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  • agile Each had filled his mouth with bullets, for the convenience of loading, and each was charging and firing without suspending these agile gymnastics for a moment.
  • bagel The bagel itself is usually made using a standard recipe; but instead of only one topping, it is topped with a mixture of every bagel topping used in the bakery.
  • fable The fable of the hare and tortoise had given him great encouragement, and, finding in practice that he passed boys who had far more brilliant parts than himself, he never gave way to despair, however hopeless the task before him might seem.
  • fail He had believed that even the hardest hearts could not fail to pity his misery so, hard as it was for him, he had knocked at a peasant's door and begged.
  • fake They fake up a lot of patter talk and pass it off for philosophy, or psychology, or lord knows what!
  • fall He learnt, and he understood, that he too would grow old, would fall sick, would die.
  • fecal Commonly used indicator bacteria include total coliforms, or a subset of this group, fecal coliforms, which are found in the intestinal tracts of warm blooded animals.
  • feeble Yet she, old, feeble and broken down, would come from time to time and stand, leaning on her stick, in front of his house.
  • feebly "No," came feebly from the bed.
  • feel "I do not feel that I have ever known Peter.
  • feeler It is thrown out as a feeler to his own party.
  • fell When darkness fell it was already low.
  • fella And he says this: That new fella Drew that's made camp down on the Old Tabor Ivison Place can't make a livin' there, can't raise nothin', don't belong there.
  • fennel [382] Gum from the giant fennel: also called sagapeno, is known in commerce as yellowish white drops of a strong aromatic smell something like garlic; is used for diachylum.
  • feral
  • fetal
  • fickle
  • file
  • fill
  • fl
  • flea
  • fleck Then the breath began to labour slightly; the sweat to darken his rich brown coat, and the white foam to fleck his broad chest.
  • flee
  • floe We had scarcely completed this new defence, when the largest floe we had seen since leaving Port Bowen came sweeping along the shore, having a motion to the southward of not less than a mile and a half an hour, threatened to overturn it, and would certainly have dislodged it from its situation but from the cable recently attached to it.
  • flue
  • foal
  • focal
  • fogey A boy of sixteen isn't going to be bear-led by an old fogey like Joynson.
  • foil
  • fool
  • foul
  • fowl
  • freely
  • fuel
  • fugal
  • fugue
  • full
  • furl
  • gael
  • gal
  • gale
  • gall
  • gaul
  • gavel
  • gel
  • gill
  • girl
  • glee
  • goal
  • gull
  • hegel
  • jell
  • keel
  • klee
  • legal
  • ogle
  • regal
  • rigel
  • Flew
  • Foggily
  • Joel
  • Fidel
  • Nigel
  • Gail
  • Gil
  • Kiel
  • FOL
  • FOLL
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