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Correct spellings for FUIRT

  • burt "Mr. Burt," said she, "will you go with me to Mr. Undercliff, the expert?"
  • curt
  • dirt And get the lowdown on all the dirt The dirt that gathers on Broadway's skirt – Through A Keyhole by Unknown Author
  • faint Has to do with the sun: even virtue will taint (Philosophers say) and manhood grow faint – Owl Against Robin by Sidney Lanier
  • fair
  • fat BUTTER: Now here's a dog, Sue, that's short and fat SUSIE: But I sure need somethin' different from that – I Want a Hot Dog for My Roll by Unknown Author
  • feat
  • feint Cromwell, therefore, after a feint on the left, concentrated his forces against Leslie's right, and shattered it.
  • fiat The mind can not move the body simply by its fiat.
  • fight The fight was over.
  • fir The doors of the temple are also, as you see here, made of the fir tree; even of that tree which was a type of the humanity of Jesus Christ.
  • fire But the friends did not fire.
  • firm And suddenly my soul answered with a firm quiet voice: 'Try me!
  • first First there was only a little, and then more and more.
  • firth Little John Paul had a short childhood, for as soon as he could handle a line, he was put to work with the fishermen on Solway Firth to help earn a living for the family.
  • fist My impulse was to plant my fist in his face, for I could think of no other answer.
  • fit There was plenty of news for me to hear as soon as I was fit to listen to it.
  • flirt Then I can't flirt with you at all?
  • flit He turned his eyes ahead and watched the bluff rise higher, though the white levels seemed to flit back to him with an exasperating slowness.
  • foist
  • foot
  • ford
  • fort
  • forte
  • forty
  • fruit
  • ft
  • fur
  • furl They have the sails properly reefed, and, if necessary, they can furl them in short order.
  • fury
  • girt
  • hurt
  • quirt Halfway to the Quirt he met Lorraine riding along the trail.
  • quit
  • suit
  • Feet
  • Fought
  • Fud
  • yurt
  • Kurt
  • Fido
  • firs
  • furs
  • FURN
  • FUT
  • flirty
  • able to pay
  • creamest
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