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Correct spelling for FIRSTD
We think the word firstd is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for firstd
With clenched fists and blazing eyes he stood between the drover and the bound man.
I soon began to feel very hungry; for i must have fasted now nearly twenty-four hours.
Christmas day in the philippines is, according to the elders, a fiesta for the children, who are perhaps not of the same opinion and who, it may be supposed, have for it an instinctive dread.
Suddenly, as he feasted and made merry, he espied enid, who, mistrusting him utterly, would fain have escaped his eye.
But darrin struck him again on the head with his fist.
At least, firsts must have the following qualities: the bunches must be approximately uniform in size; there must be few or no berries missing from the stems; the grapes must be fully ripe, of a uniform degree of ripeness and uniformly colored; and the fruit must be free from insect and fungous injuries.
But stay i will first tell you something."
It had always been a pet scheme of mrs. agar's that dora should marry arthur; firstly, because she would have nearly two thousand pounds a year on the death of her parents; and, secondly, because she was a capable person with plenty of common-sense.
They had no faith to inspire them; the religion foisted upon them was repugnant to their consciences and minds.