What is the correct spelling for FLITH?
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Correct spellings for FLITH
- blithe Instead of speaking at once, as he had planned, to prevent her escaping, he was struck speechless, for the vision that met his eyes was that which he had seen one blithe spring morning three months before; but to-night there was no shawl to conceal her sweetly rounded neck and shoulders, whose whiteness was startling against the black of the ball-room gown.
- faith Now I know, and my faith is none the less.
- fifth Now it was about a fifth of the going price per square foot.
- filch The two thieves overhear the conversation, and the token which is to be given by the messenger, and after trying in vain to beg a dinner, determine to filch one.
- filth I am ashamed to say, however, that I never reached the stable, for the sights of filth and horror that I met on the way so distracted me that I pushed on through the whole house, anxious to see really how much damage had been done.
- filthy This to the cabman, who sees him, not without misgivings about a source of income, plunge into the filthy and degraded throng that is filling the court, and elbow his way to the scene of excitement.
- firth Fortunate, indeed, the child who first sees the light in that romantic town, which occupies high ground three miles north of the Firth of Forth, overlooking the sea, with Edinburgh in sight to the south, and to the north the peaks of the Ochils clearly in view.
- flat Her voice was flat and tired; she seemed to have scarcely strength enough to speak.
- flier "As all of you who have watched him know, Flitter is a swift flier .
- flight She is ready for flight this instant.
- flip He knows how to flip fish out of water with his paw, as all bears do; but he has also learned how to attract them when they are not to be found on the shallows.
- flirt You are trying to flirt with me.
- flit The war-horns are played, The anchors are weighed, Like moths in the distance The sails flit and fade.
- forth From that time forth she quite forgot that she had ever been called "Little Sweep."
- lath The partition between us is mere lath and plaster.
- lilith Her name was Lilith .
- lithe Davey, a lean, lithe figure, on the edge of a group of stockmen, had recognised the urgency in her voice, the appeal of her eyes, as she gave him the message.
- flirty "There is the ring," Flirty Florrie added indicating a very impressive paste diamond.
- flits She flits from flower to flower, so to speak; from me to cook and the jam-pots; from the jam-pots to some fresh delight in the loft, or in your society.