Correct spelling for FOULL
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Possible correct spellings for foull
- fall But some time passed before he had courage to fall asleep again.
- fell Then her face fell again.
- fill A good many people were still abroad, but there were enough in London to fill Mrs. Shiffney's drawing-rooms.
- foal "I hope," he cried, "that the brute has not touched my foal!"
- foil If our architecture in spite of all its splendours seems but a simple foil of our other fine arts, they in their turn, however admirable, have the air of being barely worthy to illustrate our poetry and literature graven on stone.
- folly He had shared the common lot, which gives power into the hand of folly, and places wisdom in command when no power is left to be commanded.
- fool But he can't fool me.
- foul Clifton at last may see how very foul is folly, and turn to wisdom!
- foully We know that two thousand, healthy, high-spirited young men, many of them sons of gentlemen, and all patriotic, brave, and long enduring, even unto death, were foully murdered in these places of torment, compared to which ordinary captivity is described by one who endured it as paradise.
- fowl It I use for wild fowl, and occasionally at the trap.
- fuel When it is dry peat easily burns and is much used as fuel in parts of Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
- full My heart and my mind are full of you.
- fully We found our party of twenty-six fully large enough for comfort.
- FOL Within doors there were cool bank parlors and insurance offices, with long rows of comely clerks writing in those Russia red books which Thomas Tray loved-or wetting their fingers on little sponges in little glass dishes and counting whole fortunes in bank-notes-or perched high on office-stools eating apples-while Presidents and Directors, with shiny bald pates and bewigged heads, some heroically with permanent spectacles and others coyly and weakly with eye-glasses held in the hand, sat perusing the papers, telling the news, and gossiping about engagements, and marriages, and family rumors, and secrets with the air of practical men of the world, with no nonsense, no fanaticism, no fol-de-rol of any kind about them, but who profoundly believed the Burt theory that wives and daughters were a more sacred kind of property than sheep pastures, or even than the most satisfactory bond and mortgage.
9 words made from the letters foull
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