How to spell FALLL correctly?

One possible correct suggestion for the misspelling "falll" could be "fall". It's likely that the extra "l" was simply a typo or unintentional repetition. Another possible suggestion could be "faintly", depending on the context and intended meaning of the misspelled word.

List of suggestions on how to spell falll correctly

  • all All students are required to complete the assignment by the end of the week.
  • ally She knew she could always count on her sister to be her ally.
  • ball I saw a boy playing with a ball in the park.
  • call
  • fable
  • fail I will fail the test if I don't study.
  • faille The dress was made with a beautiful silk faille fabric.
  • fails Every time I try to bake a cake from scratch, it always fails.
  • fall I can't wait for the fall, it's my favorite season.
  • fallen The leaves had fallen from the tree, bringing the autumn colors with them.
  • fallow
  • falls The water falls from a great height.
  • false I did not see what you saw, it was a false alarm.
  • fatal The doctor confirmed that the infection was fatal and there was nothing more they could do.
  • fault It's not your fault that the package was delivered late.
  • fell She slipped on the wet floor and fell down the stairs.
  • fella I saw a fella walking his dog in the park earlier today.
  • fells I went walking in the fells.
  • fill
  • fills The sound of the rushing water fills the canyon.
  • filly She had a little filly running around her property.
  • FOLL
  • folly
  • frill
  • full I am so full after eating that Thanksgiving meal.
  • fulls I always feel full after eating my fulls of fries.
  • fully I am fully prepared for the upcoming exam.
  • gall I have a sore on my arm from where I got hit by a Gall.
  • hall The hall held many portraits of famous Britons.
  • mall I like to go to the mall and shop for clothes with my friends.
  • pall My aunt had a pall over her head after she heard the news.
  • tall The tall tree swayed gently in the wind.
  • wall

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