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  • file You put something into the file, and it comes out the other end.
  • fl drachm ii; Glycerin� fl. oz. j; Aqu� Calcis fl. oz. vii. M.
  • flea Each flea-bite should, from time to time, be dressed by means of a camel's hair brush, with a drop or two of Spirit of Camphor; an ounce bottle of which ought, for the purpose, to be procured from a chemist.
  • flee When I send the tempest, the mightiest warriors turn and flee.
  • floe They sank on their knees in the snow, and each in silence offered his own fervent prayer, while the wind drove the thick snow about them and shrieked and moaned weirdly through the hummocks, and the distant booming of the seas, and thunderous smashing of the ice on the outer edge of the floe, fell upon their ears with solemn, ominous foreboding.
  • flu Quarterback Joe Montana, who had the flu, led Notre Dame to a come-from-behind victory in the second half after eating a bowl of chicken soup.
  • flue The whole is covered with an arch or vault and is filled with the brine, which is then evaporated by surface heat, the fire being placed at one end and the flue at the other.
  • fly Fly, fly, before I unmask you!
  • fuel The bark of this species is useless, and its wood, which is soft and white, is unfit even for fuel.
  • full They are full of wickedness.
  • muffle Some of its windows too were aglow; the lower casements opened upon the lawn; curtains concealed the interior, and partly obscured the ray of the candles which lit it, but they did not entirely muffle the sound of voice and laughter.
  • rifle He raised his rifle, and his finger trembled on the trigger.
  • ruffle A little ruffle of white water showed before the blunt nose of the heavy craft.
  • sable Yet Aristophanes, in 'The Birds,' affirms, that 'Chaos, and Night, and Erebus, and Tartarus were first; and that Love was produced from an egg, which the sable-winged Night deposited in the immense bosom of Erebus.
  • safe You know he is as safe with me as yourself, Max."
  • safely Hanlon wasn't able entirely to dodge safely, sitting as close as they were.
  • sale During his career as a bookseller he parted with most of them; and at the sale of his library in 1854 the 'Lucretius,' the 'Virgil,' and the 'Erasmus,' were all that remained in his collection.
  • salve What greater salve could it have than the sight of the conquerors of the world entertaining the conquered, lords amusing their lackeys?
  • saul If Hall's ancestor's name had chanced to be put down in Anglo-French as de la sale, he might now be known as Sale, or even as Saul.
  • sawfly Lepidopteran caterpillars can be differentiated from sawfly larvae by: the numbers of pairs of pro-legs; sawfly larvae have 6 or more pairs while caterpillars have a maximum of 5 pairs.
  • scale "Ah," said I, as I pondered the matter, "how little inclined are we to consider those who stand below us in the social scale, or to think of them as having like passions, like weaknesses, like hopes and fears with ourselves.
  • scuffle Of course, he instantly rushed at me, and there would have been a violent scuffle had not the older pupils interfered.
  • self "And nothing that any one can do, my dear," her father's friend answered, softly, "unless it is your own good self, with the kindness of the Lord to help you.
  • shuffle Brush all them crumbs carefully off the tablecloth, young blighted Albert-don't shuffle your feet-breathe softly through your nose-and close the door be'ind you when you've finished!"
  • shuffler Clinch Mountain Boys members 1967 to 2016 Ralph Stanley (Lead vocalist, banjo) Jack Cooke (bass) Curly Ray Cline (fiddle) George Shuffler (guitar, bass) Melvin Goins (bass, guitar) Larry Sparks (Lead vocalist, guitar) Roy Lee Centers (Lead vocalist, guitar) Ricky Skaggs (mandolin, fiddle) Keith Whitley (Lead vocalist, guitar) Charlie Sizemore (Lead vocalist, guitar) Hook n Beans {Buddy Moore } lead singer- guitar Ricky Lee (guitar) Junior Blankenship (guitar) Kenneth Davis (guitar) Renfro Proffit (guitar) Ron Thomason (mandolin) Steve Sparkman (banjo) James Alan Shelton (guitar) Sammy Adkins (Lead vocalist, guitar) Todd Meade (fiddle) Ralph 'Hank Smith (Lead guitar) Ernie Thacker (Lead vocalist, guitar, mandolin) John Rigsby (mandolin) Dewey Brown (fiddle),(Vocals) Jimmy Cameron (Bass), (Vocals) Audey Ratliff (bass) Ralph Stanley II (Lead vocalist, guitar) Nathan Stanley (mandolin, Lead vocalist, guitar) James Price (fiddle) Randall Joe Hibbitts (bass) Mitchell Van Dyke (banjo) Jarrod Church (banjo) Alex Hibbitts (Mandolin) Jimmy Vaughn (Rhythm Guitar, Vocals)
  • sidle
  • skiffle
  • slew
  • sloe
  • slue
  • sly
  • smile
  • snaffle
  • sniffle
  • snuffle
  • snuffly
  • sol
  • sole
  • solve
  • souffle
  • soul
  • stale
  • stifle
  • stile
  • stole
  • style
  • suave
  • suckle
  • suffer
  • sulfa
  • sulfur
  • sulla
  • sully
  • supple
  • surely
  • surf
  • surfer
  • surly
  • sutler
  • Flew Amarita turned from her mother-in-law with a noiseless rush and flew out of the front door and down the slippery path.
  • Flo His only concern was for the "Eb and Flo" as she reeled beneath the storm and strained heavily at her anchor.
  • Sal Madge bent forward to see it, but Sal, with a sudden terror drew her back.
  • Sufi
  • Suffolk
  • SF In the green series varieties the SF Anthracite Light Green has one Anthracite allele and one wild-type allele at the Anthracite locus.
  • FLA James C. Powell, first lieutenant, Washington, D. C. Wade H. Powell, second lieutenant, Atlanta, Ga. William J. Powell, first lieutenant, Chicago, Ill. Gloucester A. Price, second lieutenant, Fort Meyer, Fla. John F. Pritchard, first lieutenant, U. S. Army.
  • SAFER She's quite right,-she's like to find no safer chance for it than this.
  • surlier
  • surfed

21 words made from the letters sufle

3 letter words made from sufle:

fes, suf, elf, sle, sue, flu, use, leu.

4 letter words made from sufle:

5 letter words made from sufle:

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