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  • buying This evening all the town was occupied in buying a few sheep. But I ain't buying. I'm wearing my blue shoes and crying. – Blue Shoes by Katie Melua
  • dyeing The Project Gutenberg eBook, The Dyeing of Woollen Fabrics, by Franklin Beech This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
  • dying In the meanwhile the child was dying. Blow, let us hear the purple glens replying; Blow, bugle; answer, echoes, dying, dying, dying. – The Splender Falls by alfred, lord tennyson
  • facing Throwing off my slippers, I wanted to step upon an island facing me. you can say that it's just a game but i'm not playing and friends i once believed seem so distant now to me and i don't even know which way i'm facing – Firey Shade of Blue by Down By Law
  • fading In a few hundred years after the temple of Solomon was finished, this sumptuous structure was doomed to destruction, like all the fading handiwork of man. cause my mind is fadin' And everywhere I look there's a dead end waiting, Temperature's dropping – Devils Haircut by oasis
  • fain To church, it being a very wet night last night and to-day, dined at home, and so to church again with my wife in the afternoon, and coming home again found our new maid Doll asleep, that she could not hear to let us in, so that we were fain to send the boy in at a window to open the door to us.
  • feign For it was hers all day long to feign laughter and all night long to conquer fever and despair.
  • filing
  • fin
  • fine
  • finn Young Finn was grateful; beholding the tears of his venerable protector, he would have remained and attended him till the hour of his death; but the Quaker would not permit him, he gave him his best horse, and furnished him with arms and money.
  • firing
  • fling
  • flying
  • fringe
  • frying
  • haying I really must get home before haying.
  • laying
  • lying
  • paying
  • saying
  • toying "Think of our own young days, Charlie," she whispered, with her fingers still toying with his hair.
  • tying
  • Baying He felt what a narrow escape Goddard had probably had, and the terrible sound of Stamboul's baying had brought back to him once again and very vividly the scene in the woods by the Bosphorus.
  • Defying And we should abandon him then, save that having once tasted what he can do for us, we become enamoured of the habit of going keenly, and defying obstacles.
  • Faring Meanwhile the wind and the sea had both been steadily increasing until it had grown to be what sailors expressively term "a regularly dirty night", and we were no sooner clear of our sheltering reef of rocks than we were struck by a comber that pretty nearly half-filled the boat that I happened to be in, the other boat, which was astern of us, faring little or no better.
  • Feting
  • Fining
  • Flaying
  • Fraying They took us all over Cambridge, which he knew and loved every inch of, and led us afield through the straggling, unhandsome outskirts, bedrabbled with squalid Irish neighborhoods, and fraying off into marshes and salt meadows.
  • Fuming
  • Fusing
  • Guying "Guying" does not signify a sense of humor.
  • Hying
  • Joying
  • Keying
  • Shying
  • Vying
  • Yin
  • fazing
  • faking
  • FYI
  • eyeing She flushed with anger, and stood there with her head thrown back, eyeing me with a contempt that cut me to the quick.
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