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Correct spellings for FIRND
- faint I was faint and old.
- feint A swift and apparently reckless feint drew another of his slogging strokes, and in a flash the enemy was under his guard.
- fend It was nine and after, and the tide of life was roaring through the channels of the city when he roused himself, and to divert his suspense and fend off his growing stiffness went out to look about him.
- fern Nothing out here is like Fern Hill.
- fiend I stared at him from the door as if he was the Fiend himself.
- fin Presently the black fin sank; a white object appeared for a moment close to the surface, and a huge mouth gulped down the mass, and disappeared with it beneath the water.
- find Of course he would give the prices which he knew, and which he would find in my book.
- finder The finder having no right to the thing found, it should be given up.
- fine It was a fine day.
- fined 3756. What men were so fined ?
- finn But, then, like the Finn , and the Samoeid of Siberia, they either seek for themselves or reverence in others, the excitement of fasting, charms, and dreams.
- fired I back-fired and saved the house-and your wife-from going up in smoke.
- fond But she isn't fond of me, as she used to be.
- fonda It was a native fonda , overflowing with straw-bottomed chairs and rusty iron tables half-way across the street, making carts and burros find their way round.
- ford In the middle of the ford she stopped and loosened the bridle, let the colt drink a little, then drove him across, up the other bank and on up the stiff slope.
- found So have I found it.
- fried "Yes, so-" "Well, they fried most of the apartment building.
- friend A friend of your cousin's, Miss Mary,-of the Captain's.
- frond It appears to be a leaf, or a fern frond , but I know nothing of its origin or meaning.
- fund 14,348. Do you remember the case of a man named Williamson from Coningsburgh having a claim against Mr. Leask, as agent for the Society, in respect of a loss which he had sustained, and falling within the conditions of the Shipwrecked Mariners' Fund ?
- rind The first of these is the Rind ; the other two are the Nihro and the Mughsi.
- Finned The bewildered boy reckoned he would have been better satisfied to have lighted on some uncanny slot of finned heels and splay web-toes, imperfectly human; the shapely print excited a contrast image of delicate, stately, perfect womanhood, quite intolerable to intellect and emotion of manly composition.
- Ind B. Ind ii, p.
- fiends If ever fiends from below walk the earth, this time and place was a fitting one for them.
- finds Here he finds Alladine, who has come from Arcady.