What is the correct spelling for FIRTY?
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Correct spellings for FIRTY
- dirty The dirty secret about living this long is, after you've seen everything you ever wanted to see, done everything you ever wanted to do, bought everything you ever wanted to buy, you gradually lose the only thing really worth having.
- fat "I think Mother will let us go to-night because it's our first night and we're crazy to see everything," replied Ethel Brown, "but she says we've got to go to bed early here just as we do at home or else we'll get thin instead of fat this summer."
- fatty They contain, in addition to the above, a fatty substance of the consistency of butter.
- fiat His eye immediately pervaded the whole state; it was reduced at once to a regular machine, to a system, and the whole put into movement and animation by the fiat of a comprehensive mind.
- fiery I always valued myself particularly upon my riding, and my horse was both the most fiery and the most beautiful in Paris.
- fifty The marquis might have been fifty then.
- fight I told Sinogyaman and Sinagayan that I was going to fight .
- fir The unknown man had sprung up, and his eye, after a moment's search, had found the dark, beautiful face peering forth behind the red fir -trunk.
- first "I was, at first .
- firth Continuing to descend, we at last came, not to the sea, but to the extremity of a long narrow firth , where stood a village or hamlet; whilst at a small distance, on the Western side of the firth , appeared one considerably larger, which was indeed almost entitled to the appellation of town.
- fist When she told him how much, Robert Ferguson struck his fist on the arm of his chair.
- fit And the truth is I have no dress fit to wear.
- fitly And, fitly enough, when he at last becomes governor of his imaginary island of Barataria, he makes an excellent magistrate-because statesmanship depends for its success so much less on abstract principle than on precisely that traditional wisdom in which Sancho was rich.
- flirt He was surprised that such a beautiful aristocratic lady of important position should take the trouble to interest herself in him, a simple student, and not only interest herself, but flirt with him a little besides.
- fort The fort was still in action.
- forte Tolstoy is exceptionally voluminous among modern writers, even Russian writers; and it might be said that the forte of Tolstoy himself is not in his breadth sidewise, but in his breadth upward and downward.
- forty He must be at least forty .
- fry Aw shut up and keep out of this, small fry !
- ft The remaining part is clearly the top stone of the base, measuring 2 ft .
- fairy Fairy sprang up, suddenly scarlet.