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Correct spellings for FINATE

  • ante The first room of the three, or waiting-room, she knew, from having once or twice pushed at the first door of the passage and having had to pass through that ante -room.
  • dante "I have no doubt I should," answered Mr Stoddart, "if I thought I were going to do any good; but as it is, to tell the truth, I would rather be by my own fire with my folio Dante on the reading desk."
  • definite Clavering, who did not appear quite himself, watched her turn over the music in silence, for though the last words were spoken quietly, there was, he and Miss Schuyler fancied, a definite purpose behind them.
  • donate While the Ice Bucket Challenge raised much in donations, studies show that the majority of participants did not actually donate .
  • fade Why has Heaven given me these affections, only to fall and fade !"
  • faint This," touching a faint spot of colour under her eyes, "is art."
  • fanned The words fanned the fire of Stuart's enthusiasm for a newspaper career.
  • fascinate It is easy to understand the feelings of Marie Stuart when she arrayed herself in her best garments for her execution: it was simply the heroism of supreme vanity, the desire to fascinate if possible the very headsman.
  • fat The only drawbacks were that the riding-horses lost strength as they gained in fat , and cow's milk didn't taste nice.
  • fate Your fate is ours.
  • fated Our entertainment seems fated to be a failure;" and she spoke in a tone of deep disappointment.
  • feat D'Estournel asked; "it was not an easy feat to climb this wall with a crowd of foemen behind."
  • feint The feint may be carried on to a real attack whenever the position assailed be possessed of an over-confidence or but ill defended.
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  • fiance
  • fiancee
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  • final
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  • find
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  • finger
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  • fit
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  • fixate
  • flint
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  • fonda
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  • font
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  • giant
  • gnat
  • innate
  • inter
  • minute
  • nato
  • note
  • ornate
  • pinata
  • pinnate
  • senate
  • unite
  • Fainted I believe he's fainted."
  • Faints In syncope both breathing and the pulse fail, the face grows pale, and the woman faints suddenly; but in hysterical attacks there are usually both breathing and pulse, though these are indistinct; the face is red and she has a forewarning of the approaching fit. It cannot, however, be denied that syncope may accompany this feeling of suffocation.
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