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  • flair You will by now have begun to perceive the note, the flair, of my part of town.
  • flaps Camp looked a little cheerless, but a blazing fire, started with dry stuff we had stowed inside the tent, changed things, and dry clothes changed them still more, and we sat within the tent flaps and ate ginger-snaps in great contentment of spirit while we waited for the rain to stop.
  • flats Except for the stretch where we are encamped, the whole island is one mass of rough, volcanic mountains, with narrow, fertile flats, carefully cultivated and bearing healthy, looking fig, olive, and other trees.
  • flier As Jimsy had guessed, the new arrival proved to be Hal Homer, the well-known cross country flier, from whom Roy had taken some vacation time aviation lessons.
  • flies I knew a week ago that I saw her because she is so much in my thoughts, because of the intolerable heat, because of the Flies and the Forest, because of Semyonov.
  • Folios And to prove this, has published five folios of commentary!
  • Lars It was Lars Larssen.
  • Fears 22. I have no fears but what it can be done.
  • Fleas If there's more or less of us sent on this expedition, we sha'n't be called away till ten or eleven o'clock, when all the Degos are asleep, and there's nothing awake in the town but fleas and cats."
  • Floors The back-floors of New York are not for the old men.
  • friars For when the abbot plays cards, what can you expect of the friars?
  • flaws Then Tom and the manager examined it for superficial flaws.
  • firs The lower parts of the mountains are covered with chestnut and cherry trees, and the higher with large firs.
  • fills He fills his place on the canvas.
  • files "You being a stranger, I can let out some of my feelings," returned Mr. Files.
  • fliers Some of the High Fliers, however, cried, "Decision!
  • flares For a space of two miles the stalls stretch along in double rows, lighted by lanterns of oil flares, and here may be seen every imaginable thing which is to be found in poorer Japanese households.
  • flags It will be safer to take a man with you to convey the flags, while you carry the code of signals, which you must endeavour to destroy should you be made prisoner," he said.
  • flays
  • fairs you might have seen me in the ghini at a couple of fairs The engine in the trunk the doors go up in the air yeah and I been gone for a couple of years I been shot, I been bled, shed a couple of tears – My Drink, My Two Step by Cassidy
  • flirts
  • fails We have his promise, and Alvan never fails.
  • FLAIRS
  • FLIPS
  • filers
  • fillers
  • flours
  • lairs The Church's enemies, the basilisks and dragons of unbelief and license, are stirring in their old lairs, the dark places of the human spirit.
  • flails Quentin turned to Eva to take her in his arms when there was a terrific crash of glass in the conservatory, the splintering of wood, and the Automaton, arms swinging like flails, charged like a mad thing into the room.
  • fellas You're the fellas want to do a story on us moon surgeons.
  • liars
  • flits
  • after-tastes
  • beauteousnesses
  • bell-ringer
  • bits-and-pieces
  • borderless
  • fore-shadowed
  • forebearance
  • oddnesses
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