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hours

Definition of hours:

  • part of speech: noun

    Certain prayers in R. Cath. Ch.

Common misspellings:

  • houres (18.3%)
  • 5hours (0.6%)
  • houras (0.4%)
  • ower (0.2%)
  • houes (1.3%)
  • chours (0.2%)
  • huors (0.4%)
  • hous (13.0%)
  • hpurs (0.4%)
  • alot (0.2%)
  • hourse (20.0%)
  • 4hours (0.4%)
  • hores (0.8%)
  • housrs (0.8%)
  • hoiurs (2.3%)
  • houre (0.6%)
  • hiours (1.0%)
  • houtrs (1.0%)
  • 4hrs (0.2%)
  • hopurs (0.4%)
  • houers (7.8%)
  • hopur (0.2%)
  • houts (1.3%)
  • 2hrs (0.4%)
  • hoursl (0.4%)
  • houurs (0.6%)
  • housr (1.5%)
  • 3hours (1.1%)
  • 7hours (0.2%)
  • ahours (0.4%)
  • 9hours (0.4%)
  • ows (0.2%)
  • hoursw (0.4%)
  • 2hour (0.2%)
  • hurs (1.7%)
  • hiurs (3.8%)
  • ghours (0.8%)
  • 2hours (2.1%)
  • yrs (0.2%)
  • 3hrs (0.2%)
  • hourss (1.0%)
  • horus (11.6%)
  • 1hours (0.4%)
  • 6hours (0.4%)
  • huers (0.4%)
  • thours (0.2%)

Usage examples for hours:

  • The hours passed slowly. "The Last of the Plainsmen" – Zane Grey
  • " Some two hours ago. "The League of the Scarlet Pimpernel" – Baroness Orczy
  • " He is silent for hours she said; " then he seems to want to say something. "The Second Generation" – David Graham Phillips
  • That's quite two hours ago- haven't I waited long enough? "In the Bishop's Carriage" – Miriam Michelson

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