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  • doc I say, doc, ef it's a question o' the size o' yo' bill, you can make it out to suit yo'self-or, I'll tell you what I'll do.
  • faun The Faun may smile, although life is only one long play-day in green fields and woods, because he is a Faun.
  • fdic The 1980s saw a trend of banks and credit unions shifting to federal (FDIC or NCUA), rather than state and private insurers.
  • feud There was something of a feud between him and the ayah, but no trace of this was ever apparent in her presence.
  • flour Flour the fruit and add it last.
  • flu "HAMLET" AND THE FLU (an appeal to the Government): "Angels and Ministers of Health defend us!"
  • flue These were furnaces made beneath the house, which generated hot air; and this was admitted into the rooms by earthenware flue-tiles.
  • foal At last his eyes fell upon a mare followed by a foal of great promise, beauty, and strength.
  • foam And where the foam of the hound's jaws dropped down a poisonous plant sprang up.
  • fob For him a stock and a fob would have seemed more appropriate than twentieth-century attire.
  • focus He looked at her as if it were difficult to focus his attention on her.
  • foe He began to count, one, too, three-but before the 'three' was out of his mouth, I was facing my foe, with both hands up, and my breath going rough and hot, and resolved to wait the turn of it.
  • fog We then discovered a canoe, full of Indians, just below the rapids, and another not many yards from us, that had been concealed by the fog.
  • fogy But while he called himself an old fogy and other impolite names he was conscious of a grave and sweet desire to make the child's life a successful one,-to bring out what was in her own mind and capacity, and so to wisely educate her, to give her a place to work in, and wisdom to work with, so far as he could; for he knew better than most men that it is the people who can do nothing who find nothing to do, and the secret of happiness in this world is not only to be useful, but to be forever elevating one's uses.
  • foil Clusters of noisettes, or of French or damask roses, where the ground was open enough, stood without a rival, and needing no foil other than the beautiful surrounding of dark evergreen foliage.
  • folk The country-folk hereabouts can't quite get over it.
  • food
  • fool
  • foot
  • fop
  • force
  • ford
  • fore
  • fork
  • form
  • fort
  • foul
  • four
  • fowl
  • fox
  • foxy
  • fug
  • fun
  • fur
  • souk
  • Fora
  • Fud
  • Fum
  • FCC In 2008, the National Congress of Black Women and fourteen other groups argued that case in a letter to the FCC, writing that a la carte pricing would "wreak havoc" on programming diversity.
  • FTC
  • Soc
  • Doug Patsy and Doug had each done a great deal of talking, and time and again had asserted that Dic had deliberately shot Doug Hill after the fight was over.
  • foes Sympathy and friendship are the foes of indifference.
  • fogs Don't the fogs on the meadows look like clouds fallen from the skies?
  • FOO
  • FOL It is cited by Dr. Lightfoot, Talmud, Hierosol, in Taanith, fol.
  • FUT
  • FOCH General Diaz of Italy and his staff were coming, soon to be followed by Marshal Foch with his retinue.
  • FOLL
  • fours

1 words made from the letters fouc

3 letter words made from fouc:

ufo.

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