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Correct spelling for FORUNTE
We think the word forunte is a misspelling. It could be just an incorrect spelling of the words which are suggested below. Review the list and pick the word which you think is the most suitable. For your convenience, we put a usage example below each word
Possible correct spellings for forunte
- Font(Definition of font)
- Found(Definition of found)
- Brunet(Definition of brunet)
- Runty(Definition of runty)
- Founder(Definition of founder)
- Fortunate(Definition of fortunate)
- Frond(Definition of frond)
- Front(Definition of front)
- Runt(Definition of runt)
- Frontier(Definition of frontier)
- Fruit(Definition of fruit)
- Fount(Definition of fount)
- Fronted(Definition of Fronted)
- Fronde(Definition of Fronde)
- Frunze(Definition of frunze)
The first day or two she watched her niece on the sly, just to see whether she regretted font abbey, or, in other words, mr. talboys.
Mckee, roused from his state of abstraction, observed bronte sitting at the debris and empty plates.
He must go on talking until roden was found.
The company was sibilet, who, under pretext of discussing the verdict brunet had just handed in, was talking to rigou of quite other matters.
Zane was the founder of wheeling, zanesville, martin's ferry, and bridgeport.
"it was fortunate that the accident occurred before noon, for at that hour the children would have been leaving school, and," etc, etc-suggestion of the horror of what might have been.
Excluding some rarer species we mention one other example-the broom-like s. scoparia, the frond of which is coarse and very rigid, of a dark-brown colour, two or three inches long, with the lower portion clothed by woolly fibres.
The wounds of black gandil were all in front, and when mcgurk and i meet it's going to be face to face."
Fabric it seemed of diamond and of gold, with alabaster domes and silver spires, and blazing terrace upon terrace, high uplifted: here, serene pavilions bright, in avenues disposed; there, towers begirt with battlements, that on their restless fronts bore stars-illumination of all gems!
It is enough for me to drive it back more than twenty or twenty-five miles from my frontier."
The houses on this court are occupied by italian fruit-venders for the most part.
Gaynor frowned, impressed as king had been before him.
The midas that may turn to joy the grief-fount of the soul; that paints the prize and bids thee press with fervor to the goal.
It is fronted by sixty turrets, and between each turret there is a minor synagogue, and in the court of the synagogue is the ark, and at the back of the synagogue is the sepulchre of ezekiel.
Certain it is that once plunged into the eddying tide of the fronde, she loftily announced the project of remedying the general disorder of affairs.