How to spell FFOUR correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell ffour correctly

  • far And so far so well.
  • favour I'm going-I want to ask a great favour of you, Mrs. Brinkley.
  • fir But the nest was so well hidden by the boughs of the fir, that it was quite invisible from below.
  • flour Add the boiling milk, by degrees, to the flour and butter, stirring without ceasing.
  • foe A sworn foe of 'meum and tuum', and wholly incapable of economy, he left the whole care of his house to his valet, who robbed him, but the baron knew it and made no objection.
  • foul "Mister," he ordered Darrin, "receive this foul sheet.
  • four She was not a child, for when her father took the place she was twenty-four.
  • fur The Japanese, in traveling first-class, generally brings a rug or fur, which he spreads over the seat.
  • Fer He's paid my rent fer the last time."
  • Our What have you done with our girl?
  • FOO God giue vs grace, the weyes for to keepe Of his precepts, and slugly not to sleepe In shame of sinne: that our verry foo Might be to vs conuers, and turned so.
  • FF C. Pomponius Graecinus, the recipient of ix, must have had some political influence, since the poem is in celebration of his becoming suffect consul in 16. But he probably owed this influence to his brother Flaccus, a close friend of Tiberius who succeeded Graecinus as consul ordinarius for 17, and whom Ovid gives prominent mention at ix 57 ff.
  • fours But the horse was scarcely on all fours before Graham was on his back again.

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