What is the correct spelling for OUIR?

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Correct spellings for OUIR

  • air I came out for a breath of air . Whilst grief, despair and fear dance to the air Of my despised prayer. – To Lucasta by Richard Lovelace
  • bur Bur. This like a Sanctuary frees thy toung And gives thee childish liberty of speech, Which els would fawne and crouch at Bur bons frowne.
  • coir fotha n. foundation, f. n-utmall 173. Cf. ni coir in fotha utmall, Sg. 4^b.
  • cur Are you a cur ?"
  • dour Darsie glanced across to where Hannah sat, a typical plain Hannah at that moment, with feet planted well apart, and on her face the expression of dour determination which she adopted in moments of boredom; from her to Ralph Percival, standing in graceful pose, his fine, almost feminine, profile outlined clearly against the panelled wall, and, glancing, laughed softly to herself.
  • emir Before the rising of the sun, and ere his setting, the youth rode swiftly from the green tents of the Emir his father, to waylay her by the waters of the lake; and Bhanavar was there, bending over the lake, her image in the lake glowing like the fair fulness of the moon; and the youth leaned to her from his steed, and sang to her verses of her great loveliness ere she was wistful of him.
  • fair I do play fair .
  • fir Flowers of frost, of sky, and of blood were woven into the carpets of the forests of beech and fir .
  • four They hereupon fired on the mob and killed four .
  • fur She recalled Gabriel's story of washing off the brown color from the dingy fur in the brook, and her eyes swam with tears at the mere possibility that this might be the object of her search.
  • gui So came these young esquires beside Sir Gui who, tapping the dust from his habit with soft white hand, spake soft-voiced and sweet.
  • hair He was a handsome young fellow, with dark hair and a pale face, and he looked at Rosamund with a pair of thoughtful eyes.
  • heir I am the victim of his vices-the heir to his sins.
  • hour We reached Sheepscote about an Hour before Noone.
  • ir 23. Pure Latin nouns of the Second Declension end in -us, -er, -ir, Masculine; -um, Neuter.
  • lair I remember one night of thunderous rain made unendurably mournful by the houseless cry of a cougar whose lair , and perhaps his family, had been buried under a slide of broken boulders on the slope of Kearsarge.
  • lour
  • meir
  • muir
  • o'er
  • oar
  • obi
  • oder
  • odor
  • ohio
  • oil
  • or
  • orr
  • osier
  • ouija
  • out
  • outer
  • ouzo
  • over
  • pair
  • pour
  • sir
  • sour
  • tour
  • ur
  • weir
  • whir
  • ymir
  • Our
  • Ours
  • Mir
  • Ouch
  • Your
  • DUI As I mentally review the many grim episodes and reflect on the marvellously narrow escapes from utter destruction to which we have been subjected during our various journeys to and fro through that immense and gloomy extent of primeval woods, I feel utterly unable to attribute our salvation to any other cause than to a gracious Providence who for some purpose of His own preserved us. All the armies and armaments of Europe could not have lent us any aid in the dire extremity in which we found ourselves in that camp between the Dui and Ihuru; an army of explorers could not have traced our course to the scene of the last struggle had we fallen, for deep, deep as utter oblivion had we been surely buried under the humus of the trackless wilds.
  • Omar
  • Louie Louie shrugged her shoulders disdainfully.
  • Hui head of government: Premier WEN Jiabao (since 16 March 2003); Executive Vice Premier LI Keqiang (17 March 2008), Vice Premier HUI Liangyu (since 17 March 2003), Vice Premier ZHANG Deijiang (since 17 March 2008), and Vice Premier WANG Qishan (since 17 March 2008)
  • CIR If my researches are shadowy, what, in the name of reason, are you? or do you resign all pretence to reason, and consider yourself-nay, even that in a contradiction-as a passive [cir] among Nothings?
  • DIR Ich hab's erfahren ja an mir, nichts Liebes fand ich je an dir.
  • SUI
  • EUR Eur. Must I be this thin being?
  • OI
  • UAR
  • OIK
  • NAIR

5 words made from the letters OUIR

  • 3 letter words made from OUIR:

    iou, oui, rio, uro.
  • 4 letter words made from OUIR:

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