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Spell check of fur

Correct spelling: fur

Synonyms:
beaver, red fox, bolero, nightgown, angora, nap, mink, turtle-neck, armor, vestment, karakul, cashmere, DJ, alpaca, sweater, ermine, v-neck, cape, muskrat, pinafore, pile, blue jeans, windbreaker, Lurex, garment, smoking jacket, pillbox, housecoat, skirt, dressing gown, wool, ulster, clothes, coonskin, petticoat, dinner jacket, fitch, sheepskin, dress, tuxedo, chemise, array, t-shirt, costume, American mink, lint, stockings, fox, apparel, silver fox, blazer, trench coat, stone marten, shorts, weasel, kimono, wrap, shirt, caftan, kolinsky, pull-over, camisole, panties, sweat suit, attire, smock, tunic, fluff, bearskin, bonnet, chapeau, chinchilla, wrapper, sari, halter, beret, parka, pea coat, Jersey, beard, anorak, armour, pelage, overcoat, outfit, greatcoat, trimming, ensemble, gray fox, calfskin, headdress, Persian lamb, topcoat, bomber jacket, white fox, cony, burnoose, doublet, camelhair, scarf, sports coat, trousers, mouton, suit, crinoline, fedora, poncho, leopard cat, mackintosh, squirrel, astrakhan, Stetson, blue fox, footgear, hat, shoes, sweat shirt, hair, gown, slicker, hide, jumper, corset, brush, pajamas, fell, habit, pyjamas, vesture, duds, wolverine, Dacron, homburg, brassiere, kidskin, rabbit, otter, elastic, chenille, leatherette, pelt, Hudson seal, frock, dewlap, leopard, Afghan, skunk, sarong, floss, raccoon, shawl, down, duffel coat, garb, jacket, boot, felt, fleece, kilt, clothing, slacks, dander, surface, blouse, evening gown, raiment, camouflage, bathrobe, lamb, chiffon, monkey, robe, exoskeleton, skin, pants, marten, fez, bowler, raincoat, cloak, leather, lame, coat.

Examples of usage:

1) What haave ye fur me, Mary? - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

2) Aye, an' we find it hard enough t' pay fur what we're in now! - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

3) No, dear, it's fur me. - "My Lady of the Chimney Corner", Alexander Irvine.

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