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Correct spellings for FEELIT

  • eliot I did not get on with George Eliot.
  • elite The old elite Came off the street – Heroes by subhumans
  • fault Love is gone and it's no one's fault Love has stopped here, lovers halt – Lover's Walk by Elvis Costello
  • fealty
  • feat
  • feed Their presence near the spring in great numbers would indicate the presence of the things they feed upon.
  • feedlot
  • feel I am sure you understand how I feel.
  • feeler "It's a feeler," Kennedy stated.
  • feeling His hands are on me: he's feeling my face, to feel if I'm dead!
  • feint A feint was made of landing nine miles below Cairo, on the Kentucky side, and the expedition lay there till daybreak.
  • fell The Proberts always fell into French when they spoke on a question of art.
  • felled This tree was felled in 1786. The cipher of John was eighteen inches within the tree, and rather more than a foot from the centre.
  • felt I felt that I could face death sooner than leave the old place, and now it has come to that after all.
  • fidelity His admiration for Gabriel which dated from their childhood, his dog-like fidelity, carried him on with leaps and bounds, making him accept at once even the most distant ideals.
  • field In vain the field-glass was fixed upon that particular point.
  • filet
  • fillet
  • fit
  • flat
  • fleet
  • flight
  • flint Mrs. Flint was afraid that Barbara was a "silly little girl."
  • flirt
  • flit
  • float
  • flout Then, led by love, he scaled the palace wall by night and crossed the garden in the dark and gained the poor girl's chamber, and might have borne her off in safety had not the King, suspecting that all was not well, come with torches in the darkness and discovered Gianni and cast him into prison, where he lay till he was sentenced to be taken out and burned at the stake in the Piazza of Palermo together with the girl who had dared to flout the affection of a king.
  • fluid
  • flute
  • fuel
  • fueled
  • lit
  • Feet
  • Filed
  • Felecia
  • feels
  • flied
  • FLT
  • flirty
  • flits
  • felts
  • beat someone it
  • beauteousnesses
  • blethes
  • for instant
  • horse's mouth
  • out-rank
  • out-ranking
  • out-ranks
  • out-reach
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