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Correct spellings for FORSAW

  • farsi
  • fess I say dis 'bout Marse Fess Trunion, ef he ain' got de blood, he got de breedin'.
  • first Betray him first And the game's reversed! – The Riddle by Unknown Author
  • flaw
  • foal The old woman said: "All these are heads of those who once served me; they did not succeed in keeping my mare and its foal safe, so they had to pay with their heads!"
  • foam In the middle these waters foam and boil in a fearful manner.
  • foist
  • foray
  • force
  • ford
  • fore
  • foresee
  • fork
  • form
  • formosa
  • forsake
  • forswear What woman's lips can so forswear her dead, And give strange kisses in another's bed?
  • fort
  • fosse
  • frau "Then why-" "And the Frau Pastor will do her duty."
  • fray
  • fuse
  • fuss
  • rosa
  • saw
  • warsaw
  • Forsook
  • Forster Lastly, and by himself, there is Mr E. M. Forster, who has been forgotten a little in a hurry, because he has not, since 1910, felt inclined to publish a novel; he is still one of the young men, while it is not at all certain that he is not 'the' young man.
  • Fora
  • Oversaw Mr. Templeton had two children-a son who was with Price, and a daughter who oversaw the household, the mother being dead.
  • Ursa
  • Fears
  • Fees
  • Forms
  • firs
  • foes
  • furs
  • foresaw
  • forks
  • fairs
  • fops In one division of the sumptuous building were housed his Majesty's pages, a corps of luxurious indolent young fops; another wing accommodated the regular students of the Academy, sons of noblemen and gentlemen destined for the secular life, while a third was set aside for the "forestieri" or students from foreign countries and from the other Italian states.
  • fogs
  • OHSA
  • FORDS He wore a white tunic gathered at the neck and reaching to his feet, and on it the large blue mantle of thick stuff that was worn in cold weather, for it was in the winter of the year 31. We cannot know all about His parting with His mother, and the three days' journey to the Fords of Jordan, but we know that He came and stood with others on the banks while John preached.
  • SOSA
  • FAYS
  • FOBS
  • FORTS
  • TORS
  • fours
  • forays
  • unenthused
  • after-lights
  • after-lives
  • alightings
  • creamest
  • off-times
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