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  • based And your plan of campaign is based on this conclusion?
  • cased A ship, cased in tons of ice, was forging up the harbor, her decks swarming with blue jackets, some of whom were beating off the frozen masses from lower spars and rigging.
  • eased He didn't answer until the pressure had eased and his ribs were free to work for more than mere survival.
  • facade The moon had not yet risen, and they had forgotten to light either the pitch-pans or the torches which usually burned in front of the south facade of the temple.
  • faced He faced Anne once more, prepared to insist on full satisfaction.
  • facet To others not so foolish, Brent Taber symbolized a completely necessary facet of a working democracy-secret government.
  • fad Some of them liked to be thought odd, and found in labor unions a piquant fad.
  • faded "No, no, it cannot be," she muttered; yet, while she spoke, a faint flush passed over her sunken and faded cheek, and the bosom heaved beneath the robe, "a world too wide for its shrunk" proportions.
  • fahd Abdul-Aziz al-Masri, alias of Ali Sayyid Muhamed Mustafa al-Bakri (born 1966), Egyptian alleged terrorist Abdullah Muhammed Abdel Aziz (born 1967), Saudi held in Guantanamo Abdelaziz Sahere (born 1967), Moroccan runner Abdulaziz AlـShayji (born 1967), Kuwaiti politician Abdul Aziz Moshood (born 1968), Nigerian footballer Abdul Aziz, or Imam Samudra (1970–2008), Indonesian executed for terrorist offences Abdel Aziz al-Muqrin (1971–2004), Saudi alleged terrorist Mohamed Abdullaziz Al-Deayea, or Mohamed Al-Deayea (born 1972), Saudi footballer Abdul Aziz bin Fahd (born 1973), Saudi prince and politician Abd Al Aziz Sayer Uwain Al Shammeri (born 1973), Kuwaiti held in Guantanamo Abdulaziz Khathran (born 1973), Saudi footballer Abdulaziz Al-Janoubi (born 1974), Saudi footballer Abdul Aziz Abdullah Ali Al Suadi (born 1974), Yemeni held in Guantanamo Abdul Aziz Naji, presumably correct name of Aziz Abdul Naji (born 1975), Algerian held in Guantanamo Karim Abdel Aziz (born 1975), Egyptian actor Abdulaziz Muhammad Saleh bin Otash (born 1975), Saudi alleged terrorist Azmin Azram Abdul Aziz (born 1976), Malaysian footballer Mahmoud Abd Al Aziz Abd Al Mujahid (born 1977), Yemeni held in Guantanamo Ayman Abdelaziz (born 1978), Egyptian-Turkish footballer Abdelaziz Ahanfouf (born 1978), German-Moroccan footballer Abdelaziz Touilbini (born 1978), Algerian boxer Abdulaziz al-Omari (1979–2001), Saudi aircraft hijacker in the September 11 attacks Abdul Aziz Saad Al-Khaldi (born 1979), Saudi held in Guantanamo Abdulaziz Fadhil (born 1979), Kuwaiti footballer Abdulaziz Karim (born 1979), Qatari footballer Abdel Aziz Moussa (born 1980), Chadian-Angolan basketball player Abdulaziz Ali (born 1980), Qatari footballer Adel Abdulaziz (born 1980), UAE footballer Abd Al Aziz Muhammad Ibrahim Al Nasir (born 1980), Saudi held in Guantanamo Abdul Aziz Ismail (born 1981), Malyasian footballer Abdul Aziz bin Talal bin Abdul Aziz Al Saud (born 1982), Saudi prince Abdulaziz Abdelrahman (born 1982), Saudi singer Abdul Aziz Abdul Rahman Abdul Aziz Al Baddah (born 1982), Saudi held in Guantanamo Abdoul Aziz Hamza (born 1982), Nigerian footballer Omar Abdel Aziz (born 1983), Egyptian squash player Abdelaziz Kamara (born 1984), French-Mauritanian footballer Omar Abdul Aziz (born 1985), Nigerian footballer Mohamed Abdelaziz Tchikou (born 1985), Algerian footballer Abdulaziz Hatem (born 1985), Qatari footballer Abdoul-Aziz Nikiema (born 1985), Burkinabé footballer Abdelaziz Tawfik (born 1986), Egyptian footballer Abdul Aziz (footballer) (born 1986), Pakistani footballer Abdulaziz Al-Kalthem (born 1987), Saudi footballer Abdulaziz Al Sulaiti (born 1988), Qatari footballer Abdulaziz Belraysh (born 1990), Libyan footballer Abdul Aziz Tetteh (born 1990), Ghanaian footballer Abdulaziz Fayez Al Alawi (born 1990), UAE footballer