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Correct spelling for FOLLWO

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Possible correct spellings for follwo

  • Flower
  • If a flower of particularly lovely color were found growing on the meadow, st. peter's stick had touched the spot.

  • Followup
  • Fallows
  • Duke fallows appeared from the shadows and hastily pressed his hand.

  • Flew
  • Someone seemed to fall against the door, which at the same moment flew open, as if the wind had burst it in.

  • Folio
  • If it be the same thing in history too, i began at the wrong end, and should have written three or four folio histories, before i had presum'd to make remarks on archdeacon echard's, this would bear very hard upon me, and i must beg leave to enquire a little whether the case be really so or not.

  • Filo
  • Full
  • But the world's full of 'em.

  • Fool
  • I-i am a fool!

  • Flown
  • As he became aware of outside phenomena once more-and he was rather frightened to discover how his thoughts had flown out into the unknown darkness in search of the girl-he saw that mr. dainopoulos was preoccupied and anxious.

  • Folly
  • You know the world: you have made your own fortune; don't mar it by your own folly.

  • Foul
  • Whatever her connection might be with this man, she must be innocent of so foul a crime.

  • Foully
  • Tryggve accepted the invitation, and on arriving at the appointed place of meeting was foully murdered with all his men.

  • Flow
  • It is only in the wet season that the streamlets flow, for bechuanaland is intensely dry.

  • Followed
  • Neither should never be followed by or.

  • Fallow
  • You then took a friendly interest in many a note of facts, that had seemed to me extraordinary, admirable, or amusing, and when the claims of an arduous profession prevented me from pursuing my favorite occupation of studying the history of holland, my mother's home, in the old way, never wearied of reminding me of the fallow material, that had previously awakened your sympathy.

  • Fellows
  • What do you fellows want now?

  • Foil
  • 1-4, was set by some later writer as a foil to the stern threat with which the original prophecy closed, cf.

  • Fol
  • Flaw
  • That is the great flaw in our connection."

  • Fill
  • "when we left dayton to come here, we had to make a hurried jump to fill our contract, as you know.

  • Flows
  • Follower
  • The service of his religion is to try and follow these laws, to take them home into the heart, that the follower, too, may come soon into the great peace.

  • Follow
  • I'll soon follow you."

  • Flo
  • Mother, exclaimed flo, who was a good but irrepressible child, what d'ee t'ink?

  • Fell
  • At last silence fell on them.

  • Fowl
  • Having decided which type of fowl is best adapted to one's market and ideas, there is no difficulty in finding a breed that will fit the need.

  • Fellow
  • "no, no; just what they like, old fellow!

  • Follows
  • Fall
  • "i'm going to do the old girl this fall," he said.

  • Fowls
  • Presently the soldiers returned with some meat, a couple of fowls, bread, and some wine, together with a bunch of candles.

  • Foll
  • Foal
  • As william-that was my second and the boy's own father-used to say when i talked of the child following any other trade: 'bring up the foal to the shafts and don't try to teach him to drive a wheelbarrow.

  • Hopscotching
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