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  • eel I heard his words, but felt that all I could do was to let the eel go where it liked.
  • fe When the days of feasting were over, and Mary Greenwater's relatives had returned to their cabins richer by a number of ponies, Mary told Carson a wondrous story of how, many summers ago, when her grandfather was a boy, a Spanish caravan came from Santa Fe and was besieged in the Grand river hills for many days, and of how, finding that they would eventually be starved to death if they remained, the travelers had hidden their possessions among the lime rocks and undertaken to cut their way through the Indian hordes to a place of safety.
  • feb One cannot go with the crowd in January or February.
  • fed The man next him was being fed through the nose.
  • fee "I am sure of it," the doctor acknowledged, "but so long as I am here, with nothing else to do and a very heavy fee if by any chance I bring my man through, I may just as well see to these things myself.
  • feel I feel you are going to.
  • fell Then her eyes fell on Endrid.
  • felt And they felt they would never see him more.
  • fen Here and there stood a sandy knoll, capped with firs, looking like black splashes against the grey sky; not a sign of habitation anywhere; the only trace of men being the white, straight road extending for miles across the fen.
  • few I'll have to round her up again and tell her a few things.
  • fey Lady Bertilak, along with Lord Bertilak and Morgan La Fey, bring Sir Gawain’s loyalty in the face of what is acts of sexual advances, ones that are "not nearly as reserved and what some would call honorable" as said by Emily Spangler.
  • fez As for travellers journeying across their country, only certain "roads" are "open" and safe: a Christian, with proper precaution, is seldom attacked on the way to Fez or Morocco City-a Jew occasionally.
  • fl fi fl ff ffi ffl fi fl fff ffi fl
  • fuel We also found, that wood, which we had split up for fuel, and had deposited beyond the reach of the day-tide, floated away during the night.
  • gel You giv 'er the rough o' yer tongue, old gel, But-what a sell!
  • Del Her he selected for his peerless lady, and dubbed her with the sweet-sounding name of Dulcinea del Toboso.
  • Fer Wal, then, don't you go huntin' fer trouble.
  • Mel In two of the characters, Great Mel and Mrs. Mel, are found the pen portraits of Meredith's grandparents.
  • Tel Now passe on, Time: to after-worlds tell this, Tell truelie, Time, what in thy time hath beene, That they may tel more worlds what Time hath seene, And heauen may ioy to think on past worlds blisse.
  • FOL On fol. 2^a and 163^a five-line initials in blue with graceful pen decoration in red. Initials of chapters and morals supplied in alternate red and blue.
  • REL Carmichael was announced as a executive producer for the multi-sitcom sitcom Rel starring his former Carmichael Show co-star Lil Rel Howery.
  • FEM van der Walle, Boonstra maakte Philips welvarend, 30 August 2000↑ Philips headquarters to move↑ FEM Business & Finance: Cor Boonstra, FEM top 100 most powerful officials (Dutch website - link broken)↑ Tóth werd dag voor handel Boonstra ingelicht
  • EFL On 25 June 2012, after a further 33 league appearances for Valencia in two seasons combined, free agent Bruno signed a two-year contract for EFL Championship club Brighton & Hove Albion.

1 words made from the letters fel

3 letter words made from fel:

elf.

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