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How Do You Spell MORE?

Correct spelling for the English word "more" is [ mˈɔː] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

Common Misspellings for more

Below is the list of 78 misspellings for the word "more". Misspellings percentages are collected from over 510 000 spell check sessions on www.spellchecker.net from Jan 2010 - Jun 2012.

  • mopre (2.6%)
  • mmore (2.1%)
  • mas (0.0%)
  • mroe (19.7%)
  • ither (0.0%)
  • moreo (0.1%)
  • rmore (0.5%)
  • s (0.0%)
  • moe (8.5%)
  • mreo (0.5%)
  • ome (0.0%)
  • nore (4.4%)
  • moev (0.0%)
  • morre (1.5%)
  • alot (0.1%)
  • motre (0.4%)
  • mr (0.0%)
  • eles (0.0%)
  • morder (0.0%)
  • mpore (0.5%)
  • mkore (0.1%)
  • morte (1.0%)
  • nmore (1.1%)
  • maor (0.0%)
  • morfe (0.8%)
  • mora (0.1%)
  • mosr (0.1%)
  • mpre (0.5%)
  • omore (0.1%)
  • modre (0.1%)
  • mor (33.7%)
  • emore (1.0%)
  • moter (0.0%)
  • ro (0.0%)
  • moree (0.3%)
  • moring (0.0%)
  • omre (0.2%)
  • miore (0.5%)
  • rmoire (0.1%)
  • mre (5.4%)
  • moew (0.1%)
  • moreso (0.6%)
  • morei (0.1%)
  • mo (0.2%)
  • moer (4.2%)
  • morw (0.3%)
  • morwe (0.1%)
  • mored (0.2%)
  • mure (0.2%)
  • mose (0.4%)
  • maore (0.3%)
  • morea (0.2%)
  • tmore (0.2%)
  • mnore (1.4%)
  • moce (0.0%)
  • smore (0.1%)
  • kmore (0.1%)
  • morew (0.2%)
  • dmore (0.1%)
  • meore (0.1%)
  • mosre (0.5%)
  • mjore (0.1%)
  • morer (0.8%)
  • smae (0.0%)
  • mour (0.2%)
  • morethe (0.0%)
  • moere (0.2%)
  • moore (1.7%)
  • 2more (0.1%)
  • congraudulation (0.1%)
  • m0re (0.1%)
  • morex (0.1%)
  • morr (0.1%)
  • morse (0.1%)
  • mort (0.1%)
  • muore (0.1%)
  • nre (0.0%)
  • opre (0.0%)

Usage Examples for more

  1. They take all they can get; and when that is gone, they go and ask for more - "Rollo in Paris" by Jacob Abbott
  2. What can I tell thee more - "Eastern Tales by Many Story Tellers" by Various
  3. " Say no more of it. - "Princess Maritza" by Percy Brebner
  4. " I want you-" The doctor heard no more - "The Story of a Doctor's Telephone--Told by His Wife" by Ellen M. Firebaugh
  5. And he said no more about it. - "A Jolly Fellowship" by Frank R. Stockton