How to Pronounce suers?

Correct pronunciation for the word "suers" is [sˈuːəz], [sˈuːəz], [s_ˈuː_ə_z].

What are the misspellings for suers?

"Suers" in context

Surs, also known as sour fruit or preserve, is a type of sweet or savoury preserve made from raw fruit or vegetables. Generally, it is a product of boiling down fruit or vegetables with added sugar, salt or spices and then allowing them to ferment. The resulting product has a tart, acidic taste, sometimes with a sweet flavour from the added sugar, and can usually be kept for a long time. One common way to prepare surs is by boiling it down, but it is also sometimes packed in salt or syrup. In some countries, surs is an important part of the cuisine, especially in parts of India and Southeast Asia.

Usage over time for suers:

This graph shows how "suers" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

20 words made out of letters SUERS

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