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Correct spellings for FEARL

  • deal There is tic toc in atomic Leaders make a deal Cosmic is largely comic A con they couldn't conceal – Anagram (For Mongo) by rush
  • dearly Don't fear the night, She will love you dearly Never fear death, And please never fear me – Live To Hate (The Living Fear The Dead) by Inkubus Sukkubus
  • earl
  • early We came early and we must go early.
  • fail "Oh, he does not fail to do so.
  • fairly He had never once looked fairly at me since I first spoke to him.
  • fall Everything seemed to fall in with the desire of the king.
  • far
  • fare
  • farm
  • faro
  • fear
  • fearful
  • feat
  • fecal
  • feel
  • fell
  • fella Miss Jacky's got her a fella!
  • feral
  • fern
  • fetal
  • fill
  • fl
  • flail The sound of the flail is heard in the old barn no more, but in its stead the scratching of a pen and the uneasy stirring of a man seated there behind a big box, threshing out a harvest for a loaf of much less general value.
  • flair
  • flare
  • flaw
  • flay Some day I'll break out and flay you and your friends alive.
  • flea
  • foal
  • foil
  • fool
  • foul
  • fowl
  • frail
  • fuel
  • full
  • furl It happened that the Roman was then coming with his sails up, not expecting an approaching contest, but in the neighbourhood of Croto and Sybaris, he had supplied his ships with rowers, and had his fleet excellently equipped and armed for the size of his vessels, and it also happened, that just at the time when the enemy were in sight, the wind completely fell, so that there was sufficient time to furl their sails, and get their rowers and soldiers in readiness for the approaching action.
  • heal
  • lear
  • marl A considerable variety of manures were in use, chalk, lime, marl, fuller's earth, clay, sand, sea-weed, river-weed, oyster shells, fish, dung, ashes, soot, salt, rags, hair, malt dust, bones, horns, and the bark of trees.
  • meal
  • nearly
  • peal
  • pearl
  • pearly
  • real
  • seal
  • teal
  • veal
  • weal
  • yearly
  • zeal Their religious zeal and simplicity of living had long since departed.
  • Carl
  • Fer "Greasewood's bad fer huntin'.
  • Neal
  • Farley
  • Karl
  • Perl
  • Earle
  • Fears
  • FOL Dogee, he no so belly bad fol to make eat.
  • FLA The item was dated Miami, Fla.
  • FOLL
  • acts the part of
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