Common misspellings for flows:

florst, follews, sfollows, alows, flowd, falow, llows, flowrs, folow, follwe, falus, foolwo, florsit, floww, fleese, ffloors, fallas, floos, foliios, flusy, flers, fiews, folllows, favulous, florks, follws, fillls, faulous, flloors, flecs, foleys, flasy, fows, foolows, fluse, falowd, flaus, ouflows, folers, flims, sllows, flow, foles, flots, flowly, falws, fflow, flowes, follsil, floops, floers, folows, follwo, forlots, flos, fluis, flose, jelows, flwo, flouers, flonase, flahs, flics, flo0ors, floof, folloews, faloww, falows, foolos, favolous, flowerss, ollows, flwoers, flighs, flowres, lfoors, elows, flais, falss, floorsi, aloows, fallls, ffos, follwos, flool, felow, fliys, follors, flawes, flowersw, lowsy, flods, flaes, furloghs, flars, flass, followss, floow, fllrs, clows, folts, flors, fabolouis, pilows, foofs, folls, flawor, silows, folloes, flowt, flie's, fllows, flowre, frows, flowe, fllors, fellowshi, fliss, floorshow, flowr, flooors, flvors, follys, floks, floyds, felows, flotes, floose, floosy, floorss, floows, flowy, flowwers, folse, floorsat, folws, fowles, fless, fallows, fbulous, flowless, flews, flodds, floorsk, flousih, folwy, folwo, folwos, wllows, vlows, tlows, fkows, fpows, foows, flkws, fllws, flpws, fl0ws, fl9ws, flo2s, flowz, flowx, dflows, fdlows, cflows, fclows, vflows, fvlows, gflows, fglows, tflows, ftlows, rflows, frlows, fklows, flkows, fplows, flpows, fliows, floiws, flokws, flolws, flopws, fl0ows, flo0ws, fl9ows, flo9ws, floqws, flowqs, flowas, flo3ws, flow3s, flo2ws, flow2s, flowsa, flowzs, flowsz, flowxs, flowsx, flowds, flowws, flowsw, lfows, flwos, fflows, nlows, fdows, fnows, fmows, flnws, flo7s, flogs, flovs, f lows, fl ows, flo ws, flow s.

Usage examples for flows

  1. If you can do that, you are not my son; you have inherited nothing of the blood that flows in my veins.  The Sign of Flame by E. Werner
  2. The place where it flows into another body of water is called its mouth.  Home Geography For Primary Grades by C. C. Long
  3. For the Throne is still the Throne, and the star is still the star; from the one flows justice and from the other light, and to them time and space are naught.  Lysbeth A Tale Of The Dutch by H. Rider Haggard