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Study the word list: Spelling Bee Words Set 23: 221-230

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feces American English spelling
The dog's feces was filled with worms. *
Fahrenheit
10,000 degrees Fahrenheit is around 5,600 degrees Celsius. *
future
In the foreseeable future.
fascinate
I think this new game will fascinate your child.
fatigue
Fatigue is extreme tiredness.
faucet
My mom hired a plumber to fix the faucet that was leaking. *
fauna
Fauna is the general name for the animal life of an area or time. *
feasible
Is it feasible to take all of the students on camp? *
feeble
Troy is very feeble, he could not lift the iron rod. *
feign
In soccer today, the defender fell for the attacker's feign.

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