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From synhers...@apache.org
Subject [12/52] [abbrv] lucenenet git commit: Fixed bugs in KStemmer that were causing tests TestKStemmer.TestVocabulary and TestKStemmer.TestRandomStrings to fail.
Date Thu, 01 Sep 2016 14:39:33 GMT
http://git-wip-us.apache.org/repos/asf/lucenenet/blob/87c185dc/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData3.cs
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diff --git a/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData3.cs b/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData3.cs
index a526c5f..73cb175 100644
--- a/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData3.cs
+++ b/src/Lucene.Net.Analysis.Common/Analysis/En/KStemData3.cs
@@ -47,6 +47,707 @@ namespace Lucene.Net.Analysis.En
         private KStemData3()
         {
         }
-        internal static string[] data = new string[] { "distasteful", "distemper", "distempered", "distend", "distension", "distil", "distill", "distillation", "distiller", "distillery", "distinct", "distinction", "distinctive", "distinguish", "distinguishable", "distinguished", "distort", "distortion", "distract", "distracted", "distraction", "distrain", "distraint", "distrait", "distraught", "distress", "distressing", "distribute", "distribution", "distributive", "distributor", "district", "distrust", "distrustful", "disturb", "disturbance", "disturbed", "disunion", "disunite", "disunity", "disuse", "disused", "disyllabic", "disyllable", "ditch", "dither", "dithers", "ditto", "ditty", "diuretic", "diurnal", "divagate", "divan", "dive", "diver", "diverge", "divergence", "divers", "diverse", "diversify", "diversion", "diversionary", "diversity", "divert", "divertimento", "divertissement", "divest", "divide", "dividend", "dividers", "divination", "divine", "diviner", "divingboard", "
 divinity", "divisible", "division", "divisive", "divisor", "divorce", "divot", "divulge", "divvy", "dixie", "dixieland", "dizzy", "djinn", "dna", "do", "dobbin", "doc", "docile", "dock", "docker", "docket", "dockyard", "doctor", "doctoral", "doctorate", "doctrinaire", "doctrinal", "doctrine", "document", "documentary", "documentation", "dodder", "doddering", "doddle", "dodge", "dodgems", "dodger", "dodgy", "dodo", "doe", "doer", "doeskin", "doff", "dog", "dogcart", "dogcatcher", "dogfight", "dogfish", "dogged", "doggerel", "doggie", "doggo", "doggone", "doggy", "doghouse", "dogie", "dogleg", "dogma", "dogmatic", "dogmatics", "dogmatism", "dogs", "dogsbody", "dogtooth", "dogtrot", "dogwood", "doh", "doily", "doings", "doldrums", "dole", "doleful", "doll", "dollar", "dollop", "dolly", "dolmen", "dolor", "dolorous", "dolour", "dolphin", "dolt", "domain", "dome", "domed", "domestic", "domesticate", "domesticity", "domicile", "domiciliary", "dominance", "dominant", "dominate", "dominatio
 n", "domineer", "dominican", "dominion", "domino", "dominoes", "don", "donate", "donation", "donjon", "donkey", "donkeywork", "donnish", "donor", "doodle", "doodlebug", "doom", "doomsday", "door", "doorbell", "doorframe", "doorkeeper", "doorknob", "doorknocker", "doorman", "doormat", "doornail", "doorplate", "doorscraper", "doorstep", "doorstopper", "doorway", "dope", "dopey", "dopy", "doric", "dormant", "dormer", "dormitory", "dormouse", "dorsal", "dory", "dosage", "dose", "doss", "dosser", "dosshouse", "dossier", "dost", "dot", "dotage", "dote", "doth", "doting", "dottle", "dotty", "double", "doubles", "doublet", "doublethink", "doubloon", "doubly", "doubt", "doubtful", "doubtless", "douche", "dough", "doughnut", "doughty", "doughy", "dour", "douse", "dove", "dovecote", "dovetail", "dowager", "dowdy", "dowel", "dower", "down", "downbeat", "downcast", "downdraft", "downdraught", "downer", "downfall", "downgrade", "downhearted", "downhill", "downpour", "downright", "downstage", "dow
 nstairs", "downstream", "downtown", "downtrodden", "downward", "downwards", "downwind", "downy", "dowry", "dowse", "doxology", "doyen", "doyley", "doze", "dozen", "dozy", "dpt", "drab", "drabs", "drachm", "drachma", "draconian", "draft", "draftee", "draftsman", "drafty", "drag", "draggled", "draggy", "dragnet", "dragoman", "dragon", "dragonfly", "dragoon", "drain", "drainage", "drainpipe", "drake", "dram", "drama", "dramatic", "dramatics", "dramatise", "dramatist", "dramatize", "drank", "drape", "draper", "drapery", "drastic", "drat", "draught", "draughtboard", "draughts", "draughtsman", "draughty", "draw", "drawback", "drawbridge", "drawer", "drawers", "drawing", "drawl", "drawn", "drawstring", "dray", "dread", "dreadful", "dreadfully", "dreadnaught", "dreadnought", "dream", "dreamboat", "dreamer", "dreamland", "dreamless", "dreamlike", "dreamy", "drear", "dreary", "dredge", "dredger", "dregs", "drench", "dress", "dressage", "dresser", "dressing", "dressmaker", "dressy", "drew", "d
 ribble", "driblet", "dribs", "drier", "drift", "driftage", "drifter", "driftnet", "driftwood", "drill", "drily", "drink", "drinkable", "drinker", "drip", "dripping", "drive", "drivel", "driver", "driveway", "driving", "drizzle", "drogue", "droll", "drollery", "dromedary", "drone", "drool", "droop", "drop", "dropkick", "droplet", "dropout", "dropper", "droppings", "drops", "dropsy", "dross", "drought", "drove", "drover", "drown", "drowse", "drowsy", "drub", "drudge", "drudgery", "drug", "drugget", "druggist", "drugstore", "druid", "drum", "drumbeat", "drumfire", "drumhead", "drummer", "drumstick", "drunk", "drunkard", "drunken", "drupe", "dry", "dryad", "dryer", "dual", "dub", "dubbin", "dubiety", "dubious", "ducal", "ducat", "duchess", "duchy", "duck", "duckboards", "duckling", "ducks", "duckweed", "ducky", "duct", "ductile", "dud", "dude", "dudgeon", "duds", "due", "duel", "duenna", "dues", "duet", "duff", "duffel", "duffer", "duffle", "dug", "dugout", "duke", "dukedom", "dukes", "
 dulcet", "dulcimer", "dull", "dullard", "duly", "dumb", "dumbbell", "dumbfound", "dumbwaiter", "dumfound", "dummy", "dump", "dumper", "dumpling", "dumps", "dumpy", "dun", "dunce", "dunderhead", "dung", "dungaree", "dungarees", "dungeon", "dunghill", "dunk", "duo", "duodecimal", "duodenum", "duologue", "dupe", "duplex", "duplicate", "duplicator", "duplicity", "durable", "duration", "durbar", "duress", "durex", "during", "durst", "dusk", "dusky", "dust", "dustbin", "dustbowl", "dustcart", "dustcoat", "duster", "dustman", "dustpan", "dustsheet", "dustup", "dusty", "dutch", "dutiable", "dutiful", "duty", "duvet", "dwarf", "dwell", "dwelling", "dwindle", "dyarchy", "dye", "dyestuff", "dyeworks", "dyke", "dynamic", "dynamics", "dynamism", "dynamite", "dynamo", "dynasty", "dysentery", "dyslexia", "dyspepsia", "dyspeptic", "each", "eager", "eagle", "eaglet", "ear", "earache", "eardrum", "eared", "earful", "earl", "earliest", "earlobe", "early", "earmark", "earmuff", "earn", "earnest", "earn
 ings", "earphone", "earpiece", "earplug", "earring", "earshot", "earth", "earthbound", "earthen", "earthenware", "earthling", "earthly", "earthnut", "earthquake", "earthshaking", "earthwork", "earthworm", "earthy", "earwax", "earwig", "ease", "easel", "easily", "east", "eastbound", "easter", "easterly", "eastern", "easterner", "easternmost", "easy", "easygoing", "eat", "eatable", "eatables", "eater", "eats", "eaves", "eavesdrop", "ebb", "ebony", "ebullience", "ebullient", "eccentric", "eccentricity", "ecclesiastic", "ecclesiastical", "ecg", "echelon", "echo", "eclectic", "eclipse", "ecliptic", "eclogue", "ecological", "ecologically", "ecology", "economic", "economical", "economically", "economics", "economise", "economist", "economize", "economy", "ecosystem", "ecstasy", "ecstatic", "ect", "ectoplasm", "ecumenical", "ecumenicalism", "eczema", "edam", "eddy", "edelweiss", "eden", "edge", "edgeways", "edging", "edgy", "edible", "edibles", "edict", "edification", "edifice", "edify", "e
