Fourth
Common misspellings for fourth:
furhther, furthar, tofurther, ourth, fourway, faought, furthier, forthe, furtheer, coouth, couth, bourth, fourthy, foruth, fouht, faurther, feith, furthur, bouth, fitth, gurth, turth, fiath, aouth, forthy, furthed, fuorth, offerthe, outthe, forthan, douth, fourh, fuyrther, wouth, fiurth, furth, touth, foguth, fourrth, furthe, sourth, forthis, fuurther, soforth, ffaith, forthem, forths, forthen, forthly, nourth, forrth, footh, fouth, farth, feeth, noirth, forthose, fourht, fourty, offthe, feath, forboth, yourth, furty, frouth, forteh, fourtyith, forwth, fourtue, faugth, fiurther, fourt, soutth, nofurther, ofboth, furthr, dfurther, fowarth, faioth, formthe, forther, fauth, courth, fothe, porth, ifurther, furthre, afurther, fufth, foutrth, ofothe, fourther, fourteeth, foiught, horth, fiaith, murth, furtther, orthe, fieth, wourth, fiought, noerth, furthuer, gourth, gouth, forwarth, fortheen, furtur, fougth, fouther, fourtieth, hurth, fuirther, yuouth, fosyth, furtheir, thourth, wurth, faiith, forthat, fffth, fairth, forworth, mourth, norfth, fecth, youtth, woerth, tfurther, fourtheen, thurth, furthor, afourth, hadfurth, frthe, fouths, fourour, fouyght, fortth, furte, foreth, fourght, fough, forsyth, ortho, foutth, fouyth, forthley, futurther, horvath, faeard, feared, faeared, faford, faraid, faby bird, fared, fareheaded, farite, farred, farrette, fart, faryta, fay wreath, fayard, fear out, fearded, fearwood, feaver rat, feebread, feef broth, feef burrito, feirut, ferate, ferith, ferried, ferth, fharat, fipartite, firdie, dourth, vourth, tourth, rourth, fkurth, flurth, fpurth, f0urth, f9urth, foyrth, fohrth, fojrth, fo8rth, fo7rth, foueth, foudth, foufth, fou5th, fou4th, fourrh, fourfh, fourgh, fouryh, four6h, four5h, fourtg, fourtb, fourtn, fourtj, fourtu, dfourth, fdourth, cfourth, fcourth, vfourth, fvourth, gfourth, fgourth, tfourth, ftourth, rfourth, frourth, fiourth, foiurth, fkourth, fokurth, flourth, folurth, fpourth, fopurth, f0ourth, fo0urth, f9ourth, fo9urth, foyurth, fouyrth, fohurth, fouhrth, fojurth, foujrth, fouirth, fo8urth, fou8rth, fo7urth, fou7rth, fouerth, foureth, foudrth, fourdth, foufrth, fourfth, fourtth, fou5rth, four5th, fou4rth, four4th, fourtrh, fourtfh, fourgth, fourtgh, fouryth, fourtyh, four6th, fourt6h, fourt5h, fourthg, fourtbh, fourthb, fourtnh, fourthn, fourtjh, fourthj, fourtuh, fourthu, ofurth, foutrh, ffourth, foourth, fouurth, fourthh, fgurth, fmurth, fnurth, foqrth, fowrth, fou2th, foubth, fouzth, fouvth, foupth, fousth, four4h, fourdh, fourph, fourvh, fouruh, fourtx, fourtl, fourti, fhourth, f ourth, fo urth, fou rth, four th, fourt h.
Definition of fourth:
 one of four equal parts; " a quarter of a pound"
 following the third position; number four in a countable series
 One of four equal parts into which one whole may be divided; the quotient of a unit divided by four; one coming next in order after the third.
 The interval of two tones and a semitone, embracing four diatonic degrees of the scale; the subdominant of any key.
 One of four equal parts.
 Half of a half.
 One of four equal parts of a whole; an interval composed of two tones and a semi tone.
 FOURTHLY.
 coming next after the third and just before the fifth in position or time or degree or magnitude; " the quaternary period of geologic time extends from the end of the tertiary period to the present"
 Next in order after the third; the ordinal of four.
 Forming one of four equal parts into which anything may be divided.
 Next in order after third.
 Next after the third.
 Next in order after the third.
 The ordinal of four.
 Next after the third; ordinal of four.
Usage examples for fourth

The Fourth Night of the Month. Supplemental Nights, Volume 1 by Richard F. Burton

" Yes, Fritz, you are just a messenger of good; the last two years the lord had another attack the next day after the first, then a third and a fourth. The ManWolf and Other Tales by Emile Erckmann and Alexandre Chatrian

After the fourth move every square must be attacked or occupied, but no queen must then attack another. Amusements in Mathematics by Henry Ernest Dudeney

Some children make a wish, then blow once and say, " this year"; the second time, " next year"; the third time, " some time"; the fourth time, " never." Woodland Tales by Ernest SetonThompson