Correct spelling for FIIGRE
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Possible correct spellings for fiigre
- fare For we shall fare badly in all this.
- fibre She is a lady in fibre.
- fig Now the sergeant wandered along, and wandered along, and wandered along, till he came to the bank of a stream on which there grew fig trees, white and black.
- figure But we couldn't figure out what they were for.
- figured "Three thousand for you and two for us, was what we figured was fair," said Billy Getz.
- filigree He could see the trees roll upwards before him in sombre ranks until their topmost sprays cut in a thin filigree very high up against the sky, and he knew that he must now leave the easy trail and cross the big divide.
- fire A fire had broken out near there.
- fixer He sauntered out leisurely; he did not saunter out of the main door, or, if he did, the fixer failed to meet him.
- fore And she made a painter's gesture with her fore-finger and thumb.
- forge So she sailed away down the great river, and the blacksmith returned to his forge.
- forger You don't want a forger for a brother-in-law."
- forgery Another thing, it is no new business for Mr. Packard to practice forgery.
- Figaro "The Marriage of Figaro," by Mozart, was performed at the Karnthnerthor Theatre to-night, and this favorite opera of the Viennese had attracted so large an audience that not a seat was vacant, and the baron had to elbow his way with no little difficulty through the crowd filling the pit, in order to reach a point where he might be able to see every part of the house, and discover him for whose sake he had come.
- figures Then the curtains were wrenched aside, and two figures rushed out shrieking into the darkness of the garden.
- FAIRER Enide leads away her fair cousin, fairer than Helen, more graceful and charming.
22 words made from the letters fiigre
Misspelling of the day
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