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Correct spelling for FORSURE
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Possible correct spellings for forsure
The camp was defended by fosse and bridge.
Solitary as the place looked, it was welcome to a lost man who was also hungry, thirsty, footsore and wet.
Roland, my fore man, there it comes!"
Seven hundred and fourscore men at arms his livery wore, did his bidding night and day.
There she lay upon the ground, panting with emotion and passionately going over her arguments: "why should i forsake the okee of my fathers?
The wall of yellow limestone had shelves, ledges, fissures and cracks, any one of which might have concealed a lion.
There is no trail and no guide, and many a step had to be retraced to get across or around some bottomless fissure.
Had he been taller, had his beard been pointed rather than square, he would have been graceful and even picturesque-but his figure, as he strode along, showed foursquare, as though it had been hewn out of wood; one of those pale, almost white, honey-coloured woods would give the effect of his fair beard and eyebrows.
"who is mr. foster?
"i warned you to keep close together," began joshua, but forbore to chide, as he saw the dumb agony in the eyes of the other two men.
Oh, why, my dear miss force?
"to be sure," said chumbley.
Picture B-More on the floor on all fours mind must've lost yours– Walk On By by fat joe
Who cannot foresee the result of such a contest?