Correct spelling for POURD

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Possible correct spellings for pourd

  • dour He was a dour business man of Scotch descent, who had made his money in palm-oil in the City of London; and having married Frida as a remarkably fine woman, with a splendid figure, to preside at his table, he had very small sympathy with what he considered her high-flown fads and nonsensical fancies.
  • gourd Dinah has a bigger gourd than mine.
  • pad He had put it inside his turban, in such a way that he could feel it pressing like a soft elastic pad upon his forehead.
  • pd Ireland Fianna Fail [Brian COWEN]; Fine Gael [Enda KENNY]; Green Party [John GORMLEY]; Labor Party [Eamon GILMORE]; Progressive Democrats or PD [Noel GREALISH] (formerly dissolved on 20 November 2009); Sinn Fein [Gerry ADAMS]; Socialist Party [Joe HIGGINS]; The Workers' Party [Michael FINNEGAN]
  • pod "Don't talk slang to me," said the Queen, though she laughed a little; "but go on and tell me about Bean-pod."
  • pond "Then why-why," asked Jewel, "when the big rollers keep coming, doesn't the pond get filled fuller than ever?"
  • poor It would be a poor return if trouble overtook you."
  • port It'll hold you and me, Port, if we stick on hard; besides, we can take turns.
  • porto Couriers, orders, and counter-orders, were incessantly going and returning from Porto Ferrajo to Longone, and from Longone to Porto Ferrajo.
  • pound Then you can give me a pound of wax lights if I pay you for them?
  • pour Can it be well To pour forgetfulness upon the dead?
  • pout She sat, a queen-the bale of straw a throne-and dispensed royal favors impartially; a dimple melting to a smile, a frown changed by feminine magic into a delicious pout.
  • pouter Even the little foot and slender ankle, freed by relaxation from the jealous skirt, helped to emphasize differences wide as those between a hummingbird and a pouter pigeon.
  • proud Don't you know what Margaret is, and don't you know how proud you are?"
  • purdah Half-a-dozen of them screamed that two of us were white men who had trespassed within the purdah, and that we should be killed.
  • put I thought it was yours, and I put her in.
  • tour Followed a beautiful young barytone whom Miss Bouverie had brought from London in her pocket for the tour.
  • Pored Sam Clemens, propped up in bed, pored over it through long evenings, and nightly made fabulous fortunes collecting cocoa and other rare things-resolving, meantime, to start in person for the upper Amazon with no unnecessary delay.
  • Poured Tears poured from her eyes.
  • Pouted The doctor pouted his lips, and drew his finger and thumb down the line of his chin.
  • pours Practically the whole of southern Germany's commerce, especially along the Rhine and the highway of the Rhine, pours into a foreign country at present.
  • PURDUE His father was one of the substantial men of the town; and, so far as George knew, there had never been even the faintest rumor of anything singular attaching to the Purdue family.
  • pot Tea-parties are the same all the world over; with the exception that, with the French, there are more lights and prettier dresses; and with us, a mighty deal more tea in the pot.

22 words made from the letters pourd

4 letter words made from pourd:

doup, roud, rupo, prud, doru, dour, updo, pour, drop, pudo, ordu, duro, prod.

3 letter words made from pourd:

pod, pro, duo, rod, urd, pud, uro.

5 letter words made from pourd:

pudor, proud.

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