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  • beet Some hundreds of yards from the village I noticed a woman lost in the immense beet fields.
  • fat Do you think I'm very fat?
  • fate Think of Pawlick's fate, of your brother's death!"
  • feat "Marry me, Carrie," he said, as if to prove that his stiff lips could repeat their incredible feat.
  • fed "Well we do, and now we want to be fed.
  • fee So with the fee saved and the cheer and table out, I kin paper the rooms.
  • feed Finally I gave him a direction which would cut another trail-not where he had intended to go, but at least leading to horse feed.
  • feel It's love, and it's what I want you to feel for me.
  • Fees
  • Feet When he had the bit of stone in his hand, Monsieur Roger let it fall from the height of about three feet.
  • felt He felt that it was good even to live.
  • Fest
  • FETA
  • fete After the Theatre there was sumptuous lunch in All Souls', and then a fete in St. John's Gardens.
  • feud He looked up, to see the face of a man with whom in the dead years of the past he had been in bitter feud.
  • fiat Lawyers may plead, and juries may acquit; but the fiat of public opinion goes forth against the suspected wretch, and on his forehead for ever shows the dark brand of Cain.
  • fit It isn't fit for you to go on in this way.
  • fleet Where is our space battle fleet?
  • foot The Prince is on foot.
  • fort I was coming over in a day or two perhaps, to stay at the Fort, and if I do, I dare say I shall have to make a call on you."
  • fret "Well, I go with Sally, and want to get all I can in the way of health, learning, and manners while I'm here; and I'm real glad Miss Orne has come, for Madame's old-fashioned, niminy priminy ways did fret me dreadfully.
  • ft W. Vernoux, 1920 ft.
  • FUT
  • meet They happened to meet the other day.
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