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Correct spelling for OFICE
We think the word ofice is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for ofice
- Efface(Definition of efface)
- Offence(Definition of offence)
- Ace(Definition of ace)
- Farce(Definition of farce)
- Ice(Definition of ice)
- Afire(Definition of afire)
- Icy(Definition of icy)
- Novice(Definition of novice)
- Osier(Definition of osier)
- Officer(Definition of officer)
- Outface(Definition of outface)
- Edifice(Definition of edifice)
- Face(Definition of face)
- Fierce(Definition of fierce)
- Orifice(Definition of orifice)
- Office(Definition of office)
- Once(Definition of once)
- Offside(Definition of offside)
- Force(Definition of force)
- Offer(Definition of offer)
- Off(Definition of off)
- Ounce(Definition of ounce)
- Fosse(Definition of fosse)
- Of(Definition of Of)
I suspected that he made his story deliberately impressive in order to efface the good impression made by the previous witness.
I hope it's no offence?"
Pete is an ace all right-the ace of chumps!
"no farce, citizen," replied lepine calmly.
One man got under the ice, and was seen no more.
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!
"what an icy 'yes.
Out of it henry i. chose his bride that abbess's niece maud a novice of our lady of romsey.
"these are union boys, and one of them has come out here to ship," said the officer.
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.
It was then that i saw the face of the boy goga.
As fierce as that and as wild as that.
"i'll show you your new office.
Mrs. force made no reply.
I'm afraid i can offer you nothing to drink.
I didn't know him very well, but i should say he is better off where he is.
An ives family in bristol were quite conspicuous as clock-makers.
The trench is 29 feet in breadth, and about 6 in depth, and the entrances are formed by narrow earth-banks across the fosse.