ure

ure·al;
ure·am·e·ter;
ure·ase;
ure·chis;
ure·di·al;
ure·din·e·ae;
ure·din·i·al;
ure·din·i·op·sis;
ure·din·i·um;
ure·dio·spore;
ure·di·um;
ure·do;
ure·do·sorus;
ure·do·stage;
ure·ic;
ure·ide;
ure·ido;
ure·mia;
ure·na;
ure·om·e·ter;
ure·sis;
ure·ter;
ure·ter·itis;
ure·ter·o·gram;
ure·ter·o·graph;
ure·ter·og·ra·phy;
ure·tero·intestinal;
ure·tero·lithotomy;
ure·tero·pelvic;
ure·tero·pyelogram;
ure·tero·pyelography;
ure·tero·stenosis;
ure·thane;
ure·than·ize;
ure·thra;
ure·thri·tis;
ure·thro·cele;
ure·thro·gram;
ure·thro·graph;
ure·thro·scope;
ure·throt·o·my;
ure·yl·ene;
cys·to·ure·throg·ra·phy;
na·tri·ure·sis;
fig·ure;
ten·ure;
ure;
cys·to·ure·thro·graph·ic;
ure·din·io·spore;
ure·do·spore;
ure·mic;
ure·ter·al;
ure·ter·ic;
ure·than;
ure·thral;
ure·thro·scop·ic;
xiph·os·ure;

English syllables. 2014.

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