What is the correct spelling for FIGGET?
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Correct spellings for FIGGET
- fagged You looked fagged out.
- fidget Fidget, the pup, always alert for action, was on her feet in a moment, eager to lead the way to the door and whatever adventure might lie outside.
- fidgety Young England was instantly on the alert, with his sticking eye-glass and fidgety manner, wanting to know what the "line" looked like.
- fight How is your fight going on?
- filet When Fifth Avenue takes down its filet lace and eyelet embroidered curtains, and substitutes severe shantung and chaste net, there is little in the act to revolutionize industry, or stir the art-world.
- fillet Above all things, don't have the fillet cooked too much.
- fogged For a long time his picture fogged his vision; he could not see himself for himself.
- forged I do want laws to protect me, and, as an American citizen, I not only ask, but I demand that my personal liberty shall depend upon the decision of a jury-not upon the verdict of public sentiment, or forged certificates, either.
- forget "But you forget me," said Katharine.
- midget This little midget has made me ashamed of myself by telling me my duty, and I'll do my best to teach those in this room.
- nugget When a shepherd in Australia happens to pick up a nugget of gold on the mountain side, it takes no labour worth mentioning to pick it up, yet the gold is just as valuable in proportion to its weight as any other gold.
- wigged There was the gaunt, one-eyed, preposterously wigged image clad in undervest and shrunken yellow flannel trousers which must have dated from his gym-instructor days in the nineties, violently darting down on his heels, springing up, kicking out his legs, shooting out his arms, like an inspired marionette, all at the words of command shouted in fervent earnest by a shrivelled up little cripple in a wheel-chair.
- Forgot And if ye marvel Charles forgot To thank his tale, he wondered not, - – Mazeppa by george gordon, lord byron
- Jigged Faith, how stiffly his lordship jigged it!
- Pigged He had no proper servant, but just pigged it anyhow with the occasional assistance of a woman and her husband.