Correct spelling for FUE

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Possible correct spellings for fue

  • cue But he who had given the cue for that thrilling music now saw the convoy's fate.
  • due The difficulty is to guess when that moment is due to arrive.
  • fe He hoped that the settlers would have a ton of gold ready for him when he came back from Castile, so that, as he had said in the glittering camp of Santa Fe, where perhaps no one paid very much heed to him, there might be such a profit as would provide for the conquest of Jerusalem and the recovery of the Holy Sepulchre.
  • fee This tower is ascended by 200 steps, fee 25 c.
  • flue I thought, how in the deuce did he assay our ore without melting the snow on the cap of the flue?
  • foe From a glance I took of the pursuing foe, I saw that they were a large band, against whom it would be useless to make a stand.
  • fuel Then, he ran after nights of comfortable sleep, and with good fuel for the human machine.
  • fug There was a good fug in the hut by dinner time: this was a mixed blessing.
  • fume And when he took His clarsach, from the magic strings he shook A maze of trembling music, falling sweet As mossy waters in the summer heat; And soft as fainting moor-winds when they leave The fume of myrtle, on a dewy eve, Bound flush'd and teeming tarns that all night hear Low elfin pipings in the woodlands near.
  • fun "I'll get some fun out of this.
  • fur It comes in as many ways as there's need fur its comin', an' that's quite a wheen.
  • fuse As they spread out, the man removed the two safety-pins in the top of the fuse and pulled the lanyard.
  • hue They had not proceeded far when they encountered a fourth horseman, dressed completely in black, with a black mask, and a horse of the same hue.
  • rue But then see how we wear our rue:- When one of us telephones, she will scrupulously ask for the number, not the name, for it says so at the top of every page.
  • sue But I should like to know how Sam, and Jemmie, and little Sue are getting on."
  • Fie Fair-haired Myrtilus seemed to pay little heed to the game which Gras, Archias's Bithynian house steward, was counting, but black-bearded Hermon had given it more attention, and when Daphne drew back he nodded approvingly, and pointing to the heap of motionless inhabitants of the air, exclaimed with sincere regret: " Fie upon us human wretches!
  • Fud 2. This word signifies the tail or brush of a hare, Border; being used in the same sense with fud.
  • Fum In the meantime the horse kept sniffing and nibbling at the straw which thinly covered my face, and I felt inclined to repeat to myself an old nursery rhyme: "Fe, fi, fo, fum, I smell the blood of an Englishman!"
  • Que "I wonder I did not die of grief," she said afterwards, and indeed, at first, death seemed the only thing left to be desired, but "Jamas muere un triste Quando convienne que muera."
  • Tue O rondinella che passi lo mare Torna 'ndietro, vo' dirti du' parole; Dammi 'na penna delle tue bell' ale, Vo' scrivere 'na lettera al mi' amore; E quando l' avro scritta 'n carta bella, Ti rendero la penna, o rondinella; E quando l' avro scritta 'n carta bianca, Ti rendero la penna che ti manca; E quando l' avro scritta in carta d' oro, Ti rendero la penna al tuo bel volo.
  • FUT "'Bout halfway 'long ther third story, I reckon; must be jist b'low whar ye are thet I stuck my fut down an openin'.

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