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  • afford Of course I can't afford to pay him much.
  • bird This bird is too anxious.
  • cord The sight of his vacant bed, and the cord still hanging there, seemed to go like a knife to her heart; and therefore John took me away one day without her knowledge, and put me out of sight.
  • dior Your role is also heavily influenced by the structure of your organization; for example, a Christian Dior buyer in the Paris office may supervise the entire development process of the collection.
  • effort "My father," I replied, with a great effort, "to-morrow I will speak to you of Paul d'Ervy and of another person."
  • fahd The King Fahd Causeway, measuring 24 km (15 mi), links Bahrain with the Saudi Arabian mainland via the island of Umm an-Nasan.
  • fair No; it must be by fair play.
  • feed The unfortunate horses had now been two days and nights without water, and could not feed; being so short-hobbled, they were almost in sight of the camp in the morning.
  • feud Behind Jahangir and his feud with me stands the black robe."
  • fiat The electric energy of space was yet unstirred by the divine fiat or shook into vibrating force by the word of creative power.
  • field 160 Horses, Mr. Hamilton's, tired in field..............
  • fiend The people raved against the Lady Eleanore, and cried out that her pride and scorn had evoked a fiend, and that, between them both, this monstrous evil had been born.
  • fifo ii is a minimalist FIFO and filesystem-based IRC client.
  • find If it's in the house, I think I can find it.
  • fined When he refused to pay the tithes he was fined, and at last cast into prison in Shrewsbury Gate House, where he lay for a year, with no more mind to be taxed for a hireling ministry at the end of that time than at the beginning.
  • fir Not in life is she, my mother, She no longer is aboveground; She, the golden, cannot hear me, 'T is the fir-trees now that hear me, 'T is the pine-tops understand me, And the birch-crowns full of goodness, And the ash-trees now that love me!
  • fire When they got back to the light of the fire they found that Jan was all right.
  • fired Then, after a few moments of breathless hush on the bank, the last gun is fired, and they are off.
  • firm He has a firm, pale face, of which the only distinction is that it has a look of quiet strength and self-confidence.
  • fit I suppose you heard of that silly duck fit of mine?
  • fjord There were no pictures in the room,-the wide lattice window on one hand, looking out on the roses and pine-wood, and the other smaller one, close to the entrance door, from which the Fjord was distinctly visible, were sufficient pictures in themselves, to need no others.
  • flirt
  • flood
  • fold
  • fond
  • food
  • foot
  • ford
  • fore
  • fork
  • form
  • fort
  • forte
  • forty
  • fried
  • gird
  • lord
  • word
  • Fifer This was the usual and most convenient road for travellers on horseback, in litters, or carriages; but at the time of our story, when Albert and the fifer of Hardt had to cross the country, it was not advisable to choose this route.
  • Filed Twenty-three other companies had filed notice before us, and the quota of Wisconsin was full.
  • Fora
  • Buford Father and Mr. Sproul and more of the other men did likewise and Buford Cunningham got some spectacular returns from copper in Canada that Billy said would make Mrs. Buford Cunningham try to buy the Country Club outright for a summer home.
  • Floyd
  • Fido "I'm for the view of East Ketchem as long as I don't have to go there," said Fido Norton.
  • firs The cottage, sheltered under a grove of firs, looked straight out on the water, and over a bed of water-lilies.
  • flied
  • FORDS

25 words made from the letters ffiord

4 letter words made from ffiord:

5 letter words made from ffiord:

iford, froid, fiord, riffo, dorff.

3 letter words made from ffiord:

rio, ido, fdr, iod, fri, rid, fir, rod, for, off.

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