Correct spelling for FITEY

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Possible correct spellings for fitey

  • bite Well, don't bite a fellow's head off, Louie.
  • cite He compares Feydeau to Chateaubriand, admires very much the Lepreux de la cite d'Aoste, finds Don Quichotte tedious, etc.
  • city I take it you're from the city, now?"
  • fade What have you been about to fade you so?
  • fat "Glad to see the other children are fat," said the Doctor.
  • fate In an instant his fate was decided.
  • fated If to any man 'twas said, "It is fated that some wild-beast will destroy you," would it be Wise to wake a sleeping tiger As the remedy of the ill?
  • fates To a certain extent they make their own fates.
  • fatty It is not so much of fatty degeneration that we are in danger in America, but of calcareous.
  • fed I gave him a part of my breakfast; and he ate what I gave him in a manner that shewed he was not over-fed.
  • feed Feed four times a day.
  • fete The King never ate any kind of venison or water-fowl, but otherwise partook of everything, fete days and fast days alike, except that during the last twenty years of his life he observed some few days of Lent.
  • fetter No attempt had been made to fetter Sam.
  • fey Television columnist Alan Sepinwall of The Star-Ledger wrote that "Believe in the Stars" belonged to Tina Fey "who has grown by leaps and bounds as an actress over the past few years.
  • fiat I drove with Fournier in the Paris-Bordeaux, was through the Florio for the Fiat people, and have driven the big Delahaye just upon a hundred and three miles an hour.
  • fief Whatever else thou canst demand in guarantee of my love and gratitude, or so to confirm thy power that thou shalt rule over thy countships as free and as powerful as the great Counts of Provence or Anjou reign in France over theirs, subject only to the mere form of holding in fief to the Suzerain, as I, stormy subject, hold Normandy under Philip of France,-shall be given to thee.
  • fiery Bob Brownley had got to his feet; he was slipping the shackles of that fiery, romantic, Southern passion that years in college and Wall Street had taught him to keep prisoner.
  • fife The drum and the fife were the instrumental outfit of the town; so, led by these, my father and I marched with the magnates of the place to the church.
  • fifty I have not been allowed to forget it these fifty years.
  • fighter "You are a wonderful fighter," she said softly.
  • file Down narrow elk-runs along the steep precipices, and, at a slow walk, with the whole pack in single file at his heels, he clambered down toward the river.
  • filet Filet mignon with coffee green peppercorn sauce, truffled pomme puree and Vichy carrots".
  • filter Never mind if the food was poor and scanty, and the chill wind came in everywhere, and the roof leaked like a filter; they were living in a land where all the mountains were banked with nuggets, where all the rivers ran gold.
  • fine "Oh, it's very fine.
  • fined They nabbed us for speeding, and I had to promise to be a good boy or to be fined.
  • fire "You have taken me into your lodge and let me lie by the warm fire.
  • fired The look fired him to a passionate outburst.
  • fit Shows you're fit, even for her!"
  • fitly She was a woman of real genius-a greatly overworked word, but one fitly applied in her case.
  • fitter It is fitter for my confessor than for you."
  • five I've been here five days, and I find I am not.
  • footer
  • forte
  • forty
  • frey
  • ft
  • kite
  • lite
  • mite
  • piety
  • pity
  • rite
  • site
  • whitey
  • Feet O'Malley was on his feet.
  • Feted There was great rejoicing in that underground Mess that evening; Burroughs and Welcome were feted on bully beef and condensed milk, and made honorary members.
  • Fie Fie, fie, Friend James!
  • Filed We halted for a light dinner, and when we had finished General Forrest made a careful inspection of his men as they filed into the road.
  • Fitted Spencer snatched the key and fitted it into the door.
  • Footy
  • Gite
  • Fidel In January 1966, Fidel Castro invited Baker to perform at the Teatro Musical de La Habana in Havana, Cuba, at the 7th anniversary celebrations of his revolution.
  • Fido "We didn't know," said Fido Norris.
  • fetes As for fetes, I have seen few, and have liked each one better than the last.
  • fits Mr. Sandys was in fits of laughter.
  • FUT
  • FETA Scachs d'amor (Catalan for Chess of Love), whose complete title is Hobra intitulada scachs damor feta per don Francí de Castellví e Narcis Vinyoles e mossèn Fenollar, is the name of a poem written by Francesc de Castellví, Bernat Fenollar, and Narcís de Vinyoles, published in Valencia, Spain towards the end of the 15th century.
  • fatter He yust make all de animals try deir turn at it, but dese t'ree wand'ry ones dey'd keep gettin' away, an' den de animal dat come home wid dem t'ree missin'-well, he'd be a-missin' too, an' Ole King Lion he'd be dat much fatter.
  • unpermeable

7 words made from the letters fitey

3 letter words made from fitey:

tie, fit, fey, yet, eft.

4 letter words made from fitey:

yeti, tiye.

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