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  • fall We got along all right in the fall.
  • fell Then a silence fell again.
  • fella We two fella swim more long way.
  • fill And we eat each of us two of the tablets and drank some of the water; and I made jest with the Maid how that the tablets did be proper for strength, yet very lacking to fill the belly; though, indeed, I named it otherwise.
  • filly "You're not near as sick of it as I am," said Doyle, "and I don't know that I want the filly."
  • fl Under this law a Brussels advocate, Van der Straeten, was fined 3000 fl.
  • flu White Mountain snowshoed twenty miles in Yellowstone to have Christmas dinner with another ranger, but when he got there he found his friend delirious with flu.
  • flue The troublesome flue may only need cleaning, or a dislodged brick or other obstacle may have blocked it.
  • fly Satan fly away with him!"
  • folly In truth, he could have kicked himself for his folly.
  • foul He doesn't know what you want of him with your foul temper and your pole going like a windmill about his ears."
  • foully Yet I count it to him chiefly for good that he could risk life and honor to hinder those who fell upon him so foully from escaping the arm of justice; and it is this upholding of the law which truly does more to lift men above us women-folk than any other thing.
  • frill "These ladies are young," I said, "quite young, and so the cakes must be of the most sumptuous possible kind, not ordinary slices cut off large cakes, but small creations, each complete in itself and wrapped in a little paper frill.
  • fuel There was enough fuel, with a margin of safety, unless he got too enthusiastic about lingering around the island.
  • full On the morning of the 27th, full loads were taken on our sledges.
  • fuller The master fuller, Vesonius Primus, backs Cn.
  • fully His face was turned fully towards her, and looked quite different from what it had been before, calm and expressionless.
  • furl As for Captain Leicester, he was in high spirits; the breeze lasted fresh for four full days after his encounter with the pirate schooner, so fresh indeed that once or twice he was obliged to furl his royals, in order to save the sticks; and the barque, no longer compelled to moderate her pace to that of the slowest sailer in a large fleet, maintained a steady speed of twelve knots during the whole of that time, thus fully making up, in the skipper's opinion, for the time and ground lost during the gale, and encouraging him to look forward hopefully to the accomplishment of a quick passage.
  • yell
  • yule
  • Flo Jist the two, so I named this craft after 'em, ye see, Eb an' Flo sounds about right to my way of thinkin'.
  • Lyell It is probable, even at this late day, there would not have been so much discussion of this subject had not Sir Charles Lyell lent the weight of his great name to it.
  • FOL This passage is taken from a memoir of Henry Earl of Peterborough, in a volume entitled "Succinct Genealogies, by Robert Halstead," fol.
  • FLA D. L. Pierson, Monticello, Fla.
  • FYI In December 2013, A+E Networks announced that The Biography Channel would be rebranded as FYI, a contemporary lifestyle network, starting in mid 2014.
  • FOLL 8, 69, 73, 74 foll.
  • Y'all
  • you'll

5 words made from the letters fyull

3 letter words made from fyull:

ull, fly, flu.

4 letter words made from fyull:

full.

5 letter words made from fyull:

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