Correct spelling for FROD
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Possible correct spellings for frod
- food Did you bring food?
- ford I had a letter from Grandpa Ford, saying that he wished we'd come there."
- frog Again it spoke in the voice of the frog, but the tone was, if anything, less human this time.
- frond Just as the unfailing fall of dead leaves has brought about a forest loving clique of brown and russet colored small folk-frogs, crickets, lizards, birds and mammals which spend much of their life hiding beneath or living upon the brown dead leaves, so this never-ending drift of weed has evolved about it a little world of life, a microcosmos of great intimacy, striving by imitation of frond and berry and color to avoid some of the host of enemies forever on the lookout.
- prod Irritate Wilfred the Wasp, or stand behind Maud the Mule and prod her with a pin.
- rod Is it not remarkable, then, that in this, his sole earthly sanctuary, He who loved him with so infinite a love met him, visited him, not once or twice, but again and again, with a stern rod of chastisement?
- Fred Fred and John when they withdrew from the telegraph office were not so disconsolate as they had been when they had met their first rebuff.
- Fro The poor, distressed creature-for it was now to be pitied, even although it was a great, cruel, awful Mester Stoorworm-tossed itself to and fro, twisting and writhing.
- From 12,232. Do you buy cured fish or green fish from the fishermen?
- Trod Their feet no longer trod the causeway.
4 words made from the letters frod
Misspelling of the day
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