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How to spell SAMBER correctly?

One possible correct suggestion for the misspelling "samber" could be "samba", which refers to a type of Brazilian dance often accompanied by percussive music. Other possible corrections might include "somber", "ember" or "amber", depending on the intended context or meaning.

List of suggestions on how to spell samber correctly

  • amber The piece of amber contained a perfectly preserved ancient insect.
  • camber The car had a slight camber in its wheels which caused it to pull slightly to the right while driving.
  • chamber The king slept in a luxurious chamber in his palace.
  • ember The last ember of the bonfire slowly died out as the night grew colder.
  • saber The knight drew his saber and charged toward his enemy.
  • Samar Samar is a city located in the eastern part of the Philippines.
  • samba Every samba has its own rhythm, and there's no better way to experience it than in true carnival atmosphere.
  • sambaed The couple sambaed their way across the dance floor, impressing everyone with their moves.
  • same
  • Samey I don't like to eat at that restaurant too often because the food always tastes samey.
  • seamier I refused to stay in the seamier parts of the city during my travels.
  • simmer The soup needs to simmer for at least 30 minutes in order for the flavors to fully develop.
  • slumber After a long day, I was ready to fall into a deep slumber.
  • sober I can't believe she got so drunk at our party and is still sober.
  • somber The atmosphere in the funeral home was somber as the mourners paid their respects to the deceased.
  • stabber The police are asking the public for help in identifying the stabber who attacked a woman in the park last weekend.
  • summer I look forward to spending my summer days in the sun.
  • umber I have an oil change scheduled at my local umber.

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