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Correct spellings for FACENATED

  • faceted
  • fascinate
  • fascinated The children saw Mr. Butler coming down the street, just then, and they waited in fascinated silence to see what would happen next.
  • fastened For one it was easy enough, for the other could lower him by the rope; but I could not discover how the second of us was to get down afterwards, as there was nothing to which the rope could be fastened.
  • sainted Ours appears to be without one, for I should never dare to allude to the feelings that urged you towards the sainted woman who bore your name.
  • scented The three scented a good story and hastened their steps.
  • Ascended At its close she walked back to the hotel with some of the other teachers stopping there, talked a few minutes in the hall, went to the office desk for mail, and slowly ascended the stairs, thinking intently.
  • Assented "Good," the other assented.
  • Fainted As he said this his face grew white and he fainted away.
  • Fasted At first it scarcely procured me the means of sustaining life; but how savoury was hunger when I fasted in peace!
  • Feasted And Paula was not long undecided; she took the proffered gem and feasted her glistening eyes with glad thankfulness on her recovered treasure.
  • Fended
  • Flaunted And one of those bracelets was the one that he had worn; for she flaunted it at him, moving her arm so that the light should make the gold glitter.
  • Fomented The emigrants had sullied their native land with blood, shed either by their own weapons, or in the civil wars they had fomented and cherished; and the indignant nation had long combated them, and pursued them with its maledictions, as the enemies of its happiness and tranquillity.
  • fascinates
  • feinted