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Correct spellings for FDATA

  • dad Well, I knew that snake was my own sweet dad From a worn-out picture that my mother'd had, – A Boy Named Sue by Unknown Author
  • dada Girl you're the mama and I'm the dada The way you're freakin' it it so ya ya – Snake by R. Kelly
  • daft
  • dart But he has already learnt to keep out of the way, knowing that his presence would not otherwise be tolerated a moment, and occupies a position which enables him to dart quickly behind a tree, or a rick.
  • dat How much'll dat be a man, massa?
  • data More or less of this description are to be found on all the considerable plantations, and often, many on the same plantation; though we have no accurate data for an estimate, the proportion cannot be less than one in twenty-five of the whole number of slaves, which would give a total of more than one hundred thousand.
  • date And very good English too, as far as it went; for it was book-English, learned at school from books that are now considered out of date.
  • ddt One of the earliest and most famous examples of this was the use of egg collections from the 19th and early 20th centuries in determining that the pesticide DDT was producing eggshell-thinning in raptors.
  • dot He could not allow it to be even suspected that the ardor of the correspondence, so sincere on his part, had in view the capture of a "dot."
  • fact In fact, I'm to let-and so are you."
  • fad It is just a fad of mine.
  • faddy I find the Squire has not so undisturbed an indulgence in his humours as I had imagined; but has been repeatedly thwarted of late, and has suffered a kind of well-meaning persecution from a Mr. Faddy, an old gentleman of some weight, at least of purse, who has recently moved into the neighbourhood.
  • fade We do not blow out our light with one breath: we let it fade gradually, like yonder sunset.
  • faded The dawn was breaking and yet the stars had not faded away.
  • fast "There they are, hard and fast!
  • fat There's fat ones and there's thin ones.
  • fatal This time the blow seemed fatal.
  • fate In this way, too, he learned to look on his fate more calmly.
  • fated I'd met him just a few days before, in that ill-fated conference in the White House.
  • fatima Patsy Kenny had asked to see her about something or other; how she had gone into the office to talk to him; how he had talked gently about Fatima, how sure-footed she was and how wise, and how little likely to be frightened as long as she was carrying her master.
  • fatty In a large bone, the insoluble matter is generally deposited in such a manner as to leave a cavity, into which a fatty substance, distinguished by the name of marrow, is thrown.
  • fatwa
  • fda
  • feat
  • fiat
  • fit
  • flat
  • frat
  • ft
  • sadat
  • tat
  • tatar
  • Dater
  • Fatah
  • Fats
  • feats
  • FD
  • FUT
  • FADS
  • FETA
  • Fajita
  • immoderacies

9 words made from the letters FDATA