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Correct spellings for FOULGHT

  • fanlight He, by the way, once spoke to me of Lady William Russell, of whom I have already written, describing her as one of the most beautiful and in later years one of the most delightful people he had ever seen, and the best of all hostesses-"You used to look up at the fanlight over the door of her house in South Audley Street, and if you saw the gas-jet burning you knew that she was at home, expecting the company of her friends, and needed no further invitation.
  • fault "Except this, that it's your own fault .
  • faulty American women are said to be faulty in manners, particularly in places of public amusement, in railway travelling, in omnibuses, and in shops.
  • felt "I know how you felt .
  • fight "You can fight this, you know.
  • filet
  • flat Is Birchill still at this flat and is the girl still there?
  • fleet Our fleet is a wonderful sight.
  • flight He stopped at the top of the first flight of stairs and sat down to wait.
  • flighty And then she had told herself that Mr Whittlestaff was not cruel, and that she herself was no better than a weak, poor, flighty creature unable to look in its face life and all its realities.
  • flirt "I won't be called a flirt by you or by anyone else.
  • flit With yours so nearly ready to flit , no change in size is indicated now.
  • float To see the moon rise on the river as you float along, while the boat rocks to and fro and someone talks to you-is not that better than any tale?
  • fold To make a test-tube holder, fold a sheet of paper until it is about half an inch wide and wrap this around the tube.
  • foul He has no hope to get possession of her by fair means; foul are alone in his thoughts.
  • foulard Were it not for the fact that their mother's beautiful brown hair is usually covered with a violet foulard , you would certainly believe them white as any children in the world.
  • fouled The movement was so sudden that, before Harold could check his headway, the two boats fouled .
  • foully Our defenses become death-traps and slaughter-pens-oh, how foully , foully has Richmond betrayed her sister city!"
  • fount The fount of feeling long dried was touched, and his heart felt a tenderness it had never known before, for his child.
  • fraught In all frankness I confess that this review would be incomplete were I not to refer to certain features of the Canadian system of government which seem to me on the surface fraught with inherent danger at some time or other to independent legislative judgment.
  • moult The last moult , and sometimes the last two, take place on the trunk of the tree, and the clusters of discarded skins frequently remain for several months afterwards.
  • Fought He did not know the reason of this sudden departure, but a minute afterwards the countess came in, and her maid having whispered something to her she told me that the count had gone away because he had fought a duel but that often happened.
  • fouls
  • foulest It was the foulest sin of his life.

89 words made from the letters FOULGHT

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