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  • failed "And this is the money that Mr. Grayson tried to borrow for you, and failed?
  • fault It was no fault of his.
  • felt "I have felt day by day, Arthur, that I liked him more and more.
  • filet
  • fillet And straightway he bade her of the golden fillet, Lachesis, to stretch her hands on high, nor violate the gods' great oath, but with the son of Kronos promise him that the isle sent up to the light of heaven should be thenceforth a title of himself alone.
  • flat Then it gave way so suddenly that Unc' Billy fell over flat on his back.
  • fleet Upon the following afternoon Ned started with the little fleet.
  • flier Plus a guard back at the flier.
  • flies What an awful place for flies!
  • flight It was the gesture of a wild bird taking flight.
  • flint Down came the great flint knife, but its aim was lost.
  • flirt Miss Grove could dance and flirt and sing a little; that was all that could be said for her, and to suppose that Arthur would ever- And yet Graeme grew a little indignant standing there looking at, but scarcely seeing the beautiful things in Savage's window, and she inwardly resolved that never again should she wait for the convenience of the free-and-easy occupant of the carriage standing a few doors down the street.
  • flit But the young heart had a good share of timidity, and that stirred very often; making the colour flit to and fro 'like the rosy light upon the sky'- Mr. Kingsland originally observed; while Dr. Maryland looked at the evening star and was silent.
  • float I seemed to float not into clearness, but into a darker obscure, and within a minute there had come to me out of my very pity the appalling alarm of his being perhaps innocent.
  • flout The charges were no better than pretexts for the spoliation of the unfortunate king who, in the matter of his daughter's alliance with Cesare, had conceived that he might flout the Borgias with impunity.
  • fluid European economists, when speaking of the working class, assume generally that it is fixed in residence and contrast it with capital, which they say is fluid as between city and city and even between country and country.
  • flute Here at Mr. Debasty's I saw, in a gold frame, a picture of a Outer playing on his flute which, for a good while, I took for paynting, but at last observed it a piece of tapestry, and is the finest that ever I saw in my life for figures, and good natural colours, and a very fine thing it is indeed.
  • foiled He felt that his impassive demeanour had foiled the mean intention.
  • fouled He landed on a solitary spot where there was no likelihood of being molested, and Rodier having cleaned the fouled plug that had caused the trouble, they went on again.
  • fueled
  • fuller That was up the Jefferson, you see; they picked it for the real Missouri, you see, because it was fuller and quieter.
  • furled As soon as the sails were furled, Murray went on shore, accompanied by Jack and Terence, taking with them Tom and Gerald.
  • Filed
  • Fled
  • Fulled
  • Juliet
  • flied
  • FLT
  • faultier
  • fuelled
  • fullest
  • flirty
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