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  • faerie Another good one is "The Faerie Queen" by Edmund Spenser.
  • far He knew that they had not gone far and that they would be heard from before long.
  • fare But I like a change of fare, and so often I go hunting in the Green Forest.
  • faro Mary Greenwater went to the faro table.
  • fear But there was no fear of that; indeed, he had no thought of the kind.
  • feature For it is a trifle exciting-though but an innocent coincidence-to be compared, feature by feature, to a young man's ideal.
  • fee The fee, as I took the trouble to find out, was not large; indeed, for a man of Holymead's commanding eminence at the bar it might be called a small one, and he should have returned the brief because the fee was inadequate.
  • feral In the mid-1980s control of feral rabbits on nearby Phillip Island allowed plant seedlings to survive in accessible areas for the first time in more than one hundred years, and in 1985 some seedlings of Abutilon julianae were discovered.
  • ferry Twelfth Corps Harper's Ferry and Sharpsburg.
  • fire Her eyes themselves were smouldering with fire.
  • flare It was an evil lie, you used to swear, And your glance, which was lying, dear, would flame,- Poor fire, near out, one stirs to make it flare!
  • fore And didn't Sleep come like a sweet, consolin' friend and lay her hand on my gray hair and weary fore-top jest as lovin' as Mother Smith ust to, and murmur in my ear, jest as soft and low as Ma Smith did, "Hush, my dear; lie still and slumber."
  • fr French and Francis, Old Fr.
  • frau Here her voice, still uncertain, failed, but she allowed Frau Traut to clasp her to her heart and, in her joy at this decision, which relieved her of a grave anxiety, to kiss her brow and cheeks.
  • fray Well, Dad was out again in about two shakes, ready for the fray, and you can bet the rest of us didn't linger long.
  • free What sharp worries, heavy sorrows, days and nights you and I have gone through, when we should have been quietly resting-free-to keep up our strength for our next day's work.
  • frey So Frey obtained Gerda, the most beautiful of all women, for his wife, but he lost his sword.
  • Fared It was a hard time of it he and his disciples had; no men ever fared worse and for less provocation given, at the hands of arbitrary powers, than did the Quakers.
  • Feared "I'm feared we've been rayther hard on Hetty's children.
  • Fer "Girty nigh did fer you," remarked Wetzel, examining Joe's wound.
  • Fora TV Tiradentes (Juiz de Fora-MG) - Channel 10 (currently TV Alterosa Juiz de Fora, affiliated SBT): 1997–2000 TV dos Vales (Coronel Fabriciano-MG) - Channel 10 (currently Inter TV dos Vales, affiliated Rede Globo): 2007 - 2008
  • Freer It was like a church-only clearer and sweeter and freer-perhaps it was the woods-with the wind whispering up there.
  • Fears Was Benedetto's impulse really more Christian than his own fears and the Abbot's scruples?
  • FAIRER The fairer Lascelles cries!
  • FARES Ill fares the bark, with trembling wretches charg'd, That tost amid the floating fragments, moors Beneath the shelter of an icy isle, While night o'erwhelms the sea, and horror looks More horrible.

14 words made from the letters feare

3 letter words made from feare:

ear, era, are, fee, raf, far, ref.

4 letter words made from feare:

5 letter words made from feare:

feare.

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