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How to spell FEALE correctly?

Possible correct suggestions for the misspelling "feale" could be "female" or "fleece". It's important to consider the context of the misspelling to determine the correct spelling. If the misspelling is in reference to a person or animal, "female" is likely the correct spelling. However, if it's in reference to a type of fabric, "fleece" would be the correct spelling.

List of suggestions on how to spell feale correctly

  • ale I went to the brewery and ordered a cold pint of ale.
  • bale
  • dale
  • deal
  • dealer I bought my car from a used car dealer.
  • Earle Earle finished his work early and decided to go for a walk.
  • fable The story about the tortoise and the hare is a well-known fable.
  • face I looked at my face in the mirror and noticed a new wrinkle.
  • fade Over time, the colors of the painting started to fade.
  • fake He was wearing a fake watch.
  • fall
  • false What a false statement!
  • Fame His fame as a singer grew after he released his latest album.
  • fare I'm going to the fare machine to change my ticket.
  • fate Your fate lies within your own hands.
  • FAVE I love strawberries, but I always end up eating my fave instead.
  • Faye Faye looks downright dangerous when she's angry.
  • faze
  • fealty The knights swore fealty to their king, promising to be loyal and obedient to him always.
  • fear The fear of failure often prevents people from taking risks and pursuing their dreams.
  • feat The athlete accomplished an incredible feat by breaking the world record in the high jump.
  • fecal The laboratory technician collected a sample of fecal matter from the patient's stool for further analysis.
  • fee She charged me a fee to clean the house.
  • feeble She was feeling a bit feeble after the long trip.
  • feel I feel like sleeping for hours.
  • feeler
  • fell She fell from the tree and landed on the ground with a thud.
  • fella My brother's fella finally proposed to her after dating for five years.
  • felled The lumberjack felled the towering tree with one swift stroke of his axe.
  • feller She broke his favorite walking stick and he let her have it - she was a feller!
  • felt I felt a sense of relief wash over me when I finished my final exam.
  • female All female astronauts are required to wear a seatbelt while in space.
  • feral The feral cat in the alleyway was too wild and scared to come close to me.
  • ferule ferule means a stiff, long stick used to correct children.
  • fetal The fetal heartbeat could be detected through ultrasound.
  • fete We had a lovely fete to celebrate our new home.
  • fettle She tried to fettle her hair, but it was impossible to straighten it.
  • file I have a file of pictures of my family.
  • finale This was the finale of the play.
  • flake
  • foal I spotted a foal in the pasture.
  • foaled The mare foaled a beautiful bay foal last night.
  • gale The gale winds battered the coast.
  • hale
  • heal Doctor heal me.
  • healer I need to find a healer for my injury.
  • kale I love kale and it's one of my favorite vegetables.
  • male Thousands of male skiers descend on the slopes each day.
  • meal I usually have a meal after work.
  • Neal Neal Armstrong was the first person to step onto the moon.
  • pale It was so pale in the light that it seemed to be almost transparent.
  • peal
  • Peale
  • Pele
  • real The pain I felt after falling off my bike was real.
  • realer
  • sale The store is having a huge sale on all of their winter merchandise.
  • seal The seal on the package is broken.
  • sealer I need a sealer for my new paintjob.
  • tale She spun a tale about a wizard who could turn invisible at will.
  • teal The walls of my bedroom are painted in a soothing shade of teal.
  • vale She climbed the rocky trail up to the vale, enjoying the picturesque view of the mountains surrounding it.
  • veal In French cuisine, veal is the muscle from the calf of a calf.
  • wale The wale on my sweater started to unravel after I accidentally caught it on a sharp corner.
  • weal Weal the people were in need of food.
  • yale John graduated from Yale University.
  • zeal The zeal of the protesters was astonishing.

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