What is the correct spelling for STOUR?

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Correct spellings for STOUR

  • astor But that poor boy with nothing in his pocket made the fortune of the Astor family on one principle.
  • dour The Southern and Western German is sentimental and generous; the Prussian is sour and dour , and only believes in hard fact.
  • scour Diving into the recesses of the forests, and covering themselves with riflemen, the enemy were quickly beyond our reach; and having no cavalry to scour even the high road, ten of the lightest of their guns were carried off in the flight.
  • sitar Iron ButterflyRon Bushy – drumsLee Dorman – bass guitarDoug Ingle – organ, vocalsMike Pinera – guitar, vocalsLarry "Rhino" Reinhardt – guitar Additional personnelRichard Podolor – producer, sitar , twelve-string guitarBill Cooper – engineer, twelve-string
  • soar If you soar up to them, I shall remain alone, abandoned, plunged in the deepest affliction. If you can fly then soar With all there is why settle for – A Piece of Sky by Barbra Streisand
  • sod He threw himself on the wet sod and lay there, hidden by the weeds and darkness.
  • sort "You take it nothing of the sort !
  • sot So we sot off, after a good breakfast.
  • sou I won't add a sou !
  • sour I had pictured her a sour old woman, who had hidden away from a world that had offered her no pleasure.
  • stair It's a long stair to come up.
  • star Was it not his good star that had sent him what he had been seeking-a means of fishing himself out of the troubled waters of the approaching crisis?
  • steer One of my chief objects had been to avoid the Oumwaidjik people, and I had therefore planned our route so as to steer north of the place by over two hundred miles.
  • stir "Stir around, I guess.
  • stoker Stoker, who knew the fruit well enough, carelessly ventured the remark that it might be all right, but he had never heard of anybody eating it, which set Gillis off into eloquent praises of its delights, all of which he knew to be purely imaginary; whereupon Stoker told him if he liked the fruit so well, to buy some of it.
  • stop "How can I stop him?
  • store "Well," said Ephraim' "there's the store at Coniston.
  • stork We have always been too poor, or I haven't been well, or there's been some other good reason for lying low, wrote Mrs. Oliver to Mrs. Carroll, but this year the stork is apparently filling previous orders, and our trio is well, and we have been blessed beyond all rhyme and reason, and want to give thanks.
  • storm It must be worse, because the storm came up from that way," Laura declared.
  • story Let's have the story ."
  • stoup
  • stout
  • stow
  • stub
  • stud
  • stun
  • sty
  • suitor
  • tor
  • tour
  • Sours Love is a joy, which upon pain depends; A drop of sweet, drowned in a sea of sours: What folly does begin, that fury ends; They hate for ever, who have lov'd for hours.
  • Stu
  • tours
  • ST Are you at St . Ambrose's?
  • STA The figure of Sta .
  • STE Some of the Indians are waving to us as we pass;-but we are not going to stop there,-the boat goes gliding on, and an hour later we are landed on the Sault Ste .
  • STOL
  • stouter The general might have been a trifle stouter , but any little tailor would alter ...
  • un-thinkingly
  • un-thoughtful

33 words made from the letters STOUR