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  • beefy I am sick o' wastin' leather on these gritty pavin'-stones, An' the blasted Henglish drizzle wakes the fever in my bones; Tho' I walks with fifty 'ousemaids outer Chelsea to the Strand, An' they talks a lot o' lovin', but wot do they understand? Beefy face an' grubby 'and- Law! wot do they understand? I've a neater, sweeter maiden in a cleaner, greener land! On the road to Mandalay...
  • cafe The Englishman leant his elbow on the table, and his chin within his hand, gazing indifferently out over the marble tables of the Cafe Carmona.
  • carafe Old Pierre, who had witnessed the episode from the butler's window, came limping down the path, holding a glass and a carafe of brandy.
  • carve They carve pear-wood because it is so soft, and dye it brown, and call it me!
  • carver Carver, sir, it was, our brave and noble Carver, who saved the lives of his brethren and his own; and glad enow they were to escape.
  • coffee You'll have the coffee brought in here, I suppose, after dinner?"
  • coffer But Verus grasped his bridle, shouting in his ear: The letter, the warning to Hilderic-I found it just now, wedged between two drawers in the coffer.
  • cree As the canoe neared the beach the swart voyageurs, conscious of their Cree and Esquimo audience, put on a brave burst of speed.
  • crew I was soon as proud and fond of little Tom Holdsworth as if he had been my own younger brother; and, for that matter, so were all the crew, from our captain to the cook's boy.
  • curfew Especially I suffered at night during preparation, when they rang the curfew on the church bells at intolerable length, for these were tranquil hours to which I looked forward eagerly.
  • curlew They stole back out of the gate close to the linhay, the curlew still fighting and crying behind them.
  • curve Round the curve to where the pink hills begin."
  • defer
  • defoe
  • eff
  • few
  • forge
  • gaffe
  • gaffer
  • gofer
  • guffaw
  • heifer
  • jersey
  • keel
  • keen
  • keep
  • keeper
  • keg
  • keller
  • ken
  • kerchief
  • kern
  • key
  • kiev
  • knife
  • korea
  • kph
  • kr
  • nephew
  • nerve
  • o'keeffe
  • ref
  • refer
  • review
  • rf
  • rife
  • serf
  • serve
  • server
  • surfer
  • verve
  • vfw
  • Fer
  • Gere
  • Grew
  • Keener
  • Garvey
  • Jeff
  • Jeffrey
  • Kerr
  • Kerry
  • Effie
  • Greer
  • Geffen
  • Kelley
  • Keven
  • Keri
  • Kerri
  • DEF
  • GER
  • CERF She died when Bennett was fifteen; shortly afterward, her brother Herbert moved into the Cerf household and became a strong literary and social influence on the teenager.
  • NERF
  • Coffey No Bears were recognized as All-Americans, and five Bears received all-conference honors: Jack Sisco, Homer "Bear" Walker, Sam Coates, Ralph Pittman, Bill Coffey.
  • rifer
  • curfews In March 1984 during the Miners Strike, Anderton said of the strict curfews and patrolling of the pit villages, "It appears that the police have imposed a curfew on the community as a whole, not just on the miners, and also that they have restricted free movement.
  • Gerber
  • deafer
  • phew
  • reefer

29 words made from the letters kerfew

4 letter words made from kerfew:

eker, ekwe, feke, reke, kere, ewer, reef, free, kwee, frew, keef, reek, kree, weer, week, fker, ferk, krew, feek.

3 letter words made from kerfew:

ref, few, fee, wee, ewe.

5 letter words made from kerfew:

kefer, freke, freek, krewe, fewer.

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