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Correct spelling for FROMY
We think the word fromy 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 fromy
Peter nodded and grandfather frog went on.
The rapids were a hundred yards wide, more or less, and, with such a steep incline, that the foamy waves dashed hither and thither and against each other with the utmost fury, sending the spray high in air and sweeping forward with such impetuosity that it seemed impossible for the strongest craft under the most skilful guidance to shoot them.
It was hopeless to attempt to reason with her in her present frame of mind.
Where was the filmy-eyed girl he had known?
Surintendant teruel and frey tullio bowed their heads.
Some duration into my foray, he cocked his head at me and raised a sun- bleached eyebrow.
I ain't never had on that frock-coat sence i was married in it seventeen year ago; but, sir, ever sence i've knew the moths had chawed it up, th' ain't been a day but i've felt shabby.
3. turning around suddenly, and rocking himself to and fro in his chair, he said, "i have been away from home three years.
Fearful was our fortune, terrible the fray, scattered all my army, fled they in dismay.
this rope we walk on will fray but you're gonna be okay– You're Gonna Be Okay by Sofie
Thou, of all souls the soul! the comprehending whole! of being formed, and formless being the framer; o utmost one! o lord! older than eld, who stored the worlds with wealth of life! o treasure-claimer,
We'll get you on from there."
Genius to you what most you value gave, the noisy forum and the glittering mart, the solid goods and mammon of the world, in these your life-and these with life depart!
"matter of form," he said, "matter of form, sir, when we know who people are; but you might have to do it yourself, sir, if you were in the service of your king.
It was over the kitchen, and through the open window came the penetrating aroma of roast mutton newly wedded to boiled cabbage.