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625 Adjectives That Start With F

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Word Definitions Synonyms
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
falciform (adjective) curved like a sickle Synonyms: sickle-shaped, falcate
falconine (adjective) relating to or resembling a falcon
fallacious (adjective) containing or based on a fallacy Synonyms: unsound
(adjective) involving deception Synonyms: deceitful, fraudulent
(adjective) based on an incorrect or misleading notion or information
fallen (adjective) having dropped by the force of gravity
(adjective) having fallen in or collapsed
(adjective) having lost your chastity
(adjective) killed in battle
fallible (adjective) likely to fail or make errors
(adjective) wanting in moral strength, courage, or will; having the attributes of man as opposed to e.g. divine beings Synonyms: imperfect, weak, frail
falling (adjective) becoming lower or less in degree or value
(adjective) decreasing in amount or degree
(adjective) coming down freely under the influence of gravity Synonyms: dropping
fallow (adjective) left unplowed and unseeded during a growing season
(adjective) undeveloped but potentially useful
false (adjective) not in accordance with the fact or reality or actuality
(adjective) arising from error Synonyms: mistaken
(adjective) erroneous and usually accidental
(adjective) deliberately deceptive
(adjective) inappropriate to reality or facts Synonyms: delusive
(adjective) not genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article Synonyms: imitation, simulated, fake, faux
(adjective) designed to deceive
(adjective) inaccurate in pitch Synonyms: off-key, sour
(adjective) adopted in order to deceive Synonyms: pretended, put on, sham, assumed, fictitious, fictive
(adjective) (used especially of persons) not dependable in devotion or affection; unfaithful Synonyms: untrue
falsetto (adjective) artificially high; above the normal voice range
falsifiable (adjective) capable of being tested (verified or falsified) by experiment or observation Synonyms: verifiable, confirmable
faltering (adjective) unsteady in speech or action
famed (adjective) widely known and esteemed Synonyms: renowned, notable, noted, illustrious, celebrated, famous, far-famed
familial (adjective) occurring among members of a family usually by heredity Synonyms: inherited, hereditary, genetic, transmissible, transmitted
(adjective) relating to or having the characteristics of a family
familiar (adjective) well known or easily recognized
(adjective) within normal everyday experience; common and ordinary; not strange
(adjective) (usually followed by `with') well informed about or knowing thoroughly Synonyms: conversant
(adjective) having mutual interests or affections; of established friendship Synonyms: intimate
familiarised (adjective) having achieved a comfortable relation with your environment Synonyms: adjusted, familiarized
familiarising (adjective) serving to make familiar Synonyms: familiarizing
familiarized (adjective) having achieved a comfortable relation with your environment Synonyms: adjusted, familiarised
familiarizing (adjective) serving to make familiar Synonyms: familiarising
famished (adjective) extremely hungry Synonyms: ravenous, esurient, sharp-set, starved
famous (adjective) widely known and esteemed Synonyms: renowned, notable, noted, illustrious, celebrated, famed, far-famed
fanatic (adjective) marked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea Synonyms: rabid, overzealous, fanatical
fanatical (adjective) marked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea Synonyms: rabid, overzealous, fanatic
fancied (adjective) formed or conceived by the imagination Synonyms: fabricated, fictional, fictitious
fanciful (adjective) indulging in or influenced by fancy Synonyms: notional
(adjective) not based on fact; existing only in the imagination Synonyms: notional, imaginary
(adjective) having a curiously intricate quality
fancy (adjective) not plain; decorative or ornamented
fanged (adjective) having fangs
fanlike (adjective) resembling a fan
fanned (adjective) especially spread in a fan shape Synonyms: spread-out
fantabulous (adjective) very good; of the highest quality Synonyms: ripping, mean, excellent, splendid, first-class
fantastic (adjective) ludicrously odd Synonyms: grotesque, antic, fantastical
(adjective) extraordinarily good or great; used especially as intensifiers Synonyms: rattling, howling, marvellous, marvelous, phenomenal, grand, wonderful, wondrous, terrific, tremendous
(adjective) fanciful and unrealistic; foolish Synonyms: wild
(adjective) existing in fancy only Synonyms: fantastical
(adjective) extravagantly fanciful in design, construction, appearance
fantastical (adjective) existing in fancy only Synonyms: fantastic
(adjective) ludicrously odd Synonyms: grotesque, antic, fantastic
far (adjective) located at a great distance in time or space or degree
(adjective) being of a considerable distance or length
(adjective) being the animal or vehicle on the right or being on the right side of an animal or vehicle
(adjective) beyond a norm in opinion or actions
faraway (adjective) very far away in space or time Synonyms: far-off
(adjective) far removed mentally
farcical (adjective) broadly or extravagantly humorous; resembling farce Synonyms: ridiculous, ludicrous
farfetched (adjective) (of an idea or story) so exaggerated or ludicrous as to be improbable Synonyms: far-fetched
(adjective) (of a theory or explanation) highly imaginative but unlikely and unconvincing Synonyms: far-fetched
