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918 Verbs That Contain F

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Word Definitions Synonyms
acetify (verb) make sour or more sour Synonyms: sour, acidify, acidulate
(verb) turn acidic Synonyms: acidify
acidify (verb) make sour or more sour Synonyms: sour, acetify, acidulate
(verb) turn acidic Synonyms: acetify
aerify (verb) turn into gas Synonyms: gasify, vaporise, vaporize
affect (verb) have an effect upon Synonyms: touch, impact, bear on, bear upon, touch on
(verb) act physically on; have an effect upon
(verb) connect closely and often incriminatingly Synonyms: regard, involve
(verb) make believe with the intent to deceive Synonyms: pretend, dissemble, sham, feign
(verb) have an emotional or cognitive impact upon Synonyms: impress, strike, move
affiance (verb) give to in marriage Synonyms: engage, plight, betroth
affiliate (verb) keep company with; hang out with Synonyms: associate, assort, consort
(verb) join in an affiliation
affirm (verb) establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts Synonyms: substantiate, support, sustain, confirm, corroborate
(verb) to declare or affirm solemnly and formally as true Synonyms: swear, verify, assert, swan, aver, avow
(verb) say yes to
affix (verb) stick or fasten to Synonyms: stick on
(verb) add to the very end Synonyms: supplement, add on, append
(verb) attach or become attached to a stem word
afflict (verb) cause great unhappiness for; distress
(verb) cause physical pain or suffering in Synonyms: smite
afford (verb) be able to spare or give up
(verb) be the cause or source of Synonyms: give, yield
(verb) have the financial means to do something or buy something
(verb) afford access to Synonyms: give, open
afforest (verb) establish a forest on previously unforested land Synonyms: forest
affranchise (verb) grant freedom to; as from slavery or servitude Synonyms: enfranchise
affright (verb) cause fear in Synonyms: scare, fright, frighten
affront (verb) treat, mention, or speak to rudely Synonyms: insult, diss
airfreight (verb) transport (cargo) by air Synonyms: air-freight, air-ship
airlift (verb) fly people or goods to or from places not accessible by other means Synonyms: lift
alkalify (verb) turn basic and less acidic Synonyms: alkalise, alkalize, basify
ammonify (verb) treat with ammonia; cause to undergo ammonification
amplify (verb) increase in size, volume or significance Synonyms: magnify
(verb) to enlarge beyond bounds or the truth Synonyms: overdraw, exaggerate, magnify, hyperbolise, hyperbolize, overstate
(verb) exaggerate or make bigger Synonyms: expand, inflate, blow up
(verb) increase the volume of
argufy (verb) have a disagreement over something Synonyms: scrap, dispute, quarrel, altercate
aurify (verb) transform into gold
(verb) turn golden
backfire (verb) come back to the originator of an action with an undesired effect Synonyms: recoil, backlash
(verb) emit a loud noise as a result of undergoing a backfire
(verb) set a controlled fire to halt an advancing forest to prairie fire
baffle (verb) be a mystery or bewildering to Synonyms: nonplus, mystify, dumbfound, perplex, pose, puzzle, get, gravel, stick, stupefy, vex, amaze, beat, bewilder, flummox
(verb) hinder or prevent (the efforts, plans, or desires) of Synonyms: cross, bilk, queer, scotch, spoil, foil, frustrate, thwart
(verb) restrain the emission of (sound, fluid, etc.) Synonyms: regulate
barf (verb) eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth Synonyms: regurgitate, cast, chuck, purge, honk, regorge, retch, upchuck, disgorge, puke, sick, spew, spue, vomit, vomit up, cat, be sick, throw up
basify (verb) turn basic and less acidic Synonyms: alkalify, alkalise, alkalize
batfowl (verb) catch birds by temporarily blinding them
beatify (verb) fill with sublime emotion Synonyms: thrill, exalt, inebriate, exhilarate, tickle pink
(verb) make blessedly happy
(verb) declare (a dead person) to be blessed; the first step of achieving sainthood
beautify (verb) make more beautiful Synonyms: prettify, embellish, fancify
(verb) be beautiful to look at Synonyms: decorate, adorn, embellish, deck, grace
(verb) make more attractive by adding ornament, colour, etc. Synonyms: decorate, adorn, embellish, ornament, grace
