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Spell Check of follow

Correct spelling: follow

Definition of follow:

  1. To go or come after, or behind; to pursue in order to overtake or obtain; to accompany; to adhere to, and go along with; to result from; to pursue with the eye; to imitate; to pay close attention to; to attend to closely; to obey.
  2. To come after another; to result. To follow on, to continue pursuit or endeavour.

Common misspellings for follow:

folllower, fflow, alllow, cfoollw, felloe, fellour, fuloly, felloew, fello, falow, foolosh, zillow, follio, forllow, follwe, pollow, follors, felow, foolows, follewd, fellon, ollow, feelo, folliow, folluw, follish, falll, follwow, holow, folley, feelof, followo, folloe, followu, follige, ouflow, foollow, floww, followw, felll, flooor, follett, folow, foolw, tofollow, fellwo, followr, fllod, followthe, folllows, furlow, bollow, flooe, fallwo, yollew, follolw, foollw, fallowd, afollow, fopllow, follws, fowlow, falloew, folloews, felloow, follews, feloow, follw, folloy, follice, follet, follr, folllw, foolwo, folows, faloww, flollower, fulll, fellw, rollow, follwd, sollo, folloed, collow, filll, folloew, fellor, follwer, pellow, followl, follopw, fullow, fornow, follor, follo9w, rollo, folloewd, follwo, rollor, gollow.

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Examples of usage for follow:

  1. I'm sure I could find no better person to follow than Dr. Morgan. –  by

Quotes for follow:

  1. When the E. U. and the U. S. agree, other countries follow.
  2. To get others to come into our ways of thinking, we must go over to theirs; and it is necessary to follow, in order to lead.
  3. As my early drawings warned me, where humans go, lions and tidal waves follow.
  4. I had changed from being a mathematician to a practicing scientist. I was increasingly embarassed that I could no longer follow some of the more modern branches of pure mathematics.
  5. In all our quest of greatness, like wanton boys, whose pastime is their care, we follow after bubbles, blown in the air.

Rhymes for follow:

  1. swallow, wallow, margalo;
  2. rollo, calo, dalo, hollow;
  3. apollo, gonzalo;
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