Correct spelling for SABOUR

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Possible correct spellings for sabour

  • arbour She went out into the garden and found Winfield in the arbour.
  • harbour Rough weather would not drive her back to harbour.
  • labor But the reading was very hard labor.
  • labour If you grant it me not, my labour has indeed been labour in vain."
  • saber With ingenuous frankness he spoke of what a wicked, ill-disciplined boy he had been, and impulsively drew up his cuff to exhibit upon his wrist the scar from a saber cut which he had received in a duel outside of Paris when he was nineteen.
  • sabot Madame Sabot laughed like a happy child.
  • saboteur I was thinking that if Bern were the saboteur, all our theories about psionics would have to be thrown out-we'd have to start from a different set of precepts.
  • saviour But Robert Carlton's voice rang sweet and clear above the rest:- "Jesu, Lover of my soul, Let me to Thy Bosom fly, While the gathering waters roll, While the tempest still is high: Hide me, O my Saviour, hide, Till the storm of life is past: Safe into the haven guide, O receive my soul at last .
  • savor Strong will can so easily develop into self-will; decision can become dogmatism; wit, the salt of conversation, loses its savor when it becomes ill-natured; a faculty for argument is in danger of being mere quarrelsomeness.
  • savour Despite the theatrical savour of the thing, Sheard could not but feel the real sincerity of his appeal; and, as he stared, wondering, at the fine brow, the widely-opened eyes, the keen nostrils and delicate yet indomitable mouth and chin, he was forced to admit that here was no mere up-to-date cracksman, but something else, something more.
  • scour We shall order a canister of the best Young Hyson, pull out the extension-table, hang on the kettle, stir the blaze, and with chamois and silver-powder scour up the tea-set that we never use save when we have company.
  • sober They are always sober, and can be depended upon, and Havelock himself is always ready.
  • sour Peter was a sour-visaged, gray-headed old man, who wore horn-rimmed spectacles.
  • tabor On Monday, the 30th, Theodore sent for Flad again and told him that he was going to send him to rejoin his family at Debra Tabor.
  • Barbour 336. Barbour informs us, that guns, or "crakis of wer," as he calls them, and crests for helmets, were first seen by the Scottish, in their skirmishes with Edward the Third's host, in Northumberland A.D. 1327. Which some call Billop-Grace.

93 words made from the letters sabour

3 letter words made from sabour:

usa, bur, ras, sub, sur, bar, bra, oas, rob, rub, abo, oar, arb, boa, uro, bos, sob, bus, orb, sou.

4 letter words made from sabour:

rabu, bars, ruba, raus, raub, suao, auro, boar, rosa, bous, soua, basu, sorb, sour, robs, sbor, suor, rubs, sura, baur, abor, saor, orbs, rabo, bura, suar, sabu, soar, rbos, surb, asur, rous, suro, saru, boru, brus.

5 letter words made from sabour:

urbos, barus, usora, soura, brusa, sabou, abuso, baurs, boura, aroub, bours, braus, sauro, sarbu, urbas, obras, buras, uraos, rabou, arous, basuo, boras, rouba, busra, burao, ursab, sabur, bursa, buros, bosra, bruso, brous, brasu, orbus, subra, bouar, sabor.

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