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  • avoid If she would only forget that night and not avoid him as she did, how much less difficult this burden would be to bear.
  • fad But she went in for this mission fad early; she didn't intend to marry, she said; so she would like to have some work to do in life.
  • fahd It provided crews to the 1661st Tactical Airlift Squadron (Provisional) in Oman and the 1676th Tactical Airlift Squadron (Provisional) at King Fahd Airport, Saudi Arabia.
  • fed Five dollars goes a long way when baby bodies have to be fed and clothed.
  • feed We will have a good feed in peace and quietness."
  • fetid As clusters of wild snowy violets springing up in the midst of mud and mire, in a noxious swamp, look doubly pure and sweet because of fetid surroundings,-so this blossom of the slums, this human bud, with petals of innocence folded close in the calyx of babyhood, seemed supremely and pathetically fair, as she stood leaning against the cot, the little rosy feet on tip-toe, pressing toward her mother; tears on the pink velvet of the round cheeks, on the golden lashes beneath the big blue eyes that grew purplish behind the mist.
  • feud The political feud was, as usual, exasperated by a religious feud.
  • fit However, the ill-fit did not spoil his evening.
  • fjord And in a few moments they vanished in a cloud of dust, whirling away beside the calm waters of the fjord.
  • flood There it was impossible to flood the land round the city; and the dykes by which the food supply of the Spaniards could have been cut off were too strongly guarded to be won, even when your noble governor himself led his forces against them.
  • fluid He eagerly swallowed the refreshing fluid, and when the little cup was empty Balbilla took it from his hand, refilled it, and gave it him again.
  • foil Over my head and just out of range of my ears he was debating that issue with Siddons as a foil and my cousin as a horrified antagonist.
  • fold It was of a shepherd in the Scottish hills who had brought his sheep back to the fold for the night, and as he was arranging matters for the night he was surprised to find that two of the sheep were missing.
  • fond Harry was in great danger of forgetting that he was too fond of flattery, and too fond of company-not the best.
  • food Then she filled her storehouse with food for the winter.
  • fool He was not a fool.
  • foot Once his foot slipped.
  • footed Equally idle to attempt flight on their slow-footed animals, pursued by over two score of cavalry horses.
  • footer After the Carthusian match there was but one topic, or to be strictly accurate, perhaps, two topics of interest in the school-who would be cock-house at footer and who would get the Perry Exhibition.
  • forbid Is it a ghost from the grave, that has come to forbid the betrothal?
  • ford "And I'll hold her horse," offered Grandpa Ford.
  • fort His fort is 110 feet square.
  • found And on the last day of August we found ourselves walking down through the little town.
  • good
  • hood
  • mood
  • ovid
  • ovoid
  • rood
  • void
  • wood
  • Fooled I was thoroughly fooled in you, Pickering.
  • Foots A soap for wool throwing by the semi-boiled process may be made from olive oil foots in a crutcher thus:
  • Footy After competing in the Toronto-based OAFL 'Rec footy league, Luke Anderson divided the Québec Saints team into two teams in order to create a locally based 9-a-side competition.
  • Fud
  • foodie The slow foods and foodie movements have inspired people to cook for pleasure and not as an act of subordination; the maker movements glorify the process of creating and the behind the scenes making of things; cooking shows use aprons as a professional accessory; and (unlike in past centuries) dirty work is no longer a task reserved for the underclasses.
  • Floyd "Why, Delia Floyd-the silly fool!
  • Fido The scout called Fido had won his name because of his doglike persistence in following trails.
  • Foods They have given high sounding names to the food elements, figured out perfectly balanced rations, and adjusted foods to all conditions of health, or ill health.
  • FD The Canon FD 35mm f/2.
  • FOO Foo. I shall be happie to see her and present her with a Letter & some token from her Ladie Mother.
  • FWD

11 words made from the letters fooid

4 letter words made from fooid:

food, fooi, doof, odio, ofid, iodo, ooid.

5 letter words made from fooid:


3 letter words made from fooid:

ofo, iod, ido.

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