beef (verb) complain Synonyms: crab, grouse, holler, gripe, squawk, bellyache, bitch
befall (verb) become of; happen to Synonyms: bechance, betide
(verb) happen, occur, or be the case in the course of events or by chance Synonyms: happen, bechance
befit (verb) accord or comport with Synonyms: suit, beseem
befog (verb) make less visible or unclear Synonyms: obnubilate, obscure, cloud, mist, haze over, becloud, fog
befool (verb) make a fool or dupe of Synonyms: gull, fool
(verb) fool or hoax Synonyms: take in, gull, fool, put on, dupe, put one across, put one over, slang, cod
befoul (verb) spot, stain, or pollute Synonyms: foul, maculate, defile
befriend (verb) become friends with
befuddle (verb) be confusing or perplexing to; cause to be unable to think clearly Synonyms: discombobulate, confound, confuse, bedevil, fox, fuddle, throw
(verb) make stupid with alcohol Synonyms: fuddle
benefact (verb) help as a benefactor
benefice (verb) endow with a benefice
beneficiate (verb) process (ores or other raw materials), as by reduction
benefit (verb) derive a benefit from Synonyms: gain, profit
(verb) be beneficial for Synonyms: do good
benficiate (verb) subject to a reduction process
biff (verb) strike, usually with the fist Synonyms: pommel, pummel
bifurcate (verb) split or divide into two
(verb) divide into two branches
blindfold (verb) cover the eyes of (someone) to prevent him from seeing
bluff (verb) deceive an opponent by a bold bet on an inferior hand with the result that the opponent withdraws a winning hand Synonyms: bluff out
(verb) frighten someone by pretending to be stronger than one really is
boldface (verb) print in boldface
bombproof (verb) make safe against bombings
bottlefeed (verb) feed (infants) with a bottle
breakfast (verb) eat an early morning meal
(verb) provide breakfast for
breastfeed (verb) give suck to Synonyms: suck, nurse, give suck, wet-nurse, suckle, lactate
brief (verb) give essential information to someone
buff (verb) strike, beat repeatedly Synonyms: buffet
(verb) polish and make shiny Synonyms: burnish, furbish
buffalo (verb) intimidate or overawe
buffer (verb) add a buffer (a solution)
(verb) protect from impact Synonyms: soften, cushion
buffet (verb) strike against forcefully Synonyms: batter, knock about
(verb) strike, beat repeatedly Synonyms: buff
bulletproof (verb) make bulletproof
butterfly (verb) flutter like a butterfly
(verb) cut and spread open, as in preparation for cooking
(verb) talk or behave amorously, without serious intentions Synonyms: dally, romance, philander, flirt, mash, chat up, coquet, coquette
calcify (verb) become impregnated with calcium salts
(verb) become inflexible and unchanging
(verb) turn into lime; become calcified
(verb) convert into lime
camouflage (verb) disguise by camouflaging; exploit the natural surroundings to disguise something
carnify (verb) become muscular or fleshy
catfish (verb) To deceive someone by professing romantic feelings but actually using a false identity
centrifugate (verb) rotate at very high speed in order to separate the liquids from the solids Synonyms: centrifuge
centrifuge (verb) rotate at very high speed in order to separate the liquids from the solids Synonyms: centrifugate
certificate (verb) present someone with a certificate
(verb) authorize by certificate
certify (verb) provide evidence for; stand as proof of; show by one's behavior, attitude, or external attributes Synonyms: demonstrate, manifest, evidence, attest
(verb) guarantee payment on; of checks
(verb) authorize officially Synonyms: licence, license
(verb) guarantee as meeting a certain standard Synonyms: indorse, endorse
(verb) declare legally insane
chafe (verb) become or make sore by or as if by rubbing Synonyms: fret, gall
(verb) feel extreme irritation or anger
(verb) cause annoyance in; disturb, especially by minor irritations Synonyms: gravel, vex, get at, get to, bother, rag, irritate, rile, nark, nettle, devil, annoy
(verb) tear or wear off the skin or make sore by abrading Synonyms: excoriate
(verb) cause friction Synonyms: fret, scratch, rub, fray
(verb) warm by rubbing, as with the hands
chaff (verb) be silly or tease one another Synonyms: jolly, josh, kid, banter
chaffer (verb) wrangle (over a price, terms of an agreement, etc.) Synonyms: haggle, higgle, huckster
