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  • borer They kept a large borer, six feet long, going constantly before them as they cut their way towards the point of danger.
  • fare It was more than double his fare.
  • farrier Breathless, bathed in perspiration, scornful and triumphant, he desired her to remove her veil, and ordered the bishop to leave her and give up his place to the man who represented Father Nile-a gigantic farrier who followed him, somewhat embarrassed in his costume, but very ready to perform his part to the end.
  • ferry The flood had swept away all the ferry-boats on the South Umpqua, and there were no means to cross that swollen and rapid river.
  • fiery He could not see all of the room because there were depths that the darkness seized and filled, and the great fiery place, with its black-stained settle, was full of mysterious shadows.
  • fire Mr. Hilbery said nothing, and stared into the fire.
  • foe No doubt he had become impatient to see the end of his foe and had ridden forward.
  • foray After going into the monastery to have his foray as a monk and finishing his university education he would be this and once she found a man in college she would be that.
  • forbear I have many things to say, but I forbear.
  • force She could not force herself to speak a word.
  • fore He found me in the cabin, and seizing me in his arms carried me to the fore part of the ship, which still hung to the rocks, while the after part, directly we had left it, broke up, and the poor lady who had had charge of me with many others was lost.
  • forearm Songs are sung and four sticks, about the length of the forearm, for stirring the tongues, are placed where the tongues were first placed.
  • forego What have you done that you should forego an inheritance to which these others feel themselves honestly entitled?
  • forever They can hold you forever, just like this.
  • forge Said woman is 20 years old; is rather tall; can read and write, and so forge passes for herself.
  • forger It is only when Gibbon can couch his lance against some reckless and impudent forger of Christian evidences, such as Eusebius, that you have anything like a bold condemnation.
  • forgery "A forgery, of course;" and he was going to tear it up when I interposed.
  • former "If ever," said the former to the latter, "my darling girl has a child of her own, I may be able to tell her her mother's story."
  • forte Was it from a ghostly vision of the last time she had sung it-that is properly, to a piano-forte accompaniment, played by fingers that had afterward caught hold of her trembling fingers, and been a living comment on the song?
  • four 7747. Do you remember three or four years ago when he left Mr. Adie and came to fish to Mr Anderson?
  • fourier Fourier added a fifth-which was certainly a right much utilized in early times-the right of theft from people over the border of the territory of one's own tribe.
  • foyer The custom of both men and women going into the foyer at that time is a growing one, and is a relief to the audience.
  • fr This is Didymium spumarioides, Fr.
  • free 5136. Then you were free before that?
  • fret Colonel Lund wouldn't be any better for your coming, because he'll think of you going back through the fog, and he'll fret.
  • frey We fetched a Spaniard from the upper deck and obliged him to conduct us to the magazine, and there, sure enough, was Frey Bartolomeo, calm and impassive as ever.
  • fri
  • friar
  • fry We found a very ready sale at the better class of toy shops and were very popular among the young fry, who cared more for outward looks, and were not so skilful in selecting really good articles as the bigger boys.
  • fryer
  • furor
  • furrier In his fourteenth year he was apprenticed to a furrier.
  • furry In the branches above some squirrels, awakened from their slumber, straightened their furry tails and began to chatter and a screech-owl tuwitted and tuwhoed.
  • lorre
  • ore
  • orr
  • rover When it cooled I quietly gave it to my friend Rover-Mrs. Lorimer's dog.
  • Fer He only got the ropes fer me.
  • Firer Jeter tripped the rapid firer and held it for half a minute, during which time three hundred projectiles, eight inches long by two inches in diameter, were poured into the invisible surface.
  • Forager
  • Fora
  • Fred
  • Freer
  • Fro
  • corer
  • FREQ
  • FAIRER
  • sorer There were sore and anxious hearts among them, but those at home were sorer still.
  • fuhrer
  • fierier
  • fuehrer
  • after-glows
  • after-light
  • after-lights
  • after-lives
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