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  • afield Herodotus gives us to understand that he visited Babylon in the course of his many wanderings and we have no cause to distrust him; we may even date his visit to somewhere about 450 B.C. He was not indeed the only Greek of his day, nor the first, to get so far afield.
  • fad Always telling everyone that she made up the fad Always telling me I should or I shouldn't Always testing me, testing me, and it's making me mad – Evil Girl, Angry Girl by Big D and the Kid's Table
  • fahd
  • fail You get these plans. They always fail You've been divorced. You've been to jail – Man by Unknown Author
  • failed See all the faces paled Shot to hell when the system failed – No More Lookin' Back (Poison Jazz) by poison
  • fall In her hurry she, somehow or other, let fall A new silk Bandana she'd worn as a shawl; – Tragedy, The by Richard Harris Barham
  • fault Practical as salt Modest to a fault – Kind Of Woman by Unknown Author
  • fiat
  • field Holy-Rood, come forth and shield Us i' th' city and the field; – THE OLD WIVES' PRAYER by Robert Herrick
  • fielder
  • fields That valleys, groves, hills, and fields, Woods, or steepy mountain yields. – The Passionate Shepherd to his Love by Christopher Marlowe
  • file Till you've walked a mile Rank by bloody file – The Day The Sun Stood Still by Unknown Author
  • filet
  • fill "I'm sure it's more trouble to empty them than what it is to fill them.
  • filled Little by little the train filled up.
  • fitly Most fitly then, as a distinguished American statesman has remarked, does that scene on board the little English vessel, with the English pastor uttering his farewell blessing to a handful of English exiles for conscience sake; depicted on canvas by eminent artists, now adorn the halls of the American Congress and of the British Parliament.
  • flat Rolfe, keep an eye on her while I search the flat.
  • foal This year the sea appeared on fire; at Sinuessa a cow brought forth a horse foal; the statues in the temple of Juno Sospita Lanuvium flowed down with blood; and a shower of stones fell in the neighbourhood of that temple: on account of which shower the nine days' sacred rite was celebrated, as is usual on such occasions, and the other prodigies were carefully expiated.
  • foaled
  • foiled
  • fold
  • Filed
  • Fled
  • fails
  • flied
  • FILO
  • FLT