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fabricate
to construct or to lie
facade
outward appearance
facet
aspect
facetious
sarcastic
facile
easy
facilitate
to make easy
facsimile
a duplicate
faction
a minority within a group
factious
causing disagreement
factitious
artificial
faculty
ability or skill
fallacious
misleading; false; untrue
fallible
capable of error
fallow
inactive
falter
to stumble
fanatic
a person with uncontrolled devotion
fanciful
imaginative
farcical
absurd; ridiculous
fastidious
hard to please
fatalistic
believing that all things in life are inevitable
fathom
nautical measure; to understand
fatuous
foolish
fauna
animals of a certain area
fawn
excessively flatering manner
faze
to disturb
fealty
loyalty; devotion
feasible
capable of being achieved
feat
accomplishment
fecundity
fertil; productive
feign
to pretend
feint
a flase show or a pretended act
felicity
happiness
fell
to knock down; cruel
felonious
harmful
ferment
a state of agitation
ferret
to search or drive out
fervent
eager; passionate
fervid
very emotional; enthusiastic
fester
to rot
festive
joyous
fete
to entertain
fetid
foul-smelling
fetish
object that receives respect
fetter
to confine
fiasco
a total disaster
fiat
an official order
fickle
changeable or unfaithful
fictitious
false
fidelity
faithfulness
figment
something imagined
filch
to steal
filial
like a son or daughter
finesse
tact
finite
limited
firebrand
one who stirs up trouble
firmament
strength or pertaining to the heavens
fiscal
pertaining to finances
fissure
opening or split
fitful
irregular
flabbergasted
astonished
flaccid
flabby
flag
a banner; to slow down
flagellate
to whip
flagrant
shocking; bad
flail
to strike wildly
flair
a knack; a natural talent
flamboyant
showy; conspicuous
flaunt
to show off
flay
to strip off; to criticize sharply
fledgling
a young; inexperienced person
fleece
to swindle
flinch
to cringe
flippant
treating serious matters lightly
flora
plant life in a certain area
florid
flowery; ornate
flotilla
fleet of ships
flotsam
floating wreckage
flourish
a dramatic
flout
to ridicule
fluctuate
to vary
fluent
able to speak and/or write clearly
fluster
to confuse
fluvial
pertaining to a river
flux
state of continual change
foible
minor fault
foil
to prevent the success of a plan
foist
to pass off something which is inferior
foment
to stir up
fop
excessively vain; foolish
foray
a sudden attack
forebearance
patience
foreboding
a warning
forensic
pertaining to a formal debate
forerunner
ancestor
foreshadow
to hint
forestall
to prevent by acting in advance
forgo
to give up
forte
strong point
forthright
direct
fortnight
two weeks
fortuituous
lucking; happening by chance
foster
to encourage
fracas
brawl; uproar
fractious
quarrelsome
franchise
special privilege
fraternal
brotherly
fraught
filled with
fray
quarrel; unravel
frenetic
frantic
frenzy
fury
freshet
a fresh water stream
fretful
worried
friction
a rubbing together; conflict or disagreement
frivolous
silly or unimportant
frowzy
unkempt
frugal
thrifty
fruition
fulfillment
fruitless
having no results
frustrate
to prevent; to discourage
fulminate
to explode; to denounce
fulsome
disgusting
fundamental
essential; basic
furor
rage
furtive
sealthy; secretive
fusion
merging
futile
hopeless; useless; worthless