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Correct spellings for FLYTE

  • falter She hesitated and shrank from the work, until she finally grew ashamed of herself for that; and at last, without turning her head from her work, or giving her resolve time to falter, she called to the twins, who were occupying seats in one of the dining-room windows, and talking low and soberly to each other: "Children, come here a moment, will you?"
  • fate But such was not to be its fate.
  • felt I felt that the moment I saw you.
  • fete I had never seen before anything in the least comparable to this magnificent fete.
  • filet
  • fillet Here is the band of them who bore wounds in fighting for their country, and they who were pure in priesthood while life endured, and the good poets whose speech abased not Apollo; and they who made life beautiful by the arts of their invention, and who won by service a memory among men, the brows of all girt with the snow-white fillet.
  • filter It took a minute for the realization to filter through that he was standing on the porch of 136 W. Erie Street.
  • flat I want to see the flat as it looks now."
  • flatter "Don't flatter him," cried his wife.
  • flee The entire population appeared determined to flee.
  • fleet The day after the news arrived of the fall of Naarden Ned received a letter from his father, saying that the Good Venture was again at Enkhuizen, and that she would in two days start for Haarlem with a fleet of Dutch vessels; that he himself had made great progress in the last six weeks, and should return to England in her; and that if Ned found that he could get away for a day or two he should be glad to see him.
  • flirt Meekly Alicia, the impudent, the flirt, held out her slim hand.
  • flit But as I approached each group a subtle shade of expectation, of shyness and suspicion seemed to flit across faces the most familiar to me.
  • float Fortunately the bundle he carried was large, and though heavy out of the water, was light in it, and instead of sinking, assisted to float him.
  • floater
  • floe I was heard aft, and we managed to clear the sunken floe which had come all the way from the Southern ice-cap to have a try at our unsuspecting lives.
  • flout And what offence it is to flout his friends.
  • flouter
  • flue
  • flute
  • flutter Juliette, indeed, was in no flutter, but had carried herself through the excitement of her first evening party with a demure little air of self-possession.
  • fly
  • flyer
  • late
  • lite
  • lute Let me see that lute.
  • Fled
  • Fluted
  • Floyd
  • flutes A band of celestial beings, carrying flutes and other instruments, came before my view.
  • flied
  • FLT
  • fleeter The bays in front, running with mouths wide open, are evidently doing their best; behind them, and every moment nearing them, but at the limit of their speed too, come the lighter and fleeter citizens' team; while opposite their driver are the pintos, pulling hard, eager and fresh.
  • beauter
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