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Correct spellings for FITEY

  • bite Did he bite you? You're like a cat on my hot tin roof, I love it when you scratch and bite You got my heart in a hangman's noose, pull the rope and make it tight – You Love Me To Hate You by kiss
  • cite Dr. Wilkinson was a friend of Emerson's as well, which leads the latter's New York correspondent to cite to him in February 1850 a highly characteristic passage from one of the London communications.
  • city Who are ye in the city?"
  • fade "It can't fade-never wholly!
  • fat However, I'm happy to see that is not the case, as I don't recollect ever to have seen you so fat."
  • fate It would be your better fate!
  • fated It was fated that they were the last English soldiers that Boudru would ever see.
  • fates It was a day well begun; and I resolved not to throw away a minute of time, since the fates appeared so propitious.
  • fatty "Andover's kick-off," said Fatty Harris.
  • fed To remain much longer in the woods was impossible, for the returns from the farm scarcely fed us; and but for the clothing sent us by friends from home, who were not aware of our real difficulties, we should have been badly off indeed.
  • feed In the first place, you never have to feed him.
  • fete At the Fete when she and Ingolby met face to face, people had immediately drawn round them curious and excited.
  • fetter At the best, external authority is only a crutch, and at the worst it may become a rigid fetter upon the expanding soul.
  • fey
  • fiat
  • fief
  • fiery
  • fife
  • fifty
  • fighter
  • file
  • filet
  • filter
  • fine
  • fined
  • fire
  • fired
  • fit
  • fitly
  • fitter
  • five
  • footer
  • forte
  • forty
  • frey
  • ft
  • kite
  • lite
  • mite
  • piety
  • pity
  • rite
  • site
  • whitey
  • Feet Drennen rose to his feet.
  • Feted
  • Fie
  • Filed
  • Fitted
  • Footy
  • Gite
  • Fidel
  • Fido
  • fetes
  • fits
  • FUT
  • FETA
  • fatter Though the elder brother grew thinner and thinner, consumed by the ardent temperament which he had inherited from his Provencal father, and the younger one waxed fatter and fatter like a true son of Normandy, they loved each other in the brotherhood they derived from their mother-a mother who had been all devotion.
  • unpermeable
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