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How to spell FACALE correctly?

The misspelling "facale" could have been intended as "fascial". Fascial refers to the connective tissue wrapping around muscles, providing support and structure. Other possibilities include "facile" meaning easy or "factual" referring to information based on facts. Double-checking the intended word can ensure accuracy in communication and understanding.

List of suggestions on how to spell facale correctly

  • cackle The old witch let out a cackle as she stirred her bubbling brew.
  • fable The moral of Aesop's fable "The Tortoise and the Hare" is that slow and steady wins the race.
  • facade The facade of the building was impressive, but once inside, it was clear that the interior was poorly maintained.
  • facial I had a relaxing facial at the spa yesterday.
  • facile A facile explanation is not always the most accurate one.
  • faille
  • fatal Fatal accidents are always a tragedy.
  • fecal
  • female
  • fickle She is a fickle woman and I can't trust her.
  • finale The finale of the concert was a stunning display of lights and pyrotechnics.
  • focal The focal point of the room was the large painting hanging over the fireplace.
  • hackle I can't concentrate with that pesky old hackle scratching at my window.
  • locale
  • scale I need to weigh the ingredients on a kitchen scale before I begin cooking.
  • tackle He was determined to tackle the difficult math problem before the end of class.

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