What is the correct spelling for FELIT?

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Correct spellings for FELIT

  • eliot After all, the true religion of Fate has been preached by George Eliot , when she says that our lives are the outcome of our actions.
  • elite It was packed with all the Elite and a stout duchess with a good natured face was singing a lively song and causing much merriment.
  • fault I do not believe it is Cornelia's fault .
  • fealty But after Fabius Valens, having the command of one legion, had first sworn fealty to Galba, and letters from Rome came with tidings of the resolves of the senate, at last with much ado he persuaded the army to declare Galba emperor.
  • feat And can it be that the secret of his feat of arms has been guarded so well that you are still in ignorance of it?
  • feint Keep them; this action is a feint .
  • fell The women fell back a little.
  • felt Of that she felt sure.
  • field You would have dropped dead on the field .
  • filet
  • fit Then I see that the best-looking girl and another was having a fit , although trying 'ard not to.
  • flat "Well, you shall come to the flat to meet him.
  • fleet We may as well wait and see what is the meaning of this fleet .
  • flight Then came the flight .
  • flint He commands his flint and steel to become a high bank which prevents his foes from following.
  • flirt Carol was a flirt -nay, more; Rosser, her childhood's one chum, her girlhood's sweetheart, had been but two months absent, and she had picked up with, to her, the merest stranger, etc.
  • flit When Osborne would make some thoughtless remark fraught with bitterness for Gwen, such an expression of pain would flit across M. Godin's fine face as one occasionally sees in those highly organised and sympathetic natures,--usually found among women if a doctor's experience may be trusted,-which catch the throb of another's hurt, even as adjacent strings strive to sing each other's songs.
  • float While doing so he whispered that even the angels in heaven could have no greater bliss than it afforded him to float thus through the hall, clasping her in his arm, while she glanced up at him with a happy look and bent her little head in assent.
  • flout Weakened by Armageddon, hampered by Versailles, and harassed by Bolshevism, the white world can ill afford to flout legitimate Asiatic aspirations to independence.
  • fluid Besides, the heavy igneous fluid will often, as it moves along, cut a channel into beds of soft mud and sand.
  • flute But what do you say to flute -makers and flute -players?
  • lit Old Bill lit his pipe arter supper, and then, taking another glass o' beer, he told 'em about the cook dreaming of his accident three days afore it happened.
  • Feet The girl half rose to her feet.
  • Fled So, on my wedding-day, I fled from England, and returned to Berlin.
  • flied
  • FLT
  • flirty
  • flits
  • felts
  • beauteousnesses

28 words made from the letters FELIT