What is the correct spelling for FEMAINE?

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Correct spellings for FEMAINE

  • beaming Skies are beaming, Future bright and prospects gleaming. – Rich and Happy by Unknown Author
  • ermine
  • fain Even Satan glowr'd, and fidg'd fu' fain, And hotch'd and blew wi' might and main: – Tam O' Shanter by Robert Burns
  • famine
  • farming I have met a good many who have come back after a trial at farming out there.
  • feline Indignation burned within the man as he realized the plight of the unhappy animal, and remembering Tabitha's plea for a pet, he carried the scrawny feline home to the child, feeling assured of its welcome there.
  • female This time it was certain that it was human and that it was female .
  • feminine Dempster kept on laughing, and I went upstairs wondering what had set him off so, but when I asked Cousin E. E. if she had any objection to my travelling to Washington with her husband, she began to laugh too, as if it was the best sort of a joke that a York lady should be expected to care about her husband's travelling off with other feminine women.
  • feminize
  • fine
  • flaming
  • fleming
  • foaming As far as I could make out, there were several people in her, but she had no sail hoisted, and consequently in those foaming seas rising up between us was scarcely visible.
  • framing
  • germane
  • main
  • maine
  • mainer
  • mane
  • meanie
  • mine
  • remain
  • romaine
  • Fearing
  • Fenian The police had closed the windows with feather beds and mattresses, and these the Fenian bullets could not penetrate.
  • Forming
  • Fuming
  • Reaming
  • Seaming He feels the charm of gurgling waters around his limbs, a down current that aids rather than retards or fatigues him in each successive step of enjoyment in his pastime; as he casts his fifty or more feet of line adown the stream, he is assured that he is beyond the ken of the most keen-sighted and wary trout; that his artificial bugs, under the tension of the current seaming it from right to left, reaches every square inch of the "swim," as English rodsters term a likely water, and coming naturally down stream, just the direction from whence a hungry trout is awaiting it, are much more likely to be taken, than those thrown against the current, with, doubtless, a foot or more of the leader drooping and bagging before the nose of a trout, with a dead bug, soaked and bedraggled, following slowly behind.
  • Teaming
  • Jermaine
  • Marne What time shall I ask Hare and Mrs. Marne for?
  • Famines
  • firming
  • gamine

84 words made from the letters FEMAINE