Correct spelling for POER
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Possible correct spellings for poer
- boer The town was choked up with Boer waggons, full of sleeping Boers.
- doer She felt no doubt at this moment that Pixie was guilty; but that only strengthened her in her decision to plead for the party, for it did indeed seem hard that twenty-nine girls should be deprived of their pleasure for the sake of one obstinate wrong-doer.
- goer During the time Washington attended at Pohick Church he was by no means a regular church-goer.
- o'er Is it Saint Joseph would say to us all, That love, o'er-hasty, precedeth a fall?
- peer At the dinner he sat next to a Liberal peer, a member of the late Government, who talked with him of Irish possibilities.
- pier I live two houses off-in that red one over there just beyond the boarding house-so I'll see you a lot," and James leaped over the rail of the porch and strolled off toward the Pier.
- poe Her husband, David Poe, probably died before her; he was a son of General David Poe, a Revolutionary veteran of Baltimore, and had left his home and law books for the stage several years before his marriage.
- poem I am the woman of that poem, not Isabel.
- poet Each of us may in our day contribute to the progress of American literature; for we are helping to make the tastes and traditions out of which in a later generation a great poet may arise.
- poker What I maintain is that it isn't good poker.
- poor This poor thing had not been here now, but for me."
- pore There we may read the best biographies, And dwell on many truthful histories; Find grandest Poetry that e'er was penned, Which to devotion pure its aid doth lend; There pore on grand yet awful prophecies That do reveal great nations' destinies.
- poser This was another poser for even Flibbertigibbet's quick wits.
- pour It is no longer of any use to pour water.
- power We could do a power of good up there.
11 words made from the letters poer
Misspelling of the day
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