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Section 6: Words Starting with F. face. f . a . c . e . face. face means the
front of the human head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear. I wish I had seen
the look on his face when he got the news. facility. f . a . c . i . l . i . t . y . facility.
facility means a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular
industry. The assembly plant is an enormous facility.
fact. f . a . c . t . fact. fact means a piece of information about circumstances that exist
or events that have occurred. First you must collect all the facts of the case.
factor. f . a . c . t . o . r . factor. factor means anything that contributes causally to
a result. A number of factors determined the outcome.
factory. f . a . c . t . o . r . y . factory. factory means a plant consisting of one or
more buildings with facilities for manufacturing. He owned furniture factories in Japan.
fail. f . a . i . l . fail. fail means fail to do something; leave something undone. She
failed to notice that her child was no longer in his crib.
failure. f . a . i . l . u . r . e . failure. failure means an act that fails. His failure
to pass the test. faint. f . a . i . n . t . faint. faint means
deficient in magnitude; barely perceptible; lacking clarity or brightness or loudness
etc. The faint light of a distant candle. faintly. f . a . i . n . t . l . y . faintly.
faintly means to a faint degree or weakly perceived. Between him and the dim light a
form was outlined faintly. fair. f . a . i . r . fair. fair means free
from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; or conforming with established
standards or rules. A fair referee. fairly. f . a . i . r . l . y . fairly. fairly
means to a moderately sufficient extent or degree. He is fairly clever with computers.
unfair. u . n . f . a . i . r . unfair. unfair means not fair; marked by injustice or partiality
or deception. It was an unfair trial. unfairly. u . n . f . a . i . r . l . y . unfairly.
unfairly means in an unfair manner. They dealt with him unfairly.
faith. f . a . i . t . h . faith. faith means a strong belief in a supernatural power or
powers that control human destiny. He lost his faith but not his morality.
faithful. f . a . i . t . h . f . u . l . faithful. faithful means steadfast in affection or allegiance.
We do not doubt that England has a faithful patriot in the Lord Chancellor.
faithfully. f . a . i . t . h . f . u . l . l . y . faithfully. faithfully means in
a faithful manner. It always came on, faithfully, like the radio.
fall. f . a . l . l . fall. fall means descend in free fall under the influence of gravity
or the season when the leaves fall from the trees. The unfortunate hiker fell into a crevasse.
fall over. fall over. fall over means fall forward and down. The old woman fell over
without a sound. false. f . a . l . s . e . false. false means
not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality. Gave false testimony under oath.
fame. f . a . m . e . fame. fame means the state or quality of being widely honored and
acclaimed. She went to Hollywood in search of fame and fortune.
familiar. f . a . m . i . l . i . a . r . familiar. familiar means well known or easily recognized.
Familiar guests. family. f . a . m . i . l . y . family. family
means a social unit living together. I waited until the whole family was asleep.
famous. f . a . m . o . u . s . famous. famous means widely known and esteemed. A famous
actor. fan. f . a . n . fan. fan means an enthusiastic
devotee of sports. Crowds of football fans. fancy. f . a . n . c . y . fancy. fancy means
imagine; conceive of; see in one's mind. I can fancy a risk in this strategy.
far. f . a . r . far. far means at a great distance in time or space or degree. We come
from a far country. further. f . u . r . t . h . e . r . further.
further means more distant in especially degree. Nothing could be further from the truth.
farm. f . a . r . m . farm. farm means workplace consisting of farm buildings and cultivated
land as a unit. It takes several people to work the farm.
farming. f . a . r . m . i . n . g . farming. farming means the practice of cultivating
the land or raising stock. Farming is a strenuous life.
farmer. f . a . r . m . e . r . farmer. farmer means a person who operates a farm. His father
is the best farmer in the village. farther. f . a . r . t . h . e . r . farther.
farther means more distant in especially space or time. They live in the farther house.
fashion. f . a . s . h . i . o . n . fashion. fashion means how something is done or how
it happens. In the characteristic New York fashion.
fashionable. f . a . s . h . i . o . n . a . b . l . e . fashionable. fashionable means
being or in accordance with current social fashions. The fashionable side of town.
fast. f . a . s . t . fast. fast means acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly.
