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  • covet I merely mention the children, because if I married him, it would have an inevitable influence on their lives, an influence that I don't in the least covet either for them or for myself.
  • fact But, as a matter of fact, it wasn't an easy matter.
  • fagged Almost asleep, he then went back to the bunkhouse, stumbling and yawning, and stretched out in McGraw's bed, utterly fagged.
  • fidget He stooped to fidget with it, and Mother caught him in the act.
  • fidgety "That's a blessing," muttered Sir John, who looked annoyed and fidgety.
  • fight "N'importe-then we'll fight at a barriere.
  • fog "But last time you disappeared almost at once into the fog, and you'd only just found me then," she said, her hands clasped round her knees, her face the face of the entirely happy.
  • fogey "I suppose," he said, "that you, like Connie, regard me as an old fogey and past such things?"
  • fogged The water was fogged over now with drifting mist, but beyond I caught glimpses of low wooded hills, and far to the left the pale flush of the sea running in on the sand.
  • foggy The day was a close, foggy, cold, dreary day.
  • fogy What a musty old fogy he would be, by the time he had gone half through!
  • font It seemed almost as if the clever little fellow had set his mind on looking like everybody who had stood near his baptismal font, so that he could win the love of them all.
  • foot Foot soldiers were everywhere.
  • forge I can forge the blades a dozen miles from Hillsborough.
  • forged The humming, purring sound increased and the electric car forged ahead.
  • forger So long as he did not know where the forger was, it was easy to hold his peace; but if once he knew, the vicar was not capable of denying the knowledge.
  • forget Don't forget that you are my brother."
  • forked It had been intended that the 9th and 29th Regiments should take the right-hand path where the track they were following up the pass forked, and so join Trant's Portuguese at the top of the hill and fall upon the French left.
  • fort In 1590 the stone fort was begun.
  • forte Social and literary criticism was even thus early his forte, and his first collections of Horatian satire were published in 1666, though, owing to the influence of Chapelain, the royal privilege was shortly after withdrawn from them.
  • fret I fret over perversity enough in silence.
  • get
  • roget
  • Feet He got to his feet.
  • Fought I fought against Lo Bengula and drove him back.
  • Fogies But customs had rapidly changed in Remsen City, and with the exception of a few old fogies only the poorer classes went to market.
  • Forgot It's all forgot long 'go.
  • Foxed And the Burton I bought for a florin, And the Rabelais foxed and flea'd,- For the others I never have opened, But those are the ones I read.
  • Fudged
  • forgets But he forgets his wrong and all my teaching.
  • forges Came to Canada from France, 1766; appointed agent at Quebec for the St. Maurice forges, 1771; his place of business in front of the lower town market, facing the church of Notre Dame; in 1775 appointed inspector of works, and removed to the forges, on the banks of the St. Maurice, a few miles above Three Rivers.
  • fogs When the stove draws well, the fogs and fumes will leave your mind.
  • out-modes
  • out-vote

12 words made from the letters foget

3 letter words made from foget:

ego, eft, tog, toe, oft, get, teg, fog, foe.

4 letter words made from foget:

toge, geto, geof.

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