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1802 Adjectives That Contain F

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disciform (adjective) having a round or oval shape like a disc
discomfited (adjective) disappointingly unsuccessful Synonyms: defeated, disappointed, foiled, frustrated, thwarted
disconfirming (adjective) not indicating the presence of microorganisms or disease or a specific condition Synonyms: negative
(adjective) establishing as invalid or untrue Synonyms: invalidating
disdainful (adjective) expressing extreme contempt Synonyms: insulting, scornful, contemptuous
(adjective) having or showing arrogant superiority to and disdain of those one views as unworthy Synonyms: imperious, haughty, prideful, overbearing, sniffy, supercilious, swaggering, lordly
disenfranchised (adjective) deprived of the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote Synonyms: disfranchised, voiceless, voteless
disfigured (adjective) having the appearance spoiled
disfranchised (adjective) deprived of the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote Synonyms: disenfranchised, voiceless, voteless
disgraceful (adjective) giving offense to moral sensibilities and injurious to reputation Synonyms: scandalous, shameful, shocking
(adjective) (used of conduct or character) deserving or bringing disgrace or shame Synonyms: ignominious, inglorious, opprobrious, shameful, black
disgustful (adjective) highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust Synonyms: repellant, repellent, repelling, revolting, disgusting, distasteful, wicked, skanky, foul, yucky, loathly, loathsome
disinfectant (adjective) preventing infection by inhibiting the growth or action of microorganisms Synonyms: germicidal, bactericidal
disqualified (adjective) disqualified by law or rule or provision
(adjective) barred from competition for violation of rules
disqualifying (adjective) depriving of legal right; rendering legally disqualified Synonyms: disabling
disrespectful (adjective) exhibiting lack of respect; rude and discourteous
(adjective) neither feeling nor showing respect Synonyms: aweless, awless
dissatisfactory (adjective) not up to expectations Synonyms: unsatisfying, disappointing
dissatisfied (adjective) in a state of sulky dissatisfaction Synonyms: disgruntled
distaff (adjective) characteristic of or peculiar to a woman Synonyms: female
distasteful (adjective) not pleasing in odor or taste Synonyms: unsavory, unsavoury
(adjective) highly offensive; arousing aversion or disgust Synonyms: repellant, repellent, repelling, revolting, disgustful, disgusting, wicked, skanky, foul, yucky, loathly, loathsome
distressful (adjective) causing distress or worry or anxiety Synonyms: distressing, disturbing, perturbing, worrisome, worrying, troubling
distrustful (adjective) having or showing distrust
diversified (adjective) having variety of character or form or components; or having increased variety
dolabriform (adjective) having the shape of the head of an ax or cleaver Synonyms: dolabrate
doleful (adjective) filled with or evoking sadness Synonyms: mournful
doubtful (adjective) open to doubt or suspicion Synonyms: in question, dubious, dubitable
(adjective) fraught with uncertainty or doubt Synonyms: dubious
(adjective) unsettled in mind or opinion Synonyms: tentative
downfield (adjective) located at, or relatively closer to, the defending team's end of the playing field
drafty (adjective) not airtight Synonyms: draughty
dreadful (adjective) causing fear or dread or terror Synonyms: horrendous, horrific, dire, direful, dread, dreaded, awful, fearful, fearsome, frightening, terrible
(adjective) exceptionally bad or displeasing Synonyms: unspeakable, painful, abominable, atrocious, awful, terrible
(adjective) extremely disagreeable and unpleasant
drifting (adjective) continually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another Synonyms: vagabond, vagrant, aimless, floating
dumbfounded (adjective) as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise Synonyms: dumbstricken, dumbstruck, dumfounded, stupefied, flabbergasted, thunderstruck
dumbfounding (adjective) bewildering or striking dumb with wonder Synonyms: dumfounding, astounding
dumfounded (adjective) as if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise Synonyms: dumbfounded, dumbstricken, dumbstruck, stupefied, flabbergasted, thunderstruck
dumfounding (adjective) bewildering or striking dumb with wonder Synonyms: dumbfounding, astounding
dutiful (adjective) willingly obedient out of a sense of duty and respect Synonyms: duteous
dwarfish (adjective) atypically small
