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  • blunt How unfortunate this person has forced us to be blunt No we wouldn't mind seeing her at Harrod's But behind the jewelry counter, not in front – Peron's Latest Flame by Unknown Author
  • flan "You don't catch me that way," shouted Flan.
  • flank
  • flat She is so flat and silly, and takes every little attention from me as a declaration of love.
  • flaunt Thou, a De Montfort, the daughter of my sister; who have seen this murderer's accursed mark upon the foreheads of thy kin; thou have seen him flaunt his defiance in the King's, thy uncle's, face, and bend his whole life to preying upon thy people; thou lov'st this monster?
  • flint He struck a light with his flint, and applied it to his pipe.
  • flinty The collar tightens and again he feels His half-healed wounds inflamed; again the wheels With tiresome sameness in his ears resound O'er blinding dust or miles of flinty ground.
  • float He was a fair oar; but for a stream that wouldn't float a boat he cared nothing at all.
  • fluent He had a certain personal likeness to the despot Peisistratus; and as his own voice was sweet, and he was ready and fluent in speech, old men who had known Peisistratus were struck by his resemblance to him.
  • flunk Suppose you flunk it!
  • fount She finds herself all of a sudden at the fount of the realization of all her fondest hopes; to be loved by the one she loves!...
  • fulani "I heard them talking it over, and Fulani says they told him all about it.
  • plant It is not difficult to see the causes which led to the destruction of the still tender plant.
  • Flung She flung herself on the ground at Pauline's feet.
  • flaunts This expedition flaunts itself in the set of tapestries now in Madrid.
  • slant
  • beat someone it
  • bend to will
  • bend will
  • on a sour note
  • played past
  • played ponies
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