Correct spelling for KFULLY

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Possible correct spellings for kfully

  • awfully I like you awfully, dear.
  • cull I cull a few plums:- A duck-hammock for each person.
  • fall "Better fall back a little, Murgie," he said.
  • fell I guess maybe it's mad 'cause it fell in there."
  • fill I'll fill all his pockets with gold for that; and he loves her, you know."
  • filly By means of an elongated toe-piece to the shoe and calkins, which were shortened every fifteen days, the filly was completely cured in seventy days.
  • flay 69. 'How was it possible,' then Phoebus said, 'That you, a little child, born yesterday, 540 A thing on mother's milk and kisses fed, Could two prodigious heifers ever flay?
  • fly He would not willingly hurt a fly."
  • folly Surelie my Folly will prove as distastefull to him, as his overmuch Wisdom to me.
  • foully 24. William Viscount Stafford, the last who suffered for the Popish plot, was tried and executed in 1680. It appears, that his life was foully sworn away by Dugdale and Turberville.
  • fuel Misdirected zeal strips the hills of forest growth; the scanty pines of the higher zone serving as fuel, and the ruthless destruction of timber brings the dire result of decreasing rainfall.
  • full But the whole neighborhood is full of gentlefolk.
  • fuller Fuller came in with another newspaper just about this time and Ashton-Kirk showed him the story.
  • fully Michael took it very coolly; he seemed to have fully expected something of the kind.
  • furl About ten o'clock the breeze began to freshen, and though it might have been prudent to take in a reef or two, the pilot, after taking an observation, let the sails stand, for the Tankadere carried her canvas well; but everything was prepared to furl the sails in case of necessity.
  • gull Well, then, as Rahal knew that the safe return of Boris with the Sea Gull would possibly be an occasion for these friendly familiarities, she wisely took herself out of the way of hearing anything about it.
  • gully Another deep gully of yellow tufa-rock behind Fort de Kock, forms the first stage of the romantic route to Lake Manindjoe.
  • joyfully We were all served with tea out of doors, and the company remained together till after eleven o'clock, and then returned joyfully home.
  • july 27, July 1912. 1912d.
  • kelly Jimmy Kelly and a group of frogmen joined them.
  • Kelley Kelley came out of his retirement in consequence of some wrangling which had arisen out of the previous defeat of his pupil Sadler by Chambers.
  • FOLL 69. Philology, 57, 63, 94, 307. Phocas, 147. Pictor, Fabius, 52. Pindar, foll.
  • Wakefully She grew wakefully glad: it was her nature, not her mind, that had twisted in the convulsions of last night's horror of shame.

9 words made from the letters kfully

3 letter words made from kfully:

ull, fly, flu.

5 letter words made from kfully:

kully, fully, fluky.

4 letter words made from kfully:

kyll, kull, full.

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