dysfunctional (adjective) impaired in function; especially of a bodily system or organ
(adjective) (of a trait or condition) failing to serve an adjustive purpose Synonyms: nonadaptive
ecofriendly (adjective) Good for the environment
edified (adjective) instructed and encouraged in moral, intellectual, and spiritual improvement
edifying (adjective) enlightening or uplifting so as to encourage intellectual or moral improvement Synonyms: enlightening
effaceable (adjective) capable of being effaced Synonyms: erasable
effected (adjective) settled securely and unconditionally Synonyms: established, accomplished
effective (adjective) producing or capable of producing an intended result or having a striking effect Synonyms: effectual, efficacious
(adjective) able to accomplish a purpose; functioning effectively Synonyms: efficient
(adjective) works well as a means or remedy
(adjective) exerting force or influence Synonyms: in effect, in force, good
(adjective) existing in fact; not theoretical; real
(adjective) ready for service
effectual (adjective) producing or capable of producing an intended result or having a striking effect Synonyms: effective, efficacious
(adjective) having legal efficacy or force Synonyms: sound, legal
effeminate (adjective) having unsuitable feminine qualities Synonyms: emasculate, epicene, sissified, sissy, sissyish, cissy
efferent (adjective) of nerves and nerve impulses; conveying information away from the CNS Synonyms: motorial
effervescent (adjective) used of wines and waters; charged naturally or artificially with carbon dioxide Synonyms: sparkling
(adjective) (of a liquid) giving off bubbles
(adjective) marked by high spirits or excitement Synonyms: scintillating, sparkly, bubbling, frothy
effervescing (adjective) emitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation Synonyms: spumy, bubbling, bubbly, foaming, foamy, frothy
effete (adjective) affected, overrefined, and effeminate
(adjective) deprived of vigor and the ability to be effective
efficacious (adjective) marked by qualities giving the power to produce an intended effect
(adjective) producing or capable of producing an intended result or having a striking effect Synonyms: effective, effectual
efficient (adjective) being effective without wasting time or effort or expense
(adjective) able to accomplish a purpose; functioning effectively Synonyms: effective
efflorescent (adjective) when the bud, or buds, on a plant are bursting into flower Synonyms: abloom
effluent (adjective) that is flowing outward Synonyms: outflowing
effortful (adjective) requiring great physical effort
effortless (adjective) requiring or apparently requiring no effort
(adjective) not showing effort or strain Synonyms: casual
effulgent (adjective) radiating or as if radiating light Synonyms: radiant, refulgent, beaming, beamy
effusive (adjective) uttered with unrestrained enthusiasm Synonyms: gushing, burbling, burbly
(adjective) extravagantly demonstrative Synonyms: gushing, gushy
eightfold (adjective) having eight units or components Synonyms: octuple, eight-fold
electrifying (adjective) causing a surge of emotion or excitement Synonyms: thrilling
elfin (adjective) suggestive of an elf in strangeness and otherworldliness Synonyms: fey
(adjective) small and delicate Synonyms: elflike
(adjective) usually good-naturedly mischievous Synonyms: elfish, elvish
(adjective) relating to or made or done by or as if by an elf
elfish (adjective) usually good-naturedly mischievous Synonyms: elfin, elvish
elflike (adjective) small and delicate Synonyms: elfin
enfeebling (adjective) causing debilitation Synonyms: debilitative, enervating, weakening
enforceable (adjective) capable of being enforced
enforced (adjective) forced or compelled or put in force Synonyms: implemented
enfranchised (adjective) endowed with the rights of citizenship especially the right to vote
ensiform (adjective) shaped like a sword blade Synonyms: sword-shaped, swordlike, bladelike
eventful (adjective) full of events or incidents
(adjective) having important issues or results Synonyms: consequential
exemplifying (adjective) clarifying by use of examples Synonyms: illustrative
fab (adjective) extremely pleasing Synonyms: fabulous
fabian (adjective) using cautious slow strategy to wear down opposition; avoiding direct confrontation
fabled (adjective) celebrated in fable or legend Synonyms: legendary
fabricated (adjective) formed or conceived by the imagination Synonyms: fancied, fictional, fictitious
fabulous (adjective) extremely pleasing Synonyms: fab
