Spelling list: Words ending in or

These words spell the weak vowel ending with the letters or. Please note: these words have the American English spelling.

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armor American English spelling The knight wore heavy armor.
clamor American English spelling There was a clamor from the crowd at the bad news.
endeavor American English spelling I will endeavor to win at all costs.
flavor American English spelling This ice cream has a great flavor.
glamor American English spelling Many actors are attracted by the glamor of Hollywood.
harbor American English spelling Fishing boats shelter in the harbor.
honor American English spelling Address the judge as 'Your Honor.'.
humor American English spelling She has a wicked sense of humor.
labor American English spelling Hard work can be described as 'labor'.
neighbor American English spelling My neighbor makes too much noise.
odor American English spelling Bad eggs have a dreadful odor.
rumor American English spelling I heard a rumor that some people will lose their jobs.
savor American English spelling I savor the thought of my day off work.
splendor American English spelling The splendor of the palace was amazing.
valor American English spelling He was given a medal for his valor.
vapor American English spelling Clouds are made from water vapor.
vigor American English spelling He approached his task with vigor.
behavior American English spelling Your behaviour today did not please me.

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Learn about these words in Unit 25. Word endings: -er, -ar, -or, -our, re, a and -ery, -ary


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