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  • beet In France, the juice of the sugar-beet is sometimes carried three or four miles in pipes for the same reason.
  • facet Hydrocarbon metabolism is an important facet of in situ bioremediation due to the severity of petroleum spills around the world.
  • fade Life is valued so much less by the young, to whom it is brightest, and before whom it still stretches in a long vista, than by the old, for whom its charms are already beginning to fade, and who are near its end.
  • fat He remarks that they are too fat.
  • fate But the story of my journey from Genoa to Marseilles was written in the book of fate, and could not be read by me.
  • feast Kate felt lonely the day she knew her home was overcrowded with all their big family; she sat very still thinking of them during the hour of the ceremony; she began preparing supper almost immediately, because Robert had promised her that he would not eat any more of the wedding feast than he could help, and he would bring Nancy Ellen as soon afterward as possible.
  • feat Here he turned a perfect somersault, if words could perform the feat.
  • fed I fed them and left the chicken yard gate open.
  • fee Every seventh person you meet in France is a landowner in fee, subject to moderate taxation.
  • feed He went away, promisin' to send Robert back, and Hiram went home to feed.
  • feeder The feeder connections were all at the front of the building, and the general voltage control apparatus was on the floor above.
  • feel I still feel and think.
  • feeler But she had hardly dared to suggest it. Even now, putting out her tremorous feeler, she shrank back from his refusal.
  • feint Loud ring the bugles, my boy, on either side, as when two chivalrous cocks crow defiance to each other from neighboring roosts; and presently two rival circus-companies met in tremendous collision with two-up and two-down, two over and two under: guard-parry-feint-thrust!
  • felt Our eyes met as they had before, and I was so absurd that I felt myself blushing.
  • ferret Possibly this is his way of taking the sting from his irresistible impulse to ferret out hidden mysteries.
  • fete
  • fetter
  • feud
  • fiat
  • filet
  • fit
  • flee
  • fleet
  • foot
  • fort
  • forte
  • free
  • freed
  • fret
  • ft
  • meet
  • tevet
  • Feet He was on his feet quickly.
  • Fest Every year a grand fest occurs during Adarsh, with the schools band welcoming the honours.
  • Feted
  • Fees To the Exchequer, and there received my tallys, and paid my fees in good order, and so home, and there find Mrs. Knipp and my wife going to dinner.
  • fetes
  • feeds The suitor feeds his darling, that is, seeks to win her affection by beautiful gifts.
  • FUT
  • FETA

4 words made from the letters feeet

3 letter words made from feeet:

tee, fee, eft.

4 letter words made from feeet:

fete.

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