Correct spelling for FLEE'D
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Possible correct spellings for flee'd
- bleed In such an hour, When eager hands are fetter'd and too few, And hearts alone have leave to bleed, Speak; for a good word then is a good deed.
- feed We had them done to a turn, and felt much better for a decent feed.
- felled Yet she had heard the dull impact of wood against bone as the club had felled him, and he had not stirred when the strange men broke from the bushes to seize her.
- field You were right, Leslie;-this is better than a battle-field.
- filled Here was an hour filled up.
- flee His inclination is to flee, yet is he held fascinated.
- fleet "We'll take the fleet!
- flood The effect is very much like the flood of light of a full-moon summer night.
- fluid The two great national parties which had gradually been forming, had remained in a fluid state during the presence of the governor-general.
- freed You who can judge, to sentence may proceed; But though he cannot write, let him be freed At least from their contempt who cannot read.
- Filed The two former failed entirely, in his view, as to the right steps for discovering the heirs to the large property in their hands, all of which had been changed from its original position; while the latter showed ill-feeling whenever Wallingford, as he continued to do, at stated intervals, filed interrogatories, and required answers as to the condition of the trust, and the prospects of finding heirs.
- Fled He had often visited the holy city before, and had searched through all its lanes and crowded hovels and black prisons without finding any trace of the family of Nazarenes who had fled from Bethlehem long ago.
- flees As a gerfalcon swoops upon a crane when he sees him rising from afar, and then draws so near to him that he is about to seize him, yet misses him, so flees the knight, with Yvain pressing him so close that he can almost throw his arm about him, and yet cannot quite come up with him, though he is so close that he can hear him groan for the pain he feels.
21 words made from the letters flee'd
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