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Correct spellings for FOAT
- boat 5622. How long does a boat generally last?
- coat Take off your coat, so I can get at you.
- fat First of all, though, we'll take a little of that fat off you."
- feat The Bush, if large, will need another band To tend the fire; and this one must command Sufficient knowledge of the Sugaring feat To guard the syrup from too great a heat.
- fiat Who can witness the movements of that tremulous needle, poised upon its centre, still tending to the polar star, but obedient to his distant hand, armed with a metallic guide, round every point of the compass, at the fiat of his will, without feeling a thrill of amazement approaching to superstition?
- flat Jeff looked around until he found a flat board, large enough to hold the elephant.
- float You can either dress your hair like a nun's or let it float over the pillow like a bacchante's-but be sure which you decide on."
- foal Most she-camels have a foal every other year, but some few every year.
- foam For one moment I thought it was all over with us, but we were soon out of immediate danger, and lay on our oars watching the writhings of the wounded monster as he lashed the ocean into foam.
- font By this time, twilight and gloom prevailed through the church: only a couple of wax-lights upon the altar throw wondrous and mighty shadows through the aisles: the angel that hangs down from the roof above the baptismal font is awoke into a solemn life by the shadows and the rays, and seems almost in the act of ascension: through the windows, the stars or the moon are beginning to peer: aloft, in the pulpit, which is now hid in gloom, the priest is inflamed and possessed by the sacred burden of glad tidings which he is announcing: he is lost and insensible to all besides; and from amidst the darkness which surrounds him, he pours down his thunders, with tears and agitation, reasoning of future worlds, and of the heaven of heavens, and whatsoever else can most powerfully shake the heart and the affections.
- foot Don't let her move a foot.
- fort The new man-the new master of the Fort."