Etymology
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rancour (n.)

chiefly British English spelling of rancor; for ending see -or. Related: Rancourous; rancourously.

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favour 
chiefly British English spelling of favor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or. Related: Favourite; favouritism.
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savour 
chiefly British English spelling of savor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or. Related: Savoured; savouring.
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splendour (n.)
chiefly British English spelling of splendor; for ending see -or. Related: Splendourous; splendourously.
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belabour (v.)
chiefly British English spelling of belabor (q.v.); for spelling, see -or. Related: Belaboured; belabouring.
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disfavour 
chiefly British English spelling of disfavor (q.v.); for ending, see -or. Related: Disfavoured; disfavouring.
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armour 
chiefly British English spelling of armor (q.v.); for suffix, see -or. Related: Armoured; armourer.
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honour 
chiefly British English spelling of honor; also see -or. Related: Honoured; honouring; honours.
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saviour (n.)

chiefly British English spelling of savior (q.v.), but also sustained somewhat in the Christian sense in American English; for suffix, see -or.

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flavour 
chiefly British English spelling of flavor; for spelling, see -or. Related: Flavoured; flavourful; flavouring.
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