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  • cute I comprise in my five feet two every incoherence, every contrast possible; and those who think me vain, prodigal, headstrong, frivolous, inconsistent, foppish, careless, idle, unstable, giddy, wavering, talkative, tactless, ill-bred, impolite, crotchety, humoursome, will be just as right as those who might affirm me to be thrifty, modest, plucky, tenacious, energetic, hardworking, constant, taciturn, cute, polite, merry. You can shine your shoes and wear a suit You can comb your hair and look quite cute – Crippled Inside by John Lennon
  • fact I guessed this from the fact that she was not in the least breathless as she spoke. Exclusive, you don't want it in fact I'll have the doctors operating on the front of your back Tryin to keep your stomach intact The spiritual you, leavin your body he don't wanna go back – Slaughterhouse by slaughterhouse
  • fagged But Edith looks fagged and spiritless.
  • fate I am aware of the fate I have to expect, Cambyses.
  • fatigue She staggered and put her hand to her head; giddy, to all appearance, from extreme fatigue.
  • fete They had been purchased for a fete, but circumstances had changed their destination.
  • fiat And, above all, we must remember to engross in big black text on our parchment what Joseph Chamberlain said about his Workmen's Compensation Act, that it is to be worked without lawyers, or at least, that it is to be made one of the judge's duties to see employer and workman first and endeavour to bring them together before he issues his fiat that the affair is "fit for litigation."
  • fidget More to please Phil than from any wish for "supper," for she was really in a fidget to get home, Griselda let the little boy lead her into the parlour.
  • fidgety I could see that she was worried and fidgety, although endeavoring to work as faithfully and steadily as usual.
  • fig We shall set up an audion with its A-battery as in Fig.
  • fight "What, am I no man but a little baby that a woman must fight my fight?
  • fighter Sandersen was himself a fighter, and, being a fighter, he knew that in Riley Sinclair he would meet the better man.
  • figure She wants me to cut a good figure!
  • figured Many pleasant things flitted through his mind, for the most part connected with past events in which he had figured, and in quite a number of them having been enjoyed in the company of these four good chums of camp fire and trail.
  • filet
  • fillet
  • filter
  • finite
  • fist
  • fit
  • fitter
  • fixate
  • flight
  • flute
  • fogged
  • forget
  • forte
  • frigate
  • fright
  • fugue
  • fumigate
  • gate
  • gut
  • jute
  • kite
  • ligate
  • Fidgeted He fidgeted incessantly in and out of the summer-house.
  • Fitted
  • Forgot
  • Gite
  • figs The corners at i, Figs.
  • GTE
  • FUT
  • fugues
  • fidgets And Lady Helena has got a fit of the fidgets that will bring her gray hairs to an early grave, if this day lasts much longer.
  • untricked
  • insatiablenesses
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