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Correct spelling for FILLE

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  • faille regardes que riens ne luy faille.
  • fall I fear that you do not understand womankind, and that you have made an idol of me; an idol which will fall, and break at your feet.
  • fell Suddenly the showman's hand gave a jerk, the bottle slipped from his hold and fell, shivering itself upon the ground.
  • fella "You fella chuck'm Soosie away when she little fella piccaninny.
  • feller Ses I, "Kernel, I have had a good deal of doubt about that feller, Stantin, ever sence he tried to get on your trowsers down at Fort Munrow.
  • file McLeod may file a protest.
  • filer C. J. H. Filer, 55 Pa. T. J. Hasley, 11 N. Y. W. P. Hall, 6 N. Y. C. E. H. Smith, 2 Pa. C. L. B. Speece, 7 Pa. V. R. Cps. T. A. Smith, 7 Tenn C. M. H. Soper, 5 Ind. C. L. N. Phelps, 5 Va. A. Phillips, 77 Pa. T. B. Rodgers, 140 Pa. W. I. Russell, A. A. G. I. C. Vananda, 3 O. A. Von Mitzel, 74 Pa. H. A. White, 13 Pa C. J. B. Wade, 73 Ind. Harry White, 67 Pa. J. H. Isett, 8 Ind. C. C. M. Lynch, 145 Pa. P. McLernan, 22 N. Y. C. C. P. Mattock, 17 Me. P. Nelson, 66 N. Y. J. E. Pratt, 4 Vt. W. L. Parsons, 2 Wis. D. Quigg, 14 Ill. C. W. H. Reynolds, 14 N. Y. A. J. Steele, 2 Pa. C. D. Thomas, 135 O. D. Vickers, 4 N. J. G. G. Wanzer, 24 N. Y. C. J. W. Young, 76 N. Y. Johnson.
  • fill The military servant saluted and went out, and to fill up the time Major Rockley proposed a toast.
  • filled Unreason, which is the offspring of jealousy, filled her mind.
  • filler How to Make a Liquid Filler.
  • fillet She would come in her cloud of white, and her steel fillet would gleam and shine when the sunshine fell upon it, and make star-rays and moonbeams and lightning-flashes; and the tiny points would twinkle and wink and laugh and blink whenever she turned her head.
  • filly "I see Morris over town yesterday, and right there he is going to stay till you come to ride the filly home.
  • flee He glanced quickly from one to the other and for a moment the boys suspected that he was prepared either to leap upon them or precipitately flee from the spot, they could not decide which.
  • floe As the severed ice cakes dispersed, a curling wave lifted the floe on which they clung high on its crest and tossed it southward.
  • flue Here the walls are drawn in with a gradual upward taper to the point where the flue lining begins.
  • folly Beric made no reply, he was indeed deeply vexed at what he considered an act of mad folly.
  • full He opened both gasolene and spark levers to their full capacity.
  • fuller "That's it," cried Fuller; "that London!
  • fully "I have fully realized it," Mr. Maddison answered calmly.
  • lille For instance, if we measure types by their anxiety to gain money or status, by the houses in which they agree to live, by the clothes they wear, the foods and the pleasures they like, we find little difference between the industrial, districts of Lombardy and Sheffield, the coal mines and factories of Lille, or those of Pennsylvania.
  • fills The gentleman at the end of the seat with the black patch over his eye is Lord Barrington, who, oddly enough, sits for the borough of Eye, and fills the useful office of Vice-Chamberlain.
  • FILO "Non illam nutrix orienti luce revisens Hesterno collum poterit circumdare filo;[31]
  • FOLL 14, 19, 20, 50, 121, 124, 136, 152-161, 168, 178, 180, 184, 195, 203, 212, 213, 223 foll.
  • forebearance Sir, I am growing old. I have had some little measure of experience in public life, and the result of that experience has brought me to this conclusion, that when business, of whatever nature, is to be transacted in a deliberative assembly, or in private life, courtesy, forebearance, and moderation, are best calculated to bring it to a successful conclusion.

19 words made from the letters fille

3 letter words made from fille:

lei, ill, ell, lie, elf.

4 letter words made from fille:

elli, feil, fell, file, leil, elfi, liel, fill, fiel, life, lief.

5 letter words made from fille:

fille, fiell, felli.

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