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Correct spellings for FAOURCE
- face He could not see the Rider's face.
- farce An open book was in her lap; she and Alix had gone through the farce of saying that they would read without speaking until Peter had finished some business telephoning; now he had joined them, but still she did not read and seemed disinclined for talk.
- fare That fare to know such a wunnerful lot.
- faucet After that he didn't have to pump water, he only had to open the faucet and let it flow.
- favour He said the colony he had founded was prosperous, but there was one thing he still desired; and that was the favour he came to ask.
- fierce Be satisfied, fierce Mars.
- force She thought: I can make an effort of will, I can force myself to die.
- forced He never ought to have been forced to meet me.
- fore In the fore-hold Biorn and Bork Watched the sailors at their work: Heavens!
- four It took him three or four hours ...
- furze It was summer time then; the sky relented somewhat; there was sunshine between the showers, and sometimes a long fair week of silvery weather, when a white haze of lifting moisture rose ever, like incense, from the hills, and the light shone white upon the yellow bloom of the furze.
- fuse He saw the fuse in his hand.
- source But that source was the cause of war, as its effect was the horror of women.
- forces There were overwhelming forces about to take the field.
- furs As for the Lady Annie," she added, "she was wrapped to her nose in furs, and you could see nothing of her but two large black eyes, that even at a distance made you feel sad and uncomfortable.
- farces Pamphlets, farces, dialogues, and poems came forth in quick succession.
- fours Suddenly it dropped to all-fours and came on quicker.
- affected pieties
- being punished
- being put by
- doing on one's own volition
- doing on one's volition