What is the correct spelling for FAWET?

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Correct spellings for FAWET

  • awed They marvelled and were awed , for never in all his days had such speech broken from this man.
  • faced When Alfred reached the threshold, he faced about quickly and stared again at Jimmy for an explanation. These things have to be faced My fuse is burning out And all that powder's gone to waste Don't think for a moment dear that we'll ever be through – Indoor Fireworks by Elvis Costello
  • facet The Posterior Edge, very slightly concave, divides the small, transversely elongated facet of the superior surface from the posterior region of the inferior surface.
  • fact "Well, that's a fact , Jewel; that I suppose I had better remember. So I testify to the fact Chronic mixed with the Yak make a hellified contact – Eyes May Shine by xzibit
  • fad It had been a fad of hers ever since the tragedy to keep the room sealed, and, as I saw no reason for gainsaying her, I had never interfered. Sometimes love was pure and sweet And sometimes just a fad I've had love a thousand ways But I've never had it bad. – I've Never Had It Bad by Conway Twitty
  • fade Pondering there, immersed in frowning retrospection, the room, the Tracer, the city seemed to fade from his view. Till Yorktown's winking vapors slowly fade, And Time's full top casts down a pleasant shade – Psalm Of The West by Sidney Lanier
  • faded Follow not his faithless glance With thy faded countenance, 70 Nor teach my beating heart to fear, If leaves can mourn without a tear, How eyes must weep! Know that I can't tell you this light has slowly faded. Like mail that's never dated from towns still burned and raided. – Saturday Love by Angels And Airwaves
  • faint Isaac, I'm faint with fear. "Wilt thou be prais'd? Seraphic pow'rs are faint "Infinite love and majesty to paint. – On The Death Of A Young Lady Of Five Years Of Age by Phillis Wheatly
  • falter At his coming, Gold Heels, to the eyes of the crowd, seemed to falter , to slacken, to stand still.
  • fast A. Yes; and have held fast by me; I was not at Mr. Griggs's but once; but it may be send something like me; neither would I have gone, but they tell me they will hurt me."
  • faster They were gradually becoming real friends now; and the faster , because Holt was so humble as not to be jealous of Hugh's still liking Dale best.
  • fat "Miss Quirk," he said, "was well enough-but devilish fat !"
  • fate Happily it was a good horse, or the fate of the world might have been different.
  • fated If he knew for certain that poor Lapei was fated to die of the pestilence, he would gladly marry her.
  • fatty The two former, however, had gone for the day to Calgary, and Fatty Rose was hopelessly slow.
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  • Cawed Rooks cawed in the trees; the bell tolled its cracked note.
  • Famed Here were wives, and young widows, and matrons, and maids, Who came for their health, or to stroll in the shades; Here were Nellies, and Nancies, and Hetties, by dozens, With their neighbours, and nephews, and nieces, and cousins- All these had come hither to see the famed Fall, And you, pretty Sally, the best of them all.
  • Fared In the next story we shall hear how Howgill and Burrough fared in their mission 'to conquer London.
  • Fawned
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  • Forwent
  • Hawed
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  • faked It was a faked chart, then, of course?
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  • FARTED
  • sawed
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  • we'd

21 words made from the letters FAWET

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