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  • brute Now, honey, don't you waste no tears on a brute like him-he ain't w-worth it!
  • crater The only space which we could occupy was the crater -like rim around this lake.
  • curate They were in the cart with the curate who had stopped to water his horse, thus losing his place in line.
  • falter Her glance did not falter , though a new sensation of pain passed through her heart.
  • farrier Bill remarked that he had seen the farrier singe and clip horses, and he always took good care to tie them up tight first.
  • faster He did not reply, but his face was flushed and his breath was coming faster .
  • ferret Sharp-eyed little ferret face, he was.
  • ferule He gave another round, bringing the ferule down with great force.
  • fester In order to make a fire, we were forced to enter the chaparal for wood, and in doing so we ran many prickles into our legs, which caused us great annoyance afterwards, as they fester , if not immediately pulled out.
  • fetter Civic laws were made to fetter the body; but the soul has no consciousness of the body, of the senses, and cannot therefore be fetter ed by civic laws.
  • fighter Lingard is above all things a fighter .
  • filter The liver is, therefore, to be regarded as a great poison filter for the entire body.
  • fired Swiftly John raised the revolver in his right hand, and fired low.
  • fitter And more by token he's a fitter , and would put you in the way of the same trade, and give you engines to your heart's content.
  • flouter
  • flute He gathered scholars and disciples round him, who praised Jehovah to the sound of harp and lute, flute and drum, who in violent agitation and divine excitement awaited his visions, and "were changed into other men."
  • flutter He saw her hand flutter out to the post by the door as she felt for the step.
  • footer Old man, when I was sixteen I got my footer colours.
  • forester A forester near by made answer thus: "Now if your royal highness please," said he, "Sweep, our good Emperor, hath caused these to be made for our little friends, the Red Caps.
  • forte In early childhood Emma exhibited a passion for music; at three years of age she discoursed upon the piano-forte in such a manner as to excite the marvel of all auditors.
  • foster I fully believed that my poor foster -brother was dead.
  • fourier As a matter of fact they did not make this discovery for themselves; it was made for them by middle-class men, lawyers and teachers and writers-Fourier, Owen, Marx, Lassalle.
  • framer 33. There lies Regin communing with himself; he will beguile the youth, who in him trusts: in rage he brings malicious words together, the framer of evil will avenge his brother.
  • frat Those were the days when the pledgling of a good high-pressure frat wrote to his mother the night before he was taken in and telegraphed her when he found himself alive in the morning.
  • freed Then she freed herself with a sudden start.
  • fret Don’t you fret about that.
  • fried Within ten minutes his ax was ringing in the grove of spruce trees close by, and the following night he fried mountain trout under the shelter of his own temporary roof.
  • fritter Have you learned the secret of perpetual youth that you deliberately fritter away its golden moments in order to rush after the Dead Sea fruit of domination and power?
  • fruit My whole career has been a fault; it could not bring other fruit than misery.
  • fruity It is not easy for the woman with a snub nose and lips molded with a hard pencil to bleed the milk of human kindness over the frailties of the fruity chalice that contained Miss Drew.
  • fryer Bligh used every endeavour, first by threats, and then by entreaties and promises of forgiveness, to induce the crew to return to their duty, and Fryer , the master, if he had received the least support, would also have made an attempt to retake the ship.
  • furled "Shure it's a beautiful place this, Misther Terence," said Larry to me, as, the anchor being dropped, and the sails furled , we lay floating calmly on the placid waters.
  • furor They knew that Gunderson wasn't concerned for those colonists out there, that he was merely using the public furor to advance his own personal power.
  • furred Isabel heard her father call from his room as she passed through the hall; and went in to him as he sat at his table in his furred gown, with his books about him, to bid him good-night and receive his blessing.
  • furrier The third and fourth floors are used for storage purposes by a furrier .
  • future They were working for the future .
  • grater In half a year's time he went through measles in the house-of-study, and then small-pox, and got a face as pitted as a grater .
  • prater Hyde Park, the Bois, the Cascine, the Prater , show no such sumptuous display.
  • refuter
  • router "Announcement of Engagement: Router and Dangerlie," was the heading on which his eye rested.
  • ureter The ureter serves as a duct for removing the secretion, while the blood supplies the materials from which the secretion is formed.
  • writer I remember I protested, pointing out to him my ambition to become a writer .
  • Fared When you and Davey are fixed up, Mrs. Cameron, Deirdre and I must get along and see how Steve and the school fared.
  • Firer They've got a quick-firer.
  • Forster To that condition Mr. Forster refused to submit, denying the right of any association to come between him and his constituents.
  • Fred But to know that Fred is alive too is worse.
  • Freer There is not a freer man at paying money to his tenants than Mr. Bruce is.
  • Furies Together they descend the stairs leading down to the machinery, and, when the key hangs in its old place, they both rush out into the open air as if pursued by furies.
  • Rater He has also taught me to write poetry, but you know a great many words which I never heard from him, such as 'a gogo, frustratoire, rater, dorloter'.
  • Fraser Colonel Fraser , of Castle Fraser , has also stuck to the Aberdeen and Angus polled cattle.
  • FARTED Yo I'm 'bout to get it started like I'm Hammer then I farted – Clock Strikes by timbaland
  • fruited 20, 143; scarlet-fruited, ii.
  • cruder The general conclusion is that modern scientific investigation reveals itself, when examined, as nothing more that the "rendering into a systematic technique, into an art deliberately and delightfully pursued, the rougher and cruder means by which practical human beings have in all ages worked out the implications of their beliefs, tested them, and endeavored in the interests of economy, efficiency, and freedom, to render them coherent with one another."
  • fuhrer
  • triter
  • ruder But a decided change is beginning to manifest itself in the interpretation of the customs and beliefs of the ruder races.
  • fustier
  • fatter The patients are all looking so much better and much fatter .
  • Frito y al maridito lo trae bien frito – Ay Que Pegarle La Mujer by Ramon Ayala
  • fuehrer

46 words made from the letters FURUTER

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