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How to spell SAURE correctly?

If "saure" is misspelled, there are a few possible correct suggestions depending on the intended word. It could be "sour" which means tart or acidic, "sare" which is a British spelling of "sore" or "saucer" which is a small plate for holding a cup. It's important to check the context to determine the intended word.

List of suggestions on how to spell saure correctly

  • are There are many different types of birds outside.
  • assure I can assure you that the package will arrive by tomorrow.
  • aura She had a mysterious aura about her that made everyone curious.
  • azure The Mediterranean Sea looked beautiful with its deep azure color.
  • bare The bare trees stood stark against the wintery sky.
  • care I really care about my friends and will do anything to support them.
  • cure
  • dare I didn't dare to jump off the high diving board.
  • fare The taxi fare to the airport was quite expensive.
  • hare The hare darted across the field, narrowly escaping the hungry fox behind it.
  • Laurie
  • lure The fisherman used a colorful lure to catch the biggest fish in the lake.
  • mare
  • pare I will pare down my wardrobe and donate some clothes to charity.
  • pure The snow on the mountain peak looked so pure and white.
  • rare It is rare for me to eat sushi.
  • Saar The Saar region is known for its rich industrial heritage and natural beauty.
  • sabra The sabra is a gentle creature best known for its meat.
  • sabre The soldier drew his sabre from its sheath and charged towards the enemy.
  • sacra As a devout Catholic, Maria often visits the sacra to pray for her loved ones.
  • sade
  • Sadr Muqtada al- Sadr is an influential Shiite cleric and politician in Iraq.
  • safe I always wear my seatbelt to be safe while driving.
  • sage She was wise enough to know that sage was the best answer.
  • sake After all the food, we were starved for sake, which was delicious.
  • sale The store is having a huge sale this weekend.
  • same My brother and I are wearing the same shirt.
  • sane I refuse to be sane.
  • Sara Sara is a brilliant tutor.
  • Sarge Sarge was a four-star general in the United States Army.
  • sari She wore a bright orange sari.
  • SARS SARS is a highly contagious respiratory illness caused by a type of coronavirus.
  • sartre Jean-Paul Sartre was a philosopher and writer who played a significant role in the development of existentialism.
  • SASE You can't mail a package without a SASE.
  • sate Eating a full meal helped to sate his hunger.
  • satire The political satire show was the highlight of my week.
  • sauce I love dipping my fries in barbecue sauce.
  • saucer The saucer was floating in the air.
  • saul During his time as the King of Israel, Saul was known to be a hard leader.
  • saute
  • save
  • scare The unexpected loud noise made me jump and scare my cat.
  • score He was able to score a high score on his exam because of his dedication and hard work.
  • secure I need to ensure that my password is secure to protect my personal information.
  • sere The sere landscape was dotted with dried grass, parched trees, and burnt bushes.
  • share
  • sire The nobleman addressed the king with the utmost respect, saying "Your Majesty, I humbly request an audience with you, sire.
  • slue
  • slur Using a racial slur is never acceptable.
  • snare I set a trap for the bear, but I didn't expect the snare to work.
  • snore I can't sleep because of the loud snore of my husband.
  • sore My feet are really sore from being on the ground for so long.
  • sour The lemonade tasted sour because it had too much citrus.
  • source The company was able to identify the source of the problem and fix it promptly.
  • soured The taste of the milk had soured, so I had to throw it away.
  • sourer The longer the fruit sat out in the sun, the sourer it became.
  • spare I always keep a spare phone charger in my bag in case my battery dies.
  • spire The spire on top of the cathedral soared into the sky.
  • spur He angrily kicked the spur off his shoe.
  • square I need a square piece of paper to draw on.
  • squire He was the squire of the village.
  • stare I was so surprised when I saw him standing there, I just stare.
  • sucre Le sucre est un ingredient cle dans la preparation de nombreux desserts.
  • sue If you don't pay back the money you owe me, I will have to sue you.
  • sure I feel sure that I can finish the project on time.
  • surer I am surer now that I have double-checked my calculations.
  • surf
  • surge The hospital is struggling to keep up with the surge in COVID-19 patients.
  • Suse I work for the Suse corporation.
  • suture
  • tare I'm going to add some tare to my stew so that it will be less thick.
  • ware
  • zaire Darlene left in a huff, Zaire scowled at the sour smelling cake on the kitchen counter.

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