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Fletch

v. t.1.To feather, as an arrow.
[imp. & p. p. Fletched ; p. pr. & vb. n. Fletching.]
[Congress] fletched their complaint, by adding: "America loved his brother."
- Bancroft.
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fleshed out
Flesher
Fleshhood
Fleshiness
Fleshings
Fleshless
Fleshliness
Fleshling
Fleshly
Fleshment
Fleshmonger
Fleshpot
Fleshquake
Fleshy
Flet
FLETC
-- Fletch --
Fletcher
Flete
Fletiferous
Fleur-de-lis
fleur-de-lys
Fleuron
Fleury
Flew
Flewed
Flews
Flex
Flex 2
Flex++
FLeX/IP
Flexanimous
Flexeril
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