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Possible correct spellings for ofany

  • Fanny
  • I hope lady fanny will write and then i think i shall believe it.

  • Fain(Definition of fain)
  • I would fain fight with him and overcome him; and, by my troth, i have good hope that i shall do so.

  • Oven(Definition of oven)
  • Bake, it in puff-paste, in a soup-dish, about half an hour in a moderate oven.

  • Oafs
  • Besides, these men looked oafs, in spite of the fine build of some of them-they were not so bad in their working clothes, with their leggings and velveteen breeches, but in their sunday best, which they always wore on these occasions, they looked clumsy and ridiculous, their broad black coats in the cut of yester-year and smelling of camphor, their high-winged collars scraping and reddening their necks ...

  • Ovary(Definition of ovary)
  • Ovary and capsule 2-celled, the placentae often projecting from the axis far into the cells.

  • Omani(Definition of omani)
  • Blissus antillus leonard, 1968 blissus arenarius barber, 1918 blissus arenarius maritimus leonard, 1966 blissus barberi leonard, 1968 blissus bosqi drake, 1940 blissus brasiliensis drake, 1951 blissus breviusculus barber, 1937 blissus canadensis leonard, 1970 blissus hygrobius (jensen-haarup, 1920) blissus insularis barber, 1918 - southern chinch bug blissus iowensis andre, 1937 blissus leucopterus (say, 1831) - true chinch bug blissus leucopterus hirtus montandon, 1893 - hairy chinch bug blissus minutus (blatchley, 1925) blissus mixtus barber, 1937 blissus nanus barber, 1937 blissus occiduus barber, 1918 - western chinch bug blissus omani barber, 1937 blissus parasitaster (bergroth, 1903) blissus penningtoni drake, 1941 blissus planarius barber, 1937 blissus planus leonard, 1968 blissus pulchellus montandon, 1893 blissus richardsoni drake, 1940 blissus slateri leonard, 1968 blissus sweeti leonard, 1968 blissus villosus barber, 1937 blissus weiseri (drake, 1951) blissus yumana drake, 1951

  • Fin(Definition of fin)
  • "however, on peut-etre trop fin.

    Tonight I'll watch the dogers win Have yourself a dandy day that cost you under a fin

    – Those Were The Days by archie and edith bunker
  • Oman
  • "coarsely put," said miss oman, "but perfectly true."

  • Funny(Definition of funny)
  • This is a funny go.

    And I don't want you feelin' funny Just think of Bonnie Lee like a busy bee Gettin' by by sellin' honey

    – Bobbie Lee (What's The Difference, I Gotta Live) by Barry Manilow
  • One(Definition of one)
  • No one at all, mademoiselle!

  • Oran
  • Fatima's love the braggart rebuked the admiral's farewell moriana and galvan the bereaved father the warden of molina the loves of boabdil and vindaraja the infanta sevilla and peranguelos celin's farewell celin's return baza revisited captive zara the jealous king the lovers of antequera tarfe's truce the two moorish knights the king's decision almanzar and bobalias the moorish infanta and alfonzo ramos the bull-fight of zulema the renegade the tower of gold the dirge for aliatar the ship of zara hamete ali zaide's love zaida's jealousy zaida of toledo zaide rebuked zaida's inconstancy zaide's desolation zaida's lament zaida's curse the tournament of zaide zaide's complaint guhala's love azarco of granada azarco rebuked adelifa's farewell azarco's farewell celinda's courtesy gazul's despondency gazul in love celinda's inconstancy the bull-fight lovers reconciled call to arms gazul calumniated gazul's despair vengeance of gazul gazul and albenzaide gazul's arms the tournament abunemeya's lament the despondent lover love and jealousy the captive of toledo the blazon of abenamar woman's fickleness king juan abenamar's jealousy adelifa's jealousy funeral of abenamar ballad of albayaldos the night raid of reduan siege of jaen death of reduan the aged lover fickleness rebuked the galley slave of dragut the captive's lament strike sail the captive's escape the spaniard of oran

  • Any(Definition of any)
  • I don't understand any of this.

  • Ivan
  • You admit you are ivan, then?

