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Correct spelling for FELLWO

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Possible correct spellings for fellwo

  • Fill(Definition of fill)
  • "fill up the measure," said he.

  • Fallow(Definition of fallow)
  • On one side of the road, the view opened upon a descent of considerable depth, and the dull sun looked drearily over a valley in which large fallow fields, a distant and solitary spire, and a few stunted and withering trees formed the chief characteristics.

  • Fellows
  • Back at 'em, fellows!

  • Fella
  • We three fella ride about.

  • Flaw(Definition of flaw)
  • He noted a minute flaw in the stone, and finally handed it back hurriedly, telling mr. spokesly to give it away to some lady.

  • Fall(Definition of fall)
  • Waelhem was one of the last to fall.

  • Felled
  • Extensive piles of halmileel logs were collected along the banks of the river, while the forests were strewed with felled trees in preparation for floating down the stream.

  • Fells
  • "thus he blazes the trails, thus he fells the trees, thus he plants his rude stakes, thus he faces the hardships, and whatever fate awaits him, his self-contained soul keeps its finger on his lips, and no lamentations are heard.

  • Filo
  • Fell(Definition of fell)
  • Mr carlyle's face fell.

  • Feller(Definition of feller)
  • Now, you are a town man, an' i'm a country feller.

  • Feel(Definition of feel)
  • Oh, if only he could feel well!

  • Felon(Definition of felon)
  • But sir lionel would not hear, and prepared to fight and mounted his horse and came before him, crying, "sir bors, keep thee from me, for i shall do to thee as a felon and a traitor; therefore, start upon thy horse, for if thou wilt not, i will run upon thee as thou standest."

  • Follow(Definition of follow)
  • Follow him, and he will make you lionheart indeed."

  • Follows
  • Fellow(Definition of fellow)
  • But i bear the fellow no ill-will at all.

  • Flew(Definition of Flew)
  • Molly kissed her mother and then flew up the steps of the balcony to the sleeping quarters that she and judy were to occupy, just to peep out of the window into the court.

  • Fallows
  • "i'm almost as interested in tea-cups as in the stars," said fallows.

  • Full(Definition of full)
  • And she was looking full at him now.

  • Hopscotching
  • Flo
  • Yes, he said, resuming his knife and fork; it was junkie, as usual, fighting with flo for the black doll.

  • Fellas
  • She didn' leave us no time to doubt, neither, for there the poor fellas were, splashin' an' blowin', some of 'em bleatin' for help, an' gurglin', an' for aught we know drownin' in three-to-four feet o' water.

  • Flow(Definition of flow)
  • At times i would stop and sit on one of the stands and watch the crowd flow by in a steady stream.

  • Follower(Definition of follower)
  • But gottschalk, his follower, said it was a decree to sin.

  • Foll
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