On the fast track in school. fasten. f . a . s . t . e . n . fasten. fasten
means cause to be firmly attached. Fasten the lock onto the door.
fat. f . a . t . fat. fat means having much flesh (especially fat). He hadn't remembered
how fat she was. father. f . a . t . h . e . r . father. father
means a male parent (also used as a term of address to your father). His father was born
in Atlanta. fault. f . a . u . l . t . fault. fault means
responsibility for a bad situation or event. It was John's fault.
favor. f . a . v . o . r . favor. favor means an advantage to the benefit of someone or
something. The outcome was in his favor. in favor. in favor. in favor means favoring
a proposition, opinion. I rejected him in favour of George.
favorite. f . a . v . o . r . i . t . e . favorite. favorite means something regarded with special
favor or liking. That book is one of my favorites. fear.f . e . a . r . fear.fearmeansan emotion
experienced in anticipation of some specific pain or danger.Her eyes showed no fear.
feather. f . e . a . t . h . e . r . feather. feather means the light horny waterproof structure
forming the external covering of birds. A peacock feather.
feature. f . e . a . t . u . r . e . feature. feature means a prominent aspect of something.
The map showed roads and other features. february. f . e . b . r . u . a . r . y . february.
february means the month following January and preceding March. We can do it in February.
federal. f . e . d . e . r . a . l . federal. federal means national; especially in reference
to the government of the United States as distinct from that of its member units. The
federal highway program. fee. f . e . e . fee. fee means a fixed charge
for a privilege or for professional services. Does the bank charge a fee for setting up
the account? feed. f . e . e . d . feed. feed means provide
as food. Feed the guests the nuts. feel. f . e . e . l . feel. feel means undergo
an emotional sensation. She felt resentful. feeling. f . e . e . l . i . n . g . feeling.
feeling means the experiencing of effective and emotional states. He had terrible feelings
of guilt. fellow. f . e . l . l . o . w . fellow. fellow
means a boy or man. There's a fellow at the door.
female. f . e . m . a . l . e . female. female means being the sex (of plant or animal) that
produces fertilizable gametes (ova) from which offspring develop. Female holly trees bear
the berries. fence. f . e . n . c . e . fence. fence means
a barrier that serves to enclose an area. Old farmhouses and fenced gardens.
festival. f . e . s . t . i . v . a . l . festival. festival means a day or period of time set
aside for feasting and celebration. The Edinburgh festival.
fever. f . e . v . e . r . fever. fever means a rise in the temperature of the body; frequently
a symptom of infection. In a fever of resentment. few. f . e . w . few. few means a quantifier
that can be used with count nouns; a small but indefinite number. An invalid's pleasures
are few and far between. a few. a few. a few means more than one but
indefinitely small in number. A few roses. field. f . i . e . l . d . field. field means
a piece of land cleared of trees and usually enclosed. He planted a field of wheat.
fight. f . i . g . h . t . fight. fight means be engaged in a fight; carry on a fight. Militant
groups are fighting for control of the country. fighting. f . i . g . h . t . i . n . g . fighting.
fighting means the act of fighting; any contest or struggle. Fighting broke out in the crowds.
figure. f . i . g . u . r . e . figure. figure means a diagram or picture illustrating textual
material. The area covered can be seen from Figure 2.
file. f . i . l . e . file. file means a set of related records (either written or electronic)
kept together. A stack of files awaited me on my desk.
fill. f . i . l . l . fill. fill means make full, also in a metaphorical sense. Fill the
child with pride. film. f . i . l . m . film. film means a form
of entertainment that enacts a story by a sequence of images giving the illusion of
continuous movement. The film was shot on location.
final. f . i . n . a . l . final. final means occurring at or forming an end or termination.
His final words came as a surprise. finally. f . i . n . a . l . l . y . finally.
finally means after a long period of time or an especially long delay. Finally they
arrived. finance. f . i . n . a . n . c . e . finance.
finance means the commercial activity of providing funds and capital. A diploma in banking and
finance. financial. f . i . n . a . n . c . i . a . l
. financial. financial means involving financial matters. Financial responsibility.
find. f . i . n . d . find. find means come upon, as if by accident; meet with. We find
this idea in Plato. find out something. find out something. find
out something means establish after a calculation, investigation, experiment, survey, or study.
