Correct spelling for FWEW

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Possible correct spellings for fwew

  • awe Dorothy's eyes went wide with appreciation and awe.
  • ewe Thus had he saved a goodly sum of money; nay, he had thought himself within reach of his high aim when he had discovered, that Christmas eve before Herdegen's departing, that the Junker had robbed him of his one ewe lamb.
  • ewer When Mr. Ewer was ordained in Grace Episcopal Church, San Francisco, Shirley became a member of his parish, and together with his wife she assisted him in the ministrations of good.
  • fe The maid has returned with the Ka- Fe.
  • feb Feb 14th, 9 p.
  • fed The spirit appears first to the daughter-in-law and is fed by her, then asks for his wife.
  • fee The entrance-fee at Vauxhall was half the sum charged at Ranelagh, but in spite of that the amusements were of the most varied kinds.
  • feed Everything helped to feed this self-confidence and contempt for others.
  • feel That's why I feel sure he never killed himself."
  • fen The fire alight, the two lay down, Hugo to fall asleep and Humphrey to rise at intervals through the night and throw on reeds that so the fen mists might work no harm to the boy, to whom he was now as devotedly attached as ever he was to Josceline.
  • few We have a few books.
  • fewer Indeed, the fewer of these a traveller has, the better.
  • fey "Yes"-she replied,-"I understand it now! It is a wonderful thing to be born 'fey'! But it is a kind of witchcraft,-and you would be displeased-"
  • fez The head was covered with the shasheeah, or fez, with a large blue silk tassel hanging prettily from the crown.
  • fief It was finally agreed between the two contracting parties that the pope should give to Albert the possessions of his ally, and that Albert should acknowledge that the western empire was a grant as a fief from the pope, that the electors derived their right from the Roman See, and that he would defend the papal interests with his arms.
  • flaw But for his residence on the Continent the question of the flaw in his marriage might no doubt have been raised long since.
  • flea "Well, senor," answered Don Quixote, "if you do not like to be a spectator of this tragedy, as in your opinion it will be, spur your flea-bitten mare, and place yourself in safety."
  • flee Flee, ere the heavens rain forth Lightnings to blast us for these horrors!
  • flow The rivers in nearly all cases flow from the centre outward to the sea.
  • foe The horse-thieves, of course, are absolutely indifferent whether they plunder friend or foe.
  • free The subjects over whom I reign obey me better than the Russians, who still retain a trace of free will, submit to their Czar.
  • frey Yngvi is a name of the god Frey, from whom the kings of Norway and the early kings of Sweden were believed to have sprung.
  • fuel It is we who are the stokers, we who are ever flinging fresh fuel under the boiler.
  • owe
  • twee
  • view
  • wee
  • wei
  • wow
  • Feet The river whispered at their feet.
  • Fer I've got two sheets of paper jest like this, with nice blue lines onto it, that I've been a-savin' fer a letter, and Miss Hathaway, she's got ink."
  • Fie Fie upon't, Madam, that you should have so little Courage; your Father takes this Fellow to be Alonzo.
  • Flew This soon flew past, and he was strongly bound Till seven long years should, in their course, move round.
  • We
  • Whew
  • Fees There are no guinea or five-guinea fees here.
  • foes Hitherto Napoleon had completely outwitted his foes.
  • FEM The finite element method (FEM) is a numerical technique for finding approximate solutions to boundary value problems for differential equations.
  • FWD However, the designations AWD and all-wheel drive long predated the trend, with Associated Equipment Company (AEC) building AWD trucks in conjunction with FWD (UK) in 1929, and General Motors manufacturing a line as "all-wheel drive" as early as the late 1930s.
  • FWY
  • phew

2 words made from the letters fwew

3 letter words made from fwew:

few, eww.

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