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Correct spelling for FIFHT

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Possible correct spellings for fifht

  • Fifty
  • "if you'll find this box for me i will give you fifty dollars," declared mr. halsey.

  • Fist
  • Then he stood straight and raised a clenched fist to the sky.

  • Fright
  • Martha's face became red with fright.

  • Fight
  • He had made them his own and now he must fight for them; and watch over them, day and night.

  • Fit
  • "i'm afraid it won't fit.

  • Flight
  • The last flight was indeed the last flight.

  • Fifth
  • Hogboom hit him second, third, fifth and thirty-fourth.

  • Fifo
  • This makes the queue a first-in-first-out (fifo) data structure.

  • Fifths
  • This is five and a half months'provision, or two fifths of the annual consumption.

  • Lift
  • Then, with a sudden lift of his voice, he added: "one thing i would say: the one bright spot in the very dreadful situation is ireland.

  • Fife
  • Echoing down the corridor outside there came nearer and nearer the beat of a drum and with it the liquid notes of a fife.

  • Rift
  • The attempt of the transvaal government to seize the areas of bechuanaland was the rift in the silver lining of the clouds of transvaal prosperity.

  • Fiat
  • For mr. martineau apparently abandons the primitive theory of creation by "fiat of almighty will", and also the theory of creation by manufacture-by "a contriving and adapting power," and seems to believe in evolution: requiring only that "an originating mind" shall be taken as its antecedent.

  • Fifer
  • The sergeant and drummer were strangers to our folks; but the fifer was no other than charley moggs, long known as the boss loafer of bickerbray, and who was famed for a single accomplishment-the perfection with which he executed, upon an octave flute, that difficult but favorite piece of music which goes by the name of "sugar in a gourd;" which accomplishment was the foundation of his present astonishing promotion under sergeant trap, who had come to quodlibet, in pursuance of orders from mr. poinsett, to pick up as many spare heroes for the florida war, as might be found in our environs, willing to dog the indians in company with our gallant blood-hound allies lately arrived from cuba.

  • Gift
  • A man that's got the gift of making poetry has no occasion to stand back in the corner."

  • Sift
  • One of the busiest functions of the critic being to sift the multifarious harvest of contemporaneous literature, he must have a hand that can shake hard,-and hit hard, too, at times.

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