What is the correct spelling for EOURPEAN?

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Correct spellings for EOURPEAN

  • augean I mean, as regards what he called his Augean stables task?
  • coupon Then sign and mail this coupon at once.
  • eolian It has two notes, two keys rather, that Eolian -harp of fir-needles above my head; according as the wind is east or west, the needles dry or wet.
  • european Mr. Huntley was going to Europe in connection with some new European loan.
  • ocean But if you caught one and took him along with us to the ocean ?
  • open This afternoon comes their answer; here it is: 'Offer still open ?
  • oran Cisneros also judged it necessary, in 1516, to have a tribunal at Oran , and soon after in America.
  • organ His new organ was warmly loyal.
  • orphan At the age of twenty-two, Arthur, who had as yet done nothing else than promenade and smoke, found himself an orphan and possessed of thirty-five thousand francs a year.
  • reopen Several times she tried to reopen the so hastily closed subject, but got no further in the face of his monumental silence than "But, Robert-" She took the children for outings in the forest, and while they did not chatter merrily together and did not play at games she thought over all the ways that were really tactful of luring him to reasonable discussion.
  • turpin I'd just time to cut across the meadow to the five-barred fence, and here he come past me, making straight for the fence, waving his hand and shouting someut about Dick Turpin .
  • urban The same territory in 1900 and 1890, similarly classified as urban , contained 40.5 and 36.1 per cent, respectively, of the total population of the country.
  • Uprear All England's youth Would rise at once in general mutiny, And not a sword lie quiet in its sheath: Rebellion would uprear its giant head, Through all this peaceful isle, if Britons once Beheld their captive queen.

215 words made from the letters EOURPEAN