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  • fervid "This," he began with fervid enthusiasm, "is the stronghold of Serapis the King of the Gods!
  • fifty "I should say that we ought to have at least twenty great flatboats able to carry fifty men each.
  • fit "We haven't anything fit to use-that's the trouble.
  • foist Senator William V. Allen of Nebraska summed up the situation when he said: If by putting a third ticket in the field you would defeat free coinage; defeat a withdrawal of the issue power of national banks; defeat Government ownership of railroads, telephones and telegraphs; defeat an income tax and foist gold monometallism and high taxation upon the people for a generation to come, which would you do?...
  • foot In a day or two, perhaps the day after you receive this, I shall be able to escape from London, and most likely shall come on foot as usual.
  • forbid I come in her name once more emphatically to forbid any acts of violence whatever, no matter against whom.
  • ford But the mere introduction of Bassanes would show that Ford is not of the first order of poets.
  • forefoot The mate's ball struck the water some twenty yards in front of her forefoot, and smashed her bow planking some three feet above the waterline; while the captain's struck her bulwark, tore along her deck, and went out astern, doing some damage by the way, I reckon.
  • forfeit She clung to her savage old uncle till he died, then came over to marry Steavens, though by condition of the will she must forfeit all her uncle's money in doing so."
  • forfeited The state had declared that his liberty must be forfeited.
  • forget Don't forget I've got to get back again.
  • format Duodecimo format, that is, a sheet printed to make 12 pages on each side, is so printed that the third part of the sheet has to be cut off with a knife or machine.
  • fort He stepped back a little, an I picked up my old hickery, an ses I, "Stantin, do you recollect the time down to Fort Munroe when you tried to get on the President's trowsers?"
  • forte "A brilliant conversationalist," she had heard herself called when fifteen, and the art of conversation, hitherto far from neglected, became by choice and practice her forte.
  • fortify In 1753 the French, taking the alarm, crossed Lake Erie, and began to fortify themselves at Presque Isle, and at Venango on the Alleghany river.
  • forty Ses I, "Kernel, now jest hold on about the forty-leventh part of a minit.
  • fruit It belongs to the fruit stand.
  • oft It was manifest, from the first word she uttered to the last, that she had no idea who was the 'miscreant,' to use her oft-repeated word, who committed the sacrilege; and nothing could express what relief this gave my heart.
  • refit
  • rift
  • Forgot We forgot everything,-the luxurious habits which had become second nature to us both,-the impossibility of making even love wild as ours suffice with everything else wanting.
  • forfeits Nor was Viliamu her only suitor, for there was also Carl, the German half-caste, who was captain of a schooner, and wore trousers and a black sash, and owned valuable property in Savaloalo; Carl who called for her almost every Sunday in a buggy, and took her driving like a white lady, to Vailele or Vaitele or Utumapu; Carl of the ringing laugh, and jolly, smiling face, and tattooed girl-fish on his arm, who could sing, and do tricks with cards, and invent the funniest forfeits when they all played games, and yet, who at leave-time never failed to say with seriousness: "Oh, my pigeon, am I to love uselessly forever?"
  • Frito The Frito Bandito campaign included a song sung to the tune of the traditional Mexican song "Cielito Lindo": Ay, ay, ay, ay!
  • forefeet Hereupon a dog, loth to be behind the times, scampered up to his side, and with his forefeet on the gunwale, contributed a howl of incalculable length and unfathomable sadness.
  • over-bear
  • pre-judgment
  • pre-judgments

33 words made from the letters forfit

4 letter words made from forfit:

3 letter words made from forfit:

fit, rio, trf, tor, rot, for, tri, off, oft, fir, fri, rit.

5 letter words made from forfit:

itfor, troff, offit, riffo, triff, forti.

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