Common misspellings for or:

euorp, ovr, 4of, iyour, 3o, wor, 7on, for6, 2o1o, 1pr, 100o, for12, orpah, yuor, lor, uyour, 6on, voir, 7yr, yr, 3007or, iouoiu, gr, 2yr, zeor, bor, or4, 240hour, oyur, 1on1, 8oz, vr, ofeer, 20hour, wrror, ur, wr, orka, cuor, of2012, yoiur, org, 2011our, of15, xr, ou're, om, yuour, ajor, ork, enior, 5of, dor, on12, 12yr, ar, og, oir, 201o, haor, ouary, rror, o2, ovor, os, 5oz, or3, on10, ppor, 5'o, 405of, of'88, on0845, 13yr, lr, ot, uor, ouyr, ioewr, on1, orr, 9yr, ord, eroor, qr, ow, 24hour, 16oz, cor, of, orrur, 45o, yor, oggar, otr, ol, oa, oru, ou, occor, yiour, oe, for15, haior, orve, onur, ora, on0, ror, of150, 4'o, you'r, aor, your4, orm, 3hour, ar15, jr, raor, 1hour, mor, 1yr, ob, uoir, 6or, gor, oj, aynor, youur, 2or, 6oz, orfor, ro, nior, for4, ifor, 50of, y9our, ofr, 49'er, yoour, 240o, kor, hor, jor, 3of, uopir, ypor, por, ir, yo0ur, of6, 44oo, inour, o0o, 5o, 9oz, oor, oror, orthe, 2010i, 23r, eyour, ozz, 3oz, 45of, evor, onr, or10, hior, ocuur, owr, ofor, 8of, 300o, of18, 4yr, yo9ur, upor, 30om, y6our, 49er, 2hour, 2cor, for2, ior, 5yr, oi, of10, 9'o, 20oz, 15oo, 2o, 1or, ijour, on05, 2011for, 2oz, yyour, for10, oer, our, otur, 15yr, sor, 16yr, you8r, efor, 375of, 7hour, olr, 4oz, 11o, youor, ori, 7of, huor, quior, 1on, oyu, 11oo, uuuuuuuuuuuuuuu, waor, oc, ov, offor, 1of, orn, on3, 1oz, od, 00o, oo, 1o, o, 25o, 3om, 0r, 3r, 4o, 4oo, 6o, o9, er, oy, orca, kr, 2for, f9or, ffor, fo9r, for0, for1, for16, opr, orf, vor, ortho, for, ehour, o'm, ivor, joir, llor, 1ot, 1ow, n'or, ocear, 0of, 9of, o0f, o9f, of5, 0on, o0n, o9n, on11, 4or, 9or, eor, odr, or5, or6, oro, oyr, orrrr, 0ur, o0ur, oiur, ouir, ouor, ourv, ouur, 4om, or, u'r, oqv, o5, o4, 0or, o0r, o9r, o5r, o4r, oz, o r.

Usage examples for or

  1. " I am not of your world, or your stepmother's.  Jeanne of the Marshes by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  2. No, sir, I didn't know- Never mind what you knew or didn't know.  Left Tackle Thayer by Ralph Henry Barbour
  3. You can go or stay, as you please.  The Lamplighter by Maria S. Cummins
  4. Or, have you got to?  Starr, of the Desert by B. M Bower