Correct spelling for FORKE
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Possible correct spellings for forke
- fake Evidently Claflin accepted the bluff in good faith, for, although there were cries of " Fake!"
- faker At last Faker said,-
- foe He honoured Count Bruhl by keeping me at his house for a fortnight, and sending me out every day with his doctor, the famous Styrneus, the sworn foe of Van Swieten, a still more famous physician.
- fog Presently the Grandhaven crept out into a clear space, leaving the fog-bank in rolling clouds like cannon-smoke behind her.
- fogey We had been going for three hours, and when, cold and damp, we got inside a cottage for tea, I found that we had covered only twenty li-so we were told by an old fogey who brushed up the floor with a piece of bamboo.
- folk I'm not running after them-I'm wanting to find the folk who killed my cousin, and I only hope this young woman'll be able to give me a hand.
- forage From October 1st to the 5th, we were busy collecting forage.
- force On the daybreak, therefore, after bivouacking in that dreadful weather, Bulow's force is again upon the move.
- fore In his struggle with the other bull, one of his fore-legs had, somehow or other, got passed over his horn; and there it stuck-not only depriving him of the use of the limb itself, but holding his head so close to the ground that he was quite unable to stir from the spot!
- forge What, forge blades in a church?
- forged Then, as the pistol announced the close of the race, Tom's car, with what seemed a mighty leap, like a hunter clearing a ditch, forged ahead, and crossed the line a length in advance of the red car.
- forger If Walter Goddard died then and there, he would be buried in a nameless grave under the shadow of the old church; no one would ever know that he was the celebrated forger, the escaped convict, the husband of Mary Goddard.
- forget You'd better forget about me."
- forgo In Massachusetts the people and the Royal troops were facing each other almost in open hostility: in Maryland and Pennsylvania we flattered ourselves that a much more loyal spirit was prevalent: in the Carolinas and Georgia the mother country could reckon upon staunch adherents, and a great majority of the inhabitants: and it never was to be supposed that our own Virginia would forgo its ancient loyalty.
- fork He was not then ready to start, but was to fix that evening, and overtake us at the fork road where I was to meet Major Gibson.
- forked Several of the houses were surrounded by bears' skulls grinning from between the forked tops of high poles, and there was a well-grown bear ready for his doom and apotheosis.
- forsake In this matter of friendship they are ready to forsake the old for the new.
- forte But the queerest effect of all was when a girl had to play a piano-forte solo.
- forges Iron ore was discovered on the banks of the St. Maurice in 1667, but the mines were not systematically worked until 1733, when a company was formed and forges established.
- forks Every one seemed to be hungry, and, for a while, the sound of the clatter of the knives, forks and plates was louder than the talk.
19 words made from the letters forke
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