Etymology
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odour (n.)
chiefly British English spelling of odor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or.
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ardour (n.)
chiefly British English spelling of ardor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or.
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fervour (n.)
chiefly British English spelling of fervor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or.
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succour 
chiefly British English spelling of succor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or.
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rigour (n.)
chiefly British English spelling of rigor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or.
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arbour (n.)
chiefly British English spelling of arbor (n.1); for spelling, see -or.
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incinerator (n.)
"device for waste disposal by burning," 1872, from incinerate + Latinate agent noun suffix -or.
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honourable (adj.)
chiefly British English spelling of honorable; also see -or. Related: Honourably.
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favourable (adj.)
chiefly British English spelling of favorable; for spelling, see -or. Related: Favourably.
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rumour 
chiefly British English spelling of rumor; see -or. Related: Rumoured; rumouring.
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