Correct spelling for LFOOR

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Possible correct spellings for lfoor

  • aloof Her tone was cold, her bearing aloof.
  • balfour But they would proceed to argue, as men like Mr. Balfour and Mr. Benjamin Kidd, with others of the like, have argued, that a natural morality lacks all coercive power.
  • far She had never felt so far away from him.
  • fir At Achthal, in Bavaria, air-dry peat was employed in 1860, to replace a portion of the fir wood charcoal, which had been used for smelting an impure clay-iron-stone: the latter fuel having become so dear, that peat was resorted to as a make shift.
  • flair She told herself she was afraid of Eda's uncanny and somewhat nauseating flair for romance; and to show Eda the new suit, though she would relish her friend's praise, would be the equivalent of announcing an affair of the heart which she, Janet, would have indignantly to deny.
  • flavor With a voice full of individuality of flavor and unusual quality, Mr. Carl E. Duncan, perfectly accompanied by his mother at the pianoforte, rendered "I Hear You Calling Me."
  • flier The cat can sail into the very eye of the wind, while before the wind she is a flier, and yet she is not the best sail boat for a beginner.
  • floe The pack in its southward drift had come in contact with Cape Harrigan's long projection of land, the wind had severed the pack, and, while the comparatively small section of floe upon which he stood had remained jammed against the land, the main floe, reaching far out beyond the obstruction of the cape, had been swept on and on, and was now floating steadily southward.
  • floor Arvid 6 flushed, turned away and looked at the floor.
  • flour As the streets were too well lighted, to give her the appearance of a white person through the veil, I called for a saucer of flour, with which I thoroughly powdered her face.
  • flow You the plainings, faint and low, From Misery's tortured soul that flow, 40 Shall usher to your fate.
  • foal Your specimen was caught when a foal on the range of mountains which stretch from Kermanshah on the west in a south-easterly direction to Shiraz; these are inhabited by several wild and half-independent tribes, the most powerful of which are the Buchtzari.
  • foe Could he be a foe to the approaching Indians, or one of them?
  • foil A burlesque is always an imitation shown off by the foil of some incongruous setting.
  • fool
  • foul
  • four
  • fowl
  • fur
  • labor
  • lao
  • leo
  • lever
  • life
  • lifer
  • lifo
  • liver
  • loaf
  • loafer
  • loco
  • loft
  • lofty
  • logo
  • loo
  • loofah
  • look
  • looker
  • loom
  • loon
  • loop
  • loos
  • loot
  • looter
  • lord
  • lore
  • lorn
  • lour
  • louver
  • love
  • lover
  • low
  • luff
  • Fer I'm not done fer yet," he gasped.
  • Flo He knew the danger of the place, and hitherto his father had always piloted the "Eb and Flo" through the Narrows.
  • Lo
  • Lori
  • Lora
  • Lou
  • Leonor
  • LR
  • FOO
  • FOL Fol. 356^b, blank.
  • FOLL

13 words made from the letters lfoor

5 letter words made from lfoor:

frolo, floor.

4 letter words made from lfoor:

foor, rolo, fool, olor, rolf, foro, roof, frol.

3 letter words made from lfoor:

ofo, loo, for.

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