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Correct spellings for FEICE

  • deice
  • deicer
  • device If McAllen lived until he knew how to shut the Tube down safely, he simply would shut it down, destroy the device and his notes on it.
  • dice It is neatly made of a solid piece of wood scooped out, in shape like an elongated dice box.
  • face Dad, the day was something to face," she said.
  • farce I couldn't have kept up the farce of existence without you.
  • faze I've always felt that there isn't enough liquid in the world to faze me, and I don't like it anyway, but Dabney was so impressed by His Worship that he poured it double for me before I had had breakfast.
  • feces Microscopic examination of the feces showed that often entire starch grains were still inclosed in the woody coverings and consequently had failed to undergo digestion.
  • fee His fee was 10s.
  • fence What's a fence guard?
  • fencer Margaret was no mean fencer; she could hit back as well as parry strokes.
  • fess "Guess it's time I fess up," Byron said.
  • fete I say," continued Chumbley, "you'll have to imitate this, and give an evening fete."
  • fez In the meantime the station-master, a sleepy Egyptian with a red fez and dark spectacles, approached them, and, not having anything else to do, began to stare at the European children.
  • fica
  • fierce And Sarsfield's face is glad and fierce. See Emmet leap from troubled sleep To grasp the hand of Padraic Pearse! There is no rope can strangle song – Easter Week by Joyce Kilmer
  • fife With a most majestic manner you'll remember all your life Come xylophone, come saxophone, come susiphone, come fife – Come Follow The Band by Unknown Author
  • file His documented bruises, film, a folder and a file She's a second grade self portrait, drawn without a smile – Paper Angels by Jimmy Wayne
  • fine Think yourself so fine! I'd pray Gawd to take yer 'Fore I made yer mine! Escort to the kerridge, – The Sergeant's Weddin' by Rudyard Kipling
  • fire It were enough to set the child on fire; Dishevell'd queen[s] should strip them of their hair, – To A Lady With Child That Ask'd An Old Shirt. by Richard Lovelace
  • five After pulling another grueling nine to five I live from credit card to check The paper money'swhirling by And I hardly just, just barely, only just survive – The Right To Go Insane by megadeth
  • fizz Start to fizz Realize that control is his – Piper by nonpoint
  • fleece
  • force Then from the force of long habit he thought next of himself.
  • fuse But he don't blow out a fuse or anything.
  • ice It's on Main street, but we could walk and carry the ice to a back street.
  • nice Come, Tweeny, be nice to me.
  • niece "You are in love with the niece," said he.
  • office Late at the office, and so home to bed.
  • piece And-all of a piece!
  • rice This is nothing less than a great calamity for the owners, as the rice was just ready for gathering.
  • vice I knew, that, attacked on all sides by the infernal energies of talents set in action by vice and disorder, authority could not stand upon authority alone.
  • Fiche
  • Fie
  • Lice
  • Mice
  • Felice She began to row back towards Casa Felice.
  • Fees
  • firs
  • fiercer
  • able pay
  • able to pay
  • bad fortune
  • beating the bush
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