How Do You Spell FOAL?

Correct spelling for the English word "foal" is [f_ˈəʊ_l], [fˈə͡ʊl], [fˈə‍ʊl]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Definition of FOAL

  1. a young horse

Common Misspellings for FOAL

Below is the list of 366 misspellings for the word "foal".

Usage Examples for FOAL

  1. I lay watching the progress of sunshine or shadow around the Frank mountain as the hours rolled on; then as evening approached the Egyptian groom took down the Egyptian mare to water at the spring, followed by the foal of pure Saklawi race, that never till the preceding day had had even so much as a halter put across his head,- a Bashi- bozuk soldier with his pipe looking on,- the Abyssinian lad carrying pitchers of water to the several tents, and the pools of bright blue becoming darker blue when rippled by the evening air. - "Byeways in Palestine" by James Finn
  2. Then the foal said, " Oh, my dear little master, come here, come here!" - "Cossack Fairy Tales and Folk Tales" by Anonymous
  3. Every night, doubt not, that mare and foal take their human shape again; and every night, perhaps, that foul enchanter visits in your fen, perhaps in your very stable, his wretched and perhaps unwilling bride. - "Hereward, The Last of the English" by Charles Kingsley
  4. Believing that his family were treating him with contempt, he repeated, in a towering passion, " I have not found the foal!" - "The South Isles of Aran" by Oliver J. Burke