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furnish, furnished, furnishing, furnishes.transitive verbs
to equip with what is needed; to supply

a piece of equipment necessary or useful for comfort or convenience
the furniture, appliances and other movable articles in a home or other building, considered as one; wearing apparel and accessories

the movable articles in a room or an establishment that make it fit for living or working

conforming to the current style; stylish; associated with or frequented by individuals of fashion
a stylish individual

the prevailing style or custom, as in dress or behavior (out of fashion); something, such as a garment, that is in the current.mode (her dress is the latest fashion); the style characteristic of those dressing impeccably for social.gatherings (a lady of fashion); manner or mode; way (set the table in this fashion); a personal, often idiosyncratic manner (played the violin in his own curious fashion); word fashion refers.to.kind or variety; sort (people of all fashions); shape or form; configuration
fashion, fashioned, fashioning, fashions.transitive verbs
to give shape or form to; make (fashioned a table from a redwood burl); to train or influence into a particular.state or character (fashioned his children to be honest and dignified); to adapt, as to a purpose or an occasion; accommodate
after a fashion.or.in a fashion.idiom
in some way or other, especially to a limited extent (she sings after a fashion)

fond, fonder, fondest.adjectives
having a strong liking, inclination or affection (fond of those with higher values; fond of my nieces and nephews); affectionate; tender (a fond embrace); cherished; dear (my fondest hopes for love amongst humanity)
warm affection or liking; love; a strong inclination or preference; a taste (a fondness for sweets; a fondness for travel)

free, freer, freest.adjectives
not imprisoned or enslaved; being at liberty; not controlled by obligation or the will of another (free to come and go and abide as one pleases to); to release from bondage.(*); having independence of will; governed by consent of the people who assess, authorize and approve any and all actions by representatives they have elected to form government; not subject to interference by government using rules unauthorized by the voting public (illegal governing); costing nothing; gratuitous.(a free meal); given, made or done of one's own accord; voluntary or spontaneous.(a free act of the will; free choice given by God can be eliminated (if people do not control government purse strings the government will control the people)
Chemistry and Physics:.not fixed in position; capable of relatively unrestricted motion (a free electron); not chemically bound in a molecule (free oxygen); involving no collisions or interactions (a free path); empty (a free space)
in a free manner; without restraint; without charge
free, freed, freeing, frees.transitive verbs
to set at liberty; make free (freed the slaves; free the imagination); to relieve of a burden, an obligation or a restraint (a people who were at last freed from fear); to remove obstructions or entanglements from; clean (free a path through the jungle)
the condition of being free of restraints ("Freeness is projected  when there is no coercion of people."....Thomas Cowan; liberty of the person from slavery, detention or oppression; possession of inherited.rights set down by Creator-God for benefit of all human beings; a self-governing person free of restraints; one who governs himself as to preclude.negatives (Romans 13:10); the capacity to exercise choice; free will (we have freedom of choice as a child of the Creator to follow the golden rule or not); the capacity to exercise choice (free will choice of individuals has been talked about being removed, the idea sold to the people often with the phrase 'for the greater good of all', a socialist trick where the surreptitious purpose of the presenters is because of some anticipated greater gain for those proposing removal)
free of.adjective
not held in check or subject to.control; unhampered
for free.idiom
without charge

not really living in freeness, but rather in a dominated.state with privileges that can be overridden at any time by those controlling the state

a 'free man' as opposed to a 'freeman'; a 'free man' is exempt, unrestrained, not bound by an obligation; free of bondage; the word relates to or is befitting to a person 'born free', born as a free male or female living soul, having completely free choice as God commanded,not as a physical slave or serf as the birth certificate system has placed us into
one having been given freedom by another, so he was not ever really free before as a 'free man' would have been, that is, born free, free born, born in freedom; someone who is not a slave; a person not in slavery or serfdom or in bond to another by contract (a bondman)
one who has been liberated from slavery; a freedman or the son of a freed man; one called a Libertine which denotes.Jews according to Philo, Jews who had been made captives of the Romans under the Roman general Pompey, B.C.E. 104-48, but who were afterwards set free; these Libertines had fixed their abode in Rome and built at their own expense a synagogue at Jerusalem which they frequented when in that city; the Libertine name adhered to them and distinguished them from free born Jews who had subsequently taken up residence at Rome
free man.noun,.plural.free men
different from 'freedman'; a 'free man' is one who possesses inherent rights from the beginning and is now on Earth; the Creator gave you and all humans the Earth to be on, therefor the land belongs to all of us and is to allow for proper living for all on it (the land has been stolen from the people by what's called the crown and then some of it sold back to them and in Canada, with no rights to the minerals, as the government has removed ownership of them from land people occupy)
a man who has been freed from slavery; this term occurs in 1Corinthians 7:22 and Revelation 6:15 and represents two slightly different words, as in 1Corinthians 7:22 the word is' apeleutheros' in the original, meaning 'a freeman', one who was born a slave and has received freedom from one of the bondages he or she was born into. In Revelation 6:15 the word is simply 'eleutheros', 'a free man' as opposed to a slave man, 'a freeman':.Colossians 3:11. It's a cabalism play on words to keep you confused and deceived as to the truth of your being.