Find out if he speaks Russian. fine. f . i . n . e . fine. fine means being
satisfactory or in satisfactory condition. The passengers were shaken up but are fine.
finely. f . i . n . e . l . y . finely. finely means in tiny pieces. The surfaces were finely
granular. finger. f . i . n . g . e . r . finger. finger
means any of the terminal members of the hand (sometimes excepting the thumb). Her fingers
were long and thin. finish. f . i . n . i . s . h . finish. finish
means come or bring to a finish or an end. The fastest runner finished the race in just
over 2 hours. Others finished in over 4 hours. finished. f . i . n . i . s . h . e . d . finished.
finished means brought to the desired final state. A finished product.
fire. f . i . r . e . fire. fire means the event of something burning. They lost everything
in the fire. set fire. set fire. set fire means to arouse
or excite. The thief set fire to the building. firm. f . i . r . m . firm. firm means the
members of a business organization that owns or operates one or more establishments. He
worked for a brokerage firm. firmly. f . i . r . m . l . y . firmly. firmly
means with resolute determination. We firmly believed it.
first. f . i . r. s . t . first. first means the first or highest in an ordering or series.
He wanted to be the first. at first. at first. at first means at the
beginning. At first he didn't notice anything strange.
fish. f . i . s . h . fish. fish means any of various mostly cold-blooded aquatic vertebrates
usually having scales and breathing through gills. In the living room there was a tank
of colorful fish. fishing. f . i . s . h . i . n . g . fishing.
fishing means the act of someone who fishes as a diversion. My brother goes fishing every
weekend. fit. f . i . t . fit. fit means be agreeable
or acceptable to. This piece won't fit into the puzzle.
fix. f . i . x . fix. fix means restore by replacing a part or putting together what
is torn or broken. Fix my shoes please. fixed. f . i . x . e . d . fixed. fixed means
having a fixed and unchanging value. Many restaurants offer fixed-price menus.
flag. f . l . a . g . flag. flag means emblem usually consisting of a rectangular piece
of cloth of distinctive design. The black and white flag went down, and the race began.
flame. f . l . a . m . e . flame. flame means the process of combustion of inflammable materials
producing heat and light and (often) smoke. Flame was one of our ancestors' first discoveries.
flash. f . l . a . s . h . flash. flash means gleam or glow intermittently. The lights were
flashing. flat. f . l . a . t . flat. flat means having
a surface without slope, tilt in which no part is higher or lower than another. A flat
desk. flavor. f . l . a . v . o . r . flavor. flavor
means the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people.
The flavor of the city excited him. flesh. f . l . e . s . h . flesh. flesh means
the soft tissue of the body of a vertebrate: mainly muscle tissue and fat. The spirit is
willing but the flesh is weak. flight. f . l . i . g . h . t . flight. flight
means an instance of traveling by air. Flight was still an exciting adventure for him.
float. f . l . o . a . t . float. float means be in motion due to some air or water current.
The floated boat drifted away from the shore. flood. f . l . o . o . d . flood. flood means
the rising of a body of water and its overflowing onto normally dry land. Plains fertilized
by annual floods. floor. f . l . o . o . r . floor. floor means
the inside lower horizontal surface (as of a room or hallway). They needed rugs to cover
the bare floors. flour. f . l . o . u . r . flour. flour means fine
powdery foodstuff obtained by grinding and sifting the meal of a cereal grain. Two pounds
of soy flour contains approximately the same amount of protein as five pounds of meat.
flow. f . l . o . w . flow. flow means the motion characteristic of fluids (liquids or
gases). She tried to stop the flow of blood from the wound.
flower. f . l . o . w . e . r . flower. flower means a plant cultivated for its blooms or
blossoms. The plant has a beautiful bright red flower.
flu. f . l . u . flu. flu means an acute febrile highly contagious viral disease. Steven's
still in bed with flu. fly. f . l . y . fly. fly means travel through
the air; be airborne. Man cannot fly. flying. f . l . y . i . n . g . flying. flying
means capable of or engaged in flight. The bat is a flying animal.
focus. f . o . c . u . s . focus. focus means the concentration of attention or energy on
something. The focus of activity shifted to molecular biology.
fold. f . o . l . d . fold. fold means bend or lay so that one part covers the other.
