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37 Cards in this Set

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fabricate
to make up, invent
façade
the wall of a building , a deceptive appearance or attitude
facile
easy, requiring little effort, superficial, achieved with minimal thought or care, insincere
fallacious
incorrect, misleading
fastidious
meticulous, demanding, having high and often unattainable standards
fathom
to understand, comprehend
fatuous
silly, foolish
fecund
fruitful, fertile
felicitous
well suited, apt , delightful, pleasing
feral
wild, savage
fervent
ardent, passionate
fetid
having a foul odor
fetter
to chain, restrain
fickle
shifting in character, inconstant
fidelity
loyalty, devotion
figurative
symbolic
flabbergasted
astounded
flaccid
limp, not firm or strong
flagrant
offensive, egregious
florid
flowery, ornate
flout
to disregard or disobey openly
foil
to thwart, frustrate, defeat
forage
to graze, rummage for food
forbearance
patience, restraint, toleration
forestall
to prevent, thwart, delay
forlorn
lonely, abandoned, hopeless
forsake
to give up, renounce
fortitude
strength, guts
fortuitous
happening by chance, often lucky or fortunate
forum
a medium for lecture or discussion
foster
to stimulate, promote, encourage
fractious
troublesome or irritable
fraught
(usually used with “with”) filled or accompanied with
frenetic
frenzied, hectic, frantic
frivolous
of little importance, trifling
frugal
thrifty, economical
furtive
secretive, sly