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Correct spellings for FLODIA

  • elodea
  • fda
  • flea No priest in midnight black can cure my itching flea This case of stricken lust has really got a hold on me – Blind by Kevin Max
  • flirt
  • flit They unfold their wings and fly out in the sunshine, and flit from flower to flower, and they look beautiful and happy-the world, the wicked world, is open to them.
  • float Let us see how long we can float."
  • floe Northmour and his guests, I was now persuaded, would come ashore as soon as there was water on the floe.
  • flood Why, bless my heart, there is a flood of water there!
  • flooding Wotar nodded to the attendant and the arena door was opened, flooding the room with sunshine.
  • flora For the first months she seemed happier, and took some interest in the inspiring views and rich flora of her surroundings.
  • florid He was a fair-haired, blonde man, large-framed and florid.
  • florida The policy of moving heavy armies was abandoned; and the British, forced to withdraw troops to garrison the West Indies and Florida, began the practice of wearing down the revolted colonies by raids and destruction of property.
  • flotilla The merchantman was soon out of sight, and we were shortly overtaken by a flotilla of pirate-junks, the captains of which proceeded to make exchanges of merchandise and provisions.
  • flout In Swift's case the silence is full of echoes; that is to say, his letters repeat the phrases of Stella's and Dingley's, to play with them, flout them, and toss them back against the two silenced voices.
  • flow Why need ye flow so fast?"
  • fluid So deeply was he sunk that he reached that common pool of fluid essence upon which all minds draw according to their needs and powers.
  • foil Those who argue in favour of the piety of the philosopher, explain that the habit was assumed as a foil to the irreverent mention of the gods that was then so universal.
  • fold The same cause must have been in operation, but with eighty-fold greater intensity, on the moon.
  • folded The papers were folded and tied together.
  • folder The turned-in cover is turned and the front side well rubbed down under paper with the folder.
  • folding Another minute and he had drawn her around and seated her on his knee, folding her closely in his arms.
  • folio For the London Exposition of 1862 a magnificent folio of the New Testament was prepared at the Imperial Press of Paris.
  • fonda
  • food
  • leda
  • lode
  • lydia
  • oldie
  • Filed
  • Fled
  • Flo
  • Flooder
  • foodie
  • Floyd
  • Golda
  • Lidia
  • Floods
  • folds
  • flied
  • FLT
  • FLA
  • fluids
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