Correct spelling for FOLLLW
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Possible correct spellings for folllw
- fall He very nearly expected them to fall over upon him.
- fallow I found Moodie and Monaghan employed in piling up heaps of bush near the house, which they intended to burn off by hand previous to firing the rest of the fallow, to prevent any risk to the building from fire.
- fell They fell in love with each other the moment they met.
- fella We no see that fella.
- fellow Indeed, Fred whispered to John, "I don't believe the fellow is all there.
- fill Mr Carnaby, who was busy with others, found it rather difficult to fill up their time.
- filly Thou art graceful, like to a filly in the Pharaoh's chariot; thou art fair like the chariot of Ammi-nadib.
- flaw She turned it over again-she found no flaw in it.
- flow No doubt of it, it is much better, and I also secure the advantage that my prose is not full of half verses which flow from the pen of the writer without his being aware of it.
- foal "Sure, the blind mare's in foal," said the bow oar.
- foil Mostyn knew that the remark was a mere tentative foil against the verdict stamped upon the bearded face.
- folio He had succeeded in obtaining the adoption of the preface to his broad folio of an independent compact-he then proceeded to prepare the text.
- follow Shall we follow him?
- folly So here I sat me down, almost at the top of my fancy, to wonder if it were not folly as well!
- fool "This old fool will bear me out.
- foul Common sense told me to drive all thoughts of that wretched woman out of my head, but something I called honour bade me not leave her the triumph of having won the two bills of exchange from me for nothing, and made me determine to get them back by fair means or foul.
- foully A great many excellent men, who were utterly unprepared for hostilities, were thus foully murdered; churches were violated, and many atrocities committed.
- fowl If Whitey had been a dog, a goat, a fowl, or even a stray calf, they would have felt equal to him; but now that the earlier glow of their wild daring had disappeared, vague apprehensions stirred.
- full The widow's heart was full.
- fully "You haven't fully decided yet.
- Flew Do you mean that you actually flew?
- follows He told the story with a good deal of spirit,-so much so, that the silence which often follows a good story hung over the table for an instant, to be broken by Nolan himself.
- FOL Bullein's Bulwarke, The booke of the vse of sicke men and medicenes, fol.
- FOLL = 1. Fir. Foll.
- Foley Susan Foley opened for them.
6 words made from the letters folllw
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