Correct spelling for FID

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Possible correct spellings for fid

  • Fix(Definition of fix)
  • "i'm pretty sure i can fix you up that way.

  • Fad(Definition of fad)
  • As for his being english, it was just a fad of manderson's to have an english secretary.

  • Fie(Definition of Fie)
  • I remember still how a fat woman, probably a cook, seized me by the collar and pushed me out into the street, crying: "fie!

  • Cid(Definition of Cid)
  • My lord the cid had heard it.

  • Mid(Definition of mid)
  • If pigglewitch has received the money on the note and sends it immediately by post, it will arrive with the mid-day train.

  • Fido
  • Fido was very grateful to raggedy ann and the other dolls and before he went to his basket he gave them each a lick on the cheek.

  • Id
  • Fir(Definition of fir)
  • I was going to the back first, sir, but happening to glance about me as i walked round the house, i saw the young woman that sir horace had ordered me to show out of the house the night before he went to scotland, peering out from behind one of the fir trees of the plantation in front of the house.

  • Did(Definition of Did)
  • "to be sure she did.

  • Kid(Definition of kid)
  • I can't begin to tell you how i love that kid.

  • Find(Definition of find)
  • "oh, where did you find that?

  • Sid
  • Fud(Definition of Fud)
  • Fed(Definition of fed)
  • I'll get there, now i'm fed up."

  • Lid(Definition of lid)
  • To convince jan he had pulled out the table drawer and thrown back the lid of his clothes-chest, to let him see for himself that there was no such letter.

  • Fin(Definition of fin)
  • Scrape out with point of small knife blade the flesh that runs out thin over tail-fin bones.

  • Fig(Definition of fig)
  • In the plants shown in fig.

  • I'd(Definition of i'd)
  • "there's nothing i'd like better.

  • Rid(Definition of rid)
  • The place is well rid of them.

  • Fd
  • -the combinations -pd, -fd, -kd, -sd, and some others, are unpronounceable.

  • Bid(Definition of bid)
  • "i am here to bid you both to the evening meal," she said.

  • Yid(Definition of Yid)
  • Fwd
  • Aid(Definition of aid)
  • "i think i shall need your aid," said that lady, with a smile.

  • Hid(Definition of Hid)
  • Your scarf had kept your mouth well hid I couldn't see how you could know me But you said you knew me and I believed you did When you whispered in my ear

    – ONE OF US MUST KNOW (Sooner or Later) by Bob Dylan
  • Fib(Definition of fib)
  • "old" ponny-a fib; what's fifty?

  • Fit(Definition of fit)
  • "i won't be fit for much to-morrow if i don't get some sleep, and i may have a hard day of it.