Correct spelling for FAMILTY

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Possible correct spellings for familty

  • Faculty
  • I wonder if the rest of the faculty is like him."

  • Fealty
  • Now isom's talk about the lad's blood, and his expression of high confidence in his fealty, gave her a pleasant topic of speculation.

  • Fatality
  • Those only who feel themselves assured of the morrow can regulate the number of their children according to their income; he who lives from day to day is under the yoke of a mysterious fatality, to which he sacrifices his children as he was sacrificed to it himself.

  • Familiar
  • Hearing the familiar voice, hepsey hastened to the front of the house, and was about to retreat, when mr. ball stopped her.

  • Facility
  • It recited the fact that the province had always been ruled by quakers who were opposed to war, but that now it had become necessary to allow men to become soldiers and to give them every facility for the profession of arms, because the assembly though containing a quaker majority nevertheless represented all the people of the province.

  • Fault
  • No one even asked her if she had any fault to find in return.

  • Flirty
  • atkins told him charity is very argumentative, flirty and a bitch, which makes her "a brilliant character to play.

  • Faulty
  • But if the play is faulty in construction, as i venture to think it is, it has other merits of the highest order, which place it in some respects among the best works of the great master of dramatic art.

  • Malty
  • Milt
  • "oh, certainly, mrs milt.

  • Frailty
  • In consequence of the extreme frailty of the synthetic principle the creative imagination does not succeed in accomplishing its task and remains in a condition intermediate between simple association of ideas and creation proper.

  • Family
  • "now, mother," he said "do you think it fair that i should have to look after the whole family as if they were my own?"

  • Failed
  • Back and forth he slid but failed to locate the strip.

  • Formality
  • Nor would his appreciation of the formality which seemed demanded by monk's solemn manner, permit him to sit before the captain had taken his own chair behind the desk.