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Possible correct spellings for feal

  • Deal(Definition of deal)
  • I have thought of this a great deal.

  • Fear(Definition of fear)
  • But there was no fear of this now.

  • Feel(Definition of feel)
  • 165 i wonder do you feel to-day vi.

    Are these our feet of burnished steel. Subtly and certainly I feel

    – The Twelve-Forty-Five by Joyce Kilmer
  • Weal(Definition of weal)
  • Some have been weak, some perverse and obstinate; but as the clouds of party passion, which have sometimes obscured the motives and the acts of our chief magistrates, pass away, we may recognize in their action honest though now and then ill directed efforts to use their high office for the general weal.

  • Meal(Definition of meal)
  • It was the evening meal for the people of the forecastle, and he who carried it was the cook.

  • Feat(Definition of feat)
  • The type spirit is equal to even this feat.

  • Teal(Definition of teal)
  • For duck, falcons should be used; tiercels will kill teal well.

  • Fetal(Definition of fetal)
  • The high shbg levels during pregnancy may serve to protect the mother from exposure to fetal androgens that escape metabolism by the placenta.

  • Seal(Definition of seal)
  • Brother theophilus, you, first of all, return the letter to the envelope and seal it."

  • Foal(Definition of foal)
  • The inflamed joints of the foal should be rubbed lightly with the following, after being thoroughly mixed: red iodide of mercury, two drams; vaseline, two ounces, every forty-eight hours, which, when applied to the skin, appears to have a well-marked antiseptic action on the underlying tissues.

  • Heal(Definition of heal)
  • A bite either from a dog or from a cat who is not mad, from a cat especially, is often venomous and difficult to heal.

  • Veal(Definition of veal)
  • One old chronicler wrote:-the supply of animal food proved inadequate to the demands of the community, for the fat stock, fed in autumn, being killed off by christmas, very little fresh meat appeared in the markets before the ensuing midsummer, except veal.

  • Peal(Definition of peal)
  • I had hitherto resisted, but the young lady's frank and boisterous laughter carried me along, and i too let loose a peal, and discovered myself.

  • Neal
  • Neal had threatened to hand him over to lord dunseveric.

  • Zeal(Definition of zeal)
  • Athribis redoubled his zeal: he recognized the tones of heraklas' mother.

  • Feral(Definition of feral)
  • As of august 1998, kossy had already announced the manuscript for her second book as being finished (with a tentative title balancing between "aberrant anthropology" and "nazis, saucers and aquatic apes") and its publication at feral house scheduled for "fall, 1999"; it would however be two more years before the actual release.

  • Fell(Definition of fell)
  • All this fell on thoma like a thunderbolt.

    I was the could through which angels fell Onwards, onwards... to hell, to hell

    – Towards Beyond by Abigor
  • Real(Definition of real)
  • I dream it all over again as plain as if it was real.

  • Fecal(Definition of fecal)
  • These articles had been soiled by the urine, fecal matter and black vomit obtained from fatal and other cases of yellow fever.

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