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Correct spelling for FORWAND

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Possible correct spellings for forwand

  • Fond
  • She would, most certainly, have been less fond of henry had he been more like other children, and his dependence upon her gave her something of the feeling that very rich ladies have for very small dogs.

  • Wanda
  • Forewent
  • For his was a courage which never at any moment had time to make luxury of aught account, and always forewent pleasure to pay due heed to virtue.

  • Friend
  • She has been a very good friend to me.

  • Pro-Scribe
  • Forwent
  • Heightening the horror, the bbc in its final moments forwent its policy of soothing its listeners and urging calmness upon them.

  • Wand
  • Fend
  • Fend off in the vessel there!

  • Forwarder
  • This is not the case, however, in other parts, where the grass was forwarder, and where it was cut before the rain came.

  • Rwanda
  • Fawned
  • When memories of his former shame crimsoned his cheeks with sudden flame he said; "i know my fault too well- they fawned upon me and i fell."

  • Frowned
  • Herr von osternau frowned.

  • Forwarding
  • "mr. norris, you are a young man; and while your friendship does your heart credit, your manner of forwarding its claims does not equally commend your head.

  • Front
  • All of us from villiers have been sent to bring horses to the front, and a fine job it is.

  • Find
  • Did you come to find me?"

  • Forwarded
  • The capture of one of these vessels, too, was the cause of annoyance to the enemy disproportionate to even their great value to their captors, for they not only carried the royal mail, but were usually the agencies by which the dispatches of the british general were forwarded.

  • Fund
  • "hopps fund oot that a hielandman wes tae preach in the free kirk, and naethin' wud sateesfy him but that we maun gae.

  • Frond
  • While he sang, a second oriole swooped upward between two vanes of a frond to a small ball of fibers knotted close to the midrib.

  • Want
  • Wind
  • Waned
  • Forewarned
  • The expression on their faces forewarned her.

  • Fronde
  • The genuine memoirs are, however, extremely interesting; they are less full, and perhaps less absolutely frank than those of retz, but they yield to these alone of the fronde chronicles in piquancy and interest, while their purely literary merit is superior.

  • Forward
  • The door opened and both came forward.

  • Found
  • "we found this letter, mr. button, as i told you.

  • Pro-Scribed
  • Wend
  • Fernando
  • 1789 san fernando 96 don j. malina do.

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