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Spell check of tour

Correct spelling: tour

Synonyms:
number, transit, absent, duty tour, drive, time, hindrance, walk, flight, cycle, entertain, march, junket, bit, ramble, hike, check, bout, crossing, repetition, spell, extemporize, piece, go, circumference, traveling, fling, go around, drop by, circuit, bend, stop, enchantment, call on, disco biscuit, electric circuit, arrest, appear, see, journey, stint, turning, twist, swing by, play, electrical circuit, circle, jaunt, tour of duty, ecstasy, watch, round, while, routine, day trip, magic spell, stay, enlistment, go on, assignment, exploration, crook, limp, hinderance, excursion, orbit, preventative, amuse, pass, term of enlistment, roam, encumbrance, shift, promenade, trek, lap, rub, trick, safari, outing, emcee, halt, charm, rove, patch, hug drug, do, travel, course, stretch, cruise, amble, tenure, turn, visit, hitch, commute, good turn, wander, hang-up, expedition, come over, sojourn, cristal, incumbrance, stroll, hobble, look in, offer, conjure, turn of events, away, trance, act, snag, pilgrimage, voyage, call, trip, whirl, debut, preventive, move, racing circuit, go game, interference, inning, stoppage.

Examples of usage:

1) It is easily accessible from Bergen, as during the summer steamers sail thither three times a week, making the entire tour of the fjord. - "Due North or Glimpses of Scandinavia and Russia", Maturin M. Ballou.

2) They were notes, most probably in the stranger's own hand, of his late tour along the coast. - "The Martins Of Cro' Martin, Vol. II (of II)", Charles James Lever.

3) After my return from the western lecture tour, Dunkle seemed to be always around, and at every opportunity spoke to me. - "My Attainment of the Pole", Frederick A. Cook.

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