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What is another word for spur?

673 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[spˈɜː], [spˈɜː], [s_p_ˈɜː]
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Synonyms for Spur:

needle (noun) perforator (noun) hasten (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Spur:

  • sulpuer,
  • suppor,
  • upir,
  • spous,
  • soppurt,
  • sugur,
  • sfour,
  • spuse,
  • swpie,
  • supurb,
  • subpar,
  • stur,
  • seur,
  • sssr,
  • spr,
  • cyper,
  • swypeer,
  • surper,
  • shur,
  • sur,
  • sput,
  • surpurb,
  • buspar,
  • spour,
  • suppo,
  • sopnu,
  • spidar,
  • supior,
  • spor,
  • souer,
  • subpurb,
  • spirl,
  • spir,
  • ppor,
  • sperd,
  • soper,
  • sopurce,
  • yopur,
  • ypur,
  • spirm,
  • spair,
  • supor,
  • despir,
  • supurbe,
  • supoir,
  • suepr,
  • splir,
  • spunn,
  • spidor,
  • sulpur,
  • supiour,
  • spaiah,
  • spours,
  • spue,
  • sper,
  • ypour,
  • stupour,
  • hopur,
  • saure,
  • squer,
  • suphur,
  • spurm,
  • sperb,
  • spier,
  • supeiur,
  • ypor,
  • syurp,
  • seppi,
  • supeb,
  • supre,
  • sahr,
  • sputh,
  • seeper,
  • sypher,
  • spurce,
  • sauer,
  • spder,
  • syour,
  • pur,
  • upor,
  • asper,
  • sucur,
  • spuare,
  • sakur,
  • dspair,
  • suppurt,
  • sehr,
  • sppear,
  • spuce,
  • spull,
  • ypir,
  • spurr,
  • sparc,
  • supoer,
  • fpur,
  • psuh,
  • sguar,
  • srir,
  • asuper,
  • speeh,
  • sparr,
  • speah,
  • spure,
  • surpy,
  • suyrp,
  • soyour,
  • spard,
  • spern,
  • sple,
  • simiur,
  • saur,
  • speer,
  • supr,
  • spher,
  • spli,
  • fpor,
  • sfor,
  • opur,
  • sporn,
  • seiour,
  • singapur,
  • soputh,
  • spaut,
  • suppa,
  • sppurt,
  • supurt,
  • sutur.

Rhymes for Spur:

  1. occur, refer, recur, purr, birr, inter, incur, demur, burr, fir, err, transfer, stir, prefer, blur, liqueur, deter, myrrh, whirr, cur, bur, slur, infer, sur, fur;
  2. confer, chauffeur, concur, adjure, abjure, defer;
  3. saboteur, connoisseur;
  4. restaurateur, entrepreneur;

Quotes for Spur:

  1. It is quite clear that compelling content, which is made available on economic terms that respect the intellectual rights of owners, can be a tremendous spur to the growth of broadband networks. John Doerr.
  2. With 1. 7 million private sector jobs lost and half a million jobs shipped overseas over the past three years, we must take action to spur job creation and restore economic prosperity. Nick Lampson.
  3. I courted fame but as a spur to brave and honest deeds; who despises fame will soon renounce the virtues that deserve it. David Mallet.

Idioms of Spur:

  1. spur sm on;
  2. spur sb/ sth on;
  3. on the spur of the moment;
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