What is the correct spelling for FLAUR?

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Correct spelling for FLAUR

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  • fair It wouldn't be a fair deal."
  • fall And the tears fall slowly.
  • far It is not very far away."
  • fear I had to tell him when he came in, for fear-What's to be done about it, Deirdre?
  • filer A lowering of his left eyelid gave the bartender his instructions, and a sprinkling of powder found its way into the glass that was thumped before Basil Filer.
  • fl The Estates of Zeeland went so far as to abolish the marquisate of Flushing and Veere, which carried with it the dignity of first noble and presidency in the meetings of the Estates, and offered to pay 100,000 fl.
  • flab There was a certain quantity of flab in the binomium and the proscenium was wide open.
  • flag We watched for some minutes, when a shot carried away the Duke's main-topmast, and she dropped to leeward, and Sir George Rodney, followed by the Namur and Canada, stood right in between the enemy's ships, not far from the Ville de Paris, carrying their admiral's flag.
  • flair Many names well-known at that time and associated with a flair for delicate delineation of character, disappeared from the magazine contents bill and the publisher's list, whilst facile writers who could turn out mild detective yarns or tales of adventure and gore were in clover.
  • flak Ballistic nylon was developed by the DuPont corporation as a material for flak jackets to be worn by World War II airmen.
  • flan A variety of candies, desserts, and confections are made with caramel: brittles, nougats, pralines, flan, crème brûlée, crème caramel, and caramel apples.
  • flap He lifted the flap, which he had let down, and looked inside.
  • flare She glanced about her with a flare of contempt, her smooth scarlet lip lifting in a sneer.
  • flat Caryl had taken a flat overlooking the river, and here they had settled down.
  • flavor A flavor of the old romances and the old comedy still hangs about them.
  • flavour And throughout the dream was diffused an unaccountable flavour of the old villain, the sea-captain, although nowhere did he come into the story.
  • flaw If you expect perfection in this world you will be disappointed when you find the flaw."
  • flay Next to them are the Budini and the Geloni, a race of exceeding ferocity, who flay the enemies they have slain in battle, and make of their skins clothes for themselves and trappings for their horses.
  • flea The Flea then went into foreign service, where, it is said, he was killed.
  • flier Cicely was therefore a little surprised when at the next hill this flier was brought to a walk.
  • floor He led us into an empty room, on the ground-floor of the building.
  • flour I had a bag of flour over my shoulder and my jacket was all white and my face, too.
  • floury -Boil the potatoes floury; mash them, seasoning them with salt and a little cayenne; mince parsley very fine, and work up with the potatoes, adding eschalot, also chopped small.
  • flu The bakery passed through two generations, managed successively by Harry and Judith's son Abraham (Abie) Grodzinski, who inherited the bakery at 18 on his father's untimely death at age 54; by Abies widow, Bertha Jeidel, who had immigrated from Pfungstadt, Germany, and took over the business when Abie succumbed to the Spanish Flu Pandemic; and by their eldest children, Harry and Ruby Grodzinski, who took up the reins in 1930.
  • flub
  • flue
  • fly
  • four
  • fur
  • furl
  • lair
  • lour
  • Flo As he neared the shore, he stopped and peered anxiously forward, and by the next vivid streak which followed a terrific crash, he caught one fleeting glimpse of the "Eb and Flo."
  • FLA As an example of this: In Jacksonville, Fla.
  • LAUE
  • FLAIRS There, Carlos Alomar had developed a guitar riff for Bowie's cover of "Footstompin" by the Flairs, which Bowie thought was "a waste" to give to a cover.
  • flours It is believed that a better quality of bread could be produced from many flours by slight changes or modifications in the process of bread making.

19 words made from the letters flaur

3 letter words made from flaur:

far, flu, afl, raf, ufa, fur, url.

4 letter words made from flaur:

5 letter words made from flaur:

fural, farul.

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