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fluster
to upset; to confuse
fluvial
pertaining to a river
flux
state of continual change
foible
a weakness; minor fault
foil (two meanings)
to prevent the success of a plan (v); a person who, by contrast, makes another person seem better (n)
foist (on)
to pass off merchandise which is inferior
folderol
nonsense
folly
a foolish action
foment
to stir up; to instigate
foolhardy
foolish; reckless
fop
an excessively vain man
foray
a sudden attack
forberance
patience; restraint
forebear
ancerstor
foreboding
a warning; an omen
foregone
long past
forensic
pertaining to a formal discussion or debate
forerunner
ancestor; predecessor
foreshadow
to hint
forestall
to prevent by action in advance; to anticipate
forfeit
to give up
forgo
to do without; to give up
formidable
dreadful; discouraging
forte
strong point
forthright
direct; frank
fortitude
strength; courage
fortnight
two weeks; fourteen days
fortuitous
lucky; by chance
foster
to nourish; to encourage
fracas
a loud quarrel
fractious
irritable; quarrelsome; stubborn
fracture
to break or to crack
frailty
a weakness; a defect
franchise
special right or privilege
fraternal
brotherly