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facilitate, facilitated, facilitating, facilitates.transitive verbs
to make easy or easier (political agreements that facilitated troop withdrawals); to facilitate an action or process means to make it easier or more likely to happen
facilitative.adjective
facilitator.noun

facility.noun,.plural.facilities
something that facilitates an action or process; ease in moving, acting or doing; aptitude; readiness to be persuaded; pliability; amenity; something created to serve a particular.function (boat repair facilities; washroom facilities)

fast, fasted, fasting, fasts.intransitive verbs
to abstain from food; to eat very little or abstain from certain foods; the act or practice of abstaining from or eating very little food; a period of such abstention or self-denial often used for complete renewing of one's life, both spiritually and physically:.Isaiah 58:3-12

fast, faster, fastest.adjectives
fixed firmly in place; secure (shutters that are fast against the rain); firm in loyalty (fast friends); deep; sound (the kids are fast sleep); resistant, as to destruction or fading (fast colors); firmly fixed or fastened (a fast grip); acting, moving or capable of acting or moving quickly; swift; accomplished in relatively little time (a fast visit; indicating a time somewhat ahead of the actual time (the clock is fast); adapted to or suitable for rapid movement (a fast running track); designed for or compatible with a short exposure time (fast film); wild (ran with a fast crowd)
fast.adverb
in a secure manner; tightly (hold fast); to a sound.degree; deeply (fast asleep); in a rapid manner; quickly; in quick.succession (ideas followed fast); ahead of the correct or expected time (a watch that runs fast)

flimsy, flimsier, flimsiest.adjective
lacking plausibility; unconvincing (a flimsy excuse; the flimsy fairy tale of evolution); light, thin and insubstantial (a flimsy fabric); lacking solidity or strength (a flimsy table)
flimsy.noun,.plural.flimsies
thin paper usually used to make multiple copies; something written on this thin paper
flimsily.adverb
flimsiness.noun

fluffy, fluffier, fluffiest.adjectives
fuzzy (hazy, fluffy thinking that only confused the matter); of, relating to or resembling fluff; covered with fluff; light and airy; soft (fluffy curls; a fluffy soufflé); light or frivolous-(a fluffy musical comedy; lacking depth or precision)
fluffily.adverb
fluffiness.noun

frankenfood a colloquialism.derived from Frankenstein, the book, the movie (a monster having the appearance of a man {from the creator of the artificial.monster, Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley}), meaning a creation that slips from the control of and ultimately destroys its creator

fancy.noun,.plural.fancies
an image or a fantastic.invention created by the mind; the mental faculty through which whims, visions and fantasies are summoned up; imagination, especially of a whimsical or fantastic nature
fanciful, fancifully.adjective
created in the fancy; unreal (a fanciful story); tending to indulge in fancy (a fanciful mind); showing invention or whimsy in design; imaginative
fancifulness.noun

fatal.adjective
causingor capable of causing death; causing ruin or destruction; disastrous (“Such doctrines, if true, would be absolutely fatal to my theory”....Charles Darwin); of decisive.importance; fateful
fateful.adjective
vitally.affecting.subsequent.events; being of great consequence; momentous (a fateful decision it was to get involved with a woman of low consciousness); fatal; ominously.prophetic; portentous (there were fateful signs left unheeded)
fatefully.adverb
fatefulness.noun
fatally.adverb
so as to cause death; mortally (fatally injured); so as to result in disaster or ruin; inevitably.
fatality.noun,.plural.fatalities
a death resulting from an accident or a disaster (highway fatalities); one that is killed as a result of such an occurrence (the driver wasn't one of the fatalities; the ability to cause death or disaster (vaccinations can be fatal to some); the quality of being determined by fate (many believe fate determines life, but it is not so, rather it is poor quality decisions which can be circumvented by 1, 2)
fatalism.noun
the doctrine that all events are predetermined by fate and are therefor.unalterable; acceptance of the belief that all events are predetermined and inevitable
fatalist.noun,.plural.fatalists
fatalistic.adjective
fatalistically.adverb

fate.noun,.plural.fates
the supposed.force, principle or power that predetermines events; one's supposed predetermined.pathway in life; destiny, lot, portion; the inevitable events predestined by this force; a final result or consequence; an outcome; destiny; something that is inevitably.destined for a person, such as...

fated.adjective
condemned to death or destruction; doomed (the fated city of Jerusalem in 70 A.D.); governed by fate; predetermined

faction.noun,.plural.factions
a group of persons forming a cohesive, usually contentious minority within a larger group; conflict within an organization or nation; internal dissension-("Our own beloved country . . . is now afflicted with faction and civil war" ...Abraham Lincoln)
factional.adjective
factionally.adverb
factionalism.noun

factious.adjective
insubordinate
factiously.adverb
factiousness.noun

fractious.adjective
inclined to make trouble; unruly; having a peevish nature; of, relating to, produced by or characterized by internal dissension; given to or promoting internal dissension; cranky
fractiously.adverb
fractiousness.noun

fracture.noun,.plural.fractures
the act or process of breaking; the condition of having been broken or ruptured; break, rupture or crack, especially in bone or cartilage; in mineralogy, the characteristic.manner in which a mineral breaks; a crack or fault in a rock
fracture, fractured, fracturing, fractures.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause to break (fracture a bone; fracking)
intransitive verb use.to undergo a fracture; break

fledgling also fledgeling.noun,.plural.fledglings
a young bird that has recently acquired its flight feathers; a young or inexperienced person
fledgling.adjective
a new and untried or inexperienced (a fledgling enterprise; a fledgling skier)

fledge, fledged, fledging, fledges.verbs
transitive verb use.to take care of a young bird until it is ready to fly; to cover with or as if with feathers; to provide an arrow with feathers
intransitive verb use.to grow the plumage necessary for flight

