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How to spell ORKER correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell orker correctly

  • barker He was a barking barker.
  • booker In 1851, Edwin Arlington Robinson published his novel, "The Return of booker T.
  • cooker I forgot to turn off the cooker and burnt the chicken.
  • corker The party wasn't as much fun as I thought it would be; the corker was the punch.
  • darker All of the lights in the room appeared to be turn off, making the room darker.
  • docker I'm going to use docker to build my application.
  • forger The forger was caught after attempting to sell the fake paintings to a museum.
  • irked I was irked by his rudeness towards the waiter.
  • joker I'm not a joker - I'm a serious guy.
  • locker My locker is full of clothes I don't wear anymore.
  • looker She's a real looker, no wonder all the guys are trying to flirt with her.
  • lurker The lurker quietly observes the conversation without contributing anything.
  • marker I put a marker on the map to show where we stopped.
  • mocker The mocker laughed at the foolish mistake made by the young student.
  • o'er O'er the fields we traveled until we reached the old abandoned barn.
  • oaken The oaken door creaked open slowly.
  • oder
  • ogler The young woman felt uneasy walking down the street as she noticed the ogler staring at her.
  • order
  • ore Indiana has a large amount of ore on hand.
  • oreo My favorite treat to satisfy my sweet tooth is a classic Oreo cookie dipped in milk.
  • Orkney Many tourists visit Orkney to see the ancient standing stones at the Ring of Brodgar.
  • orr
  • over She left her laptop over on the sofa.
  • parker I always park in the Parker spot.
  • poker Poker is really a classic game.
  • porker The porker was so big, we couldn't fit it into the bag.
  • rocker He loves listening to classic rock on his antique rocker.
  • worker The worker packed his lunch and headed out the door to start his day.

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