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fil

[fil] /fɪl/
noun
1.
fils.
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  • At what are you going to earn your living when you grow up, fil?

    Fil and Filippa John Stuart Thomson
  • “Around this corner,” said fil, who was proud to lead the way.

    Fil and Filippa John Stuart Thomson
  • filippa dropped her handkerchief: fil gracefully picked it up.

    Fil and Filippa John Stuart Thomson
  • “Please let me tell all its other valuable qualities,” said fil.

    Fil and Filippa John Stuart Thomson
  • A subsequent charter of earl Ranulf Meschines has a Robert fil.

  • Walking into the hostel, she met Nora and fil walking arm-in-arm.

    A Popular Schoolgirl

    Angela Brazil
  • If Nora and fil were like rose and lily, she was decidedly the robin of the party.

    A Popular Schoolgirl

    Angela Brazil
  • "I know what we'll give Nursie for a Christmas present," murmured fil softly.

    A Popular Schoolgirl

    Angela Brazil
  • Nora, Verity, and fil were also to be numbered among the spectators.

    A Popular Schoolgirl

    Angela Brazil

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