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Spell check of felt

Correct spelling: felt

tricot, flannel, matte up, skimmed, perceived, tulle, beaver, satin, silk, chenille, broadcloth, cheesecloth, duffel, camelhair, angora, fabric, cambric, cashmere, palmed, brocade, plaid, tweed, baize, fingered, snarl, oilcloth, matting, entangle, lame, linen, Celanese, manipulated, worsted, stroked, rayon, handled, brushed, challis, velvet, twill, sateen, Orlon, net, bearskin, batik, wool, caressed, paisley, ermine, muslin, kissed, suede, rubbed, calico, gossamer, tarpaulin, felt up, sharkskin, astrakhan, velour, gingham, touched, Jersey, grenadine, fumbled, quilting, canvas, damask, undergone, serge, denim, detected, grazed, coonskin, Acrilan, cotton, underwent, sensed, Dacron, contacted, moleskin, palpated, experienced, chiffon, nylon, taffeta, fleece, mat, sacking sailcloth, matte, twiddled, crinoline, mohair, longcloth, percale, burlap, mat up, corduroy, alpaca, pawed, crepe, madras, responded, tangle, horsehair, plied, chinchilla, foulard, seersucker, groped, probed, chintz, herringbone, bunting, matt-up, gabardine.

Examples of usage:

1) I never felt like that before in my life. - "The Mermaid of Druid Lake and Other Stories", Charles Weathers Bump.

2) He felt it was God's work He was on earth to do. - "The Expositor's Bible: The Gospel of St. John, Vol. I", Marcus Dods.

3) Of that Jane felt sure. - "Jane Oglander", Marie Belloc Lowndes.