Fold up the newspaper. folding. f . o . l . d . i . n . g . folding.
folding means capable of being folded up and stored. A folding chair .
folk. f . o . l . k . folk. folk means people in general (often used in the plural). They're
just country folk. follow. f . o . l . l . o . w . follow. follow
means to travel behind, go after, come after. The ducklings followed their mother around
the pond. following. f . o . l . l . o . w . i . n . g
. following. following means going or proceeding or coming after in the same direction. The
crowd of following cars made the occasion seem like a parade.
food. f . o . o . d . food. food means any substance that can be metabolized by an organism
to give energy and build tissue. The restaurant serves good food at affordable prices.
foot. f . o . o . t . foot. foot means a linear unit of length equal to 12 inches or a third
of a yard. He is six feet tall. football. f . o . o . t . b . a . l . l . football.
football means any of various games played with a ball (round or oval) in which two teams
try to kick or carry or propel the ball into each other's goal. Which football team do
you support? for. f . o . r . for. for means used to show
who is intended to have. There's a letter for you.
force. f . o . r . c . e . force. force means a unit that is part of some military service.
He sent Caesar a force of six thousand men. forecast. f . o . r . e . c . a . s . t . forecast.
forecast means a prediction about how something (as the weather) will develop. It is difficult
to make long-term forecasts for a fast-growing industry.
foreign. f . o . r . e . i . g . n . foreign. foreign means of concern to or concerning
the affairs of other nations (other than your own). A foreign office.
forest. f . o . r . e . s . t . forest. forest means the trees and other plants in a large
densely wooded area. Much of Scandinavia is covered in dense forest.
forever. f . o . r . e . v . e . r . forever. forever means for a limitless time. I wanted
that moment to last forever. forget. f . o . r . g . e . t . forget. forget
means dismiss from the mind; stop remembering. I tried to forget these unpleasant memories.
forgive. f . o . r . g . i . v . e . forgive. forgive means stop blaming or grant forgiveness.
She cannot forgive him for forgetting her birthday.
fork. f . o . r . k . fork. fork means cutlery used for serving and eating food. To eat with
a knife and fork. form. f . o . r . m . form. form means the
phonological or orthographic sound or appearance of a word that can be used to describe or
identify something. The inflected forms of a word can be represented by a stem and a
list of inflections to be attached. formal. f . o . r . m . a . l . formal. formal
means being in accord with established forms and conventions and requirements. The requirement
was only formal and often ignored. formally. f . o . r . m . a . l . l . y . formally.
formally means with official authorization. The club will be formally recognized.
former. f . o . r . m . e . r . former. former means referring to the first of two things
or persons mentioned (or the earlier one or ones of several). I prefer the former version
to the latter one. formerly. f . o . r . m . e . r . l . y . formerly.
formerly means at a previous time. She was a dancer formerly.
formula. f . o . r . m . u . l . a . formula. formula means a standard procedure for solving
a class of mathematical problems. He gave us a general formula for attacking polynomials.
fortune. f . o . r . t . u . n . e . fortune. fortune means an unknown and unpredictable
phenomenon that causes an event to result one way rather than another. We ran into each
other by pure fortune. forward. f . o . r . w . a . r . d . forward.
forward means at or to or toward the front. She practiced sewing backward as well as forward
on her new sewing machine. forward. f . o . r . w . a . r . d . forward.
forward means at or near or directed toward the front. The forward section of the aircraft.
found. f . o . u . n . d . found. found means set up or found. She found a literacy program.
foundation. f . o . u . n . d . a . t . i . o . n . foundation. foundation means the
basis on which something is grounded. There is little foundation for his objections.
frame. f . r . a . m . e . frame. frame means a structure supporting or containing something.
Aluminium window frames. free. f . r . e . e . free. free means able
to act at will; not hampered; not under compulsion or restraint. Feel free to stay as long as
you wish. freely. f . r . e . e . l . y . freely. freely
means in a free manner. The painting featured freely brushed strokes.
freedom. f . r . e . e . d . o . m . freedom. freedom means the condition of being free;
the power to act or speak or think without externally imposed restraints. Complete freedom
to do as you wish. freeze. f . r . e . e . z . e . freeze. freeze
means cause to freeze. The withdrawal of heat to change something from a liquid to a solid.
