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Correct spelling for FABIRUSA

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Possible correct spellings for fabirusa

  • Fresh(Definition of fresh)
  • I seem to take a fresh start in the right direction with the children.

  • Fabric(Definition of fabric)
  • I could only hope, therefore, that the cargo contained a very small quantity of this beautiful and useful fabric.

  • Fires
  • "i hope it won't be a storm, then," said i, "for it will oblige us to put out the fires."

  • Force(Definition of force)
  • He had under arms almost his entire force.

  • Frog(Definition of frog)
  • All the time there was a twinkle in the big, goggly eyes of grandfather frog.

  • Freeze(Definition of freeze)
  • Our thoughts in life's december freeze, and numbers cease to flow.

  • Fibers
  • Besides eatables, many had silks and stuffs woven from the fibers of the pine-apple and the banana for sale.

  • Babirusa
  • In other respects there seems no affinity between these animals, and the babirusa stands completely isolated, having no resemblance to the pigs of any other part of the world.

  • Fabrics
  • It contains an old castle, some sulphur baths and manufactories of paper, copper wares, cotton goods and silk fabrics.

  • Frogs
  • The peeping of the frogs in the marshy places filled the air; the hoarse voice of the brook made itself heard at intervals through them.

  • Fries
  • The steak was a dream, and the french fries were a crisp, rich golden brown that started my mouth watering.

  • Favors
  • To the girl alone and under suspicion, however kind the friends who were puzzled over her situation, conscious that too many favors were not to be asked of the good-souled junius brutus ponk, the young farmer seemed the only one to whom she could turn.

  • Forces
  • Neither do i. i can't put any trust in willow twigs, but-we'll all admit that there are forces of nature that we don't understand.

  • Fierce(Definition of fierce)
  • Battle fierce just other side of nijnieff.

  • Furious(Definition of furious)
  • The girl whirled in her saddle with raised arm, screamed back at pierre, and rode on at a still more furious pace.

  • Fireworks(Definition of fireworks)
  • To start one of these romances of singers would be like throwing a match in a fireworks factory.

  • Fork(Definition of fork)
  • Mind your business, mr. scot, and fork nothing but the beefsteaks!"

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