(verb) talk socially without exchanging too much information Synonyms: visit, jaw, natter, gossip, shoot the breeze, chat, chatter, chew the fat, chit-chat, chitchat, claver, confab, confabulate
chamfer (verb) cut a bevel on; shape to a bevel Synonyms: bevel
(verb) cut a furrow into a columns Synonyms: chase, furrow
chauffeur (verb) drive someone in a vehicle Synonyms: drive around
chickenfight (verb) fight while sitting on somebody's shoulders Synonyms: chicken-fight
childproof (verb) make safe against children Synonyms: child-proof
chloroform (verb) anesthetize with chloroform
chondrify (verb) turn into cartilage
chuff (verb) blow hard and loudly Synonyms: puff, huff
circumfuse (verb) spread something around something
citify (verb) accustom to urban ways
clarify (verb) make clear and (more) comprehensible Synonyms: elucidate, clear up
(verb) make clear by removing impurities or solids, as by heating
classify (verb) arrange or order by classes or categories Synonyms: separate, sort, sort out, class, assort
(verb) declare unavailable, as for security reasons
(verb) assign to a class or kind Synonyms: relegate
codify (verb) organize into a code or system, such as a body of law
coffin (verb) place into a coffin
coif (verb) cover with a coif
(verb) arrange attractively Synonyms: set, arrange, do, dress, coiffe, coiffure
coiffe (verb) arrange attractively Synonyms: set, arrange, do, dress, coif, coiffure
coiffure (verb) arrange attractively Synonyms: set, arrange, do, dress, coif, coiffe
comfit (verb) make into a confection Synonyms: confect, confection
comfort (verb) give moral or emotional strength to Synonyms: solace, soothe, console
(verb) lessen pain or discomfort; alleviate Synonyms: ease
complexify (verb) have or develop complicating consequences Synonyms: ramify
(verb) make complex
confab (verb) talk socially without exchanging too much information Synonyms: visit, chaffer, jaw, natter, gossip, shoot the breeze, chat, chatter, chew the fat, chit-chat, chitchat, claver, confabulate
(verb) have a conference in order to talk something over Synonyms: confer, confabulate, consult
confabulate (verb) unconsciously replace fact with fantasy in one's memory
(verb) talk socially without exchanging too much information Synonyms: visit, chaffer, jaw, natter, gossip, shoot the breeze, chat, chatter, chew the fat, chit-chat, chitchat, claver, confab
(verb) have a conference in order to talk something over Synonyms: confer, confab, consult
confect (verb) make or construct
(verb) make into a confection Synonyms: comfit, confection
confection (verb) make into a confection Synonyms: comfit, confect
confederate (verb) form a group or unite Synonyms: band together
(verb) form a confederation with; of nations
confer (verb) have a conference in order to talk something over Synonyms: confab, confabulate, consult
(verb) present Synonyms: bestow
confess (verb) confess to a punishable or reprehensible deed, usually under pressure Synonyms: fink, squeal
(verb) admit (to a wrongdoing) Synonyms: concede, profess
(verb) confess to God in the presence of a priest, as in the Catholic faith
confide (verb) reveal in private; tell confidentially
(verb) confer a trust upon Synonyms: trust, intrust, entrust, commit
configure (verb) set up for a particular purpose
confine (verb) place limits on (extent or amount or access) Synonyms: bound, restrict, throttle, trammel, limit
(verb) prevent from leaving or from being removed
(verb) close in Synonyms: hold in, enclose
(verb) deprive of freedom; take into confinement Synonyms: detain
(verb) to close within bounds, or otherwise limit or deprive of free movement Synonyms: hold, restrain, constrain
confirm (verb) establish or strengthen as with new evidence or facts Synonyms: substantiate, support, sustain, corroborate, affirm
(verb) strengthen or make more firm Synonyms: reassert
(verb) make more firm
(verb) support a person for a position
(verb) administer the rite of confirmation to
confiscate (verb) take temporary possession of as a security, by legal authority Synonyms: seize, impound, sequester, attach
conflagrate (verb) cause to start burning Synonyms: inflame, kindle, enkindle
(verb) start to burn or burst into flames Synonyms: ignite, erupt, combust, catch fire, take fire

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