What is the correct spelling for PURCHURE?

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Correct spellings for PURCHURE

  • chore When a number of students find themselves together, who regard themselves numerous enough to constitute a Chore , and are desirous to become such, the first thing which they proceed to do is to elect their leaders. Is it routine and a chore? Or a promise of something more? – Today Is A New Day by Ace Troubleshooter
  • euchre Squire Hexter had a corner of his table cleaned of paper litter, in readiness for the euchre game.
  • ochre Both sides were marked with straight lines cut across the breadth of the wood and with circles inside one another, all filled in with a mixture of grease and red ochre .
  • parch
  • parched Pariset said, in a hoarse whisper from his parched lips.
  • perch What has become of the light we had on the perch ?
  • perched The owl perched on the edge and stared at the King's Son.
  • perjure You can force me to leave my vows unfulfilled- -not to become the wife of the man I love-but you cannot force me to perjure myself.
  • perjurer Germany is a proven perjurer not only in the eyes of the nations at war with her, but also in the regard of the forty-four countries signatory of the Hague Convention.
  • pitcher An Egyptian, Indian, or Singhalese woman who had a quart pitcher of liquid to convey any distance would not carry it in her hands, but would place it on the top of her head for safety and convenience.
  • poacher "And poacher too, eh?
  • porch They saw a man walking rapidly away along the other part of the porch .
  • purchase Why not sell them at the next big town, and let Jai Singh purchase others for his return up country?"
  • purchaser But in most cases the families were utterly broken up, no two members becoming the property of the same purchaser ; and then their dreadful misery, their heart-broken anguish, was simply indescribable, and must be left to the imagination of the reader.
  • pusher He was lucky; he came on a pusher working one of the better houses-long after his collections should have been over.
  • Percheron Just to settle a controversy with some Percheron -mad Oregonian friends, we had several horses of the two different types measured then and there.
  • Perches She entered the barn slyly and stole down behind the stalls until she came opposite the perches.
  • parches
  • pushier
  • patchier
  • peachier
  • porches
  • compactings
  • engenderings

74 words made from the letters PURCHURE