What is the correct spelling for FLRMAL?

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Correct spellings for FLRMAL

  • female "I did not complain, but smiled upon him in a way that brought light into his eyes, and said pleasantly enough, that I was not quite myself in splendid solitude, that female friends were necessary to me, and I had parted with them perhaps a little too suddenly.
  • feral
  • filial
  • firmly
  • flail For if any would not be poor, afflicted, and despised in those times, either they could not become Christians, or becoming so in times of comparative peace, they were speedily scattered by the winnowing flail of persecution.
  • flame A goddess on a mountain top Was burning like a silver flame, The summit of beauty and love, And Venus was her name. – Venus by Unknown Author
  • flora
  • floral I'll bet that inside of five minutes she'd be back here finishin' the floral wreath.
  • flume She preferred, however, to take a personal view of the question, and expressed her sarcastic regret that she had not known before that she had been indebted to the great flume and ditch at Excelsior for the pleasure of his acquaintance.
  • formal The document was very formal , very complete; but whether such an agreement would hold water, if Gustave Lenoble should choose to contest it, was open to question.
  • formally Soon after sailing the members of the Commission were formally introduced to each other and, strange to relate, with but a single exception, no two of the party had ever met before beginning the journey.
  • formula His influence has been very great in recent years, as artists have felt that it offered a new formula for design and colour.
  • frail The granddaughter had been named for her, and Grandmother was frail and old and needed attention.
  • frame But he was not in a happy frame of mind.
  • frill The spotless pinafore which covered this dress had the most fetching little frill around it; all in all, it was doubtful if any studio in London, even one belonging to the most celebrated painter, had in it as pretty a picture as Miss Maggie Linderham was that afternoon.
  • frugal He stopped just outside the village and ate his frugal dinner, which by this time he was prepared to relish.
  • plural 11 is in the plural , it has been supposed that the verse originally read, "set the crowns upon the head of Zerubbabel and upon the head of Joshua."
  • primal But all our taking thought will have been vain, if it is not now patent that the first beauty of literature is, and must be, its identity with the central flame of life,-the primal conditions of our being.

18 words made from the letters FLRMAL

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