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furniture

Definition of furniture:

Common misspellings:

  • furnitue (0.6%)
  • furnature (31.2%)
  • firnuture (0.2%)
  • furiniture (0.4%)
  • furnuture (0.6%)
  • furnaiture (0.2%)
  • furtiture (0.4%)
  • fernature (0.1%)
  • furniutre (0.4%)
  • furnitures (13.6%)
  • furture (0.1%)
  • furiture (2.8%)
  • furtniture (0.9%)
  • ferniture (0.2%)
  • furntire (0.6%)
  • funriture (1.4%)
  • firniture (0.5%)
  • fruniture (1.8%)
  • furniter (0.2%)
  • futurniture (0.2%)
  • funiture (20.1%)
  • furnitre (0.5%)
  • furntiure (5.5%)
  • furniure (0.9%)
  • furnitiure (0.7%)
  • furni (0.2%)
  • furntiture (1.4%)
  • funature (0.2%)
  • furnitured (0.1%)
  • furninture (0.3%)
  • furnture (3.3%)
  • furtinure (0.4%)
  • furinture (3.3%)
  • furnituture (0.4%)
  • urniture (0.2%)
  • furneture (1.7%)
  • furniature (0.9%)
  • furnicher (0.3%)
  • furnitur (0.7%)
  • funtire (0.2%)
  • funture (0.7%)
  • frnituer (0.3%)
  • furbniture (0.2%)
  • furinute (0.2%)
  • furnichur (0.2%)
  • fuurniture (0.2%)

Usage examples for furniture:

  • I need not tell you, Doctor, that a fine house and fine furniture are not everything in this world. "The Allen House or Twenty Years Ago and Now" – T. S. Arthur
  • There was no furniture in the place. "Sant' Ilario" – F. Marion Crawford
  • What furniture do you want?" "The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons" – Jacques Casanova de Seingalt

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