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Possible correct spellings for famliy

  • amelia You will not, then, reproach me, Amelia?
  • facile Upon these sums Varney had lived very pleasantly, and he saw with a deep sigh the approaching failure of so facile a resource.
  • fail A man came to the door, took my letter, and said madam should have it without fail.
  • fairly When I see him fairly settled I shall come home.
  • fall Why did this duty not fall to the men of the post?"
  • famine But in the space of three years thereafter was so great famine in the city, that the father had will to thrust the son away from his house.
  • famish C is the CORN-LAWS, that famish'd the poor; D is the DEBT, that will famish them more.
  • female Her face was rather long and white, and she had long female eyes with dark lashes, and her eyes were full of tenderness.
  • filly He learned only a poor lesson the first day, for, on coming in sight of the schoolhouse, he heard a rush of feet behind him and saw his filly charging down the trail.
  • filmy Over the courtyard and the house floated a round, sombre, and lingering cloud, dragging behind a tail of tangled and filmy streamers-like the dishevelled hair of a mourning woman.
  • firmly "No, I was so firmly persuaded that the beggar was you.
  • flay They strip them bare, flay them and cut away the flesh about the heel.
  • fly I must yet fly!
  • foamy What causes a Foamy Omelet to "fall"?
  • folio The three plays not printed in the fourth folio are the Birth of Merlin, or the Child has lost his Father, a tragi-comedy, said by Langbaine to be by Shakespeare and Rowley; John King of England his troublesome Reign; and the Death of King John at Swinstead Abbey.
  • folly "I alone am to blame," he muttered, "for mine was the folly.
  • formally In the teeth of this treaty, Mr. Fox proposed a direct and most scandalous breach of our faith, formally and recently given.
  • fully And, when every chance was fully weighed, was that of those who had left us the best?
  • gamely
  • homily
  • lamely
  • malay
  • mali
  • namely
  • tamely
  • tamil
  • warmly
  • Fame But I look forward to wealth and fame in the future.
  • Familiar As he stepped into the familiar entrance-hall, Bryce paused, raised his head and sniffed suspiciously, like a bird-dog.
  • Families When his grandson, my father, came to marry, he boasted his direct descent from Israel Kimanyer, and picked his bride from the best families.
  • Family Family joys, it seemed, were not for him.
  • Fumy
  • familial It was previously identified as clinical entities known as Bylers disease and Greenland-Eskimo familial cholestasis.
  • Farley Farley, during Dan's absence, had been almost as much disturbed as had Dave.
  • Hamill
  • Emily The room was empty; and again Mary's sensitive heart trembled for the welfare of those already so dear to her; but Lady Emily did not appear to understand the nature of her feelings.
  • Amalia POST, AMALIA, secures suff.
  • Foley We've been too busy, haven't we, Miss Foley?

44 words made from the letters famliy

3 letter words made from famliy:

ail, lam, ali, mfa, afl, fly, yam, imf, mya, may, mal, mil, aim, lay.

4 letter words made from famliy:

yima, fmal, lymf, mily, myfi, fail, flay, lima, mail, mali, almy, lamy, ayim, fali, yali, film, maly, laim, limy, mayi.

5 letter words made from famliy:

mayil, imlay, filma, limay, fmail, malfi, filmy, yamil, flaim, maily.

Misspelling of the day

Cosure

  • allowings
  • allurings
  • am distinguished from
  • art deficient in
  • art in mid-air
  • assure
  • be satisfied
  • caesura
  • care
  • case
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