Correct spelling for FIP

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Possible correct spellings for fip

  • dip Under these circumstances, the ship rolling as if she would dip her topmasts in the water, and the waves breaking in at the back windows of the cabin, nothing remained to be done but to go to bed.
  • fib Ida hoped that speech didn't come under the head of a fib.
  • fig A fig for them all!
  • fin Clutching her calf tremblingly under her fin she plunged once more into the deep, and, traveling as fast as possible for the little one, at a depth of perhaps two hundred feet, she headed for another feeding ground where she trusted that the monster might not follow.
  • fir Be glad that you can see the water, the sky, the birds and flowers and the faces of little children," and the tired old head sinks on the fir-boughs and we are dismissed.
  • fit You shall have a supper fit for a king, now, and I, one good enough for a princess!"
  • fix We'll fix on Waynefleet.
  • flip The practical force of Flip Denton's conversation was making itself felt.
  • fop They adore Dizzy, because he is a fop who has succeeded brilliantly; they despise Gladstone, because he is conscientious and an idealist.
  • ftp Many FTP hosts whose purpose is to provide software updates will allow anonymous logins.
  • hip However, it was of no use in this case, as I was soon hip-deep in water, and there was an end to all pursuit in that direction.
  • kip The spinner threw down the kip, and took his winnings from the boxer-five pounds for himself and ten shillings for the boxer.
  • lip He bit savagely at his lip and turned away.
  • nip " Nip out quick," I ses, in a whisper.
  • pip Pip-Emma looked at Janet dubiously.
  • rip It should be held to the work in a horizontal position, or it is apt to dig or rip into the work, especially when it is used upon soft wood.
  • sip Besides, there is still blank paper and Burgundy left, of which I forthwith take a sip.
  • tip His feet are black and so is the tip of his tail.
  • vip Legislative branch: unicameral Legislative Council: election last held 20 February 1995 (next to be held NA February 2000); results - percent of vote by party NA; seats - (13 total) VIP 6, CCM 2, UP 2, independents 3
  • yip "Three cheers for Middleton Flam!" cried out twenty voices, and straightway the cheers ascended on the air; and in the midst was heard a well-known voice, "Yip! yip!-Go it, Middleton!"
  • zip A cloud had settled on Zip Coon Ledge.
  • Fie Above all other louts, fie on thee!

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