What is the correct spelling for FASCAD?
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Correct spellings for FASCAD
- asgard With this chain the messenger hastened back over the Rainbow Bridge to Asgard .
- cascade The perfume of sweet flowers rose from the terrace, and below rushed the cascade . Boiled in twisted jade Pearly wooden fish-fight Calico cascade Portable nylon lobster – Liquified by meat puppets
- facade He looked at her-warm and fragrant and radiant, in her soft, white gown, in her low lounging-chair, so near, so near to him-he looked at her glowing eyes, her red lips, her rich brown hair, at the white-and-rose of her skin, at the delicate blue veins in her forehead, at her fine white hands, clasped loosely together in her lap, at the flowing lines of her figure, with its supple grace and strength; and behind her, surrounding her, accessory to her, he was conscious of the golden August world, in the golden August weather-of the green park, and the pure sunshine, and the sweet, still air, of the blue lake, and the blue sky, and the mountains with their dark-blue shadows, of the long marble terrace, and the gleaming marble facade of the house, and the marble balustrade, with the jessamine twining round its columns.
- faced Philippa rose from her seat and took two or three steps across the room; then she turned and faced her friend.
- facet The Ashramas system is one facet of the complex Dharma concept in Hinduism.
- fact The fact did not occur to Lockley.
- fast They rode so fiercely that, their horses being good, they came to the gates of Yarmouth in little more than an hour and a half, and that is fast riding.
- Fasted A story is told of two men who were traveling in this manner in Mexico, when two or three wolves, who, one would suppose, had fasted a good while, fell upon the men and their horses, and it was a matter of some doubt, for a time, who would be the victors, the travelers or their assailants.
- faked There was not the slightest doubt that the animal she beheld, although somewhat faked , was one of the monkey tribe.