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flavor.noun,.plural.flavors
distinctive.taste; savor (a flavor of blueberries in coconut ice cream); a quality.characteristic of a given thing (strawberries and blueberries both have tastes pleasing to the palate); a substance or extract that provides a particular taste; a flavoring (contains no artificial flavors; they sell coconut ice cream in eight different flavors); characteristic taste; aroma; fragrance
flavoring.noun,.plural.flavorings
a substance, such as an extract or a spice, that imparts flavor
flavor, flavored,flavoring, flavors.transitive verbs
to give flavor to
flavorer.noun,.plural.flavorers
flavorless.adjective
having no flavor or so little that the dish is insipid
flavorous.or.flavorsome.adjective
flavory.adjective
flavorful.adjective
full of flavor; savory
flavorfully.adverb

flood.noun,.plural.floods
an overflowing of water onto land that is normally dry; a flood tide; an abundant.flow or outpouring (received a flood of applications); a floodlight, specifically a unit that produces a beam of intense light; the universal deluge recorded in the Old Testament as having occurred during the life of Noah.
flood, flooded, flooding, floods.verbs
transitive verb use.to cover or submerge with or as if with a flood; inundate (his desk is flooded with paper he has to work on); to fill with an abundance or an excess (the rain barrel was full and the spillover was flooding the back yard)
intransitive verb use.to become inundated or submerged; to pour forth; overflow; if you say that a flood of people or things arrive somewhere, you are emphasizing that a very large number of them arrive there (he received a flood of letters)

ferry, ferried, ferrying, ferries.verbs
transitive verb use.to transport people, vehicles or goods by boat across a body of water; to cross a body of water by a ferry; to deliver a vehicle, especially an aircraft under its own power to its eventual user; to transport people or goods especially by aircraft
intransitive verb use.to cross a body of water on or as if on a ferry
ferry.noun,.plural.ferries
a ferryboat; a place where passengers or goods are transported across a body of water, such as a river or bay, by a ferryboat

face.noun,.plural.faces
the surface of the front of the head from the top of the forehead to the base of the chin and from ear to ear, where your mouth, eyes, nose and other features are; if your face is happy, sad or serious, for example, the expression on your face shows that you are happy, sad or serious (she had such a happy face; she had a beautiful face); a contorted facial expression; a grimace (made a face at the prospect of eating lemons); the face of a cliff, mountain or building is a vertical.surface or side of it; the face of a clock or watch is the surface with the numbers or hands on it, which shows the time; outward appearance (the modern face of the city); if you say that the face of an area, institution or field of activity is changing, you mean its appearance or nature is changing (the changing face of the countryside); if you lose face, you do something which makes you appear weak and makes people respect or admire you less and if you do something in order to save face, you do it in order to avoid appearing weak and losing people's respect or admiration; if you say that someone can do something until they are blue in the face, you are emphasizing that however much they do it, it will not make any difference (you can talk to him until you're blue in the face, but that probably won't change his personality); if someone or something is face down, their face or front points downwards and if they are face up, their face or front points upwards; you can use the expression 'on the face of the earth' to mean 'in the whole world', when you are emphasizing a statement that you are making or making a very exaggerated statement (no human being on the face of the earth at that time could run as fast as Roger Bannister when he ran a mile in under 4 minutes); a facade; outer surface (the face of the Earth)
face, faced, facing, faces.verbs
transitive verb use.to occupy a position with the face toward (stood and faced the audience); to front on (a window that faces the south); to confront with complete awareness (had to face the facts ("What this generation must do is face its problems"....John F. Kennedy); to furnish with a surface or cover of a different material (bronze that is faced with gold foil)
intransitive verb use.to be turned or placed with the front toward a specified direction
face the music.idiom
to accept the unpleasant.consequences of one's own actions (he found out a law of the universe is one reaps what he sows)
on the face of it.idiom
on the face of the problem it seems minor
faceable.adjective
faceless.adjective
facelessness.noun

face value.noun,.plural.face values
the face value of things such as coins, paper money, investment documents or tickets is the amount of money that they are worth and that is written on them (tickets were selling at twice their face value); if you take something at face value, you accept it and believe it without thinking about it very much, even though it might be untrue; apparent.significance or value (took their compliments at face value)

facial.adjective
of or concerning the face (facial cosmetics have many chemicals that are toxic; facial hair)
facial.noun,.plural.facials
a treatment for the face, usually consisting of a massage and the application of cosmetic creams
facially.adverb

floating.adjective
buoyed on or suspended in or as if in a fluid; not secured.in place; unattached; inclined to move or be moved about (a floating meeting)
float, floated, floating, floats.verbs
intransitive verb use.to remain suspended within or on the surface of a fluid without sinking; to be suspended in or move through space as if supported by a liquid
transitive verb use.to cause to remain suspended without sinking or falling; to put into the water; launch (the kids floated their hand made wooden boat in the stream)
Computers:.to convert.data from fixed-point notation to floating-point notation
float.noun,.plural.floats
something that floats, such as a raft, buoy, a life preserver; a buoyant.object, such as a cork, used to hold a net or fishing line afloat; a landing platform attached to a wharf and floating on the water; a floating ball attached to a lever to regulate the water level in a tank such as in toilets; a decorated.exhibit or scene mounted on a mobile.platform and pulled or driven in a parade; a tool for smoothing the surface of plaster or cement; a soft drink with ice cream floating in it
floatable.adjective

flagon.noun,.plural.flagons
a large vessel, usually of metal or pottery, with a handle and spout and often a lid, used for holding wine or other liquors; the quantity of liquid that such a vessel can hold as there are different sizes)

flask.noun,.plural.flasks
a small container, such as a bottle, having a narrow neck and usually a cap, especially, a flat, relatively thin container for carrying liquids; a vial or round long necked vessel for laboratory use; a frame for holding a sand mold in a foundry; a container or case for carrying gunpowder or shot

filly.noun,.plural.fillies
a young female horse usually under 4 years old (he had his daughters taking turns riding the filly on grandfather's farm); a lively, high-spirited girl

felon.noun,.plural.felons
Law:.in law, one who has committed a felony; an evil person
felon.adjective
evil; cruel; from Old French felon, meaning wicked, a wicked person
felony.noun,.plural.felonies
Law:.in law, a felony is one of several.grave.crimes, such as murder, rape or burglary, treason, crimes against humanity, such as homicide by, for example, so-called.vaccinations, etc., punishable by a more stringent.sentence than that given for a misdemeanor; an act on the part of a feudal.vassal.involving the forfeiture of his fee; any of several crimes in early English law that were punishable by forfeiture of land or goods and by possible loss of life or a bodily part
felonious.adjective
having the nature.of, relating.to.or.concerning a felony (felonious intent)
feloniously.adverb
feloniousness.noun

flair.noun
a natural.talent or aptitude; a knack (a flair for interior decorating; a flair for organic gardening); instinctive.discernment; keenness (a flair for the exotica); distinctive.elegance or style (served us with flair)
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