Freeze the leftover food. frozen. f . r . o . z . e . n . frozen. frozen
means turned into ice; affected by freezing or by long and severe cold. Children skating
on a frozen brook. frequent. f . r . e . q . u . e . n . t . frequent.
frequent means coming at short intervals or habitually. Frequent complaints.
frequently. f . r . e . q . u . e . n . t . l . y . frequently. frequently means many
times at short intervals. We frequently met over a cup of coffee.
fresh. f . r . e . s . h . fresh. fresh means recently made, produced, or harvested. Fresh
bread. freshly. f . r . e . s . h . l . y . freshly.
freshly means very recently. A freshly arranged hairdo.
Friday. F . r . i . d . a . y . Friday. Friday means the sixth day of the week; the fifth
working day. Mr Cook is intending to go to the Middle East on Friday.
friend. f . r . i . e . n . d . friend. friend means a person you know well and regard with
affection and trust. He was my best friend at the university.
make friend. make friend. make friend means to become friendly. You weren't really doing
anything to make friends then either. friendly. f . r . i . e . n . d . l . y . friendly.
friendly means characteristic of or befitting a friend. The only friendly person here.
unfriendly. u . n . f . r . i . e . n . d . l . y . unfriendly. unfriendly means not
easy to understand or use. An unfriendly action to take.
friendship. f . r . i . e . n . d . s . h . i . p . friendship. friendship means the
state of being friends. He seemed to have already struck up a friendship with Jo.
frighten. f . r . i . g . h . t . e . n . frighten. frighten means cause fear in. The stranger
who hangs around the building frightens me. frightening. f . r . i . g . h . t . e . n
. i . n . g . frightening. frightening means causing fear or dread or terror. Polio is
no longer the frightening disease it once was.
frightened. f . r . i . g . h . t . e . n . e . d . frightened. frightened means thrown
into a state of intense fear or desperation. Trying to keep back the frightened crowd.
from. f . r . o . m . from. from means where someone or something starts. She began to
walk away from him. front. f . r . o . n . t . front. front means
the side that is seen or that goes first. He was well behaved in front of company.
in front. in front. in front means at or in the front. We couldn't see over the heads
of the people in front. frozen. f . r . o . z . e . n . frozen. frozen
means turned into ice; affected by freezing or by long and severe cold. The frozen North.
fruit. f . r . u . i . t . fruit. fruit means the ripened reproductive body of a seed plant.
Tropical fruits, such as bananas and pineapples. fry. f . r . y . fry. fry means be excessively
hot. If the children stay out on the beach for another hour, they'll be fried.
fuel. f . u . e . l . fuel. fuel means a substance that can be consumed to produce energy. More
fuel is needed during the winter months. full. f . u . l . l . full. full means containing
as much or as many as is possible or normal. The auditorium was full to overflowing.
fully. f . u . l . l . y . fully. fully means to the greatest degree or extent; completely
or entirely. He didn't fully understand. fun. f . u . n . fun. fun means activities
that are enjoyable or amusing. I do it for the fun of it.
make fun. make fun. make fun means subject to laughter or ridicule. They often make
fun of the boss. function. f . u . n . c . t . i . o . n . function.
function means a mathematical relation such that each element of one set is associated
with at least one element of another set. The function of a teacher.
fund. f . u . n . d . fund. fund means a reserve of money set aside for some purpose. The company's
pension fund. fundamental. f . u . n . d . a . m . e . n
. t . a . l . fundamental. fundamental means serving as an essential component. Computers
are fundamental to modern industrial. funeral. f . u . n . e . r . a . l . funeral.
funeral means a ceremony at which a dead person is buried or cremated. Hundreds of
people attended his funeral. funny. f . u . n . n . y . funny. funny means
arousing or provoking laughter. Funny stories that made everybody laugh.
fur. f . u . r . fur. fur means the dressed hairy coat of a mammal. The cat carefully
licked its fur. furniture. f . u . r . n . i . t . u . r . e
. furniture. furniture means furnishings that make a room or other area ready for occupancy.
They had too much furniture for the small apartment.
further. f . u . r . t . h . e . r . further. further means more distant in especially degree.
Nothing could be further from the truth. future. f . u . t . u . r . e . future. future
means the time yet to come; yet to be or coming. Some future historian will evaluate him.
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