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  • aught As though my father cared aught for 'Lena, except to admire her for her beauty and agreeable manners.
  • fahd Diplomatic representation in US: chief of mission: Ambassador ABD AL-RAHMAN bin Saud bin Fahd Al Thani chancery: Suite 1180, 600 New Hampshire Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20037 telephone: [1] (202) 338-0111
  • fat He lived in a house with his papa and mamma, who were so fat that they had to be very good-natured, because you know, it don't answer at all for fat people to be cross, it makes them feel so very uncomfortable.
  • faucet A pretty copper tea-kettle, and a shiny tin boiler, made to order,-like an urn, or something,-with a copper faucet, and nothing else ever about, except it were that minute wanted; and all the tins and irons begun with new again, and kept clean; and little cocoanut dippers with German silver rims; and things generally contrived as they are for other kinds of rooms that ladies use; it might be like that little picnicking dower-house we read about in a novel, or like Marie Antoinette's Trianon.
  • fault Fastidious critics did, indeed, find fault with her mouth, which was rather large, but they had nothing but praise for her well-formed nose, her pretty complexion, and, above all, for her sparkling black eyes which, as in the days of her girlhood, were her most striking beauty; so lovely were they that the Puritan Sir Simonds d'Ewes was fain to lament that their owner should be in the thraldom of Popery.
  • faust He seemed about to call her sons to a life of public activity; and in the famous soliloquy of Faust, in which he feels his way from word to thought, from thought to might, and from might to action, we may discern the literary projection of the influence exerted by the new Charlemagne on that nation of dreamers.
  • fight The Knight of the Redlands hath hung it there, that any knight may blow thereon, and then will he himself come out and fight with him.
  • flight He flew to raise her-but 'twas in vain: Her spirit its flight in fear had ta'en!
  • fraught His was a court which, if not identical at all points with the analogous exponents of things Divine in her youth, was fraught with the same jurisdiction; was vocal with resonances that proclaimed the same consequences to the unredeemed that the mumblings of a pastor of her early days, remembered with little gratitude, had been inarticulate with.
  • fright Tell us why this sudden fright," shouted Bobby Coon.
  • haughty But Hervey also says that Argyll was "haughty, passionate, and peremptory," and it cannot be doubted that he was capable of almost any political tergiversation, or even treachery, which could have served his purpose; and his purpose was always his own personal interest.
  • naught Through month after month of discouragement, and work gone for naught, and fever and death, his eyes never left his goal.
  • ought The British authorities out here seem to think I ought to go home and give lectures at various centres, and I have heard from Vickers-Maxim's people that they want me to come.
  • taught She rather regarded Minnie in the aspect of-to quote the hymn familiar to her childhood-"a gypsy baby, taught to roam, and steal her daily bread;" and no matter how carefully guarded the infant mind, the experiences of the gypsy will kindle a flame of interest.
  • Caught Still, the whole attitude, the whole bearing of the man-his showy, almost comic, appearance and his grandiloquence of expression-as well as the tremendous character of the wording of his theatrical bills, afforded points of attack from the moment that he caught the public eye, that no caricaturist or humorist could resist.
  • Fought But I do suggest that he would be none the worse American for being encouraged to set a due value on his rightful share in the achievements of earlier ancestors than those who fought at Trenton or sailed with Decatur.
  • Fatah Algeria Ahd 54 [Ali Fauzi REBAINE]; Algerian National Front or FNA [Moussa TOUATI]; National Democratic Rally (Rassemblement National Democratique) or RND [Ahmed OUYAHIA]; National Liberation Front or FLN [Abdelaziz BELKHADEM, secretary general]; National Reform Movement or Islah [Ahmed ABDESLAM] (formerly MRN); Rally for Culture and Democracy or RCD [Said SADI]; Renaissance Movement or EnNahda Movement [ Fatah RABEI]; Socialist Forces Front or FFS [Hocine Ait AHMED]; Society of Peace Movement or MSP [Boudjerra SOLTANI]; Workers Party or PT [Louisa HANOUNE] note: a law banning political parties based on religion was enacted in March 1997
  • FUT But I hear there is, as ye say, what th' pa-apers 'd call a movement on fut f'r to dec'rate Chris'mas threes with aldhermen, an' 'tis wan that ought to be encouraged.
  • naughty Sometimes she went and told her mother how naughty her daughter was, even to calling her an aurochs.

46 words made from the letters faught

3 letter words made from faught:

aft, aug, fha, ufa, hfg, fag, tau, gut, tag, hag, hat, tug, hug, uta, uhf, gat, fug, hut, fat.

5 letter words made from faught:

tufah, fauth, aught, fuath.

4 letter words made from faught:

guth, haug, faht, tuah, gath, tufa, ghat, tahu, ghaf, utah, tugh, huta, hauf, tagh, faut, thua, thug, hafu, guta, gthu, huat, haft, gaut.

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