 dit", "edition", "editor", "editorial", "editorialise", "editorialize", "educate", "educated", "education", "educational", "educationist", "educator", "educe", "eec", "eeg", "eel", "eerie", "efface", "effect", "effective", "effectively", "effectiveness", "effectives", "effects", "effectual", "effectually", "effectuate", "effeminacy", "effeminate", "effendi", "effervesce", "effete", "efficacious", "efficacy", "efficiency", "efficient", "effigy", "efflorescence", "effluent", "efflux", "effort", "effortless", "effrontery", "effulgence", "effulgent", "effusion", "effusive", "eft", "egalitarian", "egg", "eggcup", "egghead", "eggnog", "eggplant", "eggshell", "egis", "eglantine", "ego", "egocentric", "egoism", "egoist", "egotism", "egotist", "egregious", "egress", "egret", "eiderdown", "eight", "eighteen", "eightsome", "eighty", "eisteddfod", "either", "ejaculate", "ejaculation", "eject", "ejector", "eke", "ekg", "elaborate", "elaboration", "eland", "elapse", "elastic", "elasticity", "elas
 toplast", "elate", "elated", "elation", "elbow", "elbowroom", "elder", "elderberry", "elderflower", "elderly", "eldest", "elect", "election", "electioneer", "electioneering", "elective", "elector", "electoral", "electorate", "electric", "electrical", "electrician", "electricity", "electrify", "electrocardiogram", "electrocardiograph", "electrocute", "electrode", "electroencephalogram", "electroencephalograph", "electrolysis", "electrolyte", "electron", "electronic", "electronics", "electroplate", "eleemosynary", "elegant", "elegiac", "elegy", "element", "elemental", "elementary", "elements", "elephant", "elephantiasis", "elephantine", "elevate", "elevated", "elevation", "elevator", "eleven", "elevenses", "elf", "elfin", "elfish", "elicit", "elide", "eligible", "eliminate", "elite", "elitism", "elixir", "elizabethan", "elk", "elkhound", "ellipse", "ellipsis", "elliptic", "elm", "elocution", "elocutionary", "elocutionist", "elongate", "elongation", "elope", "eloquence", "eloquent", "e
 lse", "elsewhere", "elucidate", "elucidatory", "elude", "elusive", "elver", "elves", "elvish", "elysian", "elysium", "emaciate", "emanate", "emancipate", "emancipation", "emasculate", "embalm", "embankment", "embargo", "embark", "embarkation", "embarrass", "embarrassment", "embassy", "embattled", "embed", "embellish", "ember", "embezzle", "embitter", "emblazon", "emblem", "emblematic", "embodiment", "embody", "embolden", "embolism", "embonpoint", "embosomed", "emboss", "embowered", "embrace", "embrasure", "embrocation", "embroider", "embroidery", "embroil", "embryo", "embryonic", "emend", "emendation", "emerald", "emerge", "emergence", "emergency", "emergent", "emeritus", "emery", "emetic", "emigrant", "emigrate", "eminence", "eminent", "eminently", "emir", "emirate", "emissary", "emission", "emit", "emmentaler", "emmenthaler", "emollient", "emolument", "emote", "emotion", "emotional", "emotionalism", "emotionally", "emotive", "empanel", "empathy", "emperor", "emphasis", "emphasise"
 , "emphasize", "emphatic", "emphatically", "emphysema", "empire", "empirical", "empiricism", "emplacement", "emplane", "employ", "employable", "employee", "employer", "employment", "emporium", "empower", "empress", "emptily", "empty", "empurpled", "empyreal", "empyrean", "emu", "emulate", "emulation", "emulsify", "emulsion", "enable", "enabling", "enact", "enactment", "enamel", "enamelware", "enamored", "enamoured", "encamp", "encampment", "encapsulate", "encase", "encaustic", "encephalitis", "enchain", "enchant", "enchanter", "enchanting", "enchantment", "encipher", "encircle", "enclave", "enclose", "enclosure", "encode", "encomium", "encompass", "encore", "encounter", "encourage", "encouragement", "encroach", "encroachment", "encrust", "encumber", "encumbrance", "encyclical", "encyclopaedia", "encyclopaedic", "encyclopedia", "encyclopedic", "end", "endanger", "endear", "endearing", "endearment", "endeavor", "endeavour", "endemic", "ending", "endive", "endless", "endocrine", "endor
 se", "endow", "endowment", "endpaper", "endurance", "endure", "enduring", "endways", "enema", "enemy", "energetic", "energize", "energy", "enervate", "enfeeble", "enfilade", "enfold", "enforce", "enfranchise", "engage", "engaged", "engagement", "engaging", "engender", "engine", "engineer", "engineering", "english", "englishman", "engraft", "engrave", "engraving", "engross", "engrossing", "engulf", "enhance", "enigma", "enigmatic", "enjoin", "enjoy", "enjoyable", "enjoyment", "enkindle", "enlarge", "enlargement", "enlighten", "enlightened", "enlightenment", "enlist", "enliven", "enmesh", "enmity", "ennoble", "ennui", "enormity", "enormous", "enormously", "enough", "enplane", "enquire", "enquiring", "enquiry", "enrage", "enrapture", "enrich", "enrol", "enroll", "enrollment", "enrolment", "ensanguined", "ensconce", "ensemble", "enshrine", "enshroud", "ensign", "enslave", "ensnare", "ensue", "ensure", "entail", "entangle", "entanglement", "entente", "enter", "enteritis", "enterprise", "
 enterprising", "entertain", "entertainer", "entertaining", "entertainment", "enthral", "enthrall", "enthrone", "enthroned", "enthuse", "enthusiasm", "enthusiast", "entice", "enticement", "entire", "entirety", "entitle", "entity", "entomb", "entomology", "entourage", "entrails", "entrain", "entrance", "entrant", "entrap", "entreat", "entreaty", "entrench", "entrenched", "entrenchment", "entrepreneur", "entresol", "entropy", "entrust", "entry", "entwine", "enumerate", "enunciate", "enunciation", "envelop", "envenom", "enviable", "envious", "environed", "environment", "environmental", "environmentalist", "environs", "envisage", "envoi", "envoy", "envy", "enzyme", "eon", "epaulet", "epaulette", "ephemeral", "epic", "epicenter", "epicentre", "epicure", "epicurean", "epidemic", "epidermis", "epidiascope", "epiglottis", "epigram", "epigrammatic", "epilepsy", "epileptic", "epilogue", "epiphany", "episcopacy", "episcopal", "episcopalian", "episode", "episodic", "epistle", "epistolary", "epit
 aph", "epithet", "epitome", "epitomise", "epitomize", "epoch", "eponymous", "equability", "equable", "equal", "equalise", "equalitarian", "equality", "equalize", "equally", "equanimity", "equate", "equation", "equator", "equatorial", "equerry", "equestrian", "equidistant", "equilateral", "equilibrium", "equine", "equinoctial", "equinox", "equip", "equipage", "equipment", "equipoise", "equitable", "equitation", "equities", "equity", "equivalence", "equivalent", "equivocal", "equivocate", "equivocation", "era", "eradicate", "eradicator", "erase", "eraser", "erasure", "ere", "erect", "erectile", "erection", "eremite", "erg", "ergo", "ergonomics", "ermine", "erode", "erogenous", "erosion", "erotic", "erotica", "eroticism", "err", "errand", "errant", "erratic", "erratum", "erroneous", "error", "ersatz", "erse", "eructation", "erudite", "erupt", "eruption", "erysipelas", "escalate", "escalator", "escalope", "escapade", "escape", "escapee", "escapement", "escapism", "escapology", "escarpme
 nt", "eschatology", "eschew", "escort", "escritoire", "escutcheon", "eskimo", "esophagus", "esoteric", "esp", "espalier", "especial", "especially", "esperanto", "espionage", "esplanade", "espousal", "espouse", "espresso", "espy", "essay", "essence", "essential", "essentially", "establish", "establishment", "estaminet", "estate", "esteem", "esthete", "esthetic", "esthetics", "estimable", "estimate", "estimation", "estimator", "estrange", "estrangement", "estrogen", "estuary", "etch", "etching", "eternal", "eternity", "ether", "ethereal", "ethic", "ethical", "ethically", "ethics", "ethnic", "ethnically", "ethnographer", "ethnography", "ethnologist", "ethnology", "ethos", "ethyl", "etiolate", "etiology", "etiquette", "etymologist", "etymology", "eucalyptus", "eucharist", "euclidean", "euclidian", "eugenic", "eugenics", "eulogise", "eulogist", "eulogistic", "eulogize", "eulogy", "eunuch", "euphemism", "euphemistic", "euphonious", "euphonium", "euphony", "euphoria", "euphuism", "eurasian
 ", "eureka", "eurhythmic", "eurhythmics", "eurocrat", "eurodollar", "eurythmic", "eurythmics", "euthanasia", "evacuate", "evacuee", "evade", "evaluate", "evanescent", "evangelic", "evangelical", "evangelise", "evangelist", "evangelize", "evaporate", "evasion", "evasive", "eve", "even", "evening", "evenings", "evens", "evensong", "event", "eventful", "eventide", "eventual", "eventuality", "eventually", "eventuate", "ever", "evergreen", "everlasting", "everlastingly", "evermore", "every", "everybody", "everyday", "everything", "everywhere", "evict", "evidence", "evident", "evidently", "evil", "evildoer", "evince", "eviscerate", "evocative", "evoke", "evolution", "evolutionary", "evolve", "ewe", "ewer", "exacerbate", "exact", "exacting", "exaction", "exactly", "exaggerate", "exaggeration", "exalt", "exaltation", "exalted", "exam", "examination", "examine", "example", "exasperate", "exasperation", "excavate", "excavation", "excavator", "exceed", "exceedingly", "excel", "excellence", "ex