Abdulaziz Al Salimi (born 1991), Kuwaiti footballer Abd Al-Aziz Fawzan Al-Fawzan, Saudi writer and televisor Abdul Aziz Said, Syrian-America political writer Abdulaziz Sachedina, Tanzanian-American professor of religious studies Abdul Aziz Mirza, Pakistani naval officer and diplomat Amirsham Abdul Aziz, Malaysian businessman Abdul Aziz Ghazi, Pakistani cleric Abdul Aziz ibn Ayyaf Al-Miqrin, Saudi politician Ibrahim Abdulaziz Sahad, Libyan politician Abdul Aziz Abul, Bahraini politician Mohamed Nazri Abdul Aziz, Malaysian politician Abdul Aziz Abdul Kadir, Malaysian politician Abdul Aziz Shamsuddin, Malaysian politician Samir Abd al-Aziz, Iraqi politician Abdelaziz Kareem Salim al-Noofayee, Saudi held in Guantanamo As patronymic Umar ibn AbdulAziz (ca.
  • faisal Muhammad al-Bukhari (810–870), editor of Sahih al-Bukhari, the book of Hadith Jalaluddin Surkh-Posh Bukhari (1199–1291), Naqvi Sufi saint and missionary Sayyid Ajjal Shams al-Din Omar al-Bukhari (1211–1279), Yunnans provincial governor, under the Mongol Yuan Dynasty Jamal ad-Din Muḥammad ibn Ṭāhir ibn Muḥammad al‐Zaydī al‐Bukhārī, (13th-century) Persian-speaking Muslim astronomer Baha-ud-Din Naqshband Bukhari (1318–1389), founder of the Naqshbandi tariqa Kirom Bukhoroi, 18th century Tajik poet Syed Ata Ullah Shah Bukhari (1892–1961), Muslim scholar and orator Patras Bokhari (1898–1958), Pakistani humorist and diplomat Zulfiqar Ali Bukhari (1904–1975), Urdu broadcaster and first director-general of Radio Pakistan Lal Bokhari (1909–1959), Indian field hockey player Naeem Bokhari (born 1948), Pakistani lawyer and television personality Syed Mokhtar Al-Bukhary (born 1952), Malaysian businessman Nayyar Hussain Bukhari (born 1952), Pakistani politician Shahid Hussain Bokhari (born 1952), Pakistani computer scientist Syed Faisal Bukhari (born 1963), Pakistani film and television director, producer, and cinematographer Nourdin Boukhari (born 1980), Dutch-born Moroccan footballer Mudassar Bukhari (born 1983), Pakistani-born Dutch cricketer Admiral Fasih Bokhari, Chief of Naval Staff of the Pakistani navy Asghar Bukhari, founding member of the Muslim Public Affairs Committee UK Fida Hussain Bukhari, Pakistani religious scholar
  • farad
  • fascia
  • fast
  • fasten
  • faster
  • fated
  • faust
  • faustus
  • fazed
  • feast
  • feud
  • fist
  • fraud
  • freud
  • fused
  • fusty
  • pseud
  • sad
  • said
  • saudi
  • tussaud
  • Famed It was towards evening when our travellers, in safety and good spirits, arrived at the far-famed city of Augsburg, and, full of expectation, rode through the high streets to the spacious mansion of the old Swaning.
  • Fared
  • Fasted
  • Faxed
  • Feasted
  • Fest
  • Fud
  • Fussed
  • Fatah
  • Masada
  • Assad She is about to enter a retreat on the edge of the Syrian desert, but she, too, prays for the life of Assad.
  • faked So he manufactured five, all with faked labels on, showing that each species was taken at different altitudes.
  • LASED
  • FASTS
  • phased
  • alightings For several days each suffered the buzzing, flittings and alightings of this without speaking of it to the other, since each believed that the other had not yet thought of it. But one afternoon they had been talking of that hot August month in London, with their childish tales of Ellesdee, and the curious fact that if you only make a game out of a privation, the privation ceases and the game becomes entrancingly real.

23 words made from the letters fasaud

3 letter words made from fasaud:

ada, aas, usa, ufa, sad, fda, suf, fad, das.

4 letter words made from fasaud:

5 letter words made from fasaud:

ausaf, duaas, audas, fuaad, sadaf, fasad, suada.

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Presdigious

  • hair of dog bit one
  • malicious tactics
  • presidium's
  • prestige's
  • prestigious
  • prodigies
  • prodigious
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