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How to spell SAHR correctly?

If you've accidentally typed "sahr" instead of the intended word, here are possible correct suggestions. If you meant "star", "scar" or "sari", consider using these words instead. However, context matters, so ensure the word fits the sentence appropriately. Double-checking for errors can help avoid confusion in your text.

List of suggestions on how to spell sahr correctly

  • ARR
  • Barr Ivar is the main contender for the throne, but his main competition comes from his brother, Barr.
  • bohr
  • Carr Carr was a talented football player.
  • hr I need to schedule an hr with her to discuss my project.
  • parr
  • RAH "RAH! RAH! RAH!" shouted the enthusiastic cheerleader.
  • ruhr The Ruhr area in Germany is known for its industrial heritage and coal mines.
  • sa
  • SAAB I have a SAAB.
  • Saar I can tell you about my experience in Saar, but I don't want to bore you.
  • saber I've always wanted to try a saber fight.
  • sabra In Israel, a sabra is a slang term used to describe someone who was born in Israel.
  • sabre I bought a sabre to protect myself.
  • sac She placed her sac on the floor.
  • sack I always carry a sack of tools in the trunk of my car.
  • sacra The sacra of ancient Rome were considered a vital part of everyday life and were often the focus of religious ceremonies and rituals.
  • sad It's really sad that she's leaving.
  • sade The singer, Sade, is a great singer.
  • Sadr Saddam Hussein, Sadr's predecessor, was overthrown in 2003.
  • safe I feel safe in my own home.
  • SAFER It is safer to drive in a car with a driver.
  • sag
  • saga The saga of King Arthur is a famous story of a powerful king and his commitment to justice.
  • sage Don't be a sage.
  • sager Sager's computer crashed and he had to restart it.
  • sago I can't stomach sago.
  • sahara She gazed out at the vast Sahara Desert.
  • said John said he would meet us at the restaurant.
  • sail
  • sake You can order sake at most Japanese restaurants.
  • saki
  • Sal Sal is a popular name for Hispanic boys.
  • sale
  • sam I have to give Sam his lunch.
  • Samar Samar is a beautiful island in the Philippines that is famous for its beaches and stunning landscapes.
  • same We are the same people who used to meet at the coffee shop.
  • San San Diego is a great place to visit.
  • sana I went to the gym to stay sana and fit.
  • sane He needed to be sane to attend that meeting.
  • sap The maple tree's sap is collected in the spring to make syrup.
  • Sara
  • sari A woman wearing a sari walked by.
  • SARS The pandemic caused by SARS is still a threat to society.
  • SASE Please send a SASE for your return postage.
  • sash The beauty queen gracefully walked across the stage, wearing her glittering sash.
  • Sasha Sasha is my best friend and always knows how to make me smile.
  • sass After becoming enraged, she gave him a piece of her sass.
  • sat I sat on the couch reading a book all afternoon.
  • sate I ate a hearty meal that was enough to sate my hunger for several hours.
  • satyr The satyr was a creature in Greek and Roman mythology with the head of a goat and the body of a man.
  • saul Some say Saul was the worst king ever.
  • save The game is save to load.
  • saver
  • savor I always savor the taste of fresh fruit in the morning.
  • saw I saw a squirrel in the park.
  • saws Jack saws the logs into smaller pieces.
  • say I say that I am very angry.
  • says She says she's not attracted to men.
  • scar I have a scar on my knee from when I fell off my bike as a child.
  • SCH
  • sear
  • seer The seer predicted that the kingdom would fall to its enemies.
  • sir After thanking the gentleman for his help, the assistant found himself addressing the gentleman as "sir.
  • SLR I recently purchased a new SLR camera to take better quality pictures.
  • slur
  • soar
  • soho She turned to go but found herself blocked by the soho crowd.
  • sour The sour smell of vomit was overwhelming.
  • spar The two boxers would spar with each other every day to prepare for the big fight.
  • spur I stepped on a sharp metal spur.
  • stair I climbed the stair to the top of the building.
  • star The star of the show was a young actress named Emma.
  • starr
  • stir I need to stir the soup for a few minutes.

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