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  • chore Anna's Sunday chore was to whitewash the hearthstones and clean the house.
  • euchre Every afternoon he dropped in at the office of Notary Amos Hexter-"Squire" Hexter, the folks of Egypt called him-and played euchre with the amiable old chap.
  • failure He had declared that the fault was his, and that if he had had the right stuff in him, he could not have made the failure that he had made; but the poor fellow had not selected the elements of his nature.
  • feature He may find, on the other hand, that he prefers to make a separate, subsidiary estimate as to this feature.
  • fetch But I'll fetch her down.
  • fichu At the other end of the table sat a kindly-faced middle-aged woman, in a grey dress and a lace fichu fastened with a large cameo brooch.
  • figure But she saw neither room nor figure.
  • fishery The season chosen for the pearl fishery, which gives employment to large numbers of the natives, is naturally when the sea is most calm, that is, between the termination of the northeast and the commencement of the southwest monsoons.
  • fissure First I thought I would drag them to the fissure or rent in the ice just beyond the stern of the schooner and tumble them into it.
  • foreshore All the summer through, day after day, at low water, the Islanders would be out upon the beaches cutting the ore-weed and dragging it in sledges up the foreshore, where they strewed it above high-water mark, to dry in the sun.
  • fresher The spring-time was come; not only was the sunshine clearer, and the wind from the sea softer and fresher, but human nature, also, grew conscious of vague anticipations and an indefinable delight, Flowers from the sheltered valleys behind the downs began to appear in the streets.
  • future She would not think of the future.
  • lechery For Paul did Christ's people great villainy, And Peter at the passion forsook Christ thrice, And Magdalene lived long in lechery, And St Thomas believed not in the resurrection: And yet these to Christ are darlings dear, And now be saints in heaven clear.
  • ochre The belt of knee-high stubble, which shone, a sweep of warm ochre tinting, against the white and gray of the parched grass beyond it, was widening steadily as the crop went down before the binder, but he had a good deal yet to cut, and there was another oblong of untouched grain running back from a deserted wooden shack some distance away.
  • Fetched He had packed his black bag in readiness, and now he fetched it and, after promising to be in the shop at half-past eight the next morning, started off with his melancholy guide.
  • Fiche I should say, "Je m'en fiche!"
  • fetches He often meets her in the street; she has no home of her own, but goes from house to house, helping the servants-fetches water for one, wood for another, helps a third to chop up a little resinous fir-wood, carries a bucket, fills a tub.
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