What is the correct spelling for WFIRST?

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Correct spellings for WFIRST

  • fast She hurries clear and fast, She runs amain by field and town From south to north, from up to down, To present on from past. – Know You The River NEar To Grez by Robert Louis Stevenson
  • faust Have you finished the "Faust" overture?
  • feast Who now, with greedy looks, eats up my feast? What stare outfaces now my silver moon! Ah! keep that hand unravished at the least; Let, let, the amorous burn -- – Ode To Fanny by John Keats
  • feisty
  • fiat At length, as the cooling process went on, the density of the mists was diminished;-the wonderful fiat went forth, "Let light be"-and light was.
  • fiesta But you should have seen the faces of your officers when my uncle refused to go to their governor's palace; there was to have been a fiesta , a 'reception'; is it not the word?
  • finest The finest sight I have seen is the artillery going into action.
  • first "You hit it first time," he answered.
  • firstly Firstly, about thirty-eight miles out of forty-five led through a fairly well settled district where I could hope to find a chain of short-haul trails.
  • fist In his right fist , though, he has a long yellow envelope.
  • fit It was the soul alone that travelled, and naturally it was fit that only kisses of the soul should be exchanged on the journey.
  • flirt You take Dash, I will take Flirt ."
  • foist
  • forest
  • fort
  • frost
  • fusty I wouldn't mind if I blew a cloud, as well as you, old fusty -musty."
  • thirst
  • waist
  • whist
  • worst
  • wrest
  • wrist
  • Fest
  • Forster John Forster , Charles Dickens's biographer and friend, even had some sort of fear at that time that Dickens was in danger of adopting the stage as a profession.
  • Wist "I rode forth with him even to the gate, firm in the belief that I had thrown the winning number in life's game; but scarce had I turned my horse homeward when I wist that I had cast from me all the peace and joy of my soul.
  • firs
  • furs
  • fits
  • fairs
  • rifest
  • fists
  • fairest
  • creamest
  • unpermeable
  • immoderacies
  • in-grained

25 words made from the letters WFIRST