 cellency", "excellent", "excelsior", "except", "excepted", "excepting", "exception", "exceptionable", "exceptional", "excerpt", "excess", "excesses", "excessive", "exchange", "exchequer", "excise", "excision", "excitable", "excite", "excited", "excitement", "exciting", "exclaim", "exclamation", "exclamatory", "exclude", "excluding", "exclusion", "exclusive", "exclusively", "excogitate", "excommunicate", "excommunication", "excoriate", "excrement", "excrescence", "excreta", "excrete", "excretion", "excruciating", "exculpate", "excursion", "excursionist", "excusable", "excuse", "execrable", "execrate", "executant", "execute", "execution", "executioner", "executive", "executor", "exegesis", "exemplary", "exemplification", "exemplify", "exempt", "exemption", "exercise", "exercises", "exert", "exertion", "exeunt", "exhalation", "exhale", "exhaust", "exhaustion", "exhaustive", "exhibit", "exhibition", "exhibitionism", "exhibitor", "exhilarate", "exhilarating", "exhort", "exhortation", "ex
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 expostulate", "exposure", "expound", "express", "expression", "expressionism", "expressionless", "expressive", "expressly", "expressway", "expropriate", "expulsion", "expunge", "expurgate", "exquisite", "extant", "extemporaneous", "extempore", "extemporise", "extemporize", "extend", "extension", "extensive", "extent", "extenuate", "extenuation", "exterior", "exteriorise", "exteriorize", "exterminate", "external", "externalise", "externalize", "externally", "externals", "exterritorial", "extinct", "extinction", "extinguish", "extinguisher", "extirpate", "extol", "extort", "extortion", "extortionate", "extortions", "extra", "extract", "extraction", "extracurricular", "extraditable", "extradite", "extrajudicial", "extramarital", "extramural", "extraneous", "extraordinarily", "extraordinary", "extrapolate", "extraterrestrial", "extraterritorial", "extravagance", "extravagant", "extravaganza", "extravert", "extreme", "extremely", "extremism", "extremities", "extremity", "extricate", "ext
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 t", "goods", "goodwill", "goody", "gooey", "goof", "goofy", "googly", "goon", "goose", "gooseberry", "gooseflesh", "goosestep", "gopher", "gore", "gorge", "gorgeous", "gorgon", "gorgonzola", "gorilla", "gormandise", "gormandize", "gormless", "gorse", "gory", "gosh", "gosling", "gospel", "gossamer", "gossip", "gossipy", "got", "gothic", "gotta", "gotten", "gouache", "gouda", "gouge", "goulash", "gourd", "gourmand", "gourmet", "gout", "gouty", "govern", "governance", "governess", "governing", "government", "governor", "gown", "gpo", "grab", "grace", "graceful", "graceless", "graces", "gracious", "gradation", "grade", "gradient", "gradual", "graduate", "graduation", "graffiti", "graft", "grafter", "grail", "grain", "gram", "grammar", "grammarian", "grammatical", "gramme", "gramophone", "grampus", "gran", "granary", "grand", "grandad", "grandchild", "granddad", "granddaughter", "grandee", "grandeur", "grandfather", "grandiloquent", "grandiose", "grandma", "grandmother", "grandpa", "gran
 dparent", "grandson", "grandstand", "grange", "granite", "grannie", "granny", "grant" };
+        internal static string[] data = new string[] {
+            "distasteful","distemper","distempered","distend","distension",
+            "distil","distill","distillation","distiller","distillery",
+            "distinct","distinction","distinctive","distinguish","distinguishable",
+            "distinguished","distort","distortion","distract","distracted",
+            "distraction","distrain","distraint","distrait","distraught",
+            "distress","distressing","distribute","distribution","distributive",
+            "distributor","district","distrust","distrustful","disturb",
+            "disturbance","disturbed","disunion","disunite","disunity",
+            "disuse","disused","disyllabic","disyllable","ditch",
+            "dither","dithers","ditto","ditty","diuretic",
+            "diurnal","divagate","divan","dive","diver",
+            "diverge","divergence","divers","diverse","diversify",
+            "diversion","diversionary","diversity","divert","divertimento",
+            "divertissement","divest","divide","dividend","dividers",
+            "divination","divine","diviner","divingboard","divinity",
+            "divisible","division","divisive","divisor","divorce",
+            "divot","divulge","divvy","dixie","dixieland",
+            "dizzy","djinn","dna","do","dobbin",
+            "doc","docile","dock","docker","docket",
+            "dockyard","doctor","doctoral","doctorate","doctrinaire",
+            "doctrinal","doctrine","document","documentary","documentation",
+            "dodder","doddering","doddle","dodge","dodgems",
+            "dodger","dodgy","dodo","doe","doer",
+            "doeskin","doff","dog","dogcart","dogcatcher",
+            "dogfight","dogfish","dogged","doggerel","doggie",
+            "doggo","doggone","doggy","doghouse","dogie",
+            "dogleg","dogma","dogmatic","dogmatics","dogmatism",
+            "dogs","dogsbody","dogtooth","dogtrot","dogwood",
+            "doh","doily","doings","doldrums","dole",
+            "doleful","doll","dollar","dollop","dolly",
+            "dolmen","dolor","dolorous","dolour","dolphin",
+            "dolt","domain","dome","domed","domestic",
+            "domesticate","domesticity","domicile","domiciliary","dominance",
+            "dominant","dominate","domination","domineer","dominican",
+            "dominion","domino","dominoes","don","donate",
+            "donation","donjon","donkey","donkeywork","donnish",
+            "donor","doodle","doodlebug","doom","doomsday",
+            "door","doorbell","doorframe","doorkeeper","doorknob",
+            "doorknocker","doorman","doormat","doornail","doorplate",
+            "doorscraper","doorstep","doorstopper","doorway","dope",
+            "dopey","dopy","doric","dormant","dormer",
+            "dormitory","dormouse","dorsal","dory","dosage",
+            "dose","doss","dosser","dosshouse","dossier",
+            "dost","dot","dotage","dote","doth",
+            "doting","dottle","dotty","double","doubles",
+            "doublet","doublethink","doubloon","doubly","doubt",
+            "doubtful","doubtless","douche","dough","doughnut",
+            "doughty","doughy","dour","douse","dove",
+            "dovecote","dovetail","dowager","dowdy","dowel",
+            "dower","down","downbeat","downcast","downdraft",
+            "downdraught","downer","downfall","downgrade","downhearted",
+            "downhill","downpour","downright","downstage","downstairs",
+            "downstream","downtown","downtrodden","downward","downwards",
+            "downwind","downy","dowry","dowse","doxology",
+            "doyen","doyley","doze","dozen","dozy",
+            "dpt","drab","drabs","drachm","drachma",
+            "draconian","draft","draftee","draftsman","drafty",
+            "drag","draggled","draggy","dragnet","dragoman",
+            "dragon","dragonfly","dragoon","drain","drainage",
+            "drainpipe","drake","dram","drama","dramatic",
+            "dramatics","dramatise","dramatist","dramatize","drank",
+            "drape","draper","drapery","drastic","drat",
+            "draught","draughtboard","draughts","draughtsman","draughty",
+            "draw","drawback","drawbridge","drawer","drawers",
+            "drawing","drawl","drawn","drawstring","dray",
+            "dread","dreadful","dreadfully","dreadnaught","dreadnought",
+            "dream","dreamboat","dreamer","dreamland","dreamless",
+            "dreamlike","dreamy","drear","dreary","dredge",
+            "dredger","dregs","drench","dress","dressage",
+            "dresser","dressing","dressmaker","dressy","drew",
+            "dribble","driblet","dribs","drier","drift",
+            "driftage","drifter","driftnet","driftwood","drill",
+            "drily","drink","drinkable","drinker","drip",
+            "dripping","drive","drivel","driver","driveway",
