2484 Words That Start With F

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f (noun) the 6th letter of the Roman alphabet Synonyms: F
fa (noun) the syllable naming the fourth (subdominant) note of the diatonic scale in solmization
fab (adjective) extremely pleasing Synonyms: fabulous
fabian (adjective) using cautious slow strategy to wear down opposition; avoiding direct confrontation
fable (noun) a deliberately false or improbable account Synonyms: fabrication, fiction
(noun) a short moral story (often with animal characters) Synonyms: parable, allegory, apologue
(noun) a story about mythical or supernatural beings or events Synonyms: legend
fabled (adjective) celebrated in fable or legend Synonyms: legendary
fabric (noun) artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers Synonyms: material, cloth, textile
(noun) the underlying structure Synonyms: framework
fabricate (verb) put together out of artificial or natural components or parts Synonyms: construct, manufacture
(verb) concoct something artificial or untrue Synonyms: make up, invent, manufacture, cook up
fabricated (adjective) formed or conceived by the imagination Synonyms: fancied, fictional, fictitious
fabrication (noun) a deliberately false or improbable account Synonyms: fable, fiction
(noun) writing in a fictional form Synonyms: fictionalisation, fictionalization
(noun) the act of making something (a product) from raw materials Synonyms: manufacture, manufacturing
(noun) the act of constructing something (as a piece of machinery) Synonyms: assembly
(noun) the deliberate act of deviating from the truth Synonyms: prevarication, lying
fabricator (noun) someone who tells lies Synonyms: storyteller, fibber
fabulist (noun) a person who tells or invents fables
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
fabulously (adverb) exceedingly; extremely Synonyms: incredibly, fantastically
facade (noun) the face or front of a building Synonyms: frontage, frontal
(noun) a showy misrepresentation intended to conceal something unpleasant Synonyms: window dressing
face (noun) the front of the human head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear Synonyms: human face
(noun) the feelings expressed on a person's face Synonyms: expression, look, aspect, facial expression
(noun) the general outward appearance of something
(noun) the striking or working surface of an implement
(noun) a part of a person that is used to refer to a person
(noun) a surface forming part of the outside of an object Synonyms: side
(noun) the part of an animal corresponding to the human face
(noun) the side upon which the use of a thing depends (usually the most prominent surface of an object)
(noun) a contorted facial expression Synonyms: grimace
(noun) a specific size and style of type within a type family Synonyms: case, font, fount, typeface
(noun) status in the eyes of others
(noun) impudent aggressiveness Synonyms: brass, nerve, cheek, boldness
(noun) a vertical surface of a building or cliff
(verb) deal with (something unpleasant) head on Synonyms: confront, face up
(verb) oppose, as in hostility or a competition Synonyms: confront
(verb) be oriented in a certain direction, often with respect to another reference point; be opposite to Synonyms: look, front
(verb) be opposite
(verb) turn so as to face; turn the face in a certain direction
(verb) present somebody with something, usually to accuse or criticize Synonyms: confront, present
(verb) turn so as to expose the face
(verb) line the edge (of a garment) with a different material
(verb) cover the front or surface of
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
facelift (noun) plastic surgery to remove wrinkles and other signs of aging from your face; an incision is made near the hair line and skin is pulled back and excess tissue is excised Synonyms: lift, rhytidectomy, rhytidoplasty, nip and tuck, cosmetic surgery, face lift, face lifting
(noun) a renovation that improves the outward appearance (as of a building) but usually does not involve major changes Synonyms: face lift, face lifting
facepalm (noun) the act of putting your hand to cover your face to show disappointment or despair
faceplate (noun) a protective covering for the front of a machine or device (as a door lock or computer component)
facer (noun) (a dated Briticism) a serious difficulty with which one is suddenly faced
