Correct spelling for SUR

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Possible correct spellings for sur

  • Bur
  • His son was bur, who married a daughter of a yotun and became the father of odin, vile, and ve.

  • Cur
  • Sassoon, you're a coward and a dirty cur!"

  • Slur
  • The voice was low, but with a slur that accused ordinary antecedents.

  • Sui
  • Though the buddhist suttas are sui generis and mark a new epoch in indian literature, yet in style they are a natural development of the upanishads.

  • Sun
  • "the sun is nearly down and i must return to my father.

  • Fur
  • De spain threw the fur coat at him.

  • Ur
  • Originally, the country to which i have alluded consisted of assyria in the centre and babylonia to the south; while to the east of assyria was a country partly plain and partly hill, which formed the "plain of shinar" and the hills beyond occupied by accadian tribes, from whose chief city, ur, abraham, the forefather of the jews, emigrated.

  • Sub
  • The whistle blew and a big sub, tearing off his sweater, raced onto the field.

  • Surf
  • Against the roar of the surf his voice struck out wild and weak.

  • Sue
  • I do not sue to stand, pardon is all the suite i haue in hand bul.

  • Sum
  • "can this be the sum of life, this round of dull days?

  • Our
  • "we are not so far out of our way, dick," said jack.

  • Sup
  • In fact i came not only to fetch my guitar, but to sup with you and tell you of my doings.

  • Slr
  • Under pressure from digital camera back manufacturers, long-established medium-format slr manufacturer hasselblad eventually merged with back maker imacon under the hasselblad name.

  • Eur
  • Currency (code): euro (eur) note: on 1 january 1999, the european monetary union introduced the euro as a common currency to be used by the financial institutions of member countries; on 1 january 2002, the euro became the sole currency for everyday transactions with the member countries

  • Spur
  • "my one excuse is that the thing was done on the spur of the moment.

  • Sour
  • Why should it have been sour?

  • Sure
  • That was for sure.

  • Sir
  • Now come aweh with me, sir."

1 words made from the letters sur

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