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Correct spellings for FLITTY
- fatty "Fatty Peter," as they jokingly called him, epitomized in two words their contempt of him.
- fifty Exactly fifty days, their time."
- filter "I sort of suspect Filter," he answered.
- filthy If anything is certain in all the coarse and dreary story of that Court, it is that Queen Caroline adored her husband-that she was too fond of her most filthy bargain.
- fitly There was a time when the race could not understand or fitly use either, and their adoption as formal institutions would have done no good.
- flat The next morning she rang up Lorraine's flat, to know if she had come back yet.
- flatly Surely there was no bride in all Saxony so lovely and so beautiful, and when she refused flatly to have Frau Schimmel invited to the wedding feast, he excused her, thinking that her refusal was the result of her aristocratic surroundings and training.
- flatter "You flatter me too much," replied the Doll, "in all respects but one.
- fleet This statement completed the dismay that had been caused at the arrival of the fleet.
- flight Her cheeks flushed, and she shook her long hair back impatiently as though eager to take flight at once.
- flighty She'll be a flighty faggit, mark my words.
- flint Soon our friend Sandy Black, who had been summoned from work in his garden, joined them with a rusty old flint-lock gun.
- flinty We feel that something coarse and flinty needs to be taken out of their nature.
- flirt It was a crime to miss church, and a crime to flirt or make love, and the biggest crime of all was not to come up handsome with church offerings when they were demanded.
- flit 6 Two little bare feet flit over the ground, and seem to embody that metaphor, "Flowers are the footprints of summer."
- float In another second he seemed to float out into a cool brightness where there was no such thing as memory or pain.
- flout "I will marry her to you, if only to see her flout you," I promised vengefully.
- flute We had gone some distance, when we heard a deep, loud, and long-sustained flute-like note.
- flutter The flutter of Mrs. Jenkins' print dress in the garden would cause the word "mother" to leap to his lips unbidden, and when the daylight faded, and the moon began to peep over the hill, he would turn his face towards the house, fancying that Ruth was calling him to supper.
- Flitted Just the shadow of a smile flitted over her friend's face as the thought of the poor old lady, trying to make her way through the city came to him.
- flirts But is it really true that he flirts with her?