Correct spelling for FOLLW
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Possible correct spellings for follw
- fall I was much pressed in spirit to speak on the nature of the fall of man, and on the necessity of having clear views of gospel truth.
- fallow "We've just begun-badly, I know, but we can fallow.
- fell Then silence fell again for several moments.
- fella Dooey-dooey first time; two fella boy come behind!
- fellow "My dear fellow, I know her.
- fill Fill it all up again?
- filly Go you off now and settle with the Major about the filly.
- flaw There ain't but one flaw in the whole thing: Morse will never know that it's me that killed him."
- flow Is this swift flow of being leading on to that?
- foal The three wandered on from one mare and foal to another.
- foil The duke got angry, and one day he took up a foil and defied the Neapolitan marquis to a combat.
- folio D'you see, I have them here in alphabet order,' he continued, bustling with an important air to a cupboard in the wall, whence he produced a thick folio bound in roughened calf.
- follow Always there was something about the English he couldn't follow.
- folly That Jacqueline was not far off from folly, he was forced to admit to himself every time he talked with her, but the admission brought with it a slight pang.
- fool But I'm a fool to ask yer-of course yer'll change.
- foul O the foul sin of it!
- foully I have never seen children more dirty, more foully clothed, more dejected looking....
- fowl During her visit to the fowl-yard after breakfast she began to elaborate these plans.
- full His heart is so full, so full.
- fully When Josie awoke in the morning the country girl was awake and fully dressed and reading a book by the window.
- Flew I flew out of one room into another, who broke the matter to me.
- FOL 10; History of the Coronation of King James the Second and Queen Mary, by Francis Sandford, Lancaster Herald, fol.
- FOLL 1, 7, 10, 12, 41-65, 66 foll.
- Foley Susan Foley began to clear the table.
5 words made from the letters follw
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