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How to spell FFULL correctly?

If you mistakenly type "ffull" instead of "full", here are a few correct suggestions. You could try "full", "fuel", "fool" or "fall" based on the context. Always double-check spellings to avoid confusion, and use autocorrect tools to rectify such errors effortlessly.

List of suggestions on how to spell ffull correctly

  • bull My grandfather used to say that if you mess with the bull, you get the horns.
  • cull The farmer decided to cull the unhealthy chickens from his flock.
  • dull
  • fall It's Fall and that means the leaves are turning color and falling from the trees.
  • fault It's not my fault you forgot to set your alarm.
  • fell
  • fill
  • FOLL
  • foul The baseball player was called for a foul after hitting the ball out of bounds.
  • foully He acted foully when he cheated on the exam.
  • fouls He fouls every time he tries to steal the ball.
  • frill I wore a blouse with too much frill to the office, and my colleagues teased me about it all day.
  • fuel
  • full
  • fulls
  • fully All of the flowers in the vase are fully blooming.
  • furl
  • gull
  • hull The hull of the boat was painted white.
  • lull The sound of the gentle rain outside will lull me to sleep.
  • mull
  • null On my way to work, I passed by a homeless person, and their null was hanging out of their bag.
  • pull I'm going to pull my hair out if you don't stop doing that.
  • Tull Tull was a prominent figure in the development of the modern agricultural industry.

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