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How to spell SORKER correctly?

"Looking for the correct spelling of 'sorker'? It seems like you may have meant 'worker'. Other possibilities could be 'stalker' or 'shocker'. Remember to double-check your spelling to avoid confusion in your communication."

List of suggestions on how to spell sorker correctly

  • barker The barker outside the circus was trying to attract more people to come and watch the show.
  • booker The booker at the hotel made sure that all reservations were properly processed.
  • cooker I need to buy a new cooker for my kitchen because the old one is not functioning well.
  • corker That movie was a real corker, I couldn't take my eyes off the screen.
  • darker I sleep in a darker room to avoid the bright light in the morning.
  • docker I need to install Docker.
  • forger There was no smoke and no smell of burning, which meant that the forger must have gotten very close to the fire before
  • joker I'm not a joker - I'm a businessman.
  • locker The locker is unlocked.
  • looker She was a real looker with her stunning blue eyes and long blonde hair.
  • lurker I'm a lurker on this website.
  • marker I am going to use a red marker to circle the important information on this paper.
  • mocker Beware the mocker who laughs at your pain
  • parker I met my friend at the parker's house.
  • poker He was so good at poker that he could easily bluff his way to the top of the game.
  • porker I'm getting a porker of an appetite.
  • rocker The rocker on the chair was broken and wobbled back and forth menacingly.
  • scorer The scorer tallied the last point of the game.
  • scorner I found it difficult to get a good seat at the theatre because of the scorner in the front row.
  • seeker The seeker spent years searching for the meaning of life.
  • serer I found a serer in the garden.
  • server The server went down causing the entire company's network to malfunction.
  • shaker I need a shaker for my martini.
  • shirker John is constantly being called out by his boss for being a shirker and not doing his fair share of work.
  • shocker It was a shocker when the underdog team won the championship game.
  • Sicker I am feeling sicker by the minute.
  • sinker The fisherman's sinker slipped off the hook and sank to the bottom of the lake.
  • smoker I can smell the smoke coming from the smoker.
  • snooker I have never played snooker before, but I am willing to try.
  • soaked She was soaked through after wading through the muddy water.
  • sober I will try to be sober for the party.
  • soccer I used to play soccer, but now I prefer watching it on TV.
  • socket My printer is plugged into a socket on the wall.
  • Soever I soever see you, I'll smash your face.
  • sooner I would like to leave sooner rather than later.
  • sore My muscles were so sore after that intense workout.
  • sorer After my workout, my muscles felt sorer than usual.
  • sorrier I couldn't be sorrier for what I said, please forgive me.
  • sorter The sorter at the post office quickly sorted the letters by their zip codes.
  • sourer The more she thought about her situation, the sourer her mood became.
  • sower The sower went out to sow his seed, hoping for a bountiful harvest.
  • Starker After lunch, Jane agreed to meet up with her friend, Starker, for a beer.
  • stoker The stoker of the steam engine kept shoveling coal into the furnace to keep the train moving.
  • surer I'm not sure if I'm ready to go skydiving, but she seems surer than I am.
  • surfer The surfer rode the crest of the wave with ease.
  • worker The worker was assigned to clean the floors.

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