What is the correct spelling for TOMOORW?

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Correct spellings for TOMOORW

  • moor Whilst waiting in a neighbouring garden, a Moor came up to me and talked, and then brought me a little cuscasou. Gallop 'cross the moor She should have a doll's house with a hundred rooms per floor – A Bit Of Earth by Bobby Darin
  • tamer As the old Yorkshireman said to his son, when they were watching the triumphs of a lion-tamer in the travelling menagerie-that 'genelman's to be wooried soom day.
  • timer Petey, don't forget that 'them' is where this old timer comes from.
  • timor The deer may very probably have been introduced by man, for the Malays often keep tame fawns; and it may not require a thousand, or even five hundred years, to establish new characters in an animal removed to a country so different in climate and vegetation as is Timor from the Moluccas.
  • timur Manuel III. reigned from 1390 to 1417, but the only interest attaching to his name arises from his connexion with Timur , whose vassal he became without resistance.
  • tom Only, y'know, I left Tom -Mr. Blake-in here.
  • tomb The largest, tomb of Alyattes, still measures 3400 feet in circumference, and the length of its slope is 650 feet.
  • tomboy Unlike her brothers and sisters, she was a studious little person, and fond of books-too much so indeed, for all she was such a tomboy ; and all this amusement was designed by us with the purpose of winning her away from the too sedulous pursuit of knowledge.
  • tome Sao Tome and Principe: lowest point: Atlantic Ocean 0 m
  • tomorrow He'll be in tomorrow .
  • tumor If there be such a thing as inflammation of the blood,-and I believe there is,-then this change must effect the red corpuscles themselves, as to size, temperature and perhaps pain, thus supplying three of the well known characteristics of inflammation, expressed so tersely by the old latin formula, rubor, tumor , calor cum dolore.
  • tumour If the tumour has grown to the size of a grain of hemp-seed, it must be cut off, and the wound be anointed with a little fresh butter, or bathed with urine.
  • Tommy "Let Granny tell what she likes, Tommy .
  • Tumors Insufficiency of iron in the blood is evidenced, apart from lack of spirit, by paleness of face and blue lips; insufficient sodium by glandular tumors and abnormal cartilaginous growths.

41 words made from the letters TOMOORW