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Correct spelling for FRNCE

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Possible correct spellings for frnce

  • Fringe(Definition of fringe)
  • The air, though cold, was clear; and the branches of the trees visible from their windows, were all covered with hoar-frost, which seemed to line them as if with silver fringe.

  • Fancy(Definition of fancy)
  • I fancy monsieur is right."

  • Fringes
  • It had hit the outermost fringes of atmosphere.

  • Prince(Definition of prince)
  • Furnace(Definition of furnace)
  • Franco
  • In 1870 he made himself conspicuous by a letter to strauss on the subject of the franco-german war.

  • Fronde(Definition of Fronde)
  • These quick-witted, wilful children were, as retribution for his sins, said his enemies, constantly dashing the hopes and outraging the feelings of their uncle, whose life within the splendid walls of the palais mazarin they caused to resemble that fronde with which he had battled so desperately in the state.

  • Frances
  • He had got into a ridiculous habit of going to her-her, frances farquhar!

  • Fiance(Definition of fiance)
  • There were evenings on which she loved to indulge her thoughts in solitude, and she hoped her fiance would grant her that privilege once more on the evening before her betrothal.

  • Francs
  • "you must have a good deal left of that twenty-five thousand francs la peyrade paid you not more than two months ago," remarked du portail.

  • Frunze(Definition of frunze)
  • Franck(Definition of franck)
  • Still, the future was with cesar franck as it has been with few artists.

  • Franc(Definition of franc)
  • M. de marsan might throw me a franc, and think himself generous at that!

  • Prance(Definition of prance)
  • Franz
  • Liszt, franz twenty original piano compositions.

  • France
  • You have, then, fallen under the displeasure of my brother louis, of france?

  • Froze(Definition of Froze)
  • I went in, i went upstairs, and when i found myself in the presence of the wretch pocchini my blood froze in my veins.

  • Trance(Definition of trance)
  • French(Definition of french)
  • You are the last hope of the french.

  • Fencer(Definition of fencer)
  • All physical games do not require physical strength, and he became an excellent shot and fencer.

  • Fence(Definition of fence)
  • Had you followed the advice he gave, or even thanked him for it, you would have seen another style of fence.

  • Frenzy(Definition of frenzy)
  • In an absolute frenzy of wrath, i turned at once upon him who had thus interrupted me, and seized him violently by the collar.

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