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Correct spelling for FORSOME

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Possible correct spellings for forsome

  • Force(Definition of force)
  • It was impossible to force her to eat, and the next morning dr. wortley was sent for.

  • Foursome(Definition of foursome)
  • To save time, i will admit that your foursome is slower than congress and more irritating than the senate.

  • Former(Definition of former)
  • That is what her former ladies had always done.

  • Forsook
  • His father very rarely said anything, peter never said anything at all, and if aunt jessie did venture on a little conversation she received so slender an encouragement that she always forsook the attempt after a very short time.

  • Fearsome(Definition of fearsome)
  • Never had he heard anything like the fearsome, shrieking roar of this wind.

  • Forsake(Definition of forsake)
  • "honnor won't forsake her friend like that.

  • Folsom
  • Folsom did not write again.

  • Fosse(Definition of fosse)
  • And see what a solid mass of masonry lies in the great fosse down there, toppled from its base by the explosion of a mine!

  • Forms
  • In some forms the plant is entirely white, except the gills.

  • Some(Definition of some)
  • But if there was some one-what would you tell her to do for you?

  • Noisome(Definition of noisome)
  • Then as she seemed disinclined to vouchsafe a rejoinder he continued, with just a shade more vehemence in his tone: "the proposal which his majesty placed before me awhile ago, that same letter which you still hold in your hand, are such vile and noisome things that actual contact with them is pollution.

  • From(Definition of From)
  • There's that darling millie from paris!

  • Form(Definition of form)
  • Form in line at nine o'clock.

  • Fulsome(Definition of fulsome)
  • In the former case, he makes himself responsible; in the latter, he allows the publication of a mass of more or less fulsome inaccuracies for which he will be held responsible by those who are familiar with the prevalent art of self-advertisement.

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