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Correct spellings for FACOTIES

  • factoid
  • fates He lay awake all night thinking how to prevent the words of the Fates from coming true.
  • forties
  • Factories You may perhaps object that it is the march of progress, that the old order must give place to the new, and you might be right if roads had been run through these ruined woods, or if factories and schools had taken their place.
  • Faculties That would not do; he must concentrate all his faculties, every energy, to bringing this coup, born on the inspiration of the moment, to a successful conclusion.
  • Fogies His corner in the club, his walk along the streets, his cosy rooms, and the few old fogies, like himself, sharp as so many needles, giving their old opinions upon the events of the time with a humour sharpened by many an experience of the past: who counted every day only half a day when it was spent out of town.
  • factors Growth is the divinest element in life, and work is one of the chief factors in growth.
  • facts I asked him to name his facts.
  • facades The ridges are crested with human masses swaying to and fro, and the first red uniform is seen in the streets of Montebello, in relief against the chalky facades bristling with Austrian guns, pouring forth their ammunition on the enemy below.
  • FAGGOTS Maitland knew his friend and mentor too well to try to prolong the conversation, and withdrew to his bleak college room, where a timid fire was smoking and crackling among the wet faggots, with a feeling that he must steer his own course in this affair.
  • COTES
  • cooties
  • fagots
  • factoids
  • fatties
  • cuties
  • fajitas
  • abjectnesses
  • am big
  • are under obligation
  • art inclined to think
  • art indecorous
  • at proper time
  • bastilled
  • being wild about
  • dognap
  • highclass
  • more enmeshed
  • not make it
  • numbered among
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