How to spell HUR correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell hur correctly

  • bur We heard it, of course, bur could scarcely believe it possible.
  • cur His every instinct was an Apache's: left to himself he would strike always from behind, and run like a cur to cover.
  • fur Hester threw a fur cloak round her, and sat down in the chair Sarah had placed for her beside the dead.
  • hour "'Why did you come out at this late hour?
  • hr Was it not you who jilted Hr.
  • hub Torontonians think the hub of the universe is their capital on Lake Ontario.
  • hud P: They said: O Hud! Thou hast brought us no clear proof and we are not going to forsake our gods on thy (mere) saying, and we are not believers in thee.
  • hue I once noticed what looked like a glowworm on a window-blind at night, but there was no glowworm there; the light was of a pale greenish hue.
  • hug She bore down, open-armed, for a convulsive hug but Dodo extending a formal hand checked her.
  • hum "Wal," ses he, "Major, I want you to make yourself to hum, and jist call for anything you want."
  • hun It is a curious fact that there is nothing the Hun loves so much as women's underclothing.
  • hurl On the deck stands Olaf the King, Around him whistle and sing The spears that the foemen fling, And the stones they hurl with their hands.
  • hurt What'll I do now if you've gone and hurt the fiddle?"
  • hus Our Minister then first discovered that, not only was Madame Hus an emigrant, but had been a great benefactress and constant companion of emigrants at St. Petersburg, and, of course, deserved to be watched, if not punished.
  • hut Reassured by this command which carried far on the still air, they began to emerge from hut and undergrowth.
  • ur I don't care if Baby Proudfit has got fo-ur teeth; they're very small!
  • Her I told her I paid 4s.
  • Our Our friend had exactly fourpence in his pocket.
  • Hui ** Under Thutmosis III., the viceroy Nahi restored the temple at Semneh; under Tutankhamon, the viceroy Hui received tribute from the Ethiopian princes, and presented them to the sovereign.
  • EUR Ireland euro (EUR) note: on 1 January 1999, the European Monetary Union introduced the euro as a common currency to be used by financial institutions of member countries; on 1 January 2002, the euro became the sole currency for everyday transactions within the member countries
  • THUR "She sot thur lak a mud woman, a-wink'n' 'n' a-swaller'n', her mouth hung open lak a dead fish's-"
  • HUH Better'n me at bumping off a man, huh?

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