Correct spelling for FIED

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Possible correct spellings for fied

  • fed And hardly had they set foot in Kentucky before they found such a friend, one who took them in, fed them, and protected them.
  • feed Most remarkable of all, they feed the creature from behind."
  • fief While he daily advanced new pretensions to secure the possession of his superior fief, they expected to find the same advantage, in acquiring stability to their subordinate ones; and they zealously opposed the intrusion of a new lord, who would be inclined, as he was fully entitled, to bestow the possession of their lands on his own favourites and retainers.
  • field Maybe among the best in their field."
  • fiend No wonder, sir, you sized me up by the pressure as a football fiend.
  • find And how did you find it out?
  • fined He fined the manager, for different acts of oppression, one hundred and eight dollars.
  • fired What became of the cry in her heart for something to do to express the new life which had fired her soul?
  • fixed And her eyes had locked to a fixed look that would stay till she had thought this out.
  • fried On the appointed day the women of the tribe cook rice, pulse, goat's flesh and urad cakes fried in oil, and in the evening the people assemble and drink liquor and then go to take their food.
  • lied He gave me a splendid interview-first-rate copy," lied Sylvester.
  • pied By the time that Richard was old enough to become a trader, a court known as the Court of Pied-poudre or Dusty Feet had been established by the King at every fair.
  • tied Nevertheless it kept him tied.
  • Died He's the man that went in when Goebel died.
  • Fie When Sir Launcelot saw that mischief, he took his horse and rode between them, saying, Knight, fie for shame, why wilt thou slay this lady?
  • Filed Several bridges were thus constructed, and before night the main body of infantry and cavalry filed across the river, preparatory to a grand engagement.
  • Fled She was a little girl again: these five years fled .
  • Fred Alice felt this, but before she could rise to go Fred Scully had said- 'Now, May, I hope you won't refuse to let me come and see you in your room to-night.
  • Hied Meanwhile Siegfried, the stately man, or ever any marked it, had hied him to the ship, where he found his magic cloak concealed.
  • Vied One of the German men-of-war gave a ball, the Spanish gave another; each vied with the other to give the finest entertainment.
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3 words made from the letters fied

4 letter words made from fied:


3 letter words made from fied:

fed, die.

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