Misspelling dictionary
  • Spellcheck dictionary
  • Misspelling dictionary

How to spell JURROR correctly?

If you're struggling with the misspelling "jurror", here are a few possible correct suggestions: "juror", "error" or "junior". While "juror" refers to an individual serving on a jury, "error" represents a mistake, and "junior" denotes someone younger or lower in rank. Select the appropriate word based on your intended meaning.

List of suggestions on how to spell jurror correctly

  • burro I saw a burro at the petting zoo.
  • burrow
  • cursor I moved the cursor across the screen to highlight the text.
  • error The error in the code caused the program to crash.
  • furor The announcement on social media caused a furor among fans of the series.
  • furrow The farmer plowed a furrow in his field to prepare it for planting.
  • horror I watched a horror movie last night, and it left me scared for hours.
  • Jarrod Kyle and Jarrod are going to the lake.
  • Jerrod Jerrod is really good at basketball.
  • junior After John completed his junior year of college, he was ready for a change.
  • juror The judge dismissed a juror from the trial due to a conflict of interest.
  • jurors To ensure impartiality, jurors are selected from the population.
  • mirror I need to wash my face before I go to the party - I'll use my mirror.
  • murrow He was the youngest son of the artist Edward Muralt Murrow.
  • terror In response to the terror threats, the government has put in place new security measures.

Misspelling of the day


  • exaggerated
  • exasperated
  • excreted
  • execrated
  • exonerated
  • expatriated
  • expected
  • expedite
  • expedited
  • expiated