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Possible correct spellings for fafaire

  • Fever(Definition of fever)
  • I have seen many a daring young fellow get the border fever, and with it his death.

  • Fire(Definition of fire)
  • I wish i was before the fire with her now.

  • Affaire
  • The admiral considered the fight of july 22nd la malheureuse affaire; his ships were encumbered with sick; they worked badly; on august 15th a north-east gale carried away the top-mast of a spanish ship; and having heard from a danish merchantman the news-false news, as it afterwards appeared-that cornwallis with twenty-five ships was to the north, he turned and scudded before the wind.

  • Fairy(Definition of fairy)
  • Fairy, the twelve year old, who lived up to her name in all respects, flew around the room, waving her arms, and singing in a high soprano, can i wear my pink sash?

  • Far(Definition of far)
  • He was, it is true, still far away; but who could say?

  • For
  • According to stirner the supreme law for each one of us is his own welfare.

  • Fear(Definition of fear)
  • Something of the fear had gone.

  • Freeway
  • There is a street that would be a continuation of elm street that goes in front of the building, and elm street itself angles into the freeway.

  • Favor(Definition of favor)
  • If your other favor is like that i shan't know what to say.

  • Four-Year
  • Oman bicameral majlis oman consists of majlis al-dawla or upper chamber (71 seats; members appointed by the monarch; has only advisory powers and majlis al-shura or lower chamber (84 seats; members elected by popular vote to serve four-year terms; body has only advisory powers) elections: last held on 27 october 2007 (next to be held in 2011) election results: new candidates won 46 seats and 38 members of the outgoing majlis kept their positions; none of the 20 female candidates was elected

  • Five-Year
  • Chief of state: president nicolas sarkozy (since 16 may 2007), represented by prefect dominique lacroix (since 21 march 2007) head of government: president of the territorial council bruno magras (since 16 july 2007) cabinet: executive council; note - there is also an advisory, economic, social, and cultural council elections: french president elected by popular vote for a five-year term; prefect appointed by the french president on the advice of the french ministry of interior; president of the territorial council is elected by the members of the council for a five-year term election results: bruno magras unanimously elected president by the territorial council on 16 july 2007

  • Foyer(Definition of foyer)
  • I have seen many audiences more interesting than the actors, and have often heard better dialogue in the foyer than i have on the stage.

  • Fiery(Definition of fiery)
  • These thoughts are forced from me by the violent death of a man who had the brain and the heart to be an honor to our state, whose capacity and cordial good-nature might have gained him the love of better men than he ever knew in his brief and fiery career, and who had the brain to accomplish great things in the future.

  • Free(Definition of free)
  • And he would be free!

  • Fair(Definition of fair)
  • As you have said, it isn't fair, perhaps, for me to go against it.

  • Fur(Definition of fur)
  • Hilda and tom kissed him, and bade him farewell; then hilda got on the cat's back, and nestled down amidst the warm white fur.

  • Fury(Definition of fury)
  • This was the order again and again, and each time the paroxysm of frightful fury came on, and it took all of us to hold him.

  • Fiber(Definition of fiber)
  • If ink had been used it would have penetrated the fiber, and the writing would thus have been preserved."

  • Ferry(Definition of ferry)
  • The enemy's main body, he was told, had already marched, and the troops which had opposed him were under orders to move to harper's ferry the next morning.

  • February(Definition of february)
  • On the night of february 12th, donelson was defended by about 20,000 men.

  • Four(Definition of four)
  • Because you are willing to do that, you are one of the 'big four.

  • Fewer
  • I wish we could get more tobacco and fewer cigarettes.

  • Fare(Definition of fare)
  • We shall not wish to fare so much better than you."

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