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  • afield Hadj Mukhtar Hilalli had travelled considerably farther afield than his sovereign; he knew Genoa, Marseilles, Egypt, and of course Mecca.
  • failed Perhaps Charles felt that he had rather failed in courtesy to him, for during the remainder of the morning he hardly let him out of his sight. Time After Time I Failed You Pierced Your Side When They Already Nailed You – Make Me Over Again by Tonex
  • fairly All this was, apparently, very fairly taken.
  • felled There were a few small trees about and one of them had recently been felled.
  • felt You know how I feel about you-how I always have felt-Nance I want you to marry me."
  • field We can get across this field, and then into the woods, and-quick, do as I do!
  • fielder Some shots went along the ground, more fell just out of reach of a fielder.
  • fields Through the window she could see the fields and the trees and the blue hills, just as she had done from her Aunt Lucy's windows.
  • file But Hawk would give the alarm; and there was the rank and file of the machine to reckon with.
  • filet
  • fill
  • filled
  • fillet
  • filly
  • film
  • find
  • fired
  • fitly And so, in regard to their moral outlook, Tolstoy's books may fitly be divided into those written before and those written since his "conversion."
  • flirt
  • foaled
  • foiled
  • fold
  • ford
  • fouled
  • fried
  • fueled
  • furl These vessels rarely furl this sail; and they who have not experienced it, cannot imagine what a change it produces on those who have lived a month or six weeks beneath its shadow.
  • furled When the boatswain had furled the top-gallant-sail, the top-sail and royal, the Halbrane remained under her mainsail, her fore-sail and her jib: sufficient canvas to cover the distance that separated her from land in a few hours.
  • gild
  • mild
  • wild
  • Filed They set the food and water down and filed out one by one, the last one guarding the retreat of all the rest and slipping out backward, pulling the door shut after her.
  • Fled
  • Fooled
  • Fowled
  • Fred
  • Fulled
  • flied
  • firmed
  • FILO
  • FLT
  • flirty
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