What is the correct spelling for FERNDS?
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Correct spellings for FERNDS
- fend "I've always thought of a little home where he'd sit i' the corner, and I should fend and do everything for him: I can't think o' no other home.
- funds Your father's associates, then, believe you to be without funds or private income of your own?
- Ferns But even so, the ferns and flowers and grasses did not bloom again.
- fenders Two were to stand with fenders , in case the boat drifted either against another craft or against the wall.
- ends A social letter begins: My dear Lord John J. Kent, and ends : Believe me, my dear Lord Kent, faithfully yours.
- fiends If you'd been with me, the Fiends might have caught on to our little game, they're so suspicious; but where you were, they never suspected any connection between us.
- finds But believe me, he will come to seek her here, and if he finds those dreadful marks on the path-listen!
- rends There is no patience like the patience of a book-collector; there is no such industry given to any work comparable with the thoughtful and anxious industry with which he peruses the latest catalogues; there is no care like unto that which rends his mind before the day of auction or while he is still trying to pick up a bargain; there are no eyes so sharp as those which pry into the contents of a box full of old books, tumbled together, at sixpence apiece.
- feuds The royal authority was now much strengthened by the union of the crowns, and James employed it in staunching the feuds of the nobility, with a firmness which was no attribute of his general character.
- feints Then the trainer, after some preliminary feints , walks into the cage and seats himself in the chair.
- feeds It feeds on berries, eggs, and roots; but although it does not seek flesh, it does not refuse it when offered. Which solitary Nature feeds 'Mid summer storms or winter's ice, Had Peter joined whatever vice The cruel city breeds. – Peter Bell, A Tale by William Wordsworth
- FORDS The Thames furnishes other examples: below Oxford there are numerous rocky or gravelly patches where fords were possible, and where villages therefore grew up.
- FEDS The Feds were in there for at least three months,' Prime Suspect said.
- fronds The black ragged palm fronds flung themselves against the twilight sky.