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Spell Check of front

Correct spelling: front

Common misspellings for front:

frund, fronot, ferienheit, froud, fronmt, fraudent, arount, frowd, frquent, foonote, frontview, fevorant, worent, frinday, freamont, homefront, frounts, forunm, defrent, freemont, faraon, fron, forune, favoreant, fromat, frint, fragant, ftont, forand, forone, diffrnt, frand, forat, fromt, difirent, forund, frort, fronta, frant, fervorant, foron, frontag, fronatl, forend, forwand, difrant, comfront, woren't, frontace, freinnd, ferind, comfrount, frenf, evironmet, fon't, fronf, ferent c, foresnt, freind, frront, fround, froot, forunteen, frgot, difrent, frony, fronteer, farienhiet, frind, frontieer, froint, fravit, fromit, forutne, froget, nfront, fahrenhiet, areount, diifrent, frontire, frontge, wronte, ofrent, fiffrent, lakfront, franfort, frowny, faorit, thefront, defrnt, fahrenehit, frone, farhinhiet, toront, farimount, feqent, fornd, frontt, fronnt, frend.


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Quotes for front:

  1. I don't know anyone who curses the way they do on the Sopranos. Not in an Italian household. I never said the word hell in front of my mother.
  2. Micing it from two different angles in front of the speaker sounds huge, and it's so simple.
  3. I think the challenge is going out in front of a paying audience with absolutely nothing and trying to entertain them for two hours. Thankfully, I only think about that right before we go on, and then once we're out there, everything's fine.
  4. At home we're the hosts, and I never liked the idea of being embarrased in front of our friends.
  5. Forty years ago, we were on the tail of the Front Page era. There was a different point of view. Reporters and editors were more forgiving of public people. They didn't think they had to stick someone in jail to make a career.

Rhymes for front:

  1. hunt, blunt, lunt, shunt, grunt, punt, stunt, brunt, bunt, hunte;
  2. affront, confront;