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foster
vb. care for vb. encourage
foil
n. contrast
forensic
adj. suitable to debate or courts of law
flotilla
n. small fleet
franchise
n. right granted by authority
flotsam
n. drifting wreckage
foil
vb. defeat vb. frustrate
flout
vb. reject vb. mock
flux
n. flowing series of changes
frivolity
n. lack of seriousness
fractious
adj. unruly
fresco
n. painting on plaster (usually fresh)
foppish
adj. vain about dress and appearance
fret
vb. to be annoyed or vexed
formidable
adj. menacing adj. threatening
frolicsome
adj. prankish adj. gay
fluctuation
n. wavering
fructify
vb. bear fruit
forbearance
n. patience
frenzied
adj. madly excited
frailty
n. weakness
friction
n. clash in opinion n. rubbing against
fracas
n. brawl n. melee
frieze
n. ornamental band on a wall
fraudulent
adj. cheating adj. deceitful
fritter
vb. waste
fortitude
n. bravery n. courage
frigid
adj. intensely cold
foray
n. raid
foist
vb. insert improperly vb. to dispose of deceitfully
forte
n. strong point or special talent
formality
n. act of sticking to established rules or procedures
fortuitous
adj. accidental adj. by chance
fluster
vb. confuse
foresight
n. ability to forsee future happenings n. carefulness
fluted
adj. having vertical parallel grooves (as in a pillar)
foolhardy
adj. rash
fluency
n. smoothness of speech
frantic
adj. wild
foment
vb. stir up vb. excite
frenetic
adj. frenzied adj. frantic
fray
n. brawl
freebooter
n. pirate
fraught
adj. filled
foreboding
n. premonition of evil
foible
n. weakness n. slight fault