What is the correct spelling for SYURPRISE?

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Correct spellings for SYURPRISE

  • am apposite
  • cock a doodle doo
  • coldshouldering
  • cypress It was a sage-green velvet, made out of one of Miss Grandiere's own old-fashioned gowns, and decorated all around the bottom of the skirt, the belt, the sleeves and the neck with crimson cypress vines, blue forget-me-nots and yellow crocuses, worked by Miss Grandiere's own fingers.
  • cyprus As this pressure increased, and the Assyrian rulers insisted on pushing forward the borders of their kingdom towards Syria as far as the shores of the Mediterranean, as the cities of the Phenicians became subject to a power the centre of which lay in the distant interior, the trade not to the East but to the West came into question, and it was doubtful whether the cities, when embodied in a great land-power, could retain Cyprus in subjection, and keep up the trade with Egypt, and the connection with their colonies in the West.
  • gat angry
  • ideated
  • inter mediates
  • man or woman of learning
  • more daedalean
  • SPARES Got any spares, Cap'n?
  • SPIRES However"-with a wave of the hand toward the spires-"there is always the town."
  • Spores The purpose of the stem seems quite surely to be that of lifting the cap and the gills up above the ground, so that the spores can float in the currents of air and be readily scattered.
  • sprees These semi-annual sprees had been among the girl's earliest recollections.
  • spruce You see, the government had to have an immense amount of timber for ships, an' spruce for aeroplanes.
  • spurious Having matured his knowledge by industry, and experience, he knew better than any man how to distinguish what was good from what was indifferent or bad, what was genuine from what was spurious.
  • suppress I suppose we can't possibly suppress the book?
  • surprise The young man looked up in surprise.