(adjective) based on or told of in traditional stories; lacking factual basis or historical validity Synonyms: mythic, mythical, mythologic, mythological
(adjective) barely credible
faced (adjective) having a face or facing especially of a specified kind or number; often used in combination
faceless (adjective) without a face or identity
faceted (adjective) having facets
facetious (adjective) cleverly amusing in tone Synonyms: bantering, tongue-in-cheek
facial (adjective) of or concerning the face
(adjective) of or pertaining to the outside surface of an object
facile (adjective) superficially impressive, but lacking depth and attention to the true complexities of a subject Synonyms: neat, slick
(adjective) performing adroitly and without effort
(adjective) expressing yourself readily, clearly, effectively Synonyms: eloquent, silver, silver-tongued, smooth-spoken, fluent
facilitative (adjective) freeing from difficulty or impediment
facilitatory (adjective) inducing or aiding in facilitating neural activity
factious (adjective) dissenting (especially dissenting with the majority opinion) Synonyms: dissentious, divisive
factitious (adjective) not produced by natural forces
factorial (adjective) of or relating to factorials
factual (adjective) existing in act or fact Synonyms: actual
(adjective) of or relating to or characterized by facts
facultative (adjective) of or relating to the mental faculties
(adjective) able to exist under more than one set of conditions
(adjective) granting a privilege or permission or power to do or not do something
(adjective) optional Synonyms: elective
faddish (adjective) intensely fashionable for a short time Synonyms: faddy
faddy (adjective) intensely fashionable for a short time Synonyms: faddish
faded (adjective) having lost freshness or brilliance of color Synonyms: washed-out, washy, bleached
(adjective) reduced in strength Synonyms: weakened, attenuate, attenuated
faecal (adjective) of or relating to feces Synonyms: fecal
fagged (adjective) drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted Synonyms: dog-tired, played out, gone, exhausted, washed-out, worn out, worn-out, spent, fatigued
failing (adjective) below acceptable in performance
fain (adjective) having made preparations Synonyms: inclined, disposed, prepared
faineant (adjective) disinclined to work or exertion Synonyms: indolent, otiose, work-shy, slothful, lazy
faint (adjective) deficient in magnitude; barely perceptible; lacking clarity or brightness or loudness etc Synonyms: weak
(adjective) lacking clarity or distinctness Synonyms: dim, wispy, shadowy, vague
(adjective) lacking strength or vigor Synonyms: feeble
(adjective) weak and likely to lose consciousness Synonyms: swooning, light, light-headed, lightheaded
(adjective) indistinctly understood or felt or perceived
(adjective) lacking conviction or boldness or courage Synonyms: faint-hearted, fainthearted, timid
fainthearted (adjective) lacking conviction or boldness or courage Synonyms: faint, faint-hearted, timid
fair (adjective) free from favoritism or self-interest or bias or deception; conforming with established standards or rules Synonyms: just
(adjective) (of a baseball) hit between the foul lines
(adjective) not excessive or extreme Synonyms: reasonable, fairish
(adjective) very pleasing to the eye Synonyms: sightly, comely, bonnie, bonny
(adjective) lacking exceptional quality or ability Synonyms: mediocre, middling, average
(adjective) attractively feminine
(adjective) (of a manuscript) having few alterations or corrections Synonyms: clean
(adjective) gained or earned without cheating or stealing Synonyms: honest
(adjective) free of clouds or rain
(adjective) (used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored Synonyms: fairish
fairish (adjective) not excessive or extreme Synonyms: reasonable, fair
(adjective) (used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored Synonyms: fair
faithful (adjective) steadfast in affection or allegiance
(adjective) not having sexual relations with anyone except your husband or wife, or your boyfriend or girlfriend
(adjective) marked by fidelity to an original Synonyms: close
faithless (adjective) having the character of, or characteristic of, a traitor Synonyms: unfaithful, traitorous, treasonable, treasonous
fake (adjective) fraudulent; having a misleading appearance Synonyms: phoney, phony, bastard, bogus
(adjective) not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article Synonyms: imitation, simulated, false, faux
falcate (adjective) curved like a sickle Synonyms: sickle-shaped, falciform

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