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Correct spellings for FALIED

  • fabled Perhaps it was all a myth, but it helped to give the upper wood a bad name; and out of these fabled materials William had built his fancy-dread and desire combining-a wish that, when he pushed the branches apart, he might see a lass bathing; and a fear that he would not be able to resist an impulse to plunge into the water and carry her off.
  • failed But had it failed?
  • falter We dare not teach them otherwise, for fear they may falter in the fight when it comes their turn, and the children of others will crowd them out of the palace into the poor-house.
  • felled Down came the club with a sweep to have felled an ox.
  • field We were told, first, that we had taken the wrong road, and were miles out of our way; and second, that we might put the cattle into a field close at hand.
  • filet Try Lobster Newburg, or no, here's a more expensive thing-Filet Bourbon a la something.
  • filled As soon as the snow's boats were filled and had pulled away, ours were lowered.
  • flared But since Sukey's marriage it had deepened into something like a mania, and now, in Hetty's case, flared up with a passion incomprehensible if not quite insane.
  • flawed She knelt there a moment or two, her lips moving, and her black eyes cast up at the great east window, cracked and flawed with stones and poles.
  • fluid Absolute weights have little significance since weight is affected to a large extent by the amount of fluid in the body.
  • foaled But she might have added that he was the speediest horse ever foaled on her father's range.
  • foiled Paul met the questioning glance of the hazel eyes and knew himself foiled.
  • lied You lied to me.
  • Ailed Cross-examined-For a year before the 5th of August last had anything ailed your master so as to call in the apothecary?
  • Filed The Rector walked to the window and stood waiting while the receipt was made out: then took the paper, went to the cupboard and filed it, locked the door and resumed his seat.
  • Flaked Add salt, pepper, and minced parsley to season, and a can of flaked salmon.
  • Flamed At this Stark flamed up defiantly.
  • Flayed He thought of the whimsical fate which so oddly gave the "Pro pelle cutem" of the H. B. C. to this unknown tribe of the North, and flayed one with the other.
  • Fled The pretty blush had fled now, and she was very pale.
  • Fulled
  • flied
  • flailed
  • offputting
  • offscourings
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