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How to spell FEWW correctly?

If you've mistakenly typed "feww" instead of "few", don't fret! It's a common typo that can be easily corrected. The right spelling is "few", meaning a small number or amount. So, take a moment to proofread and edit your text to ensure accuracy and clarity.

List of suggestions on how to spell feww correctly

  • dew The grass was covered in a thick layer of dew as the sun began to rise.
  • dewy Leaves were dewy and glistened in the sunshine.
  • fawn The mother deer watched her fawn carefully as it wandered through the field.
  • fe Iron ( Fe) is a metal that is commonly found in the Earth's crust.
  • fear
  • feat He managed to climb the highest mountain, a remarkable feat for someone afraid of heights.
  • feb I am looking forward to celebrating Valentine's Day on Feb 14th.
  • fed
  • fee The fee for the concert tickets was quite expensive.
  • feed I must feed my cat before I leave for work.
  • feel I feel so much happier today than I did yesterday.
  • Fees The fees for attending the conference are quite expensive.
  • Feet I like to walk barefoot and feel the grass under my feet.
  • fell She fell off the ladder while trying to change the lightbulb.
  • FEM
  • fen The fen was lush and green, teeming with life.
  • Fer
  • fern
  • fess I couldn't help but fess up to my mistake when my boss asked who had made the error.
  • FETA I love adding crumbled feta cheese to my salads.
  • fete The school will hold a fete to raise funds for new sports equipment.
  • feud
  • few There are few people in this room.
  • fewer There were fewer people at the party than expected.
  • fey The actress had a fey look about her, as if she were from another time.
  • fez George wore a fez to the party.
  • flaw There was a major flaw in the design of the new building, causing it to collapse during construction.
  • Flew I flew to Seattle this weekend.
  • flow The river's flow was calm and steady as it meandered through the valley.
  • fowl The farmer raised several kinds of fowl such as chickens, ducks, and geese.
  • FWD I received an FWD email from my friend with a funny video attached.
  • FWY I need to take the FWY to get to my appointment on time.
  • hew
  • jew
  • Lew
  • meow The cat sat on the windowsill and let out a loud "meow".
  • mew The kitten let out a soft mew.
  • new
  • pew I sat in the front pew at church.
  • sew
  • yew The yew tree is one of the oldest trees in Britain.

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