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How to spell FOIRE correctly?

If you've misspelled "foire", there are a few possible correct suggestions. It could be "fire", referring to a destructive element. Alternatively, it could be "moire", a fabric with a rippled appearance. Another option could be "moire", a distortion effect often found in video or computer graphics. Double-check the context to determine the accurate correction.

List of suggestions on how to spell foire correctly

  • afire The dry leaves in the forest set afire due to the negligence of campers.
  • fair It's important to be fair to everyone.
  • FAIRER I believe that everyone should have the opportunity to compete on a level playing field and for society to become fairer.
  • fairy Our fairy was there to help us find our way to the moon.
  • fare The taxi fare to the airport was expensive.
  • fibre Dietary fibre is essential for maintaining a healthy digestive system.
  • Fie " Fie on you for uttering such slanderous remarks," scolded the judge.
  • fir The fir tree smelled of pine and wood smoke.
  • fire The firefighters quickly put out the fire.
  • fired The angry boss finally fired the employee after multiple warnings.
  • Firer The firer of the gun was quickly surrounded by law enforcement officers.
  • fires The firefighters rushed to put out the fires that had ignited in the forest.
  • foe He had always considered her a friend, but lately she had become his biggest foe.
  • Fora I never go outside, fora the air is bad.
  • force She used all her force to open the heavy door.
  • fore In golf, you must always remember to yell out " Fore!" to warn others if your ball is heading in their direction.
  • forge The blacksmith used the hot coals to forge a new sword.
  • forte
  • four
  • ire His lack of action towards climate change sparked the ire of environmental activists.
  • loire The Loire is the longest river in France.
  • moire She wore a moire dress that hugged her curves.
  • ore The miners extracted a huge amount of ore from the depths of the mine.

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