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fin.noun,.plural.fins
a fish's fins are the flat objects which stick out of its body and help it to swim and keep its balance; a fin on something such as an airplane or rocket is a flat part which sticks out and is intended to help control its movement in the air; a membranous.appendage extending from the body of a fish or other aquatic animal, used for propelling, steering or balancing the body in the water; any of a number of standing.ridges, as on a radiator or engine cylinder, intended to maximize heat transfer to the surrounding air; a projecting.vane used for cooling, as on a radiator or an engine cylinder; a tailfin; a flipper
fin, finned, finning, fins.verbs
transitive verb use.to equip with fins
intransitive verb use.to emerge with the fins above water; see tailfins

foist, foisted, foisting, foists.transitive verbs
to pass off as genuine, valuable or worthy; to impose.something or someone unwanted upon another by coercion.or.trickery (they tricked him into going to the party to meet some girls, but just wanted him there to foist an unappealing.blind date upon him); to insert.fraudulently.or.deceitfully (deceitful dishonest politicians often foist additions to a bill sure to be approved, but the additions themselves, having nothing do with the bill would probably be rejected on their own)

freezing point.noun,.plural.freezing points
the freezing point is 0 Celsius and is the temperature at which water freezes; see also melting point

flurry.noun,.plural.flurries
a brief, light snowfall; a sudden burst or commotion; a stir (a flurry of interest in the new product; a flurry of activity when the plane landed); a sudden gust of wind
flurry, flurried, flurrying, flurries.verbs
transitive verb use.to agitate, stir or confuse
intransitive verb use.to move or come down in a flurry

frontier.noun,.plural.frontiers
frontiers of something, especially knowledge, are the limits to which it extends; a frontier is a border between countries

filet mignon.noun,.plural.filets mignons
a small, round, tender very choice cut of beef from the loin; from French 'filet', 'fillet' + 'mignon' meaning 'dainty'

fillet.noun,.plural.fillets
a strip or compact piece of boneless meat or fish, especially the beef tenderloin; a boneless strip of meat rolled and tied, as for roasting; a narrow strip of ribbon or similar material, often worn as a headband; in architecture, a thin, flat molding used as separation between or ornamentation for larger moldings; a ridge between the indentations of a fluted.column; a narrow decorative line impressed onto the cover of a book; a loop-shaped band of fibers, such as the lemniscus
fillet, filleted, filleting, fillets.transitive verbs
also filet; to slice, bone or make into fillets; from Middle English 'filet', from Old French.diminutive 'fil', meaning 'thread'

fill, filled, filling, fills.verbs
transitive verb use.to put into as much as can be held (fill a glass with water); to supply to the fullest extent (fill a concert hall; fill up the car); to supply as required (fill an order for grocery delivery); to place a person in (fill a job vacancy); to pervade (music filled the room; people who do no research were filled with feal over the covid con); to make full (filled the child's mind with good ideas (stories that filled our hearts with joy)
intransitive verb use.to become full
fill.noun,.plural.fills
an amount needed to make full, complete or satisfied (eat one's fill); material for filling a container, a cavity or passage (having saved the children, the tunnels were filled up with dirt or just blown up)
fill in.phrasal verb
to provide with information that is essential or newly acquired (I wasn't there, would you please fill me in?); to act as a substitute; a stand in (someone who fills in for another who can't be there)
fill out.phrasal verb
to complete a form, for example, by providing required information (carefully filled out the application); to become or make more fleshy (he filled out after age 35)
fill the bill.idiom
to serve a particular purpose (we don't have the proper part but this worked, fillng the bill nicely until we can get to a garage)

french, frenched, frenching, frenches.transitive verbs
to cut green beans or potatoes, for example, into thin strips before cooking; to trim fat or bone from a chop, for example (french fries; french cut green beans)

French.adjective
of, relating.to.or.characteristic of France or its people or culture; of or relating to the French language
French.noun
the people of France; from Middle English and Old English 'frencisc', 'Frankish' and from 'Franca', 'Frank', which is from the German 'Frank'

fiend.noun,.plural.fiends
an evil spirit; a demon; the Devil; Satan; a diabolically.evil or wicked person; Middle English, from Old English 'feond'
fiendish.adjective
of, relating.to.or.suggestive of a fiend; diabolical; extremely.cruel and wicked (the fiendish ways humans have been purposely harmed by world controllers, as reported by Janet Ossebaard)
fiendishly.adverb
fiendishness.noun
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