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Correct spelling for XFER

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Possible correct spellings for xfer

  • Fez(Definition of fez)
  • Our breakfast-table brought us face to face with every traveller who passed along the great sandy track leading eventually to fez, which people in morocco call a road, beaten to-day and for the last two thousand years by the feet of generations of camels, mules, donkeys, horses, cattle, and mankind.

  • Gofer
  • Fear(Definition of fear)
  • "'it is not for you i fear, bernard, so much as him.

  • Fe
  • My land won't run away while we're in santa fe.

  • Xor
  • Wafer(Definition of wafer)
  • Few(Definition of few)
  • I suppose you'll want to take a few things along with you?"

  • Rifer
  • Offer(Definition of offer)
  • Fee(Definition of fee)
  • Just then the marquis came in, saying he would give me my revenge and without answering i went downstairs as if to come back again, but i ran out of the inn, got into my carriage, and drove off, promising a good fee to the postillion if he would put his horses at a gallop.

  • Far(Definition of far)
  • How far do we have to go?"

  • Fey(Definition of fey)
  • Came sword and shield to the hazelled field where the fey man fell at wethermel: the grey blade grew glad in the hands of a lad, and the tall man and stark leapt into the dark.

  • Fifer(Definition of Fifer)
  • The joy of the fifer of hardt was indescribable when he got a sight of the gallant band, headed by the duke.

  • Defer(Definition of defer)
  • This seemed to cornelius o'shane perfect proof, that she had no serious intention to break off or defer the match.

  • Xref
  • Fur(Definition of fur)
  • And each one on 'em, accordin' to their tell, ketched more trouts than the other one, and fur bigger ones, and shot more deers.

  • Seer(Definition of seer)
  • Ever(Definition of ever)
  • What have i ever said or done that he should dare to think such a thing!"

  • Xe(Definition of xe)
  • Fir(Definition of fir)
  • When i opened my window the valley looked like an immense stove; the tops of a few fir-trees alone showed their outlines against the sky; below, the clouds were in regular layers down to the surface of the lake; everything was calm, motionless, and silent.

  • Lifer
  • Over(Definition of over)
  • Fer(Definition of Fer)
  • "now's yer time fer good practice.

  • Xes
  • Aver(Definition of aver)
  • I aver that mr r.l. stevenson never wrote a line that failed to delight me; but he never wrote a book.

  • Safer
  • Refer(Definition of refer)
  • Afar(Definition of afar)
  • You see we are in london after all, and poor sidmouth left afar.

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