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Correct spellings for FEATHES

  • fates It all fell out as if the fates had arranged things for Hugo.
  • father What do you think your father will say?
  • feather But as she came near home, over the low roof she saw the new moon hanging like a white feather in the air; and, closing her lips, she went in and kissed Fair Brother silently.
  • feathery Before eleven o'clock Mis' Mayor Uppers tapped at my back door, with two deep-dish cherry pies in a basket, and a row of her delicate, feathery sponge cakes and a jar of pineapple and pie-plant preserves "to chink in."
  • Fathers Fathers and sons should be comrades.
  • furthers Ah, but you do not take into account the great, fundamental truth that cooperative effort, on the part of the proletariat, is wholly justifiable, in that it furthers the good of all humanity.
  • fetes Dances, fetes of all kinds, opera, and the theatres were in full blast, when all of a sudden society was paralyzed by a most audacious robbery.
  • deaths Deaths come very suddenly and there is no opportunity to apply remedies.
  • fetches An' when that was lit up she whispers to him, and he goes out an' fetches from somewheres a guitar with more'n half the strings left on; an' she set up an' picked away on 'em, an' we all three sung, though I can't carry a tune no more'n what I can carry a white oak tree trunk.
  • feats We wish to show the English Minister that we have some nobles of our Court-and of no mean rank either-who are fully equal to the feats of agility and strength of which his countrymen boast.
  • lathes 521 and 522 represent sectional views of the carriage and slide rest of these lathes of a size over 16 inches swing.
  • bathes Its coast climate is mild, with no extreme heat, because of the snow-clad peaks which temper the humid air, and never extreme cold, because of the Japan current that bathes its mossy slopes and destroys the frigid wave before it does its work.
  • faiths Dorn heard a million voices of France crying out the bitter truth-that if these war-bowed veterans ever returned alive to their homes it would be with hopes and hearts and faiths burned out, with hands forever lost to their old use, with bodies that the war had robbed.
  • feathers The feathers were black; the head was bare and red.
  • wreathes The ivy which love first wreathes around his work had already faded away, and she now only saw the desolation of the ruin it concealed.
  • leathers Next week I'm going to buy a pair of patent leathers.
  • heaths Heaths, for instance, of which there are said to be no less than three hundred and fifty species in this small district, some of extraordinary beauty and brilliance, are scarcely found outside of it.
  • firths
  • weathers
  • all sudden
  • am big
  • bear up against
  • became wealthy
  • big cs
  • co operative
  • counter attacks
  • did one's duty
  • did one's own volition
  • did one's part
  • did one's thing
  • dis closing
  • in fecundity
  • more found
  • more ill-lighted
  • more likewise
  • out starts
  • out stay
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