What is the correct spelling for FEDGED?
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Correct spellings for FEDGED
- edged The indignant captain edged her off the side of his chair; Miss Nugent, quite undisturbed, got on again and sat tapping the floor with her foot.
- faded Rynason shifted his position on the seat and tried to catch the thought that had slipped through his mind just before the screen had faded .
- fagged He was famished and fagged out, and he could accomplish nothing until night came, so he gladly accepted the Chinaman's hospitality.
- fanged With great fanged beak out-stretched, it was flapping through the air on leathery wings.
- feed "The money was given to feed the hungry," said he.
- fidget Only she was on no account to fidget .
- fidgety It made him more and more uneasy and fidgety .
- fledged Morton Denville was dismissed soon after in favour of Sir Matthew Bray; and, in his boy-like excitement, looked elated one moment as the half-fledged officer of dragoons, annoyed and self-conscious the next, as he kept seeing his father bowing and mincing about the rooms, or caught sight of his sister, whom he shunned.
- fogged Jack had told her about it, keeping the cause fogged in generalities.
- forged Malone caught his breath and forged onward.
- fudge On the contrary, she had disgraced herself and infuriated Hong by deciding to make fudge the last minute.
- hedged His way seemed hedged up.
- wedged As he caught a glimpse of the tipsy individual's features, the Phantom started and wedged his figure into the farther corner of the hansom.
- Egged To aversion to the society of his fellow-creatures, such as he found them when collected together in societies, where one egged on the other to acts of tyranny, was joined the deepest sympathy and compassion; while the attachment he felt for individuals, and the admiration with which he regarded their powers and their virtues, led him to entertain a high opinion of the perfectibility of human nature; and he believed that all could reach the highest grade of moral improvement, did not the customs and prejudices of society foster evil passions and excuse evil actions.
- Feted Hence Spanish wars have been long and sanguinary butcheries, while their civil dissensions are the feted ferment of corruption.
- faked The sensational papers write up this "international union," and publish "faked" portraits of the bride and her noble spouse.
- feuded The Clan Robertson then feuded with the Clan Stewart of Atholl.