How to spell FOLTY correctly?

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List of suggestions on how to spell folty correctly

  • bolt Then the bolt was drawn; the door opened a little way; and at his feet fell the engagement ring.
  • colt The old man, as he laboured under the weight of the colt, kept groaning, O Allah!
  • dolt What a dolt I was not to think of it.
  • falter Then suddenly Caterina's fingers began to falter, and she placed the plates on the table with a clatter, as if her eyes were blinded.
  • fatty "I couldn't see it before, but you have made it very clear, Fatty.
  • fault And it is not her fault.
  • faulty Not only was the prevailing method of investigation faulty, but actual knowledge of a large part of the animal kingdom was extremely limited.
  • fealty He had declared his fealty; to some extent, had proved it; had hoped that he was gaining in her esteem.
  • felt I felt sure that first day.
  • filet
  • filly My daughter found a colorful filly in the garden.
  • filter I need to clean my filter before I use the vacuum cleaner.
  • filthy
  • fitly The flowers fitly Bloom in the garden.
  • flat
  • flay Adventurous spirits flay themselves alive in order to experience the exuberant sensation of being alive outside of the body.
  • flit
  • float The floating dock gives the kayakers a safe place to rest.
  • flory Every day, she watered the flowers in her garden, flavored with a little garlic and a touch of flory.
  • flout
  • flute I can play the flute.
  • fly
  • foaled A foal is a baby horse.
  • foiled The plot was foiled when the detective recognized the suspect from a previous case.
  • fold
  • folder I keep all of my paperwork in a folder.
  • folio
  • folk Her folk are legends of the sea.
  • folly A folly is a stupid mistake.
  • font
  • foot He lifted her heavy foot from the pedal.
  • fort
  • forte It is important to use forte when speaking.
  • forty I'm forty.
  • fouled The ball fouled off the post and out of play.
  • foully It was foully polluted in the river.
  • fully The food is fully cooked.
  • jolt The thunderbolt felt like a jolt in the middle of the night.
  • lofty Hearing his declaration, she felt a bit lofty at achieving such an ambition.
  • molt The frog molted into a new skin.
  • polity It is the study of the principles and methods of government.
  • volt I have to change the battery in my flashlight.
  • zloty Zloty is the currency of Poland.
  • Fled I ran away from the scene of the crime.
  • Fooled
  • Footy
  • Fowled
  • Holt
  • Floyd
  • folds On the Foldscope, the unfolded image is the same as the folded image.
  • FLT
  • FOL FOLks in the know say that FOLks in the land are FOOLish.
  • FOLL
  • Foley
  • flirty
  • felts Can it be said that they rode? They sat feebly on animals, swaddled in felts and furs, the pagri concealing each face with the exception of one eye in a blue goggle; rolling from side to side, clutching at ropes and halters, moaning "Ya Allah!"-a deplorable cavalcade.

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