What is the correct spelling for FETALL?

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Correct spelling for FETALL

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Possible correct spellings for fetall

  • fall "I want you to promise me that you won't fall in love with the first woman you meet.
  • fatal Never would the fatal sentence have passed my lips!
  • fatally These knew what it was from experience, and had now no fear for themselves; for the same man was never attacked twice-never at least fatally.
  • fecal Where water-closets are used fecal matter is generally added to the flow, but its relative quantity is small, and its presence or absence does not seriously affect the problem of disposal.
  • fell Then his eyes fell on the cablegram.
  • feral In 2004, a study reviewed 5 other studies of feral dogs published between 1975 and 1995 and concluded that their pack structure is very loose and rarely involves any cooperative behavior, either in raising young or in obtaining food.
  • fertile On the contrary, in small streams running through a fertile soil, fish are frequently killed of a most satisfactory size and weight.
  • festal He was an old man, gaunt and bowed, and his festal trappings seemed rather incongruous decorations.
  • fetal
  • fettle
  • feudal
  • fitly
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  • metal
  • petal
  • stall
  • tall
  • FETA
  • ignorings

47 words made from the letters fetall

3 letter words made from fetall:

all, let, alt, afl, lea, aft, tea, eft, fat, lat, ell, ale, elf, eta, ate, eat.

5 letter words made from fetall:

falle, aleft, tefal, talel, letal, leaft, tafel, fetal, fella.

4 letter words made from fetall:

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