facet (noun) a distinct feature or element in a problem Synonyms: aspect
(noun) a smooth surface (as of a bone or cut gemstone)
faceted (adjective) having facets
facetious (adjective) cleverly amusing in tone Synonyms: bantering, tongue-in-cheek
facetiously (adverb) not seriously Synonyms: jokingly, tongue-in-cheek
facetiousness (noun) playful humor
facia (noun) a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs etc Synonyms: fascia
facial (noun) cranial nerve that supplies facial muscles Synonyms: nervus facialis, seventh cranial nerve, facial nerve
(noun) care for the face that usually involves cleansing and massage and the application of cosmetic creams
(adjective) of or concerning the face
(adjective) of or pertaining to the outside surface of an object
facially (adverb) with respect to the face
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
facilitate (verb) make easier Synonyms: ease, alleviate
(verb) be of use Synonyms: help
(verb) increase the likelihood of (a response)
facilitation (noun) the condition of being made easy (or easier)
(noun) (neurophysiology) phenomenon that occurs when two or more neural impulses that alone are not enough to trigger a response in a neuron combine to trigger an action potential
(noun) act of assisting or making easier the progress or improvement of something
facilitative (adjective) freeing from difficulty or impediment
facilitator (noun) someone who makes progress easier
facilitatory (adjective) inducing or aiding in facilitating neural activity
facility (noun) a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry Synonyms: installation
(noun) skillful performance or ability without difficulty Synonyms: deftness, quickness, adeptness, adroitness
(noun) a natural effortlessness Synonyms: readiness
(noun) something designed and created to serve a particular function and to afford a particular convenience or service
(noun) a service that an organization or a piece of equipment offers you
facing (noun) a lining applied to the edge of a garment for ornamentation or strengthening
(noun) an ornamental coating to a building Synonyms: veneer
(noun) a protective covering that protects the outside of a building Synonyms: cladding
(noun) providing something with a surface of a different material Synonyms: lining
facsimile (verb) send something via a facsimile machine Synonyms: fax, telefax
(noun) an exact copy or reproduction Synonyms: autotype
(noun) duplicator that transmits the copy by wire or radio Synonyms: facsimile machine, fax
fact (noun) a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred
(noun) a statement or assertion of verified information about something that is the case or has happened
(noun) an event known to have happened or something known to have existed
(noun) a concept whose truth can be proved
faction (noun) a clique (often secret) that seeks power usually through intrigue Synonyms: cabal, junto, camarilla
(noun) a dissenting clique Synonyms: sect
factious (adjective) dissenting (especially dissenting with the majority opinion) Synonyms: dissentious, divisive
factitious (adjective) not produced by natural forces
factoid (noun) something resembling a fact; unverified (often invented) information that is given credibility because it appeared in print
(noun) a brief (usually one sentence and usually trivial) news item
factor (verb) resolve into factors Synonyms: factor in, factor out
(verb) be a contributing factor
(verb) consider as relevant when making a decision Synonyms: factor in, factor out
(noun) anything that contributes causally to a result
(noun) an abstract part of something Synonyms: element, ingredient, component, constituent
(noun) one of two or more integers that can be exactly divided into another integer Synonyms: divisor
(noun) a businessman who buys or sells for another in exchange for a commission Synonyms: agent, broker
(noun) any of the numbers (or symbols) that form a product when multiplied together
(noun) an independent variable in statistics
(noun) (genetics) a segment of DNA that is involved in producing a polypeptide chain; it can include regions preceding and following the coding DNA as well as introns between the exons; it is considered a unit of heredity Synonyms: gene, cistron
factorial (noun) the product of all the integers up to and including a given integer
(adjective) of or relating to factorials
