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fallacious
adj. false; misleading
fallible
adj. liable to err
fallow
adj. plowed but not sowed; uncultivated
falter
v. hesitate
fanaticism
n. excessive zeal; extreme devotion to a belief or cause
fancy
n. notion; whim; inclination
fanfare
n. call by bulges or trumpets
farce
n. broad comedy; mockery
fastidious
adj. difficult to please; squeamish
fatalism
n. belief that events are determined by forces beyond one's control
fathom
v. comprehend; investigate
fatuous
adj. foolish; inane
fauna
n. animals of a period or region
fawning
adj. courting favor by cringing and flattering
faze
v. disconcert; dismay
feasible
adj. practical
fecundity
n. fertility; fruitfulness
feign
v. pretend
feint
n. trick; shift; sham blow
felicitous
adj. apt; suitably expressed; well chosen
felicity
n. happiness; appropriateness (of a remark, choice, etc.)
fell
adj. cruel; deadly
fell
v. cut or knock down; bring down (with a missile)
felon
n. person convicted of a grave crime
feral
adj. not domestic; wild
ferment
n. agitation; commotion
ferret
v. drive or hunt out of hiding
fervent
adj. ardent; hot
fervid
adj. ardent
fervor
n. glowing ardor; intensity of feeling
fester
v. rankle; produce irritation or resentment
festive
adj. joyous; celebratory
fetid
adj. malodorous
fetter
v. shackle
fiasco
n. total failure
fickle
adj. changeable; faithless
fictitious
adj. imaginary
fidelity
n. loyalty
figment
n. invention; imaginary thing
figurative
adj. not literal; but metaphorical; using a figure of speech
figurine
n. small ornamental statuette
filament
n. fine thread or fiber; threadlike structure within a lightbulb
filch
v. steal
filial
adj. pertaining to a son or daughter
filibuster
v. block legislation by making long speeches
finale
n. conclusion
finesse
n. delicate skill
finicky
adj. too particular; fussy
firebrand
n. hothead; troublemaker
fissure
n. crevice
fitful
adj. spasmodic; intermittent
flabbergasted
adj. astounded; astonished; overcome with surprise
flaccid
adj. flabby
flag
v. droop; grow feeble
flagrant
adj. conspicuously wicked; blatant; outrageous
flair
n. talent
flamboyant
adj. ornate
flaunt
v. display ostentatiously
fleck
v. spot
fledgling
adj. inexperienced
fleece
n. wool coat of a sheep
fleece
v. rob; plunder
flick
n. light stroke as with a whip
flinch
v. hesitate; shrink