Correct spelling for FROKE

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Possible correct spellings for froke

  • Freak
  • Besides this revenue from resin immense sums are obtained from the sale of timber; and thus the landes, which a hundred years ago seemed to be an inconvenient freak of nature afflicting complaining france, has been turned into a money-yielding department.

  • Frye
  • Fork
  • How shall we use a fork?

  • Flake
  • As the last black flake fluttered out of sight, the face looked at him again, but this time the sweet brown eyes were full of peace.

  • Frown
  • Froth
  • From
  • Fore
  • This is a sweet and delicate morsel; for this reason some people prefer the fore-quarter to any other part.

  • Frock
  • Free
  • I cut it loose and now am free As anything alive can be

    – Unbound by Suzanne Vega
  • Frogs
  • Rake
  • Freq
  • Brooke
  • "it's byrd, sir," announced mr. brooke in a low, shocked voice.

  • Froze
  • Frag
  • Trike
  • Grok
  • Fluke
  • This time there could be no fluke, for the great red mcgloin was up on the favorite.

  • Fromm
  • Broke
  • A cry broke from my lips.

  • Frocks
  • Frame
  • Her trembling lips could hardly frame the words.

  • Crystalclear
  • Frosh
  • Fridge
  • Frog
  • Fake
  • Well, then why was it necessary to fake the second one?

  • Freaky
  • She beeps me Whenever she wanna get freaky

    – My Way by usher
  • Forage
  • Everything is very simple-so much so that we had to forage to get some food.

  • Frig
  • Broker
  • It arose from the simple fact that a broker in london had bought some of the new malgamite-the scheveningen malgamite-and had issued it to his clients, who said that it was good.

  • Brake
  • When they encountered, bagdemagus brake his spear upon the white knight's shield, but was himself struck through the shoulder with a sore wound, and hurled down from his horse.

  • Fro
  • Drake
  • The drake is a very handsome bird, a large portion of his plumage being white; the hen is smaller, and brown in colour.

  • Forge
  • "all well," said the blacksmith; then, with a glance at the forge-"except the-; but that's not much after all.