Correct spelling for FIONE
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Possible correct spellings for fione
- fain He turned as white as a sheet when she sang: 'There would I fain live!
- fan And she looked at him over the edge of her fan, her eyes laughing.
- feign Come, can you feign an inclination for me, or have you forgot the trick?"
- feigned "What," demanded Peckover, in well-feigned surprise, "aren't you satisfied?"
- fen I did also meet Alderman Backewell, who tells me of the hard usage he now finds from Mr. Fen, in not getting him a bill or two paid, now that he can be no more usefull to him; telling me that what by his being abroad and Shaw's death he hath lost the ball, but that he doubts not to come to give a kicke at it still, and then he shall be wiser and keepe it while he hath it.
- fiance "My-my fiance, the Marquis de Secqville," whispered Julie, in trembling haste, blushing, and dropping her eyes.
- fin Her canoe came to the place where the great fin arose and stopped, its prow grating on the monster's back.
- find In London when I can find work.
- fine You have done a fine job."
- fined Though fined and pilloried for his scandalous publications, he regarded such 'accidents' merely as a medium of advertisement, and had no hesitation in calling attention to the fact that he had suffered corporal punishment on account of a book that he wished to sell.
- finer Jethro had begun to sweep the finer pieces of bark toward the centre.
- finger It was Doctor Lampson, his finger on his lips.
- fink Gussie Fink-Nottle was knocking off dinner to impress the Bassett.
- finn To this Lady Mary at first demurred, but when she found that in no other way could she prevent Mrs. Finn from going at once to the Duke and telling him everything, she consented.
- Fie Peter did not quite understand, but when Heidi went on and read:- And should you make a stop at Y, They'll point at you and cry, Fie, fie.
- fines 9. Courts were ordered to be held by the General Assembly for the trial of these distinguished culprits; and in 1799 they were convicted and punished by heavy fines and the loss of their offices.
17 words made from the letters fione
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