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Spell check of fringe

Correct spelling: fringe

tape, charge, bias, smash, Afro, bound, boot, limitation, compass, blast, arm, zenith, bump, bob, smasher, bam, apex, strike, curiosity, bun, spectacle, deadline, coattails, skirt, aberration, trace, extreme, frontier limit, knock, acme, buzz cut, border, contain, encircle, beehive, bounds, bevel, paradox, lace, skirting, armhole, ruffle, breast pocket, boundary, outer boundary, braid, confines, environs, outline, black tie, rim, edge, contour, close, frill, coastal, fringy, brim, borderline, company, margin, bib, periphery, enclose, flounce, binding, circumference, perimeter, restriction, ringing, bobbed, number, limit, frame, trimming, curb, back, terminus, hem in, edging, blind date, surround, coffee klatch, side, bodice, flush, fence, bottom, extrinsic, internal, collar, bash, peripheral, bangs, coast, care label, maximum, extremity, end, hem, thrill, precipice, eruption, verge, competition, engulf, exception, belt, hit, do, cutoff, suburb, kick, kettle, evening, institutional, extramural, clap, dinner party, happening, occasion, marginal, sharpness, corner, event, inner, ring, tip, house, base, chignon, novelty, bang, rush, buttonhole, envelop, brink, outskirt.

heart, interior, inner, core, within, middle, center, inside.

Examples of usage:

1) Davey saw McNab behind him, his crooked figure and twisted face with the withered fringe of hair about it. - "The Pioneers", Katharine Susannah Prichard.

2) She was dressed in smart summer clothes; her hat was of a fashionable make, and a heavy fringe lay low on her forehead. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

3) I hope you see why I cursed that funeral, for bringing even the fringe of that old shadow back over us again. - "The Debit Account", Oliver Onions.