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Correct spellings for FAIELD

  • afield Chapter Eight: A Gold Day At Silchester It is little to a man's profit to go far afield if his chief pleasure be in wild life, his main object to get nearer to the creatures, to grow day by day more intimate with them, and to see each day some new thing.
  • fabled Modern medicine has come to understand that these biological distributing agents are far more important than the fabled transmission through the air.
  • fail In time trees became scarce in many parts of the world and men began to realize that care must be used or the supply of wood might fail them.
  • failed I just want to know why our plans failed.
  • field He has set a new standard in regard to the handling of classic material, one which should open the field of classic lore afresh to future poets.
  • fielder Out between right fielder and center fielder the ball fell to earth untouched and Chub was on first.
  • fields Occasionally we crossed fields fifty feet thick.
  • filet She was so enchanted with a little shivering marmoset, which Miss Wardropp had bought of a wandering monkey-merchant in the Galerie Charles Trois, that Dodo forgave her the wonderful dress and filet, if she did not quite forgive Lady Dauntrey the surprise.
  • filled This thought always filled my mind.
  • foaled At about five o'clock the little mare that had foaled yesterday gave in, and would travel no farther.
  • foiled It was as though he had materialized out of the darkness, an elderly imp foiled in his mischievous designs.
  • Ailed She knows now what ailed you the day she came and you didn't meet her."
  • Filed One by one they filed away.
  • Fled I sprang up and fled.
  • flied Soup, flied chicken, hot vegetables, dessert, everything.
  • flailed As Captain Ephraim crouched for the leap, the sough of the rotten hull, working and heaving like the carcass of a shark, was bursting out in a score of places and the lumber deck-load rose and fell and quivered and flailed huge planks into the waves.

78 words made from the letters FAIELD