farinaceous (adjective) resembling starch Synonyms: starchlike, amylaceous, amyloid, amyloidal
(adjective) composed of or covered with particles resembling meal in texture or consistency Synonyms: mealy, grainy, granular, granulose, gritty, coarse-grained
farming (adjective) relating to farming or agriculture Synonyms: agrarian, agricultural
farseeing (adjective) capable of seeing to a great distance Synonyms: keen-sighted, eagle-eyed, longsighted
(adjective) planning prudently for the future Synonyms: prospicient, farsighted, foresighted, foresightful, long, longsighted
farsighted (adjective) able to see distant objects clearly Synonyms: presbyopic
(adjective) planning prudently for the future Synonyms: prospicient, farseeing, foresighted, foresightful, long, longsighted
farther (adjective) more distant in especially space or time
(adjective) more distant in especially degree Synonyms: further
farthermost (adjective) (comparatives of `far') most remote in space or time or order Synonyms: utmost, uttermost, farthest, furthermost, furthest
farthest (adjective) (comparatives of `far') most remote in space or time or order Synonyms: utmost, uttermost, farthermost, furthermost, furthest
fascinated (adjective) having your attention fixated as though by a spell Synonyms: hypnotised, hypnotized, mesmerised, mesmerized, spell-bound, spellbound, transfixed
fascinating (adjective) capable of arousing and holding the attention Synonyms: riveting, gripping, engrossing, absorbing
(adjective) capturing interest as if by a spell Synonyms: enchanting, enthralling, entrancing, captivating, bewitching
fascist (adjective) relating to or characteristic of fascism Synonyms: fascistic
fascistic (adjective) relating to or characteristic of fascism Synonyms: fascist
fashionable (adjective) being or in accordance with current social fashions Synonyms: stylish
(adjective) having elegance or taste or refinement in manners or dress Synonyms: stylish
(adjective) popular and considered appealing or fashionable at the time Synonyms: in fashion
fashioned (adjective) planned and made or fashioned artistically
fast (adjective) acting or moving or capable of acting or moving quickly
(adjective) (used of timepieces) indicating a time ahead of or later than the correct time
(adjective) at a rapid tempo
(adjective) (of surfaces) conducive to rapid speeds
(adjective) resistant to destruction or fading
(adjective) unrestrained by convention or morality Synonyms: riotous, debauched, degenerate, degraded, dissipated, dissolute, profligate, libertine
(adjective) hurried and brief Synonyms: quick, flying
(adjective) securely fixed in place Synonyms: immobile, firm
(adjective) unwavering in devotion to friend or vow or cause Synonyms: firm, truehearted, loyal
(adjective) (of a photographic lens or emulsion) causing a shortening of exposure time
fastened (adjective) firmly closed or secured
(adjective) furnished or closed with buttons or something buttonlike Synonyms: buttoned
(adjective) fastened with strings or cords Synonyms: tied
fastidious (adjective) giving careful attention to detail; hard to please; excessively concerned with cleanliness
(adjective) having complicated nutritional requirements; especially growing only in special artificial cultures Synonyms: exacting
fastigiate (adjective) having clusters of erect branches (often appearing to form a single column)
fat (adjective) having an (over)abundance of flesh
(adjective) containing or composed of fat Synonyms: fatty
(adjective) having a relatively large diameter
(adjective) lucrative Synonyms: juicy
(adjective) marked by great fruitfulness Synonyms: rich, productive, fertile
fatal (adjective) bringing death
(adjective) having momentous consequences; of decisive importance Synonyms: fateful
(adjective) (of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin Synonyms: disastrous, calamitous, black, fateful
(adjective) controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined Synonyms: fateful
fatalist (adjective) of or relating to fatalism Synonyms: fatalistic
fatalistic (adjective) of or relating to fatalism Synonyms: fatalist
fated (adjective) (usually followed by `to') determined by tragic fate Synonyms: doomed
fateful (adjective) having momentous consequences; of decisive importance Synonyms: fatal
(adjective) ominously prophetic Synonyms: portentous, foreboding
(adjective) (of events) having extremely unfortunate or dire consequences; bringing ruin Synonyms: disastrous, calamitous, black, fatal
(adjective) controlled or decreed by fate; predetermined Synonyms: fatal
fatheaded (adjective) (used informally) stupid Synonyms: duncical, duncish, wooden-headed, blockheaded, boneheaded, thick, thick-skulled, thickheaded, loggerheaded
fatherless (adjective) having no living father
(adjective) not having a known or legally responsible father
fatherlike (adjective) like or befitting a father or fatherhood; kind and protective Synonyms: fatherly
fatherly (adjective) like or befitting a father or fatherhood; kind and protective Synonyms: fatherlike
fathomable (adjective) (of depth) capable of being sounded or measured for depth Synonyms: plumbable, soundable
(adjective) (of meaning) capable of being penetrated or comprehended
fatigued (adjective) drained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted Synonyms: dog-tired, played out, gone, exhausted, washed-out, worn out, worn-out, spent, fagged
fatless (adjective) without fat or fat solids Synonyms: nonfat, fat-free
fattened (adjective) (of market animals) made ready for market

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