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Correct spelling for FOIRCE

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Possible correct spellings for foirce

  • Farce(Definition of farce)
  • 3. the force of friendship, a tragedy, 1710. 4. love in a chest, a farce, 1710. 5. the wife's relief; or, the husband's cure; a comedy.

  • Circe(Definition of circe)
  • Circe, i imagine, did not attract new lovers by parading those whom she had already turned into swine.

  • Fire(Definition of fire)
  • Stop or i'll fire."

  • Face(Definition of face)
  • His face was hard again.

  • Firs
  • Sergeant bulmer felt from the firs t that this was a case for private inquiry and secret observation.

  • Force(Definition of force)
  • You have taken it from me by force!"

  • Fierce(Definition of fierce)
  • The contrast between the two faces was great-one so fierce and bitter, the other sad indeed, but composed and strong.

  • Fore(Definition of fore)
  • Syphacem, maurorum regem, opulentissimum totius africae regem, quem magno usui sibi fore speraret, primum tentare statuit.

  • Forge(Definition of forge)
  • But for my forge, i should perhaps end like-" he was going to say "my poor father."

  • Fiercer
  • When the girls returned from recess, in place of miss newman at the desk stood mr. horner, his eyes fairly snapping with indignation, and his eyebrows looking fiercer than ever.

  • Voice(Definition of voice)
  • She had heard-yes, surely-hetty's voice.

  • Forte(Definition of forte)
  • The old leader of the theatrical orchestra was himself no piano-forte player, could no longer see very well nor hear very well, and his principal attention was directed to his own share of the double performance, which he led much after the careless, slap-bang style in which overtures that nobody listened to were performed in his day.

  • Fosse(Definition of fosse)
  • But this first floor, easily accessible but for the fosse, was, in consequence of the depth to which that was cut, thirty feet from the bottom of the wall, and consequently out of the reach of robbers or lovers; nevertheless the duc de guise approached it without hesitation.

  • Fours
  • The others came tumbling awkwardly towards him on all-fours, with the exception of several of the youngsters, who loitered behind to play.

  • Forced(Definition of forced)
  • I am forced to believe it.

  • Fairs(Definition of fairs)
  • And so the weeks and months passed by, and the time drew near when the days would be long and light again, and her father's engagement at the theatre would end, and he would set out on his summer rounds to all the fairs in the country.

  • Forces
  • Now that the priests had concentrated their forces so near, the alarm of the creoles became acute.

  • Furze(Definition of furze)
  • The wall was covered with ivy; he caught by its branches in his descent, and at last happily fell amongst a thick bed of furze.

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