How to spell FLET correctly?

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  • felt I have always felt there was something I could not understand.
  • filet At entertainments on a larger scale, such as soirees musicales, evening receptions, etc., ices, coffee, sandwiches and a variety of small cakes are usually handed round during the course of the evening; and that is all. At the grandest of grand balls the supper is almost invariably composed entirely of cold dishes-chicken, filet of beef, fish with mayonnaise sauce, etc., with ices, cakes and delicious bon-bons.
  • flat For the most part he was not at his ease in her flat; he would walk up and down restlessly, look at his watch and then hurry off.
  • flea The flea-bitten gray pony was saddled by a sleepy saice, and brought round from his open-sided thatch stable in the rear.
  • flee He cast one look at the monster hanging there and then uttered a cry and turned to flee, but Leonardo caught hold of his cloak and laughingly told him to look closer.
  • fleet Then he sailed against the French fleet, met it off Cape Trafalgar, and annihilated it.
  • flex He studied his walk, his body movements, stripped him again and again and for the thousandth time made him flex all his muscles.
  • flit Low music echoes through the breezes warm; The violet lends the poppy her sweet breath; The song of nightingales is heard, a swarm Of butterflies flit hov'ring o'er the heath.
  • fret I'm so frustrated I could fret.
  • let
  • Feet Jack leaped to his feet.
  • Fled Then Hia, seeing that he could no longer control her movements, and that the end to which she had been bending was attained, gathered together the fruits of her conscientious strategy and fled.
  • Flew "Well, you can do it," he said, feeling tenderly of his head, and Virginia flew into a rage.
  • FLT The flight was cancelled due to bad weather.

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