What is the correct spelling for DOEUR?

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Correct spellings for DOEUR

  • de Yuki no naka de Bokutachi futari wa Sonoba shinogi Ai wo chikatte ne – Strawberry Sleighride by Pizzicato Five
  • dear To glance up in some face that proved me dear With the look of its eyes. I miss the clear – Sonnet XXXIII by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
  • deer I was running like a white-assed deer Running to lose the blues To the innocence in here These are the clouds of Michelangelo – Refuge Of The Roads by Joni Mitchell
  • demur I have much to think about, and-the only token which Charles Edward would trust without demur must come from Lord Eglinton.
  • dew with strong endeuour and attention dew. Till then giue leaue to me in pleasant mew, – Sonnet LXXX by Edmund Spenser
  • die Such was the hazard Of the die; The wounded Charles was taught to fly – Mazeppa by george gordon, lord byron
  • dior
  • doe But Mopsa was too much astonished to stir, and something seemed to hold Jack from following; but he looked and looked, till, as the brown doe advanced, the door of the castle closed,-Mopsa was shut in, and Jack was left outside.
  • doer "How can I tell, O King, unless I make preparation and cast the bones and smell out the evil-doer?
  • dolour And I so grieved over the past, and felt such dolour at her departure, that I lost my colour, my judgment, my demeanour, and my self-command.
  • door Paul's hand was on the door .
  • dough It was impossible for her to grind the wheat, prepare the dough , and bake the bread, all in the short time that the witch would be away.
  • dour Victor took thought and finished with a dour nod.
  • dover He slew my father by a coward's blow, during the great sea-fight off Dover .
  • dower Now Malory is a dower house of the Verneys.
  • due She knew perfectly what was due to herself.
  • duo Hence St Thomas’ definition of a real relation as a connexion between some two things in virtue of something really found in both: habitudo inter aliqua duo secundum aliquid realiter conveniens utrique.
  • dyer An account of his work is given by Dyer with illustrations of his work.
  • o'er I brought ye into the world, an' I reared you an' worked hard for you till ye was up-grown, an' kept a whoam o'er your head wi' nought but the labour o' my two hands.
  • oder We have however more knowledge as to who invited the Germans into the country of the Oder .
  • odour He traced this odour round to the back of the house, and there found Captain Barker, Captain Runacles and Narcissus Swiggs.
  • toe In the long mirror she saw herself reflected from top to toe -or was it herself!
  • tor At your right you see his instruments of tor -I mean, his instruments: a piano, flute, etc.
  • tour You who made a walking tour of this country so long ago, monsieur, regard there that good Monsieur Duchemin, himself engaged upon just such an undertaking.
  • Does Now, what does that matter, dear?
  • Doter
  • Dow
  • Our
  • DEA
  • DUI
  • Dar
  • Dee
  • Doug
  • Du
  • DIR The people of this village pay tribute to Dir as well as Chitral, and this tribute is rendered in the form of escort to travellers ascending the pass.
  • DO
  • EUR
  • DUH
  • doper
  • Douay
  • advantageousnesses

34 words made from the letters DOEUR