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feasible
adj. practical
faux pas
n. error or slip (in manners or behavior)
fauna
n. animals of a period or region
faction
n. party n. clique n. conflict within an organization
ferret
vb. drive or hunt out of hiding
fawn
vb,. gain favor by fawning and flattering
ferment
n. agitation n. commotion
factious
adj. tending to form groups adj. causing disagreement
feign
vb. pretend
factotum
n. handyman n. person who does all kinds of work
felon
n. person convicted of a serious crime
febrile
adj. feverish
falter
vb. hesitate
fester
vb. generate pus
faculty
n. mental or bodily power n.t eaching staff
fatuous
adj. foolish adj. not making sense
factitious
adj. artificial adj. not genuine
fallacious
adj. misleading
fervor
n. glowing intensity in feeling
fervent
adj. hot adj. extremely enthusiastic
fervid
adj. enthusiastic
fell
adj. cruel adj. deadly
fancied
adj. imagined adj. unreal
fanaticism
n. excessive devotion
fallow
adj. plowed but not sowed adj. uncultivated
fancier
n. breeder or dealer of animals
facilitate
vb. make less difficult
fantastic
adj. unreal adj. unpredictable adj. bizzare
facile
adj. easy adj. expert
fanfare
n. call by bugles or trumpets
fanciful
adj. unpredictable adj. imaginary
feint
n. trick n. clever scheme to deceive n. fake blow
farce
n. broad comedy n. mockery
fastidious
adj. difficult to please adj. squeamish
fallible
adj. capable of making an error
felicitous
adj. appropriately expressed adj. well chosen adj. tending to
fathom
vb. comprehend vb. investigate
fatalism
n. belief that events are determined by forces beyond one's control
fecundity
n. fertility n. fruitfulness
fealty
n. loyalty n. faithfulness