How to spell FELTL correctly?

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  • fealty The clergy rejected the offer with disdain; but the pope, willing to favour his new vassal, whom he found zealous in his declarations of fealty, and regular in paying the stipulated tribute to Rome, directed his legate to accept of forty thousand.
  • fell Before night fell, I had arranged everything.
  • felled And when they hesitated and were for sparing them, being large and goodly trees, he, taking up an ax himself, felled the greatest and most beautiful of them.
  • felt "I felt sure you would feel it," he said.
  • felted I well remember my first encounter with the queer specimens, and what mysteries they were, though the "cocoon" idea had never suggested itself to me, the felted mass having been found in a disintegrated state.
  • festal The eyes of the young men sparkled with eagerness for the fray, and many a head of cattle was slaughtered to make the meal a festal banquet.
  • fetal What, Erin beloved, is thy fetal condition? What shame in aych boosom must rankle and burrun, To think that our countree has ne'er a logician In the hour of her deenger will surrev her turrun!
  • fettle She showed fine nerve and fettle, even helping to wind the bandages around a wound, and being left in charge of certain sick ones while older nurses attended to those who were more helpless.
  • filet The soup was gone, a nice dish of filet de veau, aux epinards, was before us, and we had drank each a couple of glasses, before I ventured to ask one word about Monsieur Very.
  • flat The land was as flat as the palm of your hand, and the only thing was ter double.
  • flatly The pulpits of many churches were flatly refused to him.
  • fleet "I have met him," returned Miss Fleet, in her powerful voice.
  • fleetly O fugitive fragrances That tremble heavenward Unceasing, or if ye linger, Halt but as memories On the verge of forgetfulness, Why must ye pass so fleetly On wings that are less than wind, To a death unknowable? Soon ye are gone, and the air Forgets your faint unrest In the garden's breathlessness, Where fall the snows of silence.
  • flit His very shadow seems to flit over the frosted foliage of the artemisias as lightly as the figure of a gossamer-robed belle gliding across the waxed floor of a ball-room.
  • foetal I was feeling nauseous so I went to the toilet and then threw up.
  • Fled A few blows and the small trunk gave way and I fled for my life.
  • FLT
  • felts The man who directed the militia during this coal strike was A. C. Felts of the Baldwin- Felts Detective Agency, who was killed just the other day while governing several coal counties in West Virginia.

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