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  • digit The lower board is part of the whole of the lower bellows-board; it is of the same length as the upper piece, but a palm and a digit thick.
  • faddy To enjoy good health, says Dr. A. FISHER in an American journal, we should occasionally sleep for twelve hours on end. We confess that we may be faddy in these things, but when sleeping we prefer the horizontal position.
  • fagged I knew that it must be very dull for her, but she went often, and I never heard her complain of it, though she certainly did look fagged-not bored, observe, but fagged-showing that she had been exerting herself to meet the difficulties of the situation.
  • fagin No man has ever better depicted than he did a sweet nature shocked by calamity and bowed down with grief, or, as in Joe Chirrup, in Elfie, manliness chastened by affliction and ennobled by true love: yet his impersonation of Fagin was only second to that of J.W. Wallack, Jr.
  • fetid Let the reader only imagine to himself a figure of this sort, constantly opening the slit that I have above described, and vomiting forth at once, from a fetid carcase, the most disgusting sound and stench, and then he will have some faint idea of the scene exhibited by this animal of a Customhouse officer.
  • fidget I get thirsty, too, and I fidget about till Father looks at me, and Mother nudges Helen, and Helen passes it along to me with interest.
  • fidgety I get fidgety and nervous if I have to wait, cried Mrs Vanburgh, poking the fire with such violence that the ashes were strewn all over the grate.
  • field Conuco, a cultivated field.
  • fiend By this time, Miss Alice had so far conquered the fiend of laughter that she could venture to summon her mother close up to the bank and extend a rescuing hand.
  • fifty Not until they were over fifty feet down did the water clear again.
  • fig At Roundway Hill, and at Martinsall, near Marlborough, the people bear "palms," or branches of willow and hazel, and the boys play a curious game of knocking a ball with hockey-sticks up the hill; and in Buckinghamshire it is called Fig Sunday, and also in Hertfordshire.
  • fight "Give me a knife and let me fight you.
  • fiji Ratu Lala also assured me that the wild chickens were indigenous in Fiji, and were not descended from the domestic fowl.
  • find "We'll soon find out.
  • fined Were you in court on the 7th day of June last, when Stephen J. Field was fined by Judge Turner and ordered to be imprisoned?
  • fired We fired the mines and left .
  • fixed "Guess he's fixed," he muttered.
  • fixity The very fixity of their political opinions was a sort of faithfulness.
  • fjord All the way up the Christiania Fjord there was the scent of leaves and meadows; big farms stood by the shore shining in the sun.
  • flighty To her mind they were flighty; but she liked him, and as her feelings dictated to her mind when she had not to think for others, she spoke of his views toleratingly, almost with an implied approval, after passing them through the form of burlesque to which she customarily treated things failing to waft her enthusiasm.
  • fluid As the apple of his eye would he cherish the fluid in which he hoped to discover some secret process of nature; but he was not his sister's keeper, and a drop of mud more or less cast into her spirit was to him of no consequence.
  • fogey He clung to the manners of his youth and the younger wives called him an old fogey and smiled when his name was mentioned.
  • fogged 'Oh, of course everybody's an idjit except you,' sneered Crass, who was beginning to feel rather fogged.
  • foggy
  • fogy
  • forged
  • friday
  • frigid
  • fuggy
  • giddy
  • rigid
  • Filed The curtains parted and five guards-men filed into the room.
  • Foggily
  • Fudged
  • Gide
  • Fido But it was only Fido.
  • figs Figs and pomegranates grow here, unsheltered, as I am told.
  • faked You've got to bring me proofs in black and white; lists of the faked names, and a straight-out give-away of how they are to be used; names and dates, and a written story of your bargainings with the men higher up.
  • immutabilities
  • insatiablenesses

4 words made from the letters figidy

3 letter words made from figidy:

igd, fig, dig.

4 letter words made from figidy:

fidy.

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