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  • cos "Becos," said Mr. Smith, in a grating voice, "be-cos for one thing 'e'd be a rich man then and could 'ave 'is pick.
  • dos They turn out the pacific bearer of your "how do you dos ," Lord Malmesbury; and they return your visit, and their "thanks for your obliging inquiries," by their old practised assassin, Hoche.
  • fess Rin hame, and fess a loaf wi' me direckly.
  • fifo
  • fins I could tell it was a Minor Planets job by the stubby fins .
  • floe If it rises much higher it will flood the fire-boxes, and then all will be over, for there is not one boat left on the ship-all were landed on the now invisible floe .
  • floss He was the baby of the family; he had every right to be considered the baby, for he was not only the youngest, but very much the youngest; for Floss , who came next to him, was nearly four years older than Carrots.
  • flow There was every reason now that Jennie’s tears should begin to flow .
  • fob After the battle of Falkirk, in 1746, a Highlandman was observed extracting a gold watch from the fob of an English officer, who had been killed.
  • foe At short range, with a cool nerve, with a full quiver, a person thus armed would be a dangerous foe .
  • fog Silver fog crept under our feet.
  • food It was useful in cooking their food , and by and by it was to prove valuable in still other ways, when they began to make things as well as to find things.
  • fool Who is fool then?
  • foot We were at the foot of the stairs.
  • fop She had heard that he was an exquisite-a fop , in fact-perhaps of all other characters the one most repulsive to a young Creole: for, notwithstanding the natural disposition of these to become enamoured of fine personal appearance, it must be accompanied by certain qualities of mind, if not of the highest morality, or even intellectuality, yet differing altogether from the frivolous accomplishments of mere dandyism.
  • fox A few bear tracks were seen, and a white fox followed us to camp.
  • fuss They got off without fuss , and when I had seen them turn the corner I rang the bell and asked for Miss Anstey.
  • laos The scholar, who is a student of the world's Folk-Lore, may be assured that he has here, the Laos tales unobscured, just as they are told to-day.
  • loos "The brothers of a good many people lost more than their arms at Loos ," Hollister returned dryly.
  • os Louie, who had got her cup of tea, heard a bell-like "Os-trich feathers!"
  • sos He drew me on from group to group, and I was duly presented to a score of Lady So-and-sos and honourable misses, most of whom had titles, but little else.
  • Flo "Flo isn't gone yet," said Mr. Burton.
  • Foots Strange to say, its favourite range is the arid deserts that lie near the foots of the Rocky Mountains, where there is but little grass, and less water.
  • Fro Having settled his position there, she began walking to and fro upon the pavement.
  • Mos 171 More than 2 mos.
  • FPS 450-a model 71 throwing a 400 grain slug at 2100 fps-should handle it.
  • Fats The carbonic acid produced by combustion and respiration is absorbed by the chlorophyll of the leaves under the stimulus of light-the oxygen of the carbonic acid being returned to the air, while the carbon is utilized by the plant for the formation of sugar, starch, cellulose, and fats.
  • Leos
  • Fees No one hope, but of his fees, And his skill runs on the lees, – HIS LITANY, TO THE HOLY SPIRIT by Robert Herrick
  • Foods
  • figs A contemptuous smile flitted over her beautiful lips as, with rapid movements, she flung handful after handful of figs on the table, till she saw some thing stirring under the fruit, and with a sigh of relief exclaimed under her breath: "There it is!"
  • firs A gigantic ash tree on the far side of the river stood out in bold relief, its lighter leaves being in striking contrast to the dark firs in the background.
  • fans A hundred pages with torches came to meet him, a hundred more waited on him at table, and another hundred waved big fans in the air to keep the flies from him.
  • flows The great river takes a due north course for another thirty miles, and the Willow River flows in from the east.
  • foes At the battle of Brandywine his skill and courage in covering the retreat of the Americans astonished friends and foes and saved the army from capture.
  • furs He was in a smart ladies' sledge, in the handsome furs which he had worn the day before; the most valuable ones that she had ever seen.
  • fools But Fate loves to make fools of us."
  • fits I cannot take this ring off: it fits too tight.
  • coos "So good of you, Mr. Ellins," he coos soothin'.
  • moos He will go through his limited vocabulary in a pathetically obliging manner, making the most beautiful "moo-moos" and "quack-quacks," but he will not say, "Ta-ta."
  • fops Her world was made up of sycophants, of flatterers, of pleasure-loving fops .
  • woos It doesn't compel through admiration: it woos through pity-the great, impersonal kind of pity.
  • fens A whole army might lie concealed in its fens and none be the wiser.
  • duos With the latter he contracted a lasting friendship, often playing duos with him and dedicating to him his G minor 'cello Sonata.
  • fogs Both have dense fogs , and, in spring and autumn, winds so fierce that the very vegetables in the fields are frequently rooted up.
  • fibs True, the interesting question of how far necessary fibs are justifiable among children, is yet to be considered; but what did we know of such necessity in our sports in the Thiergarten?
  • IFS But if there were no ifs there would not have been such a lamentable war in South Africa.
  • FOO Why; it's becose thae'rt sich a foo!
  • BIOS
  • FF Dryden, John, 136-7, 141, 143, 145, 148, 151, 153-4, 154-5, 157-8, 159, 160-1, 162, 163, 166, 169, 177-8. Earl of Toulouse, 23, 27. Eden, Richard, 85, 91, 96. Elene, 6. Ely, Bishop of, 65. Elyot, Sir Thomas, 11, 95, 118, 119-20. Emare, 21. Fairfax, Edward, 144-5. Falls of Princes, Boccaccio's, 7, 37. Fanshaw, Sir Richard, 139, 147, 169. Fawkes, Francis, 164, 166, 169. Fleming, Abraham, 109, 114. Florio, John, 84, 87, 97. Floris and Blancheflor, 45. Fortescue, Thomas, 87, 103. Foxe, John, 54, 67, 68, 94-5. Francis, Philip, 168. Fraunce, Abraham, 77. Fulke, William, 54, 60, 65, 70 ff.
  • FOL Spencer had a gamblin' pard, a cowboy run out of Texas, one Cap Fol -But no matter about his name.
  • FMS
  • FPO
  • NOS
  • HOS
  • FADS
  • FUDS
  • FEDS
  • FAGS He knew that he might without difficulty overtake and fling his noose over some of the "fags" of the herd; but to capture the leader was quite another thing-a feat never accomplished upon the prairies, even by the Indians themselves.
  • FAYS Very different were the offices of Pope's fays: "Our humble province is to tend the fair; Not a less pleasing, though less glorious, care; To save the powder from too rude a gale, Nor let the imprisoned essences exhale.
  • BOOS
  • EFFS
  • FAQS
  • FOBS Don't our liners fetch over, every trip, fellers that cut and run from England, with their fobs filled with other men's money?
  • OFFS
  • POOS
  • RIOS
  • UFOS
  • floes
  • fifes The arrival of the Mahdi was announced by the beautiful and solemn notes of umbajas, but when he appeared there resounded the shrill notes of fifes , the beating of drums, the rattle of stones shaken in empty gourds, and whistling on elephants' teeth, all of which combined created an infernal din.
  • adequatenesses
  • afterpieces
  • alightings
  • beatifications
  • hush-hushed

1 words made from the letters FFOS

  • 3 letter words made from FFOS:

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