+            "driving","drizzle","drogue","droll","drollery",
+            "dromedary","drone","drool","droop","drop",
+            "dropkick","droplet","dropout","dropper","droppings",
+            "drops","dropsy","dross","drought","drove",
+            "drover","drown","drowse","drowsy","drub",
+            "drudge","drudgery","drug","drugget","druggist",
+            "drugstore","druid","drum","drumbeat","drumfire",
+            "drumhead","drummer","drumstick","drunk","drunkard",
+            "drunken","drupe","dry","dryad","dryer",
+            "dual","dub","dubbin","dubiety","dubious",
+            "ducal","ducat","duchess","duchy","duck",
+            "duckboards","duckling","ducks","duckweed","ducky",
+            "duct","ductile","dud","dude","dudgeon",
+            "duds","due","duel","duenna","dues",
+            "duet","duff","duffel","duffer","duffle",
+            "dug","dugout","duke","dukedom","dukes",
+            "dulcet","dulcimer","dull","dullard","duly",
+            "dumb","dumbbell","dumbfound","dumbwaiter","dumfound",
+            "dummy","dump","dumper","dumpling","dumps",
+            "dumpy","dun","dunce","dunderhead","dung",
+            "dungaree","dungarees","dungeon","dunghill","dunk",
+            "duo","duodecimal","duodenum","duologue","dupe",
+            "duplex","duplicate","duplicator","duplicity","durable",
+            "duration","durbar","duress","durex","during",
+            "durst","dusk","dusky","dust","dustbin",
+            "dustbowl","dustcart","dustcoat","duster","dustman",
+            "dustpan","dustsheet","dustup","dusty","dutch",
+            "dutiable","dutiful","duty","duvet","dwarf",
+            "dwell","dwelling","dwindle","dyarchy","dye",
+            "dyestuff","dyeworks","dyke","dynamic","dynamics",
+            "dynamism","dynamite","dynamo","dynasty","dysentery",
+            "dyslexia","dyspepsia","dyspeptic","each","eager",
+            "eagle","eaglet","ear","earache","eardrum",
+            "eared","earful","earl","earliest","earlobe",
+            "early","earmark","earmuff","earn","earnest",
+            "earnings","earphone","earpiece","earplug","earring",
+            "earshot","earth","earthbound","earthen","earthenware",
+            "earthling","earthly","earthnut","earthquake","earthshaking",
+            "earthwork","earthworm","earthy","earwax","earwig",
+            "ease","easel","easily","east","eastbound",
+            "easter","easterly","eastern","easterner","easternmost",
+            "easy","easygoing","eat","eatable","eatables",
+            "eater","eats","eaves","eavesdrop","ebb",
+            "ebony","ebullience","ebullient","eccentric","eccentricity",
+            "ecclesiastic","ecclesiastical","ecg","echelon","echo",
+            "eclectic","eclipse","ecliptic","eclogue","ecological",
+            "ecologically","ecology","economic","economical","economically",
+            "economics","economise","economist","economize","economy",
+            "ecosystem","ecstasy","ecstatic","ect","ectoplasm",
+            "ecumenical","ecumenicalism","eczema","edam","eddy",
+            "edelweiss","eden","edge","edgeways","edging",
+            "edgy","edible","edibles","edict","edification",
+            "edifice","edify","edit","edition","editor",
+            "editorial","editorialise","editorialize","educate","educated",
+            "education","educational","educationist","educator","educe",
+            "eec","eeg","eel","eerie","efface",
+            "effect","effective","effectively","effectiveness","effectives",
+            "effects","effectual","effectually","effectuate","effeminacy",
+            "effeminate","effendi","effervesce","effete","efficacious",
+            "efficacy","efficiency","efficient","effigy","efflorescence",
+            "effluent","efflux","effort","effortless","effrontery",
+            "effulgence","effulgent","effusion","effusive","eft",
+            "egalitarian","egg","eggcup","egghead","eggnog",
+            "eggplant","eggshell","egis","eglantine","ego",
+            "egocentric","egoism","egoist","egotism","egotist",
+            "egregious","egress","egret","eiderdown","eight",
+            "eighteen","eightsome","eighty","eisteddfod","either",
+            "ejaculate","ejaculation","eject","ejector","eke",
+            "ekg","elaborate","elaboration","eland","elapse",
+            "elastic","elasticity","elastoplast","elate","elated",
+            "elation","elbow","elbowroom","elder","elderberry",
+            "elderflower","elderly","eldest","elect","election",
+            "electioneer","electioneering","elective","elector","electoral",
+            "electorate","electric","electrical","electrician","electricity",
+            "electrify","electrocardiogram","electrocardiograph","electrocute","electrode",
+            "electroencephalogram","electroencephalograph","electrolysis","electrolyte","electron",
+            "electronic","electronics","electroplate","eleemosynary","elegant",
+            "elegiac","elegy","element","elemental","elementary",
+            "elements","elephant","elephantiasis","elephantine","elevate",
+            "elevated","elevation","elevator","eleven","elevenses",
+            "elf","elfin","elfish","elicit","elide",
+            "eligible","eliminate","elite","elitism","elixir",
+            "elizabethan","elk","elkhound","ellipse","ellipsis",
+            "elliptic","elm","elocution","elocutionary","elocutionist",
+            "elongate","elongation","elope","eloquence","eloquent",
+            "else","elsewhere","elucidate","elucidatory","elude",
+            "elusive","elver","elves","elvish","elysian",
+            "elysium","emaciate","emanate","emancipate","emancipation",
+            "emasculate","embalm","embankment","embargo","embark",
+            "embarkation","embarrass","embarrassment","embassy","embattled",
+            "embed","embellish","ember","embezzle","embitter",
+            "emblazon","emblem","emblematic","embodiment","embody",
+            "embolden","embolism","embonpoint","embosomed","emboss",
+            "embowered","embrace","embrasure","embrocation","embroider",
+            "embroidery","embroil","embryo","embryonic","emend",
+            "emendation","emerald","emerge","emergence","emergency",
+            "emergent","emeritus","emery","emetic","emigrant",
+            "emigrate","eminence","eminent","eminently","emir",
+            "emirate","emissary","emission","emit","emmentaler",
+            "emmenthaler","emollient","emolument","emote","emotion",
+            "emotional","emotionalism","emotionally","emotive","empanel",
+            "empathy","emperor","emphasis","emphasise","emphasize",
+            "emphatic","emphatically","emphysema","empire","empirical",
+            "empiricism","emplacement","emplane","employ","employable",
+            "employee","employer","employment","emporium","empower",
+            "empress","emptily","empty","empurpled","empyreal",
+            "empyrean","emu","emulate","emulation","emulsify",
+            "emulsion","enable","enabling","enact","enactment",
+            "enamel","enamelware","enamored","enamoured","encamp",
+            "encampment","encapsulate","encase","encaustic","encephalitis",
+            "enchain","enchant","enchanter","enchanting","enchantment",
+            "encipher","encircle","enclave","enclose","enclosure",
+            "encode","encomium","encompass","encore","encounter",
+            "encourage","encouragement","encroach","encroachment","encrust",
+            "encumber","encumbrance","encyclical","encyclopaedia","encyclopaedic",
+            "encyclopedia","encyclopedic","end","endanger","endear",
+            "endearing","endearment","endeavor","endeavour","endemic",
+            "ending","endive","endless","endocrine","endorse",
+            "endow","endowment","endpaper","endurance","endure",
+            "enduring","endways","enema","enemy","energetic",
+            "energize","energy","enervate","enfeeble","enfilade",
+            "enfold","enforce","enfranchise","engage","engaged",
+            "engagement","engaging","engender","engine","engineer",
+            "engineering","english","englishman","engraft","engrave",
+            "engraving","engross","engrossing","engulf","enhance",
