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How To Spell Fust?

Correct spelling: Fust

Definition of Fust:

  1. To become mouldy; to smell ill.
  2. The shaft of a column, or the trunk of a pilaster.

List of misspellings for Fust:

  • fujst,
  • fvust,
  • fusgt,
  • f ust,
  • fuyst,
  • f7ust,
  • Fuqt,
  • fu8st,
  • fusf,
  • f7st,
  • fudst,
  • fuswt,
  • fuwt,
  • fus t,
  • fuxst,
  • fu7st,
  • fus6,
  • fus5t,
  • F5st,
  • fuzt,
  • fus5,
  • fuszt,
  • ffust,
  • fusxt,
  • ftust,
  • ufst,
  • fuust,
  • fust5,
  • fuxt,
  • fusat,
  • fustf,
  • f8ust,
  • fsut,
  • Fu3t,
  • fuwst,
  • fusft,
  • fuhst,
  • fusdt,
  • fus6t,
  • fuzst,
  • fu st,
  • fusrt,
  • fustr,
  • vfust,
  • fyust,
  • Fusv,
  • Ftst,
  • fhust,
  • fudt.

What does the abbreviation Fust mean?

  • –  Fundo de Universalização dos Serviços de Telecomunicações
  • –  Fundo de Universaliza

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Examples of usage for Fust:

  1. The epilogue, a dialogue between John Fust and his friends, brings home the thought once more in another form, emphasizing the fact that there can be no new realm of actual, palpable knowledge opened up to man beyond that which his intellect is able to perceive.
  2. Why, my fust fight was for five shillings in Tott'nam Fields; and proud I was when I won it.
  3. It is now known that the first book printed in Europe with metal types, was the Mazarine Bible, printed by Gutemberg and Fust at Mentz, in 1455.

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