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Correct spellings for FELLT

  • fall When the jungle shadows fall, Like the tick tick tock of the stately clock As it stands against the wall, Like the drip drip drip of the raindrops – Night and Day by Unknown Author
  • fallout
  • fault To which he replied, it was my fault.
  • fealty In my heart, I have sworn an oath of fealty to you, my beautiful little princess of the sea!
  • feat There was something in her manner of looking at me, and exchanging a smile when her young charge performed some extraordinary feat of activity on the grass, that persuaded me she was not an American.
  • feel Would you feel to tell them?
  • fell Certainly she thought about it the last thing before she fell asleep.
  • fella What a good-looking fella he was, with that clear skin and splendid colour!
  • felled Have you felled all the trees that were marked?
  • feller Said he hadn't seen you sence he was a little feller.
  • fellow "Well," said Mr. Chiffinch, "a fellow was after you.
  • felt I never felt nothin' like 'em.
  • field Alas, said the king, therefore am I right heavy, for he is a full noble knight as ever I saw in field.
  • filet
  • fill
  • fillet
  • flat
  • fleet
  • flirt
  • flit
  • float
  • flout There is nothing particularly picturesque about Kalamazoo, unless the wondering face of some harmless lunatic, on parole from the Asylum which stands so gloomily among the hills beyond the town, the solemn visage of some Baptist University student, who with his toast, tea and Thucydides, has become grave and attenuated, or the plump form of some "seminary girl" who will look at the incoming trains, and flout her handkerchief too, in spite of parents, principals, and all the proprieties, and the ordinary ebb and flow of the life of a stirring provincial town, may be so considered.
  • flute
  • full
  • Feet
  • Fled
  • FLT
  • FOLL
  • fuelled
  • fells
  • felts
  • beat someone it
  • blethes
  • hopping on
  • horse's mouth
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