How to spell FAOUR correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell faour correctly

  • fa My fa-What's that got to do with it?
  • fair It wouldn't be fair."
  • far Then "Is it far?"
  • faun A Faun, who lets the heavy ivy-wreath Slip to his thigh as, reaching up, he pulls The chestnut blossoms in whole bosomfuls?
  • favor I suppose it's no use to ask you to do me a favor, Zeke?
  • favour All I ask is your word of honour to favour my suit with the King.
  • fear She was filled with fear; but when he looked up at her the fear grew.
  • fir Just yonder, on the bed of fir-boughs he had made for her, lay Gloria.
  • flour There was an inverted flour-barrel on the ground near her, and Dixie sat upon it, and swung her feet back and forth for a little while without seeming to have heard his question.
  • foe Medini had become a sworn foe of mine.
  • foul In her heart, already Kate knew as well as she knew she was alive, that this man was totally innocent of the foul charges heaped upon him.
  • four I was with my son for four days, sir.
  • fur It may not have been fur us at all.
  • savour It would savour more of present and actual distaste, than the love which fears its approach.
  • Fay It will make all the difference in the world to Fay; and, on her account, to me also.
  • Fer "Once last summer the sun come in here fer purty near a week.
  • Our And our friend knows it quite well."
  • FAA "Sic mercy as your maister had," returned the Faa, "when he burned our dwellings about the ears o' the aged and infirm, and o' my helpless bairns! Ye shall find in me the mercy o' the fasting wolf, o' the tiger when it laps blood!"
  • FOO Jimmie Dale chose the direction of the lane, reached the lane, and, still stumbling and lurching, made his way along for a distance of possibly fifty yards; then, well clear of the neighbourhood of Foo Sen's, he began to quicken his pace-and twenty minutes later, frowning in disappointment, he was standing in front of Reddy Curley's liquor store, only to find that the place was already closed for the night.
  • fours As they cleared the line of the column, Bungay rolled off the animal's back, and, in his eagerness, came down on all fours.

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