What is the correct spelling for FACEA?

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Correct spellings for FACEA

  • ace "I will take one card, if you please," he said, throwing away the ace .
  • dace Perhaps I am wrong to wish that the new Chillingly may be a little less like a dace .
  • face Such a look as came on Carpenter's face !
  • faced Dr. Conrad stopped in his walk, and faced round towards his companion.
  • facet Jaimihr-one facet of the problem and perhaps the sharpest-would have his hands full for a while, and the priests-wish how they would-would never dare omit the after-ritual in Siva's temple.
  • fade Very slowly the picture began to fade .
  • fake That word is fake , and so is the note, and the whole infernal business!
  • farce I could never go through the farce of standing up before you all at Gilbertine's side, with such a doubt as this in my mind.
  • fare "And fare thee weel, sweet Liddesdale!
  • fascia It is termed muscular rheumatism when it affects the muscles, tendons and fascia , and articular rheumatism when it involves the articulations.
  • fate But in what year had his fate come upon him?
  • fates Well, the fates must have sent you here now, for we are discussing such a very difficult question in the next room, that our minds are too small for it.
  • faucet Hold the hand or foot under the faucet or pump, and let the cool water wash it out thoroughly.
  • faze But it don't faze Virgie.
  • fazed Jim was not to be Fazed .
  • feces The feces may be soft and foul smelling, coated with mucus, and slightly discolored with blood.
  • fez They were all dressed in the Greek costume; one of the men who sat in the stern-sheets, a full-bearded fellow, with a capote thrown over his shoulders and a fez on his head, stood up in the boat, and in broken English asked to come on board.
  • fica
  • flea I'm Big Dog, Glenn Rob, listen God you a flea And the little homey jungle is a garden to me – Blueprint 2 by jay-z
  • force Caught up in gravitational force Our beating hearts – Sheer Attraction by Adolphson-Falk
  • fuse And I get mad tonight and light the fuse If you come in and find out that my dog bites You'll know the devil's here, collectin' dues – The Devil Gets His Due by Loretta Lynn
  • lace With your sheets like metal and your belt like lace, And your deck of cards missing the jack and the ace, – SAD EYED LADY OF THE LOWLANDS by Bob Dylan
  • mace They slam gun butt in his face And leave his woman choked in mace – How Many Tears by Graveworm
  • pace It has begun...! What a frenzied moment that was! Didn't they maintain an exhausting pace? 'Twas a thrilling, absolutely chilling Running of the Ascot op'ning race. – Ascot Gavotte by Unknown Author
  • race Large was his Fame, but short his Glorious Race , Like young Lucretius and dy'd apace. – On the Death of the late Earl of Rochester by Arphra Behn
  • Fame For wicked Cleon and his wife, when fame Had spread their cursed deed, and honour'd name – Pericles, Prince of Tyre: Act V, scene III by Unknown Author
  • FAA
  • Faye One day I was out on the farm visiting with Joe, and now and then I was glancing in the direction of Faye when Joe and I discovered Frank's trunk in Mattie's bedroom, which was quite all right since Frank and Mattie were married by this time.
  • Faces
  • Fees When the artless doctor sees No one hope, but of his fees, – HIS LITANY, TO THE HOLY SPIRIT by Robert Herrick
  • fazes
  • foes And that among so few there still be peace: Else can ye hope but with such numerous foes Your pains shall ever with your years increase?"-- While from his heart the appropriate lesson flows, – Guilt and Sorrow by William Wordsworth
  • fakes (Every smile, she fakes) (Everything she takes) – Girl Next Door by Julie Roberts
  • fades Dear me, how soon it fades !
  • farces From my earliest youth, when I used surreptitiously to remove the unsmoked ends of my father's cigars and break them up, and, in hiding, smoke them in an old clay pipe which I had presented to me by an ancient sea-captain of my acquaintance, I have been interested in tobacco in all forms, even including these self-same despised unsmoked ends; for they convey to my mind messages, sentiments, farces , comedies, and tragedies which to your minds would never become manifest through their agency.
  • FAVE
  • FAYS There are the "malfays" that came because of William the Conqueror's cruelty in driving away the peasants to make the great deer-forest for his hunting; and there are the good fays that help the cottage housewives, and the "tricksies" that frighten the wild ponies and pinch the cattle.
  • FARES But occasional good fares are taken on them by this method.
  • alightings

5 words made from the letters FACEA

  • 3 letter words made from FACEA:

    ace, aec, ecf.
  • 4 letter words made from FACEA:

    cafe, face.