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How to spell FUIRT correctly?

The word "fuirt" is likely misspelled and may have been intended to be "fruit". Other possible correct suggestions include "flirt", "fort", "furt" or "fut". The correct spelling will depend on the context in which the word was used.

List of suggestions on how to spell fuirt correctly

  • burt
  • curt His curt reply made it clear that he was not interested in continuing the conversation.
  • dirt I need to sweep the dirt off the patio.
  • faint I feel faint from the heat.
  • fair It's not fair that she gets to go out and have fun while I have to stay here and do homework.
  • feint The boxer used a feint to distract his opponent before landing the punch.
  • fiat
  • fir The Christmas tree was adorned with sparkling lights and strings of garland wrapped around the fragrant fir branches.
  • fire The fire department responded to the burning building quickly.
  • firm I need a firm grip on the handle to lift this heavy box.
  • firs The forest was filled with tall firs, casting long shadows on the ground.
  • first I will go first in the game of chess.
  • firth A river which flows through the village is called the Firth.
  • fist He clenched his fist and punched the wall in anger.
  • fit The team is fit for the game.
  • flirt She couldn't resist the temptation to flirt with the handsome stranger at the party.
  • flirty She likes to be flirty and playful with her coworkers.
  • flit
  • foist The salesman tried to foist a faulty product on the customer.
  • fort The fort was built on a hill overlooking the valley below.
  • fruit I'm going to have an apple for fruit today.
  • fur
  • furl The sailor will furl the sail before the storm hits.
  • FURN
  • furs The glamorous actress always wore luxurious furs to keep herself warm during the winter months.
  • fury I had such fury in me that I was almost overcome by it.
  • FUT
  • girt
  • hurt He hurt his ankle playing basketball.
  • Kurt Can you do me a favor and pick up Kurt from school?
  • quirt I'll give you a nice, hard quirt for that!
  • quit I promised myself that I will never quit until I have achieved my goals.
  • suit
  • yurt My aunt stayed in a yurt on her vacation.

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