Correct spelling for FREEBE

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Possible correct spellings for freebe

  • feb Editions of these were issued in April, 1488-9, and in January, February, and April of the following year.
  • ferber Sec. 2. In connexion with this same question of automatic stability, the question must be considered from the theoretical as well as from the practical side, and the labours and researches of such men as Professors Brian and Chatley, F. W. Lanchester, Captain Ferber, Mouillard and others must receive due weight.
  • forebear If we only could pierce to the thought of aeons past, perhaps we should find the men of the Stone Age regretting the times of the Arboreal Ancestor, and should discover that distant relative, while swinging by his prehensile tail from the branches of some forest tree, lamenting the careless, irresponsible life of his remote forebear, the Primitive Pre-atomic Globule.
  • foresee She has almost as great charms, as great beauty, as you have; but I foresee that you will make me forget her."
  • free Helen MacMurchy, M.D. Free.
  • freebie Bean played by Alan Arkin in the 1974 film, Freebie and The Bean Beans (Looney Tunes), a black and white Looney Tunes character Benjamin "Beans" Baxter, a character in the American television series, The New Adventures of Beans Baxter Bernard "Beans" Aranguren, a character in Even Stevens Bean Bradley a character in MySims
  • freeborn
  • freed
  • freely
  • freeze
  • freezer
  • frey
  • frieze
  • frisbee
  • grebe
  • robe
  • rube
  • Freer
  • Reba
  • frees
  • freebies
  • pumicing

14 words made from the letters freebe

3 letter words made from freebe:

reb, fee, feb, ref, bee.

4 letter words made from freebe:

5 letter words made from freebe:

febre, beere.

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