What is the correct spelling for FOLL?

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  • boll The adult or mature weevil develops from the pupae stage in three to ten days and eats its way out of the square or boll .
  • doll His face was just like wax, and he sat there like a wooden doll with his long arms hanging down stiff-yes! So you can stick your little pins in that voodoo doll Im very sorry, baby, doesnt look like me at all – Tower Of Song (From The Motion Picture ''Leonard C... by U2
  • fall "Did ever anything fall out so lucky as that? When I flashed on the screen, how the two of us cried. You're the bright little star, never never to fall, And now no one can stop your ascent to the top, You're the best of them all. – The Best in the World by Unknown Author
  • fell We had been travelling for about ten days or a fortnight when my father again fell ill. I wrote Eliza love letters until she fell I wrote about The Constitution and defended it well – Hurricane by Unknown Author
  • fill He sat down on the sand, and began to fill his pipe. I would I could adopt your will, See with your eyes, and set my heart Beating by yours, and drink my fill At your soul's springs,---your part my part – Two In The Campagna by Robert Browning
  • foal She has a mare and a foal , and he who is her servant must tend them for three days and three nights; if he succeeds in guarding them and returns them to the old woman, he is entitled to choose a horse from her stable.
  • foil If some friend would happen along to foil you in your cowardly purpose--" "White man send for friend!"
  • fold I told the men he was dead, and had everything brought within the cattle-fold, lighted a fire, and closed the entrance as well as we could.
  • folk Every day findeth him yet on life and the talk of folk redoubleth suspicion on thee; so do thou do him dead, that the talk may be made an end of."
  • folly He must know that the game is up, and that any attempt at getting away from me is worse than folly .
  • fool And suddenly Louie saw-fool that she had been not to see it before!
  • foul He is the true son of the dead Mohar, and the foul traitor Paaker is the gardener's son.
  • fowl This was because he had once accidentally killed a fowl .
  • full "I'm going to have my house full .
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  • Coll In 1861, however, he attained the object of his ambition, being elected Rector of Lincoln Coll .
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