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foible
a minor flaw or weakness in personality, character, or behavior.
foist
to pass off (a false or worthless article) as authentic, valuable, or worthy (usu. fol. by off).
follicle
a small cavity or sac with a narrow mouth, such as that surrounding the root of each hair.
forbearance
the act of refraining or holding back.
foreboding
a strong feeling or a portent, usu. that something bad is going to happen.
foregone
having gone before; previous.
forensic
pertaining to or used in legal proceedings.
foeordain
o appoint or determine beforehand; predestine.
forfeit
a penalty levied for neglect, misdeeds, or other failure to act as required by law, contract, or rules
forgery
the act of forging, esp. something fraudulently imitated.
fortitute
strength, endurance, and patience in the face of adversity or temptation
fortuitous
happening or appearing by chance, as a coincidence.
fractious
inclined to be irritable and quarrelsome; cranky.