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  • award She even went so far as to award the most persistent an afternoon at the Hackney Furnishing Company; but when, blushful and stammering, he discussed with the shopman the comparative merits of brass and iron bedsteads, Jenny, suddenly realizing the futility of the idea, fled from the jungle of furniture.
  • coward I'm not a coward, but I don't mind saying I'm afraid to think of what will become of us."
  • fad Horace Fletcher was his name, and his ideas became a fad, and some people carried them to comical extremes.
  • fahd He also served as deputy defense minister and was named crown prince when Fahd took the throne in 1982.
  • farad The range of units used to specify capacitor values has expanded to include everything from pico- (pF), nano- (nF) and microfarad (µF) to farad (F).
  • fatwa During the war, a fatwa in Pakistan declared that the Bengali 'freedom fighters' were Hindus and that their women could be taken as the 'booty of war.
  • flawed 3 January 1974; suspended since 18 September 1988; a constitution officially received 92.48% support in a flawed May 2008 referendum that most observers judged fell far short of international standards of free and fair elections; note - a new constitution is to take effect when a parliament is convened possibly in late January 2011
  • ford "Oh, yes, Mr. Ford," was the answer.
  • forward Instantly Gabriel ran forward.
  • forwards They were talking about him now as the Captain-his own pilot for Plymouth and the Channel-walked slowly backwards and forwards on the bridge.
  • froward There is something froward about the passion.
  • howard Altogether, Howard went to school the next morning with a somewhat sober face, and took no part whatever in the boys' fun over the meeting.
  • reward He is dead, And gone to his reward.
  • seaward I was scarce a quarter of a mile to seaward, and it was my first thought to paddle in and land.
  • seward It is said that Seward rules both Lincoln and Scott.
  • sward As I raised my long-sword to deal the creature its death thrust it halted in its charge and, as my sword cut harmlessly through the empty air, the great tail of the thing swept with the power of a grizzly's arm across the sward and carried me bodily from my feet to the ground.
  • wad Tell me, sir, what wad ye hae me du.
  • ward Not until that time, Captain Wayne,-indeed, not until after our experience at Mountain View,-did I fully realize that Major Brennan looked upon me otherwise than as a guardian upon his ward.
  • wart The death angel struck Alexander McGlue And gave him protracted repose; He wore a checked shirt and a No. 9 shoe And had a pink wart on his nose.
  • wayward He remained wayward as a child.
  • word Get out of here and pass that word."
  • Fared Therefore I determined, if she discovered me, to face the matter out and say that I was trying to find Leo, and to learn how he fared.
  • Fawned How they fawned and flattered!
  • Forwarder A transport company will also be required to notify its customers what role (carrier, forwarder or broker) it plays at each stage of the transport job, as well as which USDOT body regulates the activity.
  • Hayward He did all he could to be useful, but he could scarcely manage to stoop down, could carry nothing heavy, and moved very slowly; and he now and then made a dreadful muddle in the shop, when a customer was not like Mrs. Hayward, who told him where everything was, and the price of all she wanted, as well as Mrs. King could do herself.
  • Toward A policeman suddenly turned the corner and came toward him.
  • FWD The Fleetwood name returned as a RWD model with a major redesign for 1993 (the FWD Fleetwood had been renamed Sixty Special that year) and Brougham again became an option package, as it had been in 1965.

36 words made from the letters faward

3 letter words made from faward:

ada, raw, wad, rad, aar, ara, war, fda, daw, raf, far, fad, fdr.

4 letter words made from faward:

5 letter words made from faward:

adraw, fawar, award, rawad, daraf, fadwa, dwarf, fawad, waard, wafra, farad, arwad, dawar, farda, dawra.

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