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  • bearer
  • faerie Mr. Halpin's inference that Florio as Menalcas had already married "Rosalinde" in 1596, when the last books of The Faerie Queen were published, is deduced from the idea that the originals for "Mirabella" and the "Carle and fool" of the The Faerie Queen are identical with those for "Rosalinde" and "Menalcas" of The Shepheards Calendar.
  • faker I found that I had the same difficulty to confront as old Dr. Tanner; I received scores of letters from people who called me a "faker," and I read scores of newspaper editorials to the same effect.
  • fare Take the tremendous bill of fare into your own hand.
  • farmer The farmer is Napoleon.
  • faro There was the crowd hiding in the corners, and behind the faro-table stood the kid, one hand among the scattered chips and cards, the other dominating the layout with 'Curley's' 'six.
  • farrier "Get those shoes off," he said to the farrier, who came at his bidding, and Dandy wonderingly looked up from the gunny-sack of oats in which he had buried his nozzle.
  • fear We shall find him, never fear!
  • feather And you carry it like a feather."
  • ferber You will now connect me with Chancellor Ferber, please.
  • ferret I must go back for the other ferret presently.
  • ferry I began to work on a ferry-boat for twenty-five cents a day."
  • fever But he was carried off by a fever.
  • fewer "Yes, but that could be done by fewer people and for less money.
  • fire When he got where the fire was, he saw it was in the house of an alan.
  • flare Added to that, the cook and Liddy had a flare-up over the proper way to make beef-tea for Louise, and, of course, the cook left.
  • fore Now the fore air-box of the lifeboat has a round roof like a tortoise's back, and there is a very imperfect hand-hold on it.
  • fourier The boy who exploded it had no evil intentions; neither did Fourier and other speculators in philanthropy contemplate what might be the effect of their doctrines on minds actuated by the lowest and most inevitable wants.
  • framer
  • free
  • frey
  • furor
  • furrier And when, in the uncertain dusk, a wagon drew up at 478 and two sack-coated, cloth-capped men began carrying parcels up the stairs, is it any wonder that Berg, watching from the window of his delicatessen store, said to his clerk: "Dot furrier that rents der rooms by der third floor is putting some more things in storage over the summer, yet."
  • hearer
  • nearer
  • parer You be nothing but a parer, remember.
  • serer
  • shearer The old Roman barracks are bare and dreary lookin', but dretful interestin' to me for there our Lord stood to be judged by Caesar like a lamb before the shearer, and he said, "I wash my hands of this matter, I find no fault in this man."
  • wearer
  • Darer
  • Fared
  • Feared
  • Firer
  • Freer
  • Fraser
  • Fears
  • CARER
  • FAIRER
  • FARES
  • fuhrer
  • tearier
  • rarer
  • wearier
  • barer
  • fierier
  • dearer
  • fuehrer
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