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Correct spellings for PHITO

  • aphid
  • chit
  • fiat He felt that the fiat of death had gone forth, and there settled an undercurrent of conviction in his mind that for him there would be no recovery, take what precaution he would.
  • fit The fact is, I've taken a fancy to it, and should like to fit it up myself.
  • foot He stopped it with his foot.
  • hoot When they reached it the hoot of a whistle came ringing down the track, and they saw the great locomotive vanish amidst the piles of lumber outside a big sawmill, with the long cars lurching through the smoke behind it.
  • hot The air is bad, and the room is kept too hot.
  • phaeton As behind the horseman is said to be invariably seated Black Care, so behind the gallant driver of that phaeton were sitting the Colonel's two-fold cares, his two daughters.
  • phi She confided her fears to Phi.
  • phial She did not speak to him about the centaur's words to her, nor did she tell him that she had hidden away the phial that had Nessus's blood in it.
  • philter When she had thanked him for his promise of renewing her letter of freedom, and had confirmed the statement that Paaker had had a love-philter from her, she parted her hair from off her face-it occurred to her that she was a woman.
  • photo An' Kemp the landlord's got the notes an' the pocket-book an' the photo all complete; an' most likely the watch too, since you tell me he bought it; an' Viney could swear to 'em.
  • photon
  • pit
  • pita
  • pitt
  • pity
  • pivot
  • porto
  • pt
  • quito
  • riot
  • shift
  • shot
  • tito
  • whit
  • white
  • It
  • Photos
  • PTO
  • pH
  • Vito
  • Fido
  • Phil
  • HT
  • PVT
  • HIT
  • ITO
  • PHAT
  • PHIS
  • Phish
  • Frito
  • pot
  • a whale of a
  • am consequent
  • am on the back of
  • more right-handed
  • professional names
  • fiddler green
  • fiddler greens