fairy tale.noun,.plural.fairy tales
a fictitious, highly fanciful story or explanation

flamboyant.adjective
highly elaborate; ornate; richly colored; resplendent; marked by striking audacity or verve; given to ostentatious display; showy
flamboyant, flamboyance.or.flamboyancy.nouns
flamboyantly.adverb

fudge.noun,.plural.fudges
a soft, rich candy made of sugar, milk, butter and flavoring; nonsense; rubbish; worthless material; hogwash
fudge, fudged, fudging, fudges.transitive verbs
to fake or falsify (fudge account figures); to evade (an issue, for example); dodge
intransitive use.to act dishonestly; cheat; to go beyond the proper limits of something (fudged on the building code requirements); to act in an indecisive.manner (always fudged on the important questions)

fake.adjective
to make something seem real for either a good or a deceitful purpose; fake it till you make it (she was unhappy because of her childhood heartaches, so the psychologist.advised her to pretend to be the happy person she wanted to be and in time that would be grounded in her and she would thereafter be that way; fake it till you make it); having a false or misleading appearance for some good or bad reason (both girls put on makeup to get dates, one for a passing selfish interest and the other to learn about guys so she could become a better woman); fraudulent
fake.noun,.plural.fakes
one that is not authentic or genuine; a sham; in sports, a brief.feint or aborted change of direction intended to mislead one's opponent or the opposing team
fake, faked, faking, fakes.verbs
transitive verb use.to contrive and present as genuine; counterfeit; to simulate; feign; pretend

filter.noun,.plural.filters
any of various electric, electronic, acoustic or optical devices used to reject signals, vibrations or radiations of certain frequencies while passing others; a porous material through which a liquid or gas is passed in order to separate the fluid from suspended particulate matter; a device containing such a substance
filter, filtered, filtering, filters.transitive verbs
to pass a liquid or gas through a filter; to remove by passing through a filter (filter out the sediment)
intransitive verbs.to pass through or as if through a filter (light filtered through the blinds)
filterer.noun
filterless.adjective

filch, filched, filching, filches.transitive verbs
to take (something, especially something of little value) in a furtive manner; snitch; steal
filcher.noun

flaw.noun,.plural.flaws
an imperfection, often concealed, that impairs soundness (a flaw in the crystal that caused it to shatter); blemish; a defect or shortcoming in something (they share the same character flaws; the tire is of blemished quality); a defect in a legal document that can render it invalid
flaw, flawed, flawing, flaws.transitive.and.intransitive verbs
to make or become defective

focus, focused, focusing, focuses.verbs
transitive verb use.to cause (light rays, for example) to converge on or toward a central point; concentrate; to render an object or image in clear outline or sharp detail by adjustment of one's vision or an optical device; bring into focus
intransitive verb use.to converge on or toward a central point of focus; be focused; to adjust one's vision or an optical device so as to render a clear, distinct image; to concentrate attention or energy (a campaign that focused on management issues)
focuser.noun
focus.noun,.plural.focuses
a point at which rays of light or other radiation converge or from which they appear to diverge, as after refraction or reflection in an optical system (the focus of a lens - also called focal point); the state of maximum distinctness or clarity of such an image (in focus; out of focus); a center of interest or activity; close or narrow attention; concentration

focal.adjective
of or relating to a focus; placed at or measured from a focus focally.adverb

foretell, foretold, foretelling, foretells.transitive verbs
to tell of or indicate beforehand; predict
foreteller.noun

forsake, forsook, forsaken, forsaking, forsakes.transitive verbs
to give up something formerly held dear; renounce (forsook the political party because of corruption); to leave altogether; if you forsake someone, you leave them when you should have stayed or stop you stop helping them or looking to them (I still love him and I would never forsake him); if you forsake something, you stop doing it, using it or having it; abandon (forsook the barren wilderness to again be close to others)

fortunate.adjective
bringing something good and unforeseen; auspicious; having unexpected good fortune; happy; lucky
fortunate.noun
one who has good fortune
fortunately.adverb
fortunateness.noun
fortune.noun,.plural.fortunes
what appears to be a chance.happening of fortunate or adverse.events; what appears to be luck (what appears to be luck is the natural working out of the universal principle of one reaps what has been sown); the turns of what seems to be luck in the course of one's life; a large sum of money (won a lottery and spent a fortune on the new car); a hypothetical, often.personified force or power that favorably or unfavorably governs the events of one's life (many Chinese men and women believe that Fortune is on their side by using the number eight); fate; destiny (told my fortune with tarot cards but Ask Suby gave me other guidance); a foretelling of one's destiny
fortune, fortuned, fortuning, fortunes.verbs
transitive verb use.to endow.with wealth; to ascribe or give good or bad fortune to
intransitive verb use.to occur by chance; happen

fortitude.noun
strength of mind that allows one to endure adversity with courage
fortitudinous.adjective
fortuitous.adjective
happening by a fortunate accident or chance; capricious; accidental; lucky
fortuitously.adverb
fortuitousness.noun
fortuity.noun,.plural.fortuities
a chance occurrence.or event; the quality or condition of being fortuitous
fortuitous.adjective

feminine
of or relating to women or girls; female; characterized by or possessing qualities.generally.attributed to a woman; effeminate; womanish
feminine.noun
the feminine gender
femininely.adverb
feminineness.noun
femininity.noun,.plural.femininities
the quality or condition of being feminine; a characteristic or trait.traditionally held to be female; women considered as a group; effeminacy

forasmuch as.conjunction
in view of the fact that; inasmuch as; since; insomuch as

fen.noun
low, flat, swampy land; a bog or marsh
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