+            "enigma","enigmatic","enjoin","enjoy","enjoyable",
+            "enjoyment","enkindle","enlarge","enlargement","enlighten",
+            "enlightened","enlightenment","enlist","enliven","enmesh",
+            "enmity","ennoble","ennui","enormity","enormous",
+            "enormously","enough","enplane","enquire","enquiring",
+            "enquiry","enrage","enrapture","enrich","enrol",
+            "enroll","enrollment","enrolment","ensanguined","ensconce",
+            "ensemble","enshrine","enshroud","ensign","enslave",
+            "ensnare","ensue","ensure","entail","entangle",
+            "entanglement","entente","enter","enteritis","enterprise",
+            "enterprising","entertain","entertainer","entertaining","entertainment",
+            "enthral","enthrall","enthrone","enthroned","enthuse",
+            "enthusiasm","enthusiast","entice","enticement","entire",
+            "entirety","entitle","entity","entomb","entomology",
+            "entourage","entrails","entrain","entrance","entrant",
+            "entrap","entreat","entreaty","entrench","entrenched",
+            "entrenchment","entrepreneur","entresol","entropy","entrust",
+            "entry","entwine","enumerate","enunciate","enunciation",
+            "envelop","envenom","enviable","envious","environed",
+            "environment","environmental","environmentalist","environs","envisage",
+            "envoi","envoy","envy","enzyme","eon",
+            "epaulet","epaulette","ephemeral","epic","epicenter",
+            "epicentre","epicure","epicurean","epidemic","epidermis",
+            "epidiascope","epiglottis","epigram","epigrammatic","epilepsy",
+            "epileptic","epilogue","epiphany","episcopacy","episcopal",
+            "episcopalian","episode","episodic","epistle","epistolary",
+            "epitaph","epithet","epitome","epitomise","epitomize",
+            "epoch","eponymous","equability","equable","equal",
+            "equalise","equalitarian","equality","equalize","equally",
+            "equanimity","equate","equation","equator","equatorial",
+            "equerry","equestrian","equidistant","equilateral","equilibrium",
+            "equine","equinoctial","equinox","equip","equipage",
+            "equipment","equipoise","equitable","equitation","equities",
+            "equity","equivalence","equivalent","equivocal","equivocate",
+            "equivocation","era","eradicate","eradicator","erase",
+            "eraser","erasure","ere","erect","erectile",
+            "erection","eremite","erg","ergo","ergonomics",
+            "ermine","erode","erogenous","erosion","erotic",
+            "erotica","eroticism","err","errand","errant",
+            "erratic","erratum","erroneous","error","ersatz",
+            "erse","eructation","erudite","erupt","eruption",
+            "erysipelas","escalate","escalator","escalope","escapade",
+            "escape","escapee","escapement","escapism","escapology",
+            "escarpment","eschatology","eschew","escort","escritoire",
+            "escutcheon","eskimo","esophagus","esoteric","esp",
+            "espalier","especial","especially","esperanto","espionage",
+            "esplanade","espousal","espouse","espresso","espy",
+            "essay","essence","essential","essentially","establish",
+            "establishment","estaminet","estate","esteem","esthete",
+            "esthetic","esthetics","estimable","estimate","estimation",
+            "estimator","estrange","estrangement","estrogen","estuary",
+            "etch","etching","eternal","eternity","ether",
+            "ethereal","ethic","ethical","ethically","ethics",
+            "ethnic","ethnically","ethnographer","ethnography","ethnologist",
+            "ethnology","ethos","ethyl","etiolate","etiology",
+            "etiquette","etymologist","etymology","eucalyptus","eucharist",
+            "euclidean","euclidian","eugenic","eugenics","eulogise",
+            "eulogist","eulogistic","eulogize","eulogy","eunuch",
+            "euphemism","euphemistic","euphonious","euphonium","euphony",
+            "euphoria","euphuism","eurasian","eureka","eurhythmic",
+            "eurhythmics","eurocrat","eurodollar","eurythmic","eurythmics",
+            "euthanasia","evacuate","evacuee","evade","evaluate",
+            "evanescent","evangelic","evangelical","evangelise","evangelist",
+            "evangelize","evaporate","evasion","evasive","eve",
+            "even","evening","evenings","evens","evensong",
+            "event","eventful","eventide","eventual","eventuality",
+            "eventually","eventuate","ever","evergreen","everlasting",
+            "everlastingly","evermore","every","everybody","everyday",
+            "everything","everywhere","evict","evidence","evident",
+            "evidently","evil","evildoer","evince","eviscerate",
+            "evocative","evoke","evolution","evolutionary","evolve",
+            "ewe","ewer","exacerbate","exact","exacting",
+            "exaction","exactly","exaggerate","exaggeration","exalt",
+            "exaltation","exalted","exam","examination","examine",
+            "example","exasperate","exasperation","excavate","excavation",
+            "excavator","exceed","exceedingly","excel","excellence",
+            "excellency","excellent","excelsior","except","excepted",
+            "excepting","exception","exceptionable","exceptional","excerpt",
+            "excess","excesses","excessive","exchange","exchequer",
+            "excise","excision","excitable","excite","excited",
+            "excitement","exciting","exclaim","exclamation","exclamatory",
+            "exclude","excluding","exclusion","exclusive","exclusively",
+            "excogitate","excommunicate","excommunication","excoriate","excrement",
+            "excrescence","excreta","excrete","excretion","excruciating",
+            "exculpate","excursion","excursionist","excusable","excuse",
+            "execrable","execrate","executant","execute","execution",
+            "executioner","executive","executor","exegesis","exemplary",
+            "exemplification","exemplify","exempt","exemption","exercise",
+            "exercises","exert","exertion","exeunt","exhalation",
+            "exhale","exhaust","exhaustion","exhaustive","exhibit",
+            "exhibition","exhibitionism","exhibitor","exhilarate","exhilarating",
+            "exhort","exhortation","exhume","exigency","exigent",
+            "exiguous","exile","exist","existence","existent",
+            "existential","existentialism","existing","exit","exodus",
+            "exogamy","exonerate","exorbitant","exorcise","exorcism",
+            "exorcist","exorcize","exotic","expand","expanse",
+            "expansion","expansive","expatiate","expatriate","expect",
+            "expectancy","expectant","expectation","expectations","expectorate",
+            "expediency","expedient","expedite","expedition","expeditionary",
+            "expeditious","expel","expend","expendable","expenditure",
+            "expense","expenses","expensive","experience","experienced",
+            "experiment","experimental","experimentation","expert","expertise",
+            "expiate","expiration","expire","explain","explanation",
+            "explanatory","expletive","explicable","explicate","explicit",
+            "explode","exploded","exploit","exploration","exploratory",
+            "explore","explosion","explosive","expo","exponent",
+            "exponential","export","exportation","exporter","expose",
+            "exposition","expostulate","exposure","expound","express",
+            "expression","expressionism","expressionless","expressive","expressly",
+            "expressway","expropriate","expulsion","expunge","expurgate",
+            "exquisite","extant","extemporaneous","extempore","extemporise",
+            "extemporize","extend","extension","extensive","extent",
+            "extenuate","extenuation","exterior","exteriorise","exteriorize",
+            "exterminate","external","externalise","externalize","externally",
+            "externals","exterritorial","extinct","extinction","extinguish",
+            "extinguisher","extirpate","extol","extort","extortion",
+            "extortionate","extortions","extra","extract","extraction",