  • Afn
  • Since then, afn has evolved to meet the changing needs of alaska natives and respond to new challenges as they emerge, working to address and protect native interests at the state and federal levels.

  • Fauna(Definition of fauna)
  • All these live in a wild state, and the only beast of prey is the dog-fox, a species peculiar to the fauna of the falklands.

  • Fen(Definition of fen)
  • Of course those who rent a place in preference to purchasing it miss one of the greatest and most useful privileges the country can confer-that of following in the footsteps of him who "strove for sixty widow'd years to help his homelier brother man, served the poor and built the cottage, rais'd the school and drained the fen."

  • Evan
  • "and to speak false words of our allister to his mother in her trouble as though he had led your wild lad evan astray.

  • Fan(Definition of fan)
  • What gets me is all this fan-fare about setting up the machinery to allow a person to do what he has always had the right to do.

  • Fun(Definition of fun)
  • He scampered and had fun.

    When all the world is brimming with fun, Wholesome or "un."

    – Lusty Month of May by Unknown Author
  • Ann
  • Ann followed her to the door.

  • Ferny(Definition of ferny)
  • So insidiously did it whisper these things, so delicately did the simple and perfect melodies creep upon the spirit-that boyce felt no resentment, but from the first listened as one who listens to learn, or as one who, fainting on the hot road, hears, far in the ferny deeps below, the gurgle of a spring.

  • Ana(Definition of ana)
  • At five miles beyond these lakes mr. browne intersected the ana-branch of the darling, which i had detached him to examine.

  • Finny(Definition of Finny)
  • It was quite time, for i was some distance from the boat, with the tide flowing in so rapidly that in a few minutes i should have had to swim, and a swim in water swarming with such furious kinds of the finny tribe was anything but tempting.

  • Ian
  • Go, ian, if you wish-if you feel it right to go, then go."

  • Of(Definition of Of)
  • 94 alcwine, letters of, i.

  • Fawn(Definition of fawn)
  • Does the fawn mate with the wolf?

  • Offing(Definition of offing)
  • While the party stood on the quay, puffing their segars with all the gravity and silence that was becoming their rank and birth as officers of his catholic majesty and natives of old spain, a subaltern officer approached, and, with abundance of parade and obsequiousness, informed the governor that there was a ship in the offing, becalmed at that time, but apparently bound in.

  • Ono(Definition of ono)
  • During tokyo game show 2013, capcom producer yoshinori ono announced that deep down was to be a free-to-play title; the initial expected release date was to be in 2014 after a public beta coincided with the japanese release of the ps4.

  • Orphan(Definition of orphan)
  • "well, she was left an orphan and had to look out for herself.

  • Ova(Definition of Ova)
  • Almost every creature which is found near the water seems to have a great liking for the ova of fishes.

  • Off(Definition of off)
  • He is off yonder."

    he's drooping off Soon as he wake up choking like it was whooping cough The group been soft

    – One Beer by mf doom
  • Often(Definition of often)
  • I should like to come here often.

    It's too much too often Out of the cradle And into the coffin You're going to get

    – Too Much Too Often by Phantom Planet
  • Own(Definition of own)
  • "oh, that's her own!

  • Oaf(Definition of oaf)
  • And helene dipped a courtesy to him, dainty and sweet enough to conquer an angel, while the great jelly-bag shook himself almost to pieces in his eagerness to achieve a masterly bow. all this made me angry, not that i cared though helene had coquetted with a dozen lads, an it had liked her. it was only the poverty of taste shown in being seen in the open high street of thorn along with such an oaf as michael texel.

  • Ufa
  • Finally the rebels retreated, and michelson discovered that his opponents meant to take by surprise the fort of ufa.

  • On(Definition of on)
  • On dirait qu'elles tombent.

    No mast, no sails are set thereon; It moves, but never moveth on:

    – Hayeswater by Matthew Arnold
  • An(Definition of an)
  • "he is like an old woman.

  • Faun(Definition of faun)
  • His large green-grey eyes seemed for ever asparkle with goblin mischief and the joy of revelry, and the curved lips might have been those of some wickedly-laughing faun; one almost expected to see embryo horns fretting the smoothness of his sleek dark hair.

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