factoring (noun) (mathematics) the resolution of an expression into factors such that when multiplied together they give the original expression Synonyms: factorisation, factorization
factorisation (noun) (mathematics) the resolution of an expression into factors such that when multiplied together they give the original expression Synonyms: factoring, factorization
factorise (verb) resolve (a polynomial) into factors Synonyms: factorize
factorization (noun) (mathematics) the resolution of an expression into factors such that when multiplied together they give the original expression Synonyms: factoring, factorisation
factorize (verb) resolve (a polynomial) into factors Synonyms: factorise
factory (noun) a plant consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing Synonyms: mill, manufactory, manufacturing plant
factotum (noun) a servant employed to do a variety of jobs
factual (adjective) existing in act or fact Synonyms: actual
(adjective) of or relating to or characterized by facts
factuality (noun) the quality of being actual or based on fact Synonyms: factualness
factually (adverb) as a fact or based on fact
factualness (noun) the quality of being actual or based on fact Synonyms: factuality
facula (noun) a bright spot on a planet
(noun) a large bright spot on the sun's photosphere occurring most frequently in the vicinity of sunspots Synonyms: solar facula
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
faculty (noun) one of the inherent cognitive or perceptual powers of the mind Synonyms: mental faculty, module
(noun) the body of teachers and administrators at a school Synonyms: staff
fad (noun) an interest followed with exaggerated zeal Synonyms: furor, furore, rage, craze, cult
faddily (adverb) in a faddish manner Synonyms: faddishly
faddish (adjective) intensely fashionable for a short time Synonyms: faddy
faddishly (adverb) in a faddish manner Synonyms: faddily
faddist (noun) a person who subscribes to a variety of fads
faddy (adjective) intensely fashionable for a short time Synonyms: faddish
fade (noun) a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer Synonyms: slice, slicing
(noun) gradually ceasing to be visible Synonyms: disappearance
(verb) become less clearly visible or distinguishable; disappear gradually or seemingly Synonyms: melt
(verb) lose freshness, vigor, or vitality Synonyms: wither
(verb) disappear gradually Synonyms: pass, pass off, fleet, evanesce, blow over
(verb) become feeble Synonyms: languish
faded (adjective) having lost freshness or brilliance of color Synonyms: washed-out, washy, bleached
(adjective) reduced in strength Synonyms: weakened, attenuate, attenuated
fadedness (noun) The quality of having lost some of a former colour or intensity.
fadeout (noun) a slow or gradual disappearance Synonyms: receding
(noun) a gradual temporary loss of a transmitted signal due to electrical disturbances
fading (noun) weakening in force or intensity Synonyms: attenuation
fado (noun) a sad Portuguese folksong
faecal (adjective) of or relating to feces Synonyms: fecal
faecalith (noun) a hard mass of fecal matter Synonyms: stercolith, coprolith, fecalith
faeces (noun) solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels Synonyms: dejection, ordure, stool, BM, faecal matter, fecal matter, feces
faerie (noun) a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers Synonyms: faery, sprite, fairy, fay
(noun) the enchanted realm of fairies Synonyms: faery, fairyland
faery (noun) a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers Synonyms: faerie, sprite, fairy, fay
(noun) the enchanted realm of fairies Synonyms: faerie, fairyland
fag (verb) act as a servant for older boys, in British public schools
(verb) work hard Synonyms: dig, moil, grind, drudge, toil, travail, labor, labour
(verb) exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress Synonyms: tire, wear, wear down, wear out, outwear, jade, wear upon, weary, fag out, fatigue, tire out
(noun) offensive term for a homosexual man Synonyms: pouf, queen, faggot, fagot, pansy, nance, poof, poove, queer, fairy
(noun) finely ground tobacco wrapped in paper; for smoking Synonyms: cigaret, cigarette, coffin nail, butt
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
faggot (noun) offensive term for a homosexual man Synonyms: pouf, queen, fag, fagot, pansy, nance, poof, poove, queer, fairy
