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Exodus
NOUN
a departure, usually of large numbers of people
Exotic
ADJECTIVE
foreign; charmingly unfamiliar
Expedient
ADJECTIVE/NOUN
advantageous to one's interest or purpose
Exploit
VERB
to use the greatest possible advantage, often selfishly
Expound
VERB
to explain in detail
Fabricate
VERB
to assemble or construct from separate parts
Facetious
ADJECTIVE
not meant seriously; playful or humorous
Facsimile
NOUN/ADJECTIVE
an exact copy
Fallacy
NOUN
faulty reasoning; an error in logic
Fathom
NOUN/VERB
a unit of length; to understand
Fatuous
ADJECTIVE
unconsciously stupid, foolish, stupid, or absurd
Feasible
ADJECTIVE
possible; doable and workable
Feign
VERB
to pretend or give a false appearance of
Felicitous
ADJECTIVE
agreeably suited to the purpose or occasion
Fetish
NOUN
an obsession; an object believed among primative peoples
Fiasco
NOUN
a complete and ridiculous failure
Fickle
ADJECTIVE
likely to change for no reason
Filch
VERB
to steal slyly, especially small things
Finesse
NOUN/VERB
skill, deliacy, or subtlety in doing something
Flagrant
ADJECTIVE
extremely and deliberately conspicuous
Flaunt
VERB
to show off in an offensive way
Flout
VERB
to treat openly with scorn or contempt
Fluctuate
VERB
to change continually from one position to another
Foible
NOUN
a minor fault or weakness
Forestall
VERB
to secure an advantage or prevent a loss
Formidable
ADJECTIVE
arousing fear or admiration because of size
Fortuitous
ADJECTIVE
occuring by chance
Frugal
ADJECTIVE
thrify or economical with money
Fulsome
ADJECTIVE
excessive and too good to tase
Futile
ADJECTIVE
incapable of producing the desired result