What is the correct spelling for FOLED?

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Correct spelling for FOLED

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Possible correct spellings for foled

  • failed I think he would have failed her!
  • felled Next spring he would have to put up a shed against the north wall of the house; the timber would have to be felled that winter, and the planks cut.
  • field He led them some little distance along the road, and then across a field into a wood.
  • filet On the first day he had huitres, consomme, oeufs a la Parisienne, filet de boeuf, pommes de terre, Nesselrode sauce, chocolat.
  • filled The nursery has white walls-it is filled with colour; the fire blazes with a yellow-red gleam that rises and falls across the shining floor.
  • flood
  • foaled
  • foiled
  • fold
  • folded
  • folder
  • fouled
  • fueled
  • furled
  • soled
  • Doled The people among whom he had labored for a year, felt as if they had amply paid him for all the service he had rendered; in fact had overpaid him, as if money, doled out grudgingly, could compensate for all he had sacrificed and suffered, in his effort to break for them the Bread of Life.
  • Filed The company filed out of the front door and around to the back.
  • Fled They fled from religious and political persecution as from a pestilence.
  • Fooled
  • Fowled
  • Fulled
  • Poled
  • Floyd
  • flied
  • Foley
  • holed

28 words made from the letters foled

4 letter words made from foled:

3 letter words made from foled:

doe, ode, oed, led, dle, dol, old, fed, edo, leo, elf, eld, foe.

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