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  • affected pieties
  • being put by
  • creamest
  • face 5. You should have seen his face.
  • farce "But I never delivered the challenge," said Roland, laughing at what seemed to him to be a solemn farce.
  • fierce The bull-dog, with a fierce bark, sprang towards us.
  • fiercer Red and yellow and dun streamers shot skyward, shaking out their serpentine lengths, wrapping and twining about each other, dying if a breath of wind touched them, only to be succeeded by others, fiercer and longer and more vivid.
  • force I am not trying to force a confidence.
  • forced "You have forced yourself on me for twice a week for some time past.
  • forces He showed no wish, however, to make another attempt to land, but sent off despatches by an officer to the commander of the land forces.
  • fore They then advanced and grasped each other by the hand, the fore-finger of each resting on the pulse of the other.
  • forge Once at The Forge a man was treated so-yes!
  • forte The great Beethoven, who composed the greatest works for the piano-forte, as also for the orchestra, had a most exalted estimate of Clementi, and never wearied of playing his music and sounding his praises.
  • fosse Guysbert says that he had many friendly conversations with those who had experienced the torture of the Fosse.
  • four Don't you know what make four?
  • fourier The doctrines of French materialism form the starting-point of Fourier.
  • fours The regiment was put into columns of fours and went off to the left front with Col.
  • furs 19. Why are furs unwholesome?
  • furze Thither by devious ways of caution came Rhoda on the first wane of daylight, and having done all, faced the drear without heart, crouching into shelter of the furze.
  • fuse All he had to do was fuse it.
  • fusee This day at noon, when we attended the winding-up of the watches, the fusee of Mr Arnold's would not turn round, so that after several unsuccessful trials we were obliged to let it go down.
  • source And as soon as the tension died down, she went back as to a source of peace to the failure of his powers of memory, obvious, complete.
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