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Correct spelling for OFICE

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Possible correct spellings for ofice

  • Farce
  • "no farce, citizen," replied lepine calmly.

  • Novice
  • Out of it henry i. chose his bride that abbess's niece maud a novice of our lady of romsey.

  • Oise
  • Icy
  • "what an icy 'yes.

  • Ice
  • One man got under the ice, and was seen no more.

  • Outface
  • Ace
  • Pete is an ace all right-the ace of chumps!

  • Efface
  • I suspected that he made his story deliberately impressive in order to efface the good impression made by the previous witness.

  • Officer
  • "these are union boys, and one of them has come out here to ship," said the officer.

  • Edifice
  • But the most marvellous circumstance of all in this undertaking was the care and judgment with which he made the foundations, for in clearing the site, which is a very fine one, other small churches and houses about s. reparata were involved beside that edifice itself.

  • Of
  • Osier
  • Effie
  • Offices
  • Offer
  • I'm afraid i can offer you nothing to drink.

  • Face
  • It was then that i saw the face of the boy goga.

  • Offs
  • Office
  • "i'll show you your new office.

  • Ives
  • An ives family in bristol were quite conspicuous as clock-makers.

  • Fosse
  • The trench is 29 feet in breadth, and about 6 in depth, and the entrances are formed by narrow earth-banks across the fosse.

  • Ices
  • Orifice
  • Fierce
  • As fierce as that and as wild as that.

  • Force
  • Mrs. force made no reply.

  • Adverses
  • Oafs
  • Offence
  • I hope it's no offence?"

  • Offers
  • I've
  • Ozzie
  • Alice
  • Offside
  • Afire
  • It's a right smart o' dad burn foolishness to be wastin' it on nothin'; seems like to me 'at we'd better set the dasted fort afire an' smoke the skunks out!

  • Off
  • I didn't know him very well, but i should say he is better off where he is.

  • Once
  • Officers
  • Ounce
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