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firebrand.noun,.plural.firebrands
a person who stirs up trouble or kindles a revolt; a piece of burning wood, a flaming arrow, lamp or torch

flummox, flummoxed, flummoxing, flummoxes.transitive verbs
to confuse; perplex

financial.adjective
of, relating.to.or.involving finance, finances or financiers
financially.adverb
finance.noun,.plural.finances
the science of the management of money and other such monetary assets as banking, investments and credit, supplying funds or capital
finance, financed, financing, finances.transitive verbs
to provide or raise the funds or capital for (financed a new car because of the lack of money in society for people); to supply funds to (financing a daughter on an educational trip); to furnish.credit to
financeable.adjective

fund.noun,.plural.funds
a source of supply; a stock (a fund of goodwill); a sum of money or other resources.set aside for a specific.purpose (a pension fund for retirement after work); available money; ready cash (short on funds right now); an organization.established to administer and manage a sum of money
fund, funded, funding, funds.transitive verbs
to provide money for something (they funded their holiday from their savings); to place in a fund for accumulation (she set up a her own fund and contributed monthly a specified.amount she determined)

flay, flayed, flaying, flays.transitive verbs
to strip off the skin or outer covering of; to strip of money or goods; fleece; to whip or lash; to assail with stinging criticism; excoriate
flayer.noun,.plural.flayers

fleece.noun,.plural.fleeces
the coat of wool of a sheep or similar.animal; the yield of wool shorn from a sheep at one time; a soft, woolly covering or mass; fabric with a soft, deep pile
fleece, fleeced, fleecing, fleeces.transitive verbs
to shear the fleece from; to defraud of money or property; swindle
fleecer.noun,.plural.fleecers
sheep fleecers

froth.noun,.plural.froths
a mass of bubbles in or on a liquid; foam; something.unsubstantial or trivial
froth, frothed, frothing, froths.verbs
transitive verb use.to cover with foam; to cause to foam
intransitive verb use.to exude or expel foam
frothy, frothier, frothiest.adjectives
made of, covered with or resembling froth; foamy
frothily.adverb
frothiness.noun

foam.noun,.plural.foams
a mass of bubbles of air or gas in a matrix of liquid film, especially an accumulation of fine, frothy bubbles formed in or on the surface of a liquid, as from agitation or fermentation; a thick chemical froth, such as shaving cream or a substance used to fight fires; the sea; any of various light, porous, semirigid or spongy materials used for thermal insulation or shock absorption, as in packaging
foam, foamed, foaming, foams.verbs
intransitive verb use.to produce or issue as foam; froth
transitive verb use.to cause to produce foam; to cause to become foam
foamy, foamier, foamiest.adjectives
of, relating.to.or.resembling foam; consisting of or covered with foam
foamily.adverb
foaminess.noun

few, fewer, fewest.adjectives
you use a few to indicate that you are talking about a small number of people or things; you can also say a very few (I gave a dinner party for a very few close friends; here are a few more ideas to consider; she was silent for a few seconds); amounting to or consisting of a small number (one of my few bad habits); being more than one and up to three to five but less than half a dozen (a few of the books have torn jackets;."For many are called, but few are chosen"....Matthew 22:14)
fewness.noun
few and far between.idiom
few in number and infrequently.met; rare; scarce

flute.noun,.plural.flutes
in music, a high-pitched woodwind instrument consisting of a slender tube closed at one end with keys and finger holes on the side and an opening near the closed end across which the breath is blown; any of various.similar woodwind instruments; an organ's flue pipe producing a flutelike tone; in architecture, a long, usually rounded groove.incised as a decorative.motif on the shaft of a column, for example; a similar groove or furrow, as in a pleated ruffle of cloth or on a piece of furniture; a tall, narrow wineglass, often used for champagne
flute, fluted, fluting, flutes.verbs
transitive verb use.in music, to play a tune on a flute; to produce in a flutelike tone; to make flutes in a column, for example
intransitive verb use.in music, to play a flute; to sing, whistle or speak with a flutelike tone
fluter.noun,.plural.fluters
fluty.adjective also spelt flutey

farsighted.adjective
able to see distant objects better than objects at close range; hyperopic; capable of seeing to a great distance; planning prudently for the future; foresighted (large goals that required farsighted policies)
farsightedly.adverb
farsightedness.noun
hyperopia

foreordain, foreordained, foreordaining, foreordains.transitive verbs
to determine or appoint.beforehand; predestine
foreordainment.noun,.plural.foreordainments

foil, foiled, foiling, foils.transitive verbs
to prevent from being successful; to thwart; to frustrate
foil.noun,.plural.foils
a repulse; a setback

foil.noun,.plural.foils
a thin, flexible leaf or sheet of metal such as aluminum foil
foil, foiled, foiling, foils.transitive verbs
to cover or back with foil

foil.noun,.plural.foils
a fencing sword having a usually circular guard and a thin, flexible four-sided blade with a button on the tip to prevent injury; the art or sport of fencing with such a sword; fencing is a sport in which two competitors fight each other using very thin swords, the ends of which are covered and the competitors wear protective clothes, so that they do not hurt each other

fence.noun,.plural.fences
a structure serving as an enclosure, a barrier or a boundary, usually made of posts or stakes joined together by boards, wire or rails (we often used to meet each other in our back yards and talk over the fence); materials such as wood or wire that are used to make fences are called fencing (old wooden fencing); the art or sport of fencing; one who receives and sells stolen goods; a place where stolen goods are received and sold
fence, fenced, fencing, fences.verbs
transitive verb use.to enclose with or as if with a fence; to separate or close off by or as if by means of a fence; to ward off (kept the chickens fenced to ward off any foxes); keep away; to sell stolen goods to a fence
intransitive verb use.to practice the art or sport of fencing; to use tactics similar to the parry and thrust of fencing; to avoid giving direct answers; hedge; to act as a conduit for stolen goods
on the fence.idiom
undecided as to which of two sides to support; uncommitted or neutral
fencer.noun,.plural.fencers
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