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How to spell FELLL correctly?

If you've mistakenly typed "felll" instead of "fell", worry not! It happens to the best of us. Here are a few correct suggestions to consider: "fell", "feel", "felled" or "fellow". Remember to proofread to make sure your writing is error-free!

List of suggestions on how to spell felll correctly

  • bell The school bell rang as the students hurried to their next class.
  • cell
  • dell I saw a beautiful dell filled with wildflowers while hiking in the countryside.
  • ell
  • Ella Ella loved spending time outdoors.
  • fall I love the beautiful colors of fall.
  • falls Prince Edward County was once known for its beautiful falls.
  • fecal Fecal matter is the waste that is expelled from the anus during bowel movements.
  • feel
  • feels She feels happy after spending time with her family.
  • fell The tree that fell in the neighbor's yard startled them.
  • fella I saw that fella walking down the street earlier today.
  • fellas "Hey fellas, who's up for a game of basketball?
  • felled
  • feller That guy is a real Feller.
  • fellow I had the pleasure of meeting a fellow traveler on my journey.
  • fells It is said that the prominent peaks in the Fells are the ghosts of several Norse gods and goddesses.
  • felon
  • felt
  • feral There are feral kittens in the alley.
  • fetal Fetal development is a process that begins with the fertilization of an egg by a sperm.
  • fill I'll need a gallon of gasoline to fill the tank.
  • fills
  • filly The groom led the filly into the stable for grooming and training.
  • FOLL
  • folly The folly of man is his greatest source of wonder.
  • frill I received a frill as a gift.
  • full The milk is full of milk.
  • fulls
  • fully
  • he'll He'll be late for dinner if he doesn't hurry.
  • jell I used the Jell-O recipe from my mom.
  • Nell Nell was excited to start her new job as a teacher.
  • sell
  • tell
  • We'll
  • well
  • yell I saw a large snake just yell as it was consumed by a pack of hungry lions.

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