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Correct spellings for FARNSWIRTH

  • answer The boy did not answer .
  • fancier Young ducks are almost stupidly fearless of the person who feeds them, as long as he goes among them without touching them, but after he catches them they are as stupidly shy. It takes very much more patience to handle ducks as a fancier handles birds than the average human being possesses, and so very few people find them satisfactory for pets after they cease to be a novelty.
  • fancywork I-I want to make cookies, and I love fancywork .
  • forsooth When they're with us, their wives forsooth , they're old.
  • forswear You would forswear yourself.
  • forthwith
  • galsworthy
  • gunsmith
  • naismith
  • newsworthy
  • pennyworth
  • swarthy
  • swath
  • tinsmith
  • unworthy
  • wordsworth
  • Forswore
  • Forsworn
  • Ferns It was quite pretty to watch you hidden in the ferns.
  • fans Here visited the vagrant humming-bird, The nebulous darting green, the ruby-throated; The warm fans of the butterfly here floated; Those two nests reared the robins, and the third Was left forlorn Muffled in lilacs, whence the perfume stirred The tremulous eyelids of the dewy morn.
  • answers He returned to her her papers and gravely echoed her answers to his questions.
  • fanciers Some of these fowls were brought to America in sailing vessels very early in the last century and occasionally after that until the middle of the century, but attracted no attention, for the birds were brought in small numbers for friends of sailors or for persons particularly interested in poultry, and at that time there was no means of communication between fanciers in different localities.
  • fawns The Fawns lived at Fawn Court all the year round, and consequently Lady Fawn thought that air was to be found in England sufficiently good for all purposes of vitality and recreation.
  • Leavenworth
  • in-advertent

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