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Correct spelling for NOUR
We think the word nour is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for nour
A girl, not over four.
But kate continued to pour terrible execrations.
"nor; 'tain' no use to teck nuttin' out dyah.
I knoo our friend lund first of all....
In july mr. gladstone proposed to mr. hope that they two should go on a tour in ireland together.
We will leave them together for half an hour."
14,888. is that done when you settle for your fish?
Peak may be in some cases from the derbyshire peak, which has, however, no connection with the common noun peak.
Nota bene, this is entre nous.
The sun slid out from a parting of clouds in the east, warming the dour waves into playfulness.
Oh lady, how our hearts were pang'd, when he, whom late we saw, in england's festal hour, ride through our streets in manhood's stateliest power, hail'd by all eyes a star of chivalry, through long sad months of sorest agony, faced martyr-like the doom, that hour by hour he saw still near and ever nearer lour, to tear him from his country and from thee; thee of the childlike heart and manlike brain, fit in all ways to share a monarch's throne, who made his people's good his chiefest care! oh noble heart, all england shares thy pain, and in thy grief thou wilt feel less alone, 'midst all the love that waits to greet thee there!
We risk our necks to deliver these crates an' get a sour welcome."