What is the correct spelling for FARCARD?
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Correct spellings for FARCARD
- accord She felt as if she was doing nothing of her own accord .
- arcade The north arcade at Billingham in Durham, and the thirteenth century arcade s at Tytherington in Gloucestershire consist of arches with large masses of the earlier wall left between them.
- card By the way, what became of the card ?"
- facade He buttoned his overcoat, settled the cigar rigidly into one corner of his mouth, stared with approval at the stone image of himself in the facade of Britt Block, and walked to the edge of the porch.
- faced He faced her again.
- fact "Matter of fact ," he said, "I don't seem to have one with me.
- factor One factor alone saved the situation for the moment.
- fagged They sit faint and fagged out on the verge of newspapers and books.
- fjord And soon he was standing on the deck of the fjord steamer, gazing at the two figures growing smaller and smaller on the shore.
- forged But you also forged Hale's name."
- forked He flogged on until the cots of the hamlet appeared on either side of the way; on, until the road forked and the Countess with strange readiness cried "The left!"
- forward Forward, men of the 'Hills'!
- foulard We sailed into Prince's, therefore-Eve charming in a lemon-colored foulard dress and a black toque; Mrs. Bundercombe in an Okata dressmaker's conception of a tailor-made gown in some hard, steel-ray material, and a hat whose imperfections were perhaps mercifully hidden by a veil, which, instead of providing a really reasonable excuse for its existence by concealing some portion of Mrs. Bundercombe's features, streamed down behind her nearly to her feet.
- fraud When they refuse to be governed by law or persuasion, they have to be governed by force or fraud , or both.
- haggard The latter was pale and haggard ; his clothes were neglected, and there were some days' beard upon his chin.
- laggard The slowest of all laggard minutes, the minutes which are reckoned by suspense, followed each other tardily and more tardily, before there appeared the first sign of a change.
- Fared Very differently would the travellers have fared had the good Nicky's intentions been fulfilled.
- Farmed A petition was presented to Parliament, in 1305, by the inhabitants of the former town, stating that, owing to the sale of corn, flour, beans, flesh, fish, and other kinds of merchandise at Crosthwaite Church, on Sundays, their market was fast declining, and that the persons who farmed the tolls from the king were unable to pay their rent.
- Packard Mr. Packard went out.
- faked And Crane, the radio operator, was dead when I received that S.O.S. It was faked , to bring me quickly for your schedule."