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- faint Odo returned with a faint sneer. And on her hair a glory, like a saint: She seem'd a splendid angel, newly drest, Save wings, for heaven:---Porphyro grew faint: She knelt, so pure a thing, so free from mortal taint. – The Eve Of St. Agnes by John Keats
- feint Vernon cut the lazy horse with the whip, and the horse jerked the buggy as it made its professional feint at trotting.
- fend Initially escort carriers accompanied the merchant ships and helped to fend off attacks from aircraft and submarines.
- fiend Then, from out her silent and grim despair, stood forth, fierce and prominent, the great fiend , Revenge.
- fin A high-riding fin cut the water.
- find It didn't take long to find her.
- finder The Parliamentary leader seemed like a water finder , wandering about and waiting for the twig to twiddle, while the Council leader was more like a marine engineer with his eye on the pressure gauge and his hand on the lever.
- fine Fine morning, isn't it?"
- fined Many, perhaps all the states, now declare by statute that such an act is a crime, and the offender can be prosecuted by the state and fined or imprisoned or both.
- finn Have you heard anything about him, Mrs. Finn ?"
- flinty I attempted to pass through it, and was swept downward by a gust that tore the rocks in a flinty shower around me.
- fond "It's because I know you are fond of Syrilla," said Mr. Medderbrook.
- fonda The woman who kept the shanty fonda down the street boasted of having lived nineteen months in California in her halcyon days, but was obliged to borrow enough of me in advance to buy the ingredients of the scanty supper she finally prepared.
- fondly It was impossible for her to avoid opposing the character of the marquis to that of him upon whom her affections had been so fondly and so justly fixed.
- found Look what I found .
- fund He gave us a couple of thousand last year for the cathedral restoration fund .
- lindy Where am I, Lindy ?
- windy June and July are the windy months, when strong breezes blow from the westward.
- Finny So, some ten days ago, on such a morn, The Mary, like a seamew, sought her spoil Amongst the finny race: 'twas when the corn Woo'd the sharp sickle, and the golden toil Summon'd all rustic hands to fill the horn Of Ceres to the brim, that brave turmoil Was at the prime, and Woodgate went to reap His harvest too, upon the broad blue deep.
- Ind All th' riches iv Cathay, all th' wealth iv Ind , as Hogan says, wud look like a second morgedge on an Apache wickeyup compared with th' untold an' almost unmintionable products iv that gloryous domain.
- Cindy Cindy always loved to visit Pete Brent, partly because she liked him, partly because she liked his horses, and partly because she liked Gramps and Granny Brent, his father and mother.
- Fido "I really beg your pardon, and it shall not happen-" the star was beginning to say in an apologetic tone, which bent under the cold edge of the assault, as Mr. Vandeford had hoped it would, when Mr. Rooney cut it off with a curt command to pale Fido .
- fiends "You forget," answered Varney, with a kind of submissive sullenness,-for whatever had passed between these two persons in their secret and fearful intimacy, there was still a power in Lucretia, surviving her fall amidst the fiends , that impressed Varney with the only respect he felt for man or woman,-"you forget strangely the nature of our elaborate and master project when you speak of 'peddling crime,' or 'wanton revelry' in guilt!
- finds Within, one finds a church like and yet unlike that at Ashford.