fulcrum.noun, plural.fulcrums.or.fulcra
the point or support on which a lever pivots; an agent through which vital powers are exercised

fascinate, fascinated, fascinating, fascinates.verbs
transitive verb use.to hold an intense interest or attraction for; charm
intransitive verb use.to be irresistibly charming or attractive
possessing the power to charm or allure; captivating
the capability of eliciting intense interest or of being very attractive; the state of being intensely interested or attracted (listened in fascination)
one that fascinates; a woman's head scarf

fasten, fastened, fastening, fastens.verbs
transitive verb use.to attach firmly to something else, as by pinning or nailing; to make fast or secure; to close, as by fixing firmly in place; to fix or direct steadily (fastened her gaze on the attractive stranger); to place; attribute (fastened the blame on the weather)
intransitive verb use.to become attached, fixed or joined; to take firm hold; cling fast (fasten on a notion); to focus steadily; concentrate (all eyes fastened on the speaker)

if you say that something is fantastic, you are emphasizing that you think it is very good or that you like it a lot.; quaint or strange in form, conception or appearance (fantastic hopes); wonderful or superb; remarkable (a fantastic trip to Europe)
fantasticalness.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)

fiat.noun.(normally used without being pluralized)
an arbitrary order or decree; authorization or sanction (government fiat; fiat money); from Latin.third person.singular present subjunctive of 'fieri' meaning 'let it be done, 'to become', 'to be done'; fiat money is based strictly on the decision by the criminals who create it, criminals because what they use it for and that was for horribly evils upon We The People, including subjugation, harms, sickness and murder (*).

of or relating to a holding of something in trust for another (a fiduciary heir; a fiduciary contract); of, relating.to.or.being a trustee or trusteeship; held in trust; of, relating to or consisting of fiat money
one, such as an agent of a principal or a corporate director, that stands in a special relation of trust, confidence or responsibility in certain obligations to others

first in time or place; ahead of all others, especially in position or rank; paramount
in the front or first position; so as to be most important

feature.noun, plural.features
any of the distinct parts of the face, as the eyes, nose or mouth; often features; a prominent or distinctive aspect, quality.or.characteristic.(a feature of one's personality; a feature of the landscape); the main film presentation at a theater; a special attraction; an entertainment (featuring, say, the Bee Gees); a prominent or special article, story or department in a newspaper or periodical; an item advertised or offered as particularly attractive or as an inducement (a washing machine with many features)
feature, featured, featuring, features.transitive verbs
to give special attention to; display, publicize or make prominent(the featured article was written by the paper's editor); to have or include as a prominent part or characteristic (the play featured two well-known actors)

Mathematics:.an expression that indicates the quotient of two quantities; a disconnected piece; a fragment; a small part; a bit (moved a fraction of a step); one might think that a word like fraction as well as its ancestors might have always referred to the mathematical fraction, however, the mathematical notion of a fraction was known to the Babylonians, perhaps as early as B.C.E. 2000, but our word fraction goes back only to the Latin word; why? why do so many words end in history at the Latin

of, relating.to.or.constituting a fraction; very small; insignificant; being in fractions or pieces; being in fractions or pieces
a disconnected piece; a fragment; a small part; a bit (moved a fraction of a step); a chemical.component.separated by fractionation

fractionate, fractionated, fractionating, fractionates.transitive verbs
to divide or separate into parts; break up
fractionation, fractionator.nouns

about to appear or take place; approaching (the forthcoming school tournament); available when required or as promised; affable and outgoing (a considerate, forthcoming person, willing to cooperate)
the act or an instance of coming forth

filthy, filthier, filthiest.adjectives
covered or smeared with filth; disgustingly dirty; obscene; scatological; vile; nasty (a filthy politician)
foul or dirty matter; disgusting garbage or refuse; a dirty or corrupt condition; foulness; something, such as language or printed matter, considered obscene, prurient or immoral

of, relating.to.or.appropriate for a feast or festival; merry; joyous (the birthday party was a festive occasion)

an occasion for feasting or celebration; an often regularly recurring program of performances, exhibitions or competitions (a film festival; a high-school music festival); revelry; conviviality
of, relating to or suitable for a feast or festival; festive

a joyous feast, holiday or celebration; a festival; the pleasure and joy of a festival or celebration; festivities; the proceedings or events of a festival

fierce, fiercer, fiercest.adjectives
ferocious; having a savage and violent.nature; aggressively.dangerous; angry; cruel; extremely severe or violent; terrible; extremely.intense or ardent (showing its teeth, barking and lunging at people, that dog was one worth to be put down); strenuously.active or resolute (animals making fierce attempts to escape from predators)

fiery, fierier, fieriest.adjectives
consisting of or containing fire; if you describe something as fiery, you mean that it is burning strongly or contains fire; you can use fiery for emphasis when you are referring to bright colours such as red or orange (a large terracotta pot planted with Busy Lizzie provides a fiery bright red display); if you describe food or drink as fiery, you mean that it has a very strong hot or spicy taste (a fiery combination of chicken, chillies and rice); if you describe someone as fiery, you mean that they express very strong emotions, especially anger, in their behavior or speech; burning or glowing; easily ignited; flammable; having the color of fire; brightly red (fiery hair; a fiery sunset); torrid heat; feverishly hot and flushed (fiery cheeks); easily excited or emotionally volatile; tempestuous (a fiery temper)