(noun) a bundle of sticks and branches bound together Synonyms: fagot
(verb) ornament or join (fabric) by faggot stitch Synonyms: fagot
(verb) fasten together rods of iron in order to heat or weld them Synonyms: fagot
(verb) bind or tie up in or as if in a faggot Synonyms: faggot up, fagot
faggoting (noun) embroidery in which groups of parallel threads are tied together with fagot stitches Synonyms: fagoting
fagot (noun) offensive term for a homosexual man Synonyms: pouf, queen, fag, faggot, pansy, nance, poof, poove, queer, fairy
(noun) a bundle of sticks and branches bound together Synonyms: faggot
(verb) ornament or join (fabric) by faggot stitch Synonyms: faggot
(verb) fasten together rods of iron in order to heat or weld them Synonyms: faggot
(verb) bind or tie up in or as if in a faggot Synonyms: faggot, faggot up
fagoting (noun) embroidery in which groups of parallel threads are tied together with fagot stitches Synonyms: faggoting
faience (noun) glazed earthenware decorated with opaque colors
fail (verb) fail to do something; leave something undone Synonyms: neglect
(verb) be unsuccessful Synonyms: miscarry, go wrong
(verb) disappoint, prove undependable to; abandon, forsake Synonyms: betray
(verb) stop operating or functioning Synonyms: go, break, break down, give way, die, give out, go bad, conk out
(verb) be unable
(verb) judge unacceptable
(verb) fail to get a passing grade Synonyms: bomb, flunk, flush it
(verb) fall short in what is expected
(verb) become bankrupt or insolvent; fail financially and close
(verb) prove insufficient Synonyms: run out, give out
(verb) deteriorate
failing (noun) a flaw or weak point Synonyms: weakness
(noun) failure to reach a minimum required performance Synonyms: flunk
(adjective) below acceptable in performance
faille (noun) a ribbed woven fabric of silk or rayon or cotton
failure (noun) an act that fails
(noun) an event that does not accomplish its intended purpose
(noun) lack of success
(noun) a person with a record of failing; someone who loses consistently Synonyms: nonstarter, unsuccessful person, loser
(noun) an unexpected omission
(noun) inability to discharge all your debts as they come due Synonyms: bankruptcy
(noun) loss of ability to function normally
fain (adverb) with pleasure Synonyms: gladly, lief
(adjective) having made preparations Synonyms: inclined, disposed, prepared
faineance (noun) the trait of being idle out of a reluctance to work Synonyms: idleness
faineant (adjective) disinclined to work or exertion Synonyms: indolent, otiose, work-shy, slothful, lazy
faint (verb) pass out from weakness, physical or emotional distress due to a loss of blood supply to the brain Synonyms: conk, pass out, swoon
(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
(noun) a spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by insufficient blood to the brain Synonyms: deliquium, swoon, syncope
fainthearted (adjective) lacking conviction or boldness or courage Synonyms: faint, faint-hearted, timid
faintheartedness (noun) the trait of lacking boldness and courage Synonyms: faintness
faintly (adverb) to a faint degree or weakly perceived
faintness (noun) a feeling of faintness and of being ready to swoon
(noun) the property of being without strength
(noun) barely audible
(noun) the trait of lacking boldness and courage Synonyms: faintheartedness
(noun) the quality of being dim or lacking contrast Synonyms: dimness
fair (noun) a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc. Synonyms: funfair, carnival
(noun) gathering of producers to promote business
(noun) a competitive exhibition of farm products
(noun) a sale of miscellany; often for charity Synonyms: bazaar
(adverb) in conformity with the rules or laws and without fraud or cheating Synonyms: clean, fairly
(adverb) without favoring one party, in a fair evenhanded manner Synonyms: evenhandedly, fairly
(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
(verb) join so that the external surfaces blend smoothly
fairground (noun) an open area for holding fairs or exhibitions or circuses
fairish (adjective) not excessive or extreme Synonyms: reasonable, fair
(adjective) (used of hair or skin) pale or light-colored Synonyms: fair
fairlead (noun) a pulley-block used to guide a rope forming part of a ship's rigging to avoid chafing

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