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expiate
to accept punishment for something that you have done wrong in order to show that you are sorry
expunge
to remove or get rid of something such as a name or memory from a book or list or from your mind
expurgate
to remove or leave out parts of a piece of writing or a conversation when printing or reporting it, because you think those parts could offend people
extant
(of something very old) still in existence
exult
to feel and show that you are very excited and happy because of something that has happened
fabricate
to invent false information in order to trick people
facade
1.the front of a building; 2.[usually singular] the way that someone or something appears to be, which is different from the way someone or something really is
facile
1.produced without effort or careful thought; 2.[only before noun] obtained too easily and having little value
fathom
to understand or find an explanation for something
fecund
1.able to produce a lot of children, crops, etc.; 2.producing new and useful things, especially ideas
felicitous
(especially of words) chosen well; very suitable; giving a good result
feral
(of animals) living wild, especially after escaping from life as a pet or on a farm
fervent
having or showing very strong and sincere feelings about something
fetid
smelling very unpleasant
fetter
1.(literary) to restrict someone's freedom to do what they want; 2.to put chains around a prisoner's feet