What is the correct spelling for SHOURE?

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Correct spellings for SHOURE

  • ashore Ashore, perhaps, by this time. And she died in the ~Mary Gloster~. My heart, how young we were! So I went on a spree round Java and well-nigh ran her ashore, – The "Mary Gloster" by Rudyard Kipling
  • chore By the Allgemeine is understood the meeting of the whole united Chores, which takes place from time to time in an Allgemeine Kneipe, or general drinking company, in the same manner as each particular Chore holds, every evening, its meeting, where the members drink, sing, and entertain each other. Y cada dia it's a brand new chore My arms are sore – The Club by Unknown Author
  • chorea These mild forms are often found in the history of cases of chorea.
  • houri An hour later he awoke and with a thrill of quixotic honesty placed five dollars in the moist hand of the sleeping houri, gathered his friend Keegan out of an adjoining room and emerged once more into the world with a clear head, a body full of elated memories and a laudable conviction that he had done wrong, but that what happened yesterday was not a part of today and that a man can grant himself absolution from sin as easily as he can lay aside virtue.
  • share The tremendous significance of this fact is that the welfare of the race-the gradual substitution of a superior for the present mediocre type-rests absolutely upon the willingness and ability of the superior class to do their full share in propagating the race. As all the dreams you share Melt into air – One Moment by Unknown Author
  • sharer She was his companion alike in his daily school tasks and his self-sought pleasures-the confidant and sharer of all his boyish troubles.
  • shari
  • shearer Along in the evening another chap came riding up to the station: he was a big shearer, a dark, handsome fellow, who looked like a gipsy: it was reckoned that there was foreign blood in him.
  • shire "I heard about it when I was over to the shire town.
  • shirr
  • shoe There was an old woman who lived in a shoe. She had so many children she didn't know what to do. – There Was An Old Woman (Mother Goose rhyme) by Unknown Author
  • shore But late an exile from her shore, Against his countrymen he bore – Siege of Corinth, The by george gordon, lord byron
  • short He said, "The tempest will be short, My bark will come to port." – He Had His Dream by Paul Laurence Dunbar
  • shout Should I scream and shout? Should I speak of love, Let my feelings out? I never thought I'd come to this. – I Don't Know How To Love Him - Yvonne Elliman by Unknown Author
  • shouter
  • shove Push comes to shove, What was hate becomes more or less love! – Everyone Hates His Parents by Unknown Author
  • shower You are a lovely July-flower; Yet one rude wind, or ruffling shower, – A MEDITATION FOR HIS MISTRESS by Robert Herrick
  • shrew
  • sore It's a sore thing to be alone in the world, like me now!"
  • sure Sure, I can do it!
  • Shone And she had stopped crying, and his eyes shone so that she had to look into them, and then she turned red and put her head down again.
  • Shored
  • Sheri
  • Sheree
  • Sherrie
  • shores
  • you're
  • sheerer
  • sourer
  • who're

93 words made from the letters SHOURE