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bloc
cartel;
faction
factitious
Not natural or genuine

The whole speech seemed to be factitious so I could not believe in its content
factious
Dissenting (especially dissenting with the majority opinion).
fatuous
Foolish;
silly
fictitious
Of, relating to, or characterized by fiction; imaginary
fad
craze;
vogue;
fashion;
style
fag
become exhausted
fallacious
erroneous;
faulty;
inaccurate
fallow
Plowed but left unseeded during a growing season: fallow farmland
fanfare
喇叭或号角嘹亮的吹奏声, 吹牛
fastidious
Difficult to please; exacting
feat
achievement
feckless
careless
fecundity
fruitfulness;
productiveness;
fertility
fecund
fertile
多产的, 肥沃的, 丰饶的
fecundate
fecundify
fecundity
fertile;
fertility
felicitous
巧妙的, 可喜的, 极为适当的
appropriate;
suitable
felicitate
congratulate
feline
猫的, 猫一样的, 猫科的, 猫科的动物
catlike
ferocious
savage;
fierce;
barbarous;
cruel
ferret
. 雪貂, 白鼬, 用雪貂猎取, 搜寻, 把逐出, 查获, 用雪貂狩猎, 搜索

idioms:

ferret about 到处搜索
ferret around 到处搜索
ferret out 查获, 搜出
2. 雪貂, 胶布
ferry
渡船, 渡口, 渡运, 运送, 渡过, 摆渡, 来往行驶
fervent
ardent;
torrid;
zealous;
fiery;
passionate;
fervid
fervid
fervent
fervor
passion
fete
(fāt, fĕt)
A festival or feast
fetter
chain;
shackle
fiasco
disaster
fiat
order;
decree;
law
fib
An insignificant or childish lie
fickle
Characterized by erratic changeableness or instability, especially with regard to affections or attachments; capricious
fidget
uneasy;
irritate
fiend
devil;
savagery
filbert
hazelnut
finesse
技巧, 手腕, 手段, 偷牌, 用手段应付, 以偷牌方式先出, 巧妙地做成, 施展巧计
fiscal
financial
fissure
cleft;
crack;
crevice
flaccid
软弱的, 无活力的, 没气力的
flabby;
floppy
flagrant
notorious;
scandalous
flair
natual talent;
aptitude
flamboyant
辉耀的, 火焰似的, 华丽的, 凤凰树
flank
side
flaunt
show off
炫耀, 夸示, 飘扬, 夸耀
fleck
spot;
mark
flimsy
weak;
fragile
flinch
a reflex response to sudden pain or fear;

wince
fling
flung (past tense)
throw
somersault
flip
flit
dart
掠过, 迁徙
idioms:
do a flit 逃走
flop
笨重的摔, 猛落, 笨拙地抛下, 砰然落下, 失败, 拍击声
florid
reddish;
ruddy
flounder
make clumsy attempts to move or regain one's balance;

flat fish
flout
show contempt for;
scorn
flunk
fail
fluster
flurry;
bustle
flutter
To wave or flap rapidly in an irregular manner: curtains that fluttered in the breeze
focal
concentrated
foible
A minor weakness or failing of character
foil
thwart
foliage
leaf
folly
nonsense, ridiculous idea
foment
excite
fondle
caress
foolhardy
rash;
brash;
impetuous;
reckless
forage
fodder
forbear
refrain
forego
abandon;
give up
forestall
preclude
forfend
prevent
forge
mould
forlorn
deserted;
abandoned
formidable
fearful;
frightening
forsake
give up
forte
strong points;
advantage;

1. 特长, 专长

2. 很响地, 用强音, 响的, 强的, 强音记号
fortitude
courage;
bravery;
valor
fortuitous
unexpected;
unplanned;
accidental
fracture
crack;
break
fragment
piece;
bit
fragrance
perfume;
scent
frail
fragile;
brittle;
frangible
frantic
furious;
delirious;
hectic
fraught
filled;
full;
cargo
fray
brawl;
quarrel
freckle
fleck
frenetic
also:
phrenetic
frantic;
frenzied;
mad
fret
frown;
annoy
frigid
bleak;
cold
fringe
border;
edge;
boundary
frisky
Energetic, lively, and playful;
a frisky kitten
fritter
1. 浪费

idioms:

fritter away 浪费, 耗费
2. 带馅油炸面团
frivolous
unimportant;
superficial;
trifling
frolic
caper;
frisk;
gambol
froward
disobedient;
obstinate
fulgent
(fʊl'jənt, fŭl'-)
Shining brilliantly;
radiant;
brilliant;
bright
fumble
feel around
furrow
a long shallow trench in the ground (especially one made by a plow);
wrinkle;
furtive
stealthy
fussy
fastidious
fuzzy
vague
gabble
babble;
chatter;
gibber;
jabber
gaffe
indiscreet remark
过失, 失态, 出丑
gainsay
deny
gait
pace;
step
gallant
showy;
flamboyant
gallantry
bravery
gallows
scaffold;
gibbet
gibbet
(jĭb'ĭt)
gallows
galvanize
egg on
To stimulate or shock with an electric current.
To coat (iron or steel) with rust-resistant zinc
gambol
frisk;
caper
garb
garment
apparel;
attire
gargantuan
Of immense size, volume, or capacity; gigantic. See synonyms at enormous.
garnish
decorate
garrison
fort;
fortification
garrulous
chatty
gash
deep cut;
slit;
incision
gauche
(gōsh)
不善交际的, 笨拙的, 不圆滑的
Lacking social grace.

It was considered quite gauche to talk during the symphony concert
gaudy
Showy in a tasteless or vulgar way
gaunt
憔悴的, 荒凉的
Thin and bony; angular;
lean;
Emaciated and haggard; drawn.
Bleak and desolate; barren.
haggard
adj.
Pale and exhausted, as because of worry or sleeplessness
gawky
迟钝的, 笨拙的
Awkward; ungainly.