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Correct spelling for FOLOW

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Possible correct spellings for folow

  • Folio(Definition of folio)
  • T folio 86, front-continued.

  • Fool(Definition of fool)
  • Floor(Definition of floor)
  • And don't consider the floor; that can be wiped up."

  • Flood(Definition of flood)
  • After the flood came the ebb.

  • Filo
  • Anthem", by doug wimbish from the album trippy notes for bass & remixes "anthem", by filo & peri featuring eric lumiere "anthem", by leonard cohen from the album the future "anthem", by moby from the album everything is wrong "anthem", by phantom planet from the album the guest "anthem", by ringo starr from the album ringo 2012 "anthem", by rush from the album fly by night "anthem", by zebrahead from the album broadcast to the world hymnen (anthems), composition by karlheinz stockhausen

  • Flown(Definition of Flown)
  • He has flown his last flight.

  • Foal(Definition of foal)
  • He will name his next foal mario nobili.

  • Foley
  • Thus, my dear foley, for want of something better we have recourse to ourselves, and strike out the best amusements we can from such materials.

  • Fowl(Definition of fowl)
  • Flow(Definition of flow)
  • Ernest was rocked to sleep that night by the ebb and flow of thoughts and resolutions and plans for his future conduct, whereas canalis slept the sleep of the conqueror, which is the sweetest of slumbers after that of the just.

  • Floe(Definition of floe)
  • Well, the house is anything but good, jimmie, and i wish floe lived somewhere else.

  • Foil(Definition of foil)
  • So like the genuine article in the shape of the bottle, the topping of gilt-foil, the arrangement of wire and string, that as the stinging foam overflowed the goblet, snapping in iridescent bubbles at the cautious sipper's nose, and evaporated, leaving nothing in particular at the bottom, it was barely possible to believe the vintage other than the genuine article from fleet street.

  • Fools
  • Fl(Definition of fl)
  • [c] the name of the wheeled towers described above, page 338 fl.

  • Foo
  • Folly(Definition of folly)
  • Flo
  • You an' flo had better go to bed.

  • Flaw(Definition of flaw)
  • This done, even peggy's anxious glances could not detect any other flaw in the machine.

  • Flows
  • "my old blood flows more swiftly already, and if i only had a thousand talents left to give.

  • Follow(Definition of follow)
  • Foul(Definition of foul)
  • Low(Definition of low)
  • Follows
  • Foll
  • Fellow(Definition of fellow)
  • What a splendid fellow he was!

  • Fol
  • Saxo, book ii, ed. ascensius, fol. xv b; ed. holder, p. 51, l. 4.

  • Flew(Definition of Flew)
  • The time flew away rapidly.

  • Fallow(Definition of fallow)
  • Now they were in the dark together, and it was not comprehended in her scheme of things to let circumstance lie fallow.

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