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Correct spelling for SCOURE
We think the word scoure is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for scoure
"he's got by the warst clean and fair, and wi' him that's as good as cure.
This may close the game, which is won by the highest scorer, or it may be repeated indefinitely, either with a time limit or until a certain score is reached.
But the warm heart was again chilled to its very core by the look mrs. mowbray wore as the two girls entered the room.
Scores of men was discharged, but jan said we should do better to stay, for there wasn't nowhere for us to go to if we went, and he'd a got fond of the sojer's life, as i had, so long as i was with he; and they was glad to keep so fine a man.
He realized that he wasn't really worried on that score.
"scour sunday, scour monday, scour every day, that's her way," said the poet, retiring precipitately with his companion.
Want me to scare him?
Now that was not the age in which coaches scoured the city every half hour, and mr. copperas knew the name of the coach as well as he knew his own.
But death had touched it and consecrated it, bringing out delicate modelings and purity of outline never seen before-doing what life and love and great sorrow and deep womanhood joys might have done for ruby.
But tom redworth had got fast hold of his wicket, and already scored fifty to his bat.