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Possible correct spellings for foiegn

  • Toeing
  • Toeing the party line (what we believe but cannot prove: todays leading thinkers on science in the age of certainty)(book review)".

  • Oven
  • Cut it away and cast it into the oven of oblivion.

  • Feign
  • Your excellency cannot feign ignorance of public gossip."

  • Fog
  • The grandhaven had been running through fog-banks ever since she left plymouth in the grey of a november afternoon.

  • Finny
  • And why? for it was one of the most beautiful of the finny tribe.

  • Foiling
  • He announced, therefore, that he was ready to mount a horse and invest gorek with his care; afterwards he quieted the ladies with the assurances that the manifestations which had so alarmed them were transient; that in rzeslewo, it was temporarily the same, but that undoubtedly within a short time means of foiling that evil would be found.

  • Fain
  • Yes, madam, fain indeed would i forget there is such a person as frank henley!

  • Finer
  • The genius of learning has long since flown to finer quarters.

  • Deign
  • He will not deign to meddle with the interior of the indians and chinese!

  • Going
  • No; alix is going to speak to him about it.

  • Feigned
  • Failing these things, he kept his eyes closed, and, very wide-awake indeed, feigned sleep.

  • Foe
  • If he wished to attack in force, his movement was timed too late in the day safely to effect a lodgment in a large city held by a resolute foe.

  • Doing
  • Do you know what he is doing now?

  • Foreign
  • Who's the foreign gentleman he's bringing?

  • Finn
  • All this mrs. finn repeated to the duke as closely as she could, and then of course the father was obliged to speak to his daughter.

  • Finger
  • "put your finger on the trigger-so.

  • Fine
  • "scarcely, sir," he replied, with fine irony.

  • Fig
  • Possibly the custom is connected with the withering of the barren fig-tree.

  • Fling
  • In the meantime the little girl, who proved to be no other than the king's ward, alftruda, had watched with fascinated eyes first the approach of the monster, and then, as she crouched in terror, its sudden slaughter; and now she summoned up courage to run to hereward, who had always been kind to the pretty child, and to fling herself into his arms.

  • Reign
  • He commenced his reign in the year a.d. 270, and reigned forty years and died at the age of one hundred and ten.

  • Fiona
  • She had passed well to seaward of the fiona, and noticed that she was standing by with steam up.

  • Fogey
  • All that was eminent in european surgery addressed him in the person of that harmless and unassuming fogey whose hands had been inside the bodies of hundreds of living men; but the lily-white corpse of an obscure country-girl chilled the interest of discourse with such a king of operators.

  • Fie
  • But when he got seriously angry with them, they began to sulk, and said, "fie, we won't speak to you any more."

  • Boeing
  • The phrase was coined in 1960, by computer graphics researchers verne hudson and william fetter of boeing.

  • Hoeing
  • Frank, earl, joel and i were hoeing cotton.

  • Feigns
  • He by no means feigns the good feeling that he professes, nor is there anything affected in the frankness of his conversation; and it is this that makes him so fascinating.

  • Forge
  • I forge as they could not forge: that was my real crime.

  • Fen
  • Almost the last remnant of the primeval fenland of east anglia, called wicken fen, has been acquired by the trust, and also burwell fen, the home of many rare insects and plants.

  • Fiend
  • The moment that i felt myself threatened by the fiend ennui i used to tell mrs. titwing, who was in the habit of calling you her baby, to bring you into the studio, and at once the fiend fled.

  • Fern
  • Within it, in a bed of fern, lay a may-doll among a few birds' eggs-a poor wooden thing in a single garment of pink calico.

  • Ferny
  • And then i rose from that warm ferny heap and my thoughts climbed from the abyss of sleep.

  • Fin
  • Il ne demeure pas trop qui vient a la fin.

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