+            "extracurricular","extraditable","extradite","extrajudicial","extramarital",
+            "extramural","extraneous","extraordinarily","extraordinary","extrapolate",
+            "extraterrestrial","extraterritorial","extravagance","extravagant","extravaganza",
+            "extravert","extreme","extremely","extremism","extremities",
+            "extremity","extricate","extrinsic","extrovert","extrude",
+            "exuberance","exuberant","exude","exult","exultant",
+            "exultation","eye","eyeball","eyebrow","eyecup",
+            "eyeful","eyeglass","eyeglasses","eyelash","eyelet",
+            "eyelid","eyeliner","eyepiece","eyes","eyeshot",
+            "eyesight","eyesore","eyestrain","eyetooth","eyewash",
+            "eyewitness","eyot","eyrie","eyry","fabian",
+            "fable","fabled","fabric","fabricate","fabrication",
+            "fabulous","fabulously","face","facecloth","faceless",
+            "facet","facetious","facial","facile","facilitate",
+            "facilities","facility","facing","facings","facsimile",
+            "fact","faction","factious","factitious","factor",
+            "factorial","factorise","factorize","factory","factotum",
+            "factual","faculty","fad","fade","faeces",
+            "faerie","faery","fag","fagged","faggot",
+            "fagot","fahrenheit","faience","fail","failing",
+            "failure","fain","faint","fair","fairground",
+            "fairly","fairway","fairy","fairyland","faith",
+            "faithful","faithfully","faithless","fake","fakir",
+            "falcon","falconer","falconry","fall","fallacious",
+            "fallacy","fallen","fallible","fallout","fallow",
+            "falls","false","falsehood","falsetto","falsies",
+            "falsify","falsity","falter","fame","famed",
+            "familial","familiar","familiarise","familiarity","familiarize",
+            "familiarly","family","famine","famish","famished",
+            "famous","famously","fan","fanatic","fanaticism",
+            "fancier","fancies","fanciful","fancy","fancywork",
+            "fandango","fanfare","fang","fanlight","fanny",
+            "fantasia","fantastic","fantasy","far","faraway",
+            "farce","fare","farewell","farfetched","farinaceous",
+            "farm","farmer","farmhand","farmhouse","farming",
+            "farmyard","farrago","farrier","farrow","farsighted",
+            "fart","farther","farthest","farthing","fascia",
+            "fascinate","fascinating","fascination","fascism","fascist",
+            "fashion","fashionable","fast","fasten","fastener",
+            "fastening","fastidious","fastness","fat","fatal",
+            "fatalism","fatalist","fatality","fatally","fate",
+            "fated","fateful","fates","fathead","father",
+            "fatherhood","fatherly","fathom","fathomless","fatigue",
+            "fatigues","fatless","fatted","fatten","fatty",
+            "fatuity","fatuous","faucet","fault","faultfinding",
+            "faultless","faulty","faun","fauna","favor",
+            "favorable","favored","favorite","favoritism","favour",
+            "favourable","favoured","favourite","favouritism","favours",
+            "fawn","fay","faze","fbi","fealty",
+            "fear","fearful","fearless","fearsome","feasible",
+            "feast","feat","feather","featherbed","featherbrained",
+            "featherweight","feathery","feature","featureless","features",
+            "febrile","february","feces","feckless","fecund",
+            "fed","federal","federalism","federalist","federate",
+            "federation","fee","feeble","feebleminded","feed",
+            "feedback","feedbag","feeder","feel","feeler",
+            "feeling","feelings","feet","feign","feint",
+            "feldspar","felicitate","felicitous","felicity","feline",
+            "fell","fellah","fellatio","fellow","fellowship",
+            "felon","felony","felspar","felt","felucca",
+            "fem","female","feminine","femininity","feminism",
+            "feminist","femur","fen","fence","fencer",
+            "fencing","fend","fender","fennel","feoff",
+            "feral","ferment","fermentation","fern","ferocious",
+            "ferocity","ferret","ferroconcrete","ferrous","ferrule",
+            "ferry","ferryboat","ferryman","fertile","fertilise",
+            "fertility","fertilize","fertilizer","ferule","fervent",
+            "fervid","fervor","fervour","festal","fester",
+            "festival","festive","festivity","festoon","fetal",
+            "fetch","fetching","fete","fetid","fetish",
+            "fetishism","fetishist","fetlock","fetter","fettle",
+            "fetus","feud","feudal","feudalism","feudatory",
+            "fever","fevered","feverish","feverishly","few",
+            "fey","fez","fiasco","fiat","fib",
+            "fiber","fiberboard","fiberglass","fibre","fibreboard",
+            "fibreglass","fibrositis","fibrous","fibula","fichu",
+            "fickle","fiction","fictional","fictionalisation","fictionalization",
+            "fictitious","fiddle","fiddler","fiddlesticks","fiddling",
+            "fidelity","fidget","fidgets","fidgety","fie",
+            "fief","field","fielder","fieldwork","fiend",
+            "fiendish","fiendishly","fierce","fiery","fiesta",
+            "fife","fifteen","fifth","fifty","fig",
+            "fight","fighter","figment","figurative","figure",
+            "figured","figurehead","figures","figurine","filament",
+            "filbert","filch","file","filet","filial",
+            "filibuster","filigree","filings","fill","filler",
+            "fillet","filling","fillip","filly","film",
+            "filmable","filmstrip","filmy","filter","filth",
+            "filthy","fin","finable","final","finale",
+            "finalise","finalist","finality","finalize","finally",
+            "finance","finances","financial","financially","financier",
+            "finch","find","finder","finding","fine",
+            "fineable","finely","finery","finesse","finger",
+            "fingerboard","fingering","fingernail","fingerplate","fingerpost",
+            "fingerprint","fingerstall","fingertip","finicky","finis",
+            "finish","finished","finite","fink","fiord",
+            "fir","fire","firearm","fireball","firebomb",
+            "firebox","firebrand","firebreak","firebrick","firebug",
+            "fireclay","firecracker","firedamp","firedog","firefly",
+            "fireguard","firelight","firelighter","fireman","fireplace",
+            "firepower","fireproof","fireside","firestorm","firetrap",
+            "firewalking","firewatcher","firewater","firewood","firework",
+            "fireworks","firkin","firm","firmament","first",
+            "firstborn","firstfruits","firsthand","firstly","firth",
+            "firtree","fiscal","fish","fishcake","fisherman",
+            "fishery","fishing","fishmonger","fishplate","fishwife",
+            "fishy","fissile","fission","fissionable","fissure",
+            "fist","fisticuffs","fistula","fit","fitful",
+            "fitment","fitness","fitted","fitter","fitting",
+            "five","fiver","fives","fix","fixation",
+            "fixative","fixed","fixedly","fixity","fixture",
+            "fizz","fizzle","fizzy","fjord","flabbergast",
+            "flabby","flaccid","flag","flagellant","flagellate",
+            "flageolet","flagon","flagpole","flagrancy","flagrant",
+            "flagship","flagstaff","flagstone","flail","flair",
+            "flak","flake","flaky","flambeau","flamboyant",
+            "flame","flamenco","flaming","flamingo","flammable",
+            "flan","flange","flank","flannel","flannelette",
+            "flannels","flap","flapjack","flapper","flare",
+            "flared","flares","flash","flashback","flashbulb",
+            "flashcube","flasher","flashgun","flashlight","flashy",
+            "flask","flat","flatcar","flatfish","flatfoot",
+            "flatiron","flatlet","flatly","flatten","flatter",
+            "flattery","flattop","flatulence","flaunt","flautist",
+            "flavor","flavoring","flavour","flavouring","flaw",
+            "flawless","flax","flaxen","flay","flea",
+            "fleabag","fleabite","fleapit","fleck","fledged",
+            "fledgling","flee","fleece","fleecy","fleet",
