.
  • hooke
  • hooky I played hooky from school yesterday to go to the beach.
  • hoop I was excited to get my new hoop for my birthday.
  • Hooper Hooper is the most popular sport in the world.
  • hoot
  • hooter The sound of the car's hooter startled me as it passed by.
  • hoover
  • hour I need to work for another hour before I can take a break.
  • houri Muslim pilgrims visit the Houri, a water goddess in the city of Merv.
  • hours
  • hover
  • humour I appreciate your sense of humour.
  • lour The sky began to lour, signaling to the hikers that a storm was approaching.
  • moor The heather-covered moor stretched out as far as the eye could see.
  • Our
  • poor
  • pour I'm going to pour myself a cup of coffee before I start my work.
  • sour I really don't like sour milk.
  • tour A tour of the museum is a great way to learn about the history of the area.
  • Your

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