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  • beta The cannon-like device which had accompanied the seeming miracle was an adaptation of the cathode tube, whose rays are identical with the beta rays of the atom and consist of a stream of negatively charged particles moving at the velocity of light-186,000 miles a second.
  • eta The very outcasts-such as the Eta classes-formed self-governing communities, with traditions of their own, and would not voluntarily accept strangers.
  • fat He's such a fat one.
  • fate It's fate-it's all fate!
  • fatty What ho, within there, Fatty!"
  • fatwa Izzat Atiyya, lecturer at Cairos Al-Azhar University, issued a fatwa that suggested that male and female colleagues could use breastfeeding to get around a religious ban on being alone together.
  • fda Food and Drug Administration (FDA) discourages calling a product "barley sugar" or "barley candy" unless the product actually includes barley.
  • feat This perilous adventure was characterised by the Commander-in-Chief as "the greatest feat of physical and moral courage performed by any individual during the entire campaign."
  • fed She held it on her knees and fed it on spring flowers.
  • feed For this small sum she undertook to feed me, to keep me clean, and to send me to a day-school.
  • felt And yet he felt he ought not to be selfish.
  • fetal Arguments for abortion rights which do not depend on fetal non-personhood Bodily rights An argument first presented by Judith Jarvis Thomson states that even if the fetus is a person and has a right to life, abortion is morally permissible because a woman has a right to control her own body and its life-support functions.
  • fete Next day a magnificent fete was held at the Hotel de Ville, where the Empress displayed her accustomed grace and kind consideration.
  • fetid When the diarrhoea becomes fetid and bloody, give, night and morning, a clyster composed of a decoction of Peruvian bark, and a teaspoonful of powdered charcoal from the poplar, well sifted.
  • fetter Superb animals they were, one and all; perfect creatures, fresh from the hand of Nature, untouched by fetter or lasso, untamable as the lion in his jungle.
  • fettle In a spectacular finish, Caduceus passed the post half a length clear of Apmat, with the Victorian Maestros Melody a neck away third and Fettle a close fourth.
  • fetus A number of articles, invaluable when delivery occurs at full term, are useless if the fetus is immature and cannot live, and therefore it is unnecessary to provide them until two or three months before the confinement is expected.
  • feud There is not one man dwelling in all this country that was Sir George Carew's, but every man fled, and left the whole country waste; and so I fear me it will continue, now the deadly feud is so great between them.
  • fiat The familiar towers and spires of Sydney reappeared, silhouetted against the amber rim of night; the hills, robbed of their pearly glamour, huddled beneath a belt of leaden cloud; the harbour waters lay fiat and grey like a sheet of polished metal; light clouds were pacing in from the sea.
  • fiesta It was whispered that the jeweler would pour out cascades of diamonds and throw away handfuls of pearls in honor of his partner's son, thus, since he could hold no fiesta of his own, as he was a bachelor and had no house, improving the opportunity to dazzle the Filipino people with a memorable farewell.
  • fit "Speak from your own experience, Tom Harris, an' I'm thinkin' you ain't fit ter judge.
  • fitter This roused his indignation, and put him in a much fitter mood for an altercation.
  • foot He is very swift of foot.
  • fort "You've heard of Lapierre's fort to the eastward.
  • ft It is 14 ft.
  • sett
  • zeta
  • Feet Crewe jumped to his feet.
  • Fest With its growing popularity, the Harlem Book Fair has been hosted in other cities including Atlanta, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Boston, Hempstead, Newark, and Buffalo, Caribbean authors have also been promoted at the book fair, with the inclusion of such Caribbean initiatives as the Bocas Lit Fest.
  • Feted The Mohammedan magnates had kept the general very busy, night and day, and feted him like a king.
  • Fatah In 2007 in Gaza, gunmen allegedly affiliated with Hamas killed a Fatah supporter by defenestration, an act repeated the next day when a Hamas supporter was defenestrated by alleged supporters of Fatah.
  • Etta Miss Etta, the tears streaming over her large face, went to do his bidding.
  • Leta
  • Yvette
  • fetes She served the passions of the age, just as she built magnificent edifices, commanded armies, painted noble frescos, sang romances, loved queens, delighted kings, devised ballets and fetes, and ruled all policies.
  • feats It was Harry's first day with this gang, who were famous for going about the neighbourhood, and doing great feats in hay and wheat harvest.
  • FUT 'Ici-git Clarimonde, Qui fut de son vivant La plus belle du monde,'
  • FETA A dairy school (Canadas first) opened in 1892 in Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec, and in 1901 produced experimental Canadian versions of Camembert and Feta.
  • fatter "Little Ainkye, she stop an' listen to dat, an' den she tink awhile, but she fin' she don't get no fatter on on'y talk about bones, an' fus' t'ing her mammy know she puts her two han's up to her eyes an' fair dives into squallin' agen.
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15 words made from the letters fetta

3 letter words made from fetta:

ate, aft, tet, tea, fat, eta, tat, eft, eat.

4 letter words made from fetta:

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