+            "fleeting","flesh","fleshings","fleshly","fleshpot",
+            "fleshy","flew","flex","flexible","flibbertigibbet",
+            "flick","flicker","flicks","flier","flies",
+            "flight","flightless","flighty","flimsy","flinch",
+            "fling","flint","flintlock","flinty","flip",
+            "flippancy","flippant","flipper","flipping","flirt",
+            "flirtation","flirtatious","flit","flitch","flivver",
+            "float","floatation","floating","flock","floe",
+            "flog","flogging","flood","floodgate","floodlight",
+            "floor","floorboard","flooring","floorwalker","floosy",
+            "floozy","flop","floppy","flora","floral",
+            "floriculture","florid","florin","florist","floss",
+            "flotation","flotilla","flounce","flounder","flour",
+            "flourish","flourmill","floury","flout","flow",
+            "flower","flowerbed","flowered","flowering","flowerless",
+            "flowerpot","flowery","flowing","flown","flu",
+            "fluctuate","flue","fluency","fluent","fluff",
+            "fluffy","fluid","fluidity","fluke","flukey",
+            "fluky","flume","flummery","flummox","flung",
+            "flunk","flunkey","flunky","fluorescent","fluoridate",
+            "fluoride","fluorine","flurry","flush","flushed",
+            "fluster","flute","fluting","flutist","flutter",
+            "fluvial","flux","fly","flyaway","flyblown",
+            "flyby","flycatcher","flyer","flying","flyleaf",
+            "flyover","flypaper","flypast","flysheet","flyswatter",
+            "flytrap","flyweight","flywheel","flywhisk","foal",
+            "foam","fob","focal","focus","fodder",
+            "foe","foeman","foetal","foetus","fog",
+            "fogbank","fogbound","fogey","foggy","foghorn",
+            "fogy","foible","foil","foist","fold",
+            "foldaway","folder","foliage","folio","folk",
+            "folklore","folklorist","folks","folksy","folktale",
+            "folkway","follicle","follow","follower","following",
+            "folly","foment","fomentation","fond","fondant",
+            "fondle","fondly","fondu","fondue","font",
+            "food","foodstuff","fool","foolery","foolhardy",
+            "foolish","foolproof","foolscap","foot","footage",
+            "football","footbath","footboard","footbridge","footer",
+            "footfall","foothill","foothold","footing","footle",
+            "footlights","footling","footloose","footman","footnote",
+            "footpad","footpath","footplate","footprint","footrace",
+            "footsie","footslog","footsore","footstep","footstool",
+            "footsure","footwear","footwork","fop","foppish",
+            "for","forage","foray","forbear","forbearance",
+            "forbearing","forbid","forbidden","forbidding","force",
+            "forced","forceful","forcemeat","forceps","forces",
+            "forcible","forcibly","ford","fore","forearm",
+            "forebode","foreboding","forecast","forecastle","foreclose",
+            "foreclosure","forecourt","foredoomed","forefather","forefinger",
+            "forefoot","forefront","forego","foregoing","foreground",
+            "forehand","forehead","foreign","foreigner","foreknowledge",
+            "foreland","foreleg","forelock","foreman","foremost",
+            "forename","forenoon","forensic","foreordain","forepart",
+            "foreplay","forerunner","foresail","foresee","foreseeable",
+            "foreshadow","foreshore","foreshorten","foresight","foreskin",
+            "forest","forestall","forester","forestry","foreswear",
+            "foretaste","foretell","forethought","forever","forewarn",
+            "forewent","forewoman","foreword","forfeit","forfeiture",
+            "forgather","forgave","forge","forger","forgery",
+            "forget","forgetful","forging","forgivable","forgive",
+            "forgiveable","forgiveness","forgiving","forgo","fork",
+            "forked","forkful","forklift","forlorn","form",
+            "formal","formaldehyde","formalin","formalise","formalism",
+            "formality","formalize","format","formation","formative",
+            "formbook","former","formerly","formica","formidable",
+            "formless","formula","formulaic","formulate","formulation",
+            "fornicate","fornication","forrader","forsake","forsooth",
+            "forswear","forsythia","fort","forte","forth",
+            "forthcoming","forthright","forthwith","fortieth","fortification",
+            "fortify","fortissimo","fortitude","fortnight","fortnightly",
+            "fortress","fortuitous","fortunate","fortunately","fortune",
+            "forty","forum","forward","forwarding","forwardly",
+            "forwardness","forwent","foss","fosse","fossil",
+            "fossilise","fossilize","foster","fought","foul",
+            "found","foundation","foundations","founder","foundling",
+            "foundry","fount","fountain","fountainhead","four",
+            "foureyes","fourpenny","fours","foursquare","fourteen",
+            "fourth","fowl","fox","foxglove","foxhole",
+            "foxhound","foxhunt","foxtrot","foxy","foyer",
+            "fracas","fraction","fractional","fractionally","fractious",
+            "fracture","fragile","fragment","fragmentary","fragmentation",
+            "fragrance","fragrant","frail","frailty","frame",
+            "frames","framework","franc","franchise","franciscan",
+            "frank","frankfurter","frankincense","franklin","frankly",
+            "frantic","fraternal","fraternise","fraternity","fraternize",
+            "fratricide","frau","fraud","fraudulence","fraudulent",
+            "fraught","fraulein","fray","frazzle","freak",
+            "freakish","freckle","free","freebee","freebie",
+            "freeboard","freebooter","freeborn","freedman","freedom",
+            "freehand","freehanded","freehold","freeholder","freelance",
+            "freeload","freely","freeman","freemason","freemasonry",
+            "freepost","freesia","freestanding","freestone","freestyle",
+            "freethinker","freeway","freewheel","freewheeling","freewill",
+            "freeze","freezer","freezing","freight","freighter",
+            "freightliner","frenchman","frenetic","frenzied","frenzy",
+            "frequency","frequent","fresco","fresh","freshen",
+            "fresher","freshet","freshly","freshwater","fret",
+            "fretful","fretsaw","fretwork","freudian","friable",
+            "friar","friary","fricassee","fricative","friction",
+            "friday","fridge","friend","friendless","friendly",
+            "friends","friendship","frier","frieze","frig",
+            "frigate","frigging","fright","frighten","frightened",
+            "frightful","frightfully","frigid","frigidity","frill",
+            "frilled","frills","frilly","fringe","frippery",
+            "frisbee","frisian","frisk","frisky","frisson",
+            "fritter","frivolity","frivolous","frizz","frizzle",
+            "frizzy","fro","frock","frog","frogged",
+            "frogman","frogmarch","frogspawn","frolic","frolicsome",
+            "from","frond","front","frontage","frontal",
+            "frontbench","frontier","frontiersman","frontispiece","frost",
+            "frostbite","frostbitten","frostbound","frosting","frosty",
+            "froth","frothy","frown","frowst","frowsty",
+            "frowsy","frowzy","froze","frozen","frs",
+            "fructification","fructify","frugal","frugality","fruit",
+            "fruitcake","fruiterer","fruitful","fruition","fruitless",
+            "fruits","fruity","frump","frustrate","frustration",
+            "fry","fryer","fuchsia","fuck","fucker",
+            "fucking","fuddle","fudge","fuehrer","fuel",
+            "fug","fugitive","fugue","fuhrer","fulcrum",
+            "fulfil","fulfill","fulfillment","fulfilment","full",
+            "fullback","fuller","fully","fulmar","fulminate",
+            "fulmination","fulness","fulsome","fumble","fume",
+            "fumes","fumigate","fun","function","functional",
+            "functionalism","functionalist","functionary","fund","fundamental",
+            "fundamentalism","fundamentally","funds","funeral","funerary",
+            "funereal","funfair","fungicide","fungoid","fungous",
