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Fabricate
to make or devise, construct
Façade
face, front, mask, superficial appearance
Facile
very easy
Fallacious
wrong, unsound, illogical
Fallow
uncultivated, unused
Fanaticism
extreme devotion to a cause
Farcical
absurd, ludicrous
Fastidious
fussy
None
Fathom (v.)
to measure the depth of, gauge
Fatuous
stupid, foolishly self-satisfied
Fawn (v.)
to seek the favor of
None
Faze
to bother, upset, or disconcert
Feckless
ineffective, careless, irresponsible
Feign
to pretend, give a false impression, to invent falsely
Felicitous
suitable, appropriate, well-spoken
Fell
to chop, cut down
Fervid
passionate, intense, zealous
Fetid
foul-smelling, putrid
Fiasco
disaster, utter failure
Fidelity
loyalty
Finicky
fussy, difficult to please
Flaccid
limp, flabby, weak
Flagrant
outrageous, shameless
Flamboyant
flashy, garish, exciting, dazzling
Flaunt
to showoff
Flora
plants
Florid
gaudy, extremely ornate, ruddy, flushed
Flounder
to falter, waver, to muddle, struggle
Flout
to treat contemptuously, scorn
Fluctuate
to alternate, waver
Foible
minor weakness or character flaw
Foil
to defeat, frustrate
Foment
to arouse or incite
Ford
to cross a body of water at a shallow place
Foreboding
dark sense of evil to come
Forestall
to prevent, delay, anticipate
Forethought
anticipation, foresight
Forgo
to go without, refrain from,
Forlorn
dreary, deserted, unhappy, hopeless, despairing
Forswear
to repudiate, renounce, disclaim, reject
Forte
strong point, something a person does well
Fortuitous
happening by luck, fortunate
Foster
to nourish, cultivate, promote
Founder
to fall helplessly, sink, fail
Fracas
noisy dispute
Fractious
unruly, rebellious
Fraudulent
deceitful, dishonest, unethical
Fraught
full of, accompanied by
Frenetic
wildly frantic, frenzied, hectic
Fulsome
sickeningly excessive, repulsive
Funeral
mournful, appropriate to a funeral
Furtive
secret, stealthy