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  • fang Once, one of the Indians cried out with satisfaction and pointed to a large area of open snow, littered with fang-polished skulls of caribou, trampled and disrupted as if an army had fought upon it.
  • fief The moment it was ended he seemed prime for a burst of heedless comment; but he stopped, shut his lips with a snap, and became the inscrutable ruler of a fief of the Empire once more.
  • fife He uses the pen with which, just now, the coal-man scrawled his bill, and turns off an epic with the fife that in the band so sadly pierced our ears.
  • fifo
  • fig It will have somewhat the appearance of a, Fig.
  • flag They sounded instead the call to the flag.
  • flog Had I had such a teacher when a boy, I should have got on charmingly; but mine was a cross old widow, who wore spectacles and took an amazing quantity of snuff, and used to flog upon the slightest pretence.
  • fog Now nothing is more certain than that, if you wish to find your way through a fog, you must travel in the direction that you have chosen as fast as you can.
  • fogey
  • foggy
  • fogy
  • forge
  • forgo
  • frog
  • fudge
  • fug
  • fuggy
  • fugue
  • phage
  • Fifer The daughter of the fifer, perceiving how the prolonged absence of her father distressed him, did her best to beguile the time by amusing him with her cheerful conversation.
  • FAQ White, author of the "DXM FAQ," has compiled informal research from correspondence with dextromethorphan users suggesting that heavy abuse may result in various deficits corresponding to the brain areas affected by Olneys lesions; these include loss of episodic memory, decline in ability to learn, abnormalities in some aspects of visual processing, and deficits of abstract language comprehension.
  • FCC fcc and hcp have tighter structures and as a results have higher Curie temperatures than bcc as the magnetic moments have stronger effects when closer together.
  • MFG
  • FRAG
  • FOFL
  • FRIG
  • Fargo Only twenty-six, he was part owner of a construction company, and also the Fargo representative for a hardware-store chain.

2 words made from the letters fghfg

4 letter words made from fghfg:

ffhg.

3 letter words made from fghfg:

hfg.

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