Common misspellings for french:

frnch, frenc, treanch, fench, reanch, grench, frenf, frewsh, fanch, chrunch, frenck, forence, frrench, frnce, frenz, fernicher, frenhc, frech, friench, franch, fahrenehit, freance, ehrenreich, frienship, ffrench, frnech, forlunch, wrentch, foreach, krunch, breanch, forenic, frtench, frsesh, firebush, frence, frensh, frinch, freanch, frresh, fireinf, fremonth, drentch, freach, frecnh, franchie, frenid, forengn, frienf, freash, frendch, frencg, fernch, frensy, frenic, fronth, ronchy, forience, wriench, frenzi, frency, foreng, brench, frendh, freench, freinship, freuency, frenily, friendshio, fressh, fransio, freesh, foruche, frenship, frenchs, frenticher, freinf, frenach, fickensher, trentch, rench, flench, frenso, french, farenheith, frenis, frenchg, fresch, frenshner, friendshi, furnercher, grinch, rantch, werench, wrinch, vrench, feench, fdench, ffench, ftench, f5ench, f4ench, frwnch, frsnch, frdnch, frrnch, fr4nch, fr3nch, frebch, fremch, frejch, frehch, frenxh, frenvh, frenfh, frencb, frencn, frencj, frencu, cfrench, fcrench, vfrench, fvrench, gfrench, fgrench, tfrench, ftrench, rfrench, ferench, frdench, frfench, f5rench, fr5ench, f4rench, fr4ench, frwench, frewnch, frsench, fresnch, frednch, frernch, fre4nch, fr3ench, fre3nch, frebnch, frenbch, fremnch, frenmch, frejnch, frenjch, frehnch, frenhch, frenxch, frencxh, frenvch, frencvh, frenfch, frencfh, frencdh, frencgh, frencbh, frenchb, frencnh, frenchn, frencjh, frenchj, frencuh, frenchu, frencyh, frenchy, frenh, rfench, frennch, frencch, frenchh, nrench, f2ench, fbench, fzench, fvench, fpench, fsench, frmnch, frgnch,, frefch, frelch, freoch, frenkh, frengh, frenah, frenbh, frencx, frencl, frenci, f rench, fr ench, fre nch, fren ch, frenc h.

Usage examples for french

  1. I must learn his French.  Berlin and Sans-Souci by Louise Muhlbach
  2. You know the French;- a little more Biblism, one may take leave to say, would do them no harm.  Selections from the Prose Works of Matthew Arnold by Matthew Arnold
  3. They supposed that the French were at prayer, so they waited quietly outside.  Stories of American Life and Adventure by Edward Eggleston
  4. This would lead to the study of French history for the last forty years.  The Young Man's Guide by William A. Alcott