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  • fail I did not mean what you think- only-only if you fail!
  • fairly You will hear me out fairly, I am sure."
  • fall Sonny's the only child I ever see in my life thet could take young chimbly-swallers after their fall an' make em' live.
  • fault If I didn't come 'up' as I was 'brought' it wasn't his fault.
  • faulty The cause of the abnormal mobility of the patella varies in different cases; in some there is congenital laxity of the ligaments, in others a faulty formation of the lower end of the femur.
  • filly That crittur has got more prances and capers in her than any three-year-old filly I knows on.
  • fl 24 " 3. " at 105 " " at 15 fl.
  • flay We believe the Scotch under Wallace were not at all devoid of patriotism, though they were barbarous enough to flay Cressingham, and to burn the English alive at Ayr.
  • flu Oh, remember I had a villainous attack of the flu, and after that there were arrears of work to make up.
  • flue Some greenhouses are warmed by stoves, and serve a good purpose; others have a stove set in a flue which is built in the wall, gradually rising until it has passed around two or three sides of the building.
  • fly We have blood feuds there, and having killed the chief of a house with which my people had a quarrel I had to fly, and so made to Pola.
  • foal Some twenty brood mares, descendants of the best strains of thoroughbred stock, had been brought together, and many a good horse which played about as a foal at Morphetville's beautiful paddocks afterwards won classical races.
  • folly A superb folly, unjust to himself and us.
  • foul Since if so be thof it wus sometimes fair, why it wus sometimes foul.
  • foully V She hailed him Saint: And her Jeanne unsainted, foully sung!
  • fuel So rapidly now did the use of the steamboat increase on Long Island Sound, on the rivers, and along the coast that the newspapers began to discuss gravely the question whether the supply of fuel would long hold out.
  • full "Charly has his hands full in the slashing.
  • fully He does not wish to marry me, and I almost doubt whether he ever did, at least fully and unreservedly.
  • furl I sent some Lascars aloft to furl the loose canvas, and whilst this was doing, the wind freshened yet in another long-drawn blast that swept in a shriek betwixt our masts.
  • Family 12 July, 100 B.C., of noble family.
  • Fay Inspector Fay looked at him steadily for a moment.
  • Flo She had no fear now, for she believed that the "Eb and Flo" would carry her safely away from her pursuers, whither she did not know.
  • Farley With a suppressed yell Farley sprang at Darrin, and the latter struck out quickly.
  • FOL 1562 Bullein's Bulwarke, The booke of the vse of sicke men and medicenes, fol.
  • FLA Described from specimens received from Walter Thomas, Palatka, Fla.
  • Foley A little later Susan Foley appeared at the door of the living-room.

12 words made from the letters fauly

3 letter words made from fauly:

lay, fly, flu, ufa, afl.

4 letter words made from fauly:

fula, lauf, flay, luya, ulay, luay, yalu.

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