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Correct spellings for FAIRLYTALE

  • factual On the borderline of catalog and annual The analog emergencies are accurate and factual – Diamonds On The Inside by By Input
  • failed Which thus transmitted, if one mouth has fail'd, Immortal lies on ages are entail'd: – Religio Laici by John Dryden
  • faintly
  • fallible This, doubtless, I should have done, if we fallible human beings governed our conduct by our knowledge of what is right and proper.
  • fantail I scarcely ever found a Cisticola on the nest between sunrise and sunset," Colonel E.A. Butler writing from Deesa says:-"The Rufous Fantail-Warbler breeds in the plains during the monsoon, making a long bottle-shaped nest of silky-white vegetable down, with an entrance at the top, in a tuft of coarse grass a few inches from the ground.
  • fault When it's all her fault!
  • faultily
  • faultless He never needed preparation upon any point, his intelligence was always ready, and his principles of action faultless.
  • faulty
  • fertile
  • festal There has been rain during the previous night, but not much, and the whole earth seems decked in fresh and festal array.
  • fettle "Now that ye're in sich fine fettle, Anna," Jamie said, "jist toss th' cups for us!"
  • fiddle
  • filet
  • filled
  • fillet
  • filter
  • filthily
  • fishtail High against the chimney, on two dogwood forks, rested the long rifle with its fishtail sight and the brass plate on the stock for the bullets and the "patching."
  • fitly For three days the committee had been borrowing, with lavish promises of safe return, as many cushions, draperies, chairs, divans and various other articles calculated to fitly adorn the ballroom, as their families and friends confidingly allowed them to carry off.
  • flatlet
  • flatly
  • fleetly Calliope signalled me fleetly.
  • flotilla The flotilla of canoes closed in single file behind.
  • flute
  • foetal One manufacturer pushed a circular model, claiming that by all the laws of nature the foetal position was the only right one.
  • folktale
  • futile
  • little
  • palatal Since publishing my little volume I have got several new plates of Asterolepis,-a broad palatal plate, covered with tubercles, considerably larger than those of the creature's external surface,-a key-stone shaped plate, placed, when in situ, in advance of the little plate between the eyes, which form the head and face of the effigy in the centre of the buckler,-and a side-plate, into which the condyloid processes of the lower jaw were articulated, and which exhibited the processes on which these hinged.
  • philately
  • telltale
  • Faulted The composition of the bureau could hardly be faulted as it included men and women of character and learning; it also served as an early move for Babangida to co-opt, cultivate and involve intellectuals in the elaborate Transition [to civil rule] Programm
  • Filleted
  • Flirted
  • faults
  • fluidly
  • faultier
  • flirty

557 words made from the letters FAIRLYTALE

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