+            "fungus","funicular","funk","funky","funnel",
+            "funnies","funnily","funny","fur","furbelow",
+            "furbish","furious","furiously","furl","furlong",
+            "furlough","furnace","furnish","furnishings","furniture",
+            "furore","furrier","furrow","furry","further",
+            "furtherance","furthermore","furthermost","furthest","furtive",
+            "fury","furze","fuse","fused","fuselage",
+            "fusilier","fusillade","fusion","fuss","fusspot",
+            "fussy","fustian","fusty","futile","futility",
+            "future","futureless","futures","futurism","futuristic",
+            "futurity","fuzz","fuzzy","gab","gabardine",
+            "gabble","gaberdine","gable","gabled","gad",
+            "gadabout","gadfly","gadget","gadgetry","gaelic",
+            "gaff","gaffe","gaffer","gag","gaga",
+            "gaggle","gaiety","gaily","gain","gainful",
+            "gainfully","gainsay","gait","gaiter","gal",
+            "gala","galactic","galantine","galaxy","gale",
+            "gall","gallant","gallantry","galleon","gallery",
+            "galley","gallic","gallicism","gallivant","gallon",
+            "gallop","galloping","gallows","gallstone","galore",
+            "galosh","galumph","galvanic","galvanise","galvanism",
+            "galvanize","gambit","gamble","gamboge","gambol",
+            "game","gamecock","gamekeeper","games","gamesmanship",
+            "gamey","gamma","gammon","gammy","gamp",
+            "gamut","gamy","gander","gang","ganger",
+            "gangling","ganglion","gangplank","gangrene","gangster",
+            "gangway","gannet","gantry","gaol","gaolbird",
+            "gaoler","gap","gape","gapes","garage",
+            "garb","garbage","garble","garden","gardenia",
+            "gardening","gargantuan","gargle","gargoyle","garish",
+            "garland","garlic","garment","garner","garnet",
+            "garnish","garret","garrison","garrote","garrotte",
+            "garrulity","garrulous","garter","gas","gasbag",
+            "gaseous","gash","gasholder","gasify","gasket",
+            "gaslight","gasman","gasolene","gasoline","gasp",
+            "gassy","gastric","gastritis","gastroenteritis","gastronomy",
+            "gasworks","gat","gate","gatecrash","gatehouse",
+            "gatekeeper","gatepost","gateway","gather","gathering",
+            "gauche","gaucherie","gaucho","gaudy","gauge",
+            "gaunt","gauntlet","gauze","gave","gavel",
+            "gavotte","gawk","gawky","gawp","gay",
+            "gayness","gaze","gazebo","gazelle","gazette",
+            "gazetteer","gazump","gce","gear","gearbox",
+            "gecko","gee","geese","geezer","geisha",
+            "gel","gelatine","gelatinous","geld","gelding",
+            "gelignite","gem","gemini","gen","gendarme",
+            "gender","gene","genealogist","genealogy","genera",
+            "general","generalisation","generalise","generalissimo","generality",
+            "generalization","generalize","generally","generate","generation",
+            "generative","generator","generic","generous","genesis",
+            "genetic","geneticist","genetics","genial","geniality",
+            "genie","genital","genitals","genitive","genius",
+            "genocide","genre","gent","genteel","gentian",
+            "gentile","gentility","gentle","gentlefolk","gentleman",
+            "gentlemanly","gentlewoman","gently","gentry","gents",
+            "genuflect","genuine","genus","geocentric","geographer",
+            "geography","geologist","geology","geometric","geometry",
+            "geophysics","geopolitics","georgette","geranium","geriatric",
+            "geriatrician","geriatrics","germ","germane","germanic",
+            "germicide","germinal","germinate","gerontology","gerrymander",
+            "gerund","gestalt","gestapo","gestation","gesticulate",
+            "gesture","get","getaway","getup","geum",
+            "gewgaw","geyser","gharry","ghastly","ghat",
+            "ghaut","ghee","gherkin","ghetto","ghi",
+            "ghost","ghostly","ghoul","ghoulish","ghq",
+            "ghyll","giant","giantess","gibber","gibberish",
+            "gibbet","gibbon","gibbous","gibe","giblets",
+            "giddy","gift","gifted","gig","gigantic",
+            "giggle","gigolo","gild","gilded","gilding",
+            "gill","gillie","gilly","gilt","gimcrack",
+            "gimlet","gimmick","gimmicky","gin","ginger",
+            "gingerbread","gingerly","gingham","gingivitis","gingko",
+            "ginkgo","ginseng","gipsy","giraffe","gird",
+            "girder","girdle","girl","girlfriend","girlhood",
+            "girlie","girlish","girly","giro","girt",
+            "girth","gist","give","giveaway","given",
+            "gizzard","glacial","glacier","glad","gladden",
+            "glade","gladiator","gladiolus","gladly","glamor",
+            "glamorise","glamorize","glamorous","glamour","glamourous",
+            "glance","glancing","gland","glandular","glare",
+            "glaring","glass","glassblower","glasscutter","glasses",
+            "glasshouse","glassware","glassworks","glassy","glaucoma",
+            "glaucous","glaze","glazier","glazing","glc",
+            "gleam","glean","gleaner","gleanings","glebe",
+            "glee","gleeful","glen","glengarry","glib",
+            "glide","glider","gliding","glimmer","glimmerings",
+            "glimpse","glint","glissade","glissando","glisten",
+            "glister","glitter","glittering","gloaming","gloat",
+            "global","globe","globefish","globetrotter","globular",
+            "globule","glockenspiel","gloom","gloomy","gloria",
+            "glorification","glorify","glorious","glory","gloss",
+            "glossary","glossy","glottal","glottis","glove",
+            "glow","glower","glowing","glucose","glue",
+            "gluey","glum","glut","gluten","glutinous",
+            "glutton","gluttonous","gluttony","glycerin","glycerine",
+            "gnarled","gnash","gnat","gnaw","gnawing",
+            "gneiss","gnocchi","gnome","gnp","gnu",
+            "goad","goal","goalkeeper","goalmouth","goalpost",
+            "goat","goatee","goatherd","goatskin","gob",
+            "gobbet","gobble","gobbledegook","gobbledygook","gobbler",
+            "goblet","goblin","god","godchild","goddam",
+            "goddamn","goddie","godforsaken","godhead","godless",
+            "godlike","godly","godown","godparent","gods",
+            "godsend","godspeed","goer","goggle","goggles",
+            "goings","goiter","goitre","gold","goldbeater",
+            "golden","goldfield","goldfinch","goldfish","goldmine",
+            "goldsmith","golf","goliath","golliwog","golly",
+            "gollywog","gonad","gondola","gondolier","gone",
+            "goner","gong","gonna","gonorrhea","gonorrhoea",
+            "goo","good","goodbye","goodish","goodly",
+            "goodness","goodnight","goods","goodwill","goody",
+            "gooey","goof","goofy","googly","goon",
+            "goose","gooseberry","gooseflesh","goosestep","gopher",
+            "gore","gorge","gorgeous","gorgon","gorgonzola",
+            "gorilla","gormandise","gormandize","gormless","gorse",
+            "gory","gosh","gosling","gospel","gossamer",
+            "gossip","gossipy","got","gothic","gotta",
+            "gotten","gouache","gouda","gouge","goulash",
+            "gourd","gourmand","gourmet","gout","gouty",
+            "govern","governance","governess","governing","government",
+            "governor","gown","gpo","grab","grace",
+            "graceful","graceless","graces","gracious","gradation",
+            "grade","gradient","gradual","graduate","graduation",
+            "graffiti","graft","grafter","grail","grain",
+            "gram","grammar","grammarian","grammatical","gramme",
+            "gramophone","grampus","gran","granary","grand",
+            "grandad","grandchild","granddad","granddaughter","grandee",
+            "grandeur","grandfather","grandiloquent","grandiose","grandma",
+            "grandmother","grandpa","grandparent","grandson","grandstand",
+            "grange","granite","grannie","granny","grant",
+        };
     }
 }
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