What is the correct spelling for FINIDH?

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Correct spellings for FINIDH

  • fend For we must fend against a night attack; We know not where the enemy makes his stand.
  • fiend Dunn was the fiend who had pushed his zeal too far.
  • find Let me see what I can find out.
  • finder Otherwise, the Federal Communications Commission would pick you up, use a direction finder , and move in on your operation.
  • finding The finding of a real man.
  • fined After the Napoleonic victories in the Italian wars, they seem to have come back again and fined the city two million francs more.
  • finish I can see well enough just to finish ."
  • finite Look at "this work of Time," its slow growth and effect; and don't believe that "human love and truth" dissolve and pass away, as being no more than "dying Nature's earth and lime," insensible and finite .
  • fond "I'm very fond of Ulrica and all that.
  • fonda To this Fonda , therefore, we went, and as we went the sound of music grew louder, till we came to a door of oak studded with gigantic nails and swung upon hinges which, by their careful workmanship and the nature of their grotesques, were certainly of the Renaissance.
  • fund The financial work of Parliament, like that of the administration, turns, therefore, upon the processes of getting money into and out of that fund .
  • funds But if my funds should run very low, then I'll come to you, Linn."
  • sindhi
  • Fiendish Thus spake the fiendish-hearted lord, And wildly laughed, in scorn: Like thunder round the cell each word By echoing fiends is borne,- But not a human heart is there The baron's scorn or hate to fear!
  • Finned And instead of short-finned dolphins they shall take to them fleet mares, and reins instead of oars shall they ply, and speed the whirlwind-footed car.
  • fiends She watched the sea, with the letter on her lap, and felt that a new Dahlia Feverel, a woman who would traffic no longer with sentiment, who knew the world for what it was-a hard, merciless prison with fiends for its gaolers-had sprung to birth.
  • finds But he soon finds even this privilege denied to him.
  • fends

14 words made from the letters FINIDH