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- craggy Very sombre and stately are these porphyry resting-places of princes born in the purple, assembled here from lands so distant-from the craggy heights of Hohenstauffen, from the green orchards of Cotentin, from the dry hills of Aragon.
- fogey John A. Macdonald, the leader of those who had once called themselves Tories, was confessing the change when he wrote, in 1860, "While I have always been a member of what is called the Conservative party, I could never have been called a Tory, although there is no man who more respects what is called old-fogey Toryism than I do, so long as it is based upon principle."
- fogy The girl's lip curled like an opening rose-bud; she gave a nipping laugh, and I just heard "old fogy" break through it so saucily that my blood riled.
- forage They resolved that the first thing they should do was forage for food, and so they made their way directly to the small store in the center of the village.
- forego And yet if reverence were the natural effect of dignities, they would not forego their proper function in any part of the world, even as fire never anywhere fails to give forth heat.
- frigga When, the next morning, Balder again came slowly to the great hall of the gods and showed a careworn face, Odin and Frigga, his father and mother, drew him apart and implored him to tell them the cause of his grief.
- frock She sat between the two men in her old-fashioned voluminous white frock, looking from one to the other with eager pride while they talked.
- frothy The unbeaten whites of two eggs may be added if a frothy ice is desired.
- frowzy And all the curious, fantastic, charming people that one meets, from the boy sitting on the cart-shaft, with all sorts of old love-histories hinted in his clear skin and large eye, to the wizened labourer in his quaint-cut, frowzy clothes, bill-hook in hand, a symbol of the patient work of the world.
- more fair weather
- most distractedly