How to spell YOO'RE correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell yoo're correctly

  • bore She glanced at it, although she believed she knew perfectly well what name it bore, before she did so.
  • chore After Jennie was gone a little black chore-boy was hired from his owner, who had bought him on the east shore of Maryland and brought him to that remote Western village, far from family and friends.
  • core Percy had been shaken to the core of his being.
  • fore At a certain spot on their return Tifto had exclaimed that the horse was going lame in his off fore-foot.
  • gore Thy blue-white bed-clothes were red with thy husband's gore, with death-blood covered.
  • loire As already mentioned, for many miles all the heights along the Loire have been more or less excavated for stone for building purposes, so that every one hereabouts who grows wine or deals in it has any amount of cellar accommodation ready to hand.
  • lore During the succeeding centuries, Greek lore came to be forgotten in the Western world.
  • lorre They Met in Bombay is a 1941 American adventure drama film directed by Clarence Brown and starring Clark Gable, Rosalind Russell and Peter Lorre.
  • moire
  • moore I'm not sure if you've heard about the serial killer named Moore.
  • more
  • ore
  • pore His jacket was so tight that it was like trying to pore through a hairball.
  • shore
  • sore I am really sore from the fall.
  • tore I tore the wrapping paper off the present.
  • yoke My yoke is heavy, but I am able to carry it because of the burden that accompanies it.
  • yore
  • york
  • Wore I wore a new dress to my friend's formal dinner.
  • Your She searched her purse for her phone, but couldn't find it.
  • Yours Please write " Yours sincerely"
  • You've
  • you're Please remove you're from your post.
  • poorer
  • who're

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