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  • cetus By far the most interesting object in Cetus is the star Mira.
  • fates The poet's revulsion of feeling seemed to Odo like the ironic laughter of the fates.
  • fetus At the end of the fifth month, the weight of the fetus is from nine to ten ounces; whereas an average infant when born at the expiration of the full term of pregnancy, that is, with the completion of the tenth month, weighs about seven pounds.
  • flatus The contents of this part of the intestinal tract, which is rarely much distended by flatus, do not differ materially in appearance or consistence from the matter which generally composes the typhoid stool.
  • focus Has not the wisdom of America been drawn, as it were, into a focus, and the proffered constitution sent forth with a unanimity that is unequalled in ancient or modern story?
  • forties This condition obtained until the Negro preacher became circumscribed during the thirties and forties by laws intended to prevent such disturbances as were caused by Nat Turner in Southampton County, Virginia.
  • lotus
  • Foots Time foots it fleeter far Than all the surging crowd your beauty smites Like some coruscant star.
  • Fats You can do a lot of browsing about at an English table these days and come away ostensibly filled; but inside you there will be a persistent unsatisfied feeling, all the same, which is partly due, no doubt, to the lack of sweetening and partly due to the lack of fats, but due most of all, I think, to a natural disappointment in the results.
  • Foods It had been almost a year since Ida Mary and I had tasted green foods.
  • frets In fleshly walls confined Frets the aspiring mind; Imprisoned here in human clay, We pine and long to soar away.
  • fetes This visit was a continual succession of fetes and gayeties; and it seemed that the Emperor alone had time to give to work, for he shut himself up, as was his custom, with his ministers, while all the persons of his suite and of his household, whose duties did not detain them near his Majesty, were eagerly taking part in the sports and diversions of the Milanese.
  • feats We are often ready to ascribe reason to it in feats shown in these directions.
  • foes Even you, fair Preciosa, here at court Have foes, who seek to wrong you.
  • feuds Were it not the best, the only way to extinguish the feuds between our families, if I was to take the Lady Isabella to wife?
  • fits Cause of fits-too rich food.
  • poets
  • feeds The Russian mother who feeds herself to the wolves, instead of throwing her boy over the back of the sleigh in the usual way, is also highly praised.
  • fortes Overture to Les Deux Journees, arranged by Mr. Moscheles for four performers on two Grand Piano Fortes, Mr. BEALE, Master LISZT, Mr. MARTIN, and Mr. WIGLEY Cherubini
  • FARTS I saw a spodizator, who very artificially got farts out of a dead ass, and sold 'em for fivepence an ell.
  • FORDS He was forced to surrender to him several of the cities of Gilead-among others Bamoth-gilead, which commanded the fords over the Jabbok and Jordan.
  • FEDS Then I don't care to bunko anybody, and unless my arm comes back I won't be worth the money the Feds have offered for my services.
  • FIATS 2 Lo! keen-eyed towering science, As from tall peaks the modern overlooking, Successive absolute fiats issuing.
  • FORTS How long these forts were used before the forests again reclothed them we have no means of knowing.
  • footers The whole trench was full of struggling men. The Turks fought well, but good men as they are, they were no match for the long, lean six footers who were upon them.
  • fonts Accordingly, until this moment, I have contained myself with all due restraint; but feeling, as I do feel, that patience has finally ceased to be a virtue, I am now constrained to address you in the first person singular, being further emboldened by the reflection that already a bond of sympathy and understanding exists between us, you for years having been connected with one of our largest educational institutions and fonts of learning, namely, Princeton, New Jersey, while I for some eighteen months have occupied the chair of astronomy and ancient and modern history at Fernbridge Seminary for Young Ladies, an institution that in all modesty I may say is also well and favourably known.
  • unpermeable
  • ignorings
  • immoderacies

56 words made from the letters foetus

3 letter words made from foetus:

fes, use, foe, eft, ufo, eos, ute, set, suf, toe, sou, est, sot, sue, oft, out.

4 letter words made from foetus:

oust, foes, tfeu, fuse, sefo, eous, fuso, tufo, tous, fuet, oeuf, fots, otus, soft, tofu, oseu, suet, teso, suef, ufot, suto, tues, setu, souf, tsou.

5 letter words made from foetus:

etsou, setof, souef, ofuse, esoft, festo, useto, fouts, fetus, ouest, fouse, fouet, fuste.

6 letter words made from foetus:

fouest, foetus.

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