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Words starting with F

Frontage meaning

Noun: frontage Pronunciation: (frún-tij) Frontage meaning: The extent of land abutting on a street or water The direction in which something (such as a building) faces The face or front of a building Synonyms: facade, …

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Fearless meaning

Meaning of fearless

Adjective: fearless Pronunciation:(feer-lus) Fearless meaning: Invulnerable to fear or intimidation Synonyms: audacious, brave, dauntless, hardy, intrepid, unfearing  Oblivious of dangers, perils or calmly resolute in facing them Synonyms: unafraid Quotations: Veronica Roth – Becoming fearless …

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Feigning meaning


Noun: feigning Pronunciation:  (fey-ning) Feigning meaning: Pretending with intention to deceive Synonyms: pretense, pretense, dissembling The act of giving a false appearance Synonyms: pretense, pretense, pretending, simulation Verb: feign Pronunciation:(feyn) Feigning meaning: Make believe with …

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Footslog meaning

Verb: footslog Pronunciation: (‘fût,slóg) Footslog meaning: Walk heavily and firmly, as when weary, or through mud Synonyms: slog, plod, trudge, pad, tramp, tromp Derived forms: footslogged, footslogging, footslogs Quotations: Jill Barnett – This is not …

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Fastuous meaning

fastuous meaning

Adjective: fastuous Pronunciation: (fas-choo-us) Fastuous meaning: Proud; haughty; disdainful; arrogant Ostentatious or very showy. Synonyms: ostentatious, haughty, disdainful, scornful Related terms: fastuousness Quotations: Loren Berengere – It’s not fastuous, not circuitous, and not hotchpotch. It’s …

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Fatigue meaning

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Noun: fatigue Pronunciation: (fu’teeg) Fatigue meaning: Temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work. Synonyms: weariness, tiredness, enervate Used of materials (especially metals) in a weakened state caused by long …

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Featherbed meaning


Noun: featherbed Pronunciation: (fe-dhu,bed) Featherbed meaning: A mattress stuffed with feathers. Synonym: feather bed Verb: featherbed Featherbed meaning: Treat with excessive indulgence. Synonyms: cocker, coddle, cosset, indulge, mollycoddle, pamper, baby, spoil Hire more workers than …

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Faze meaning

faze meaning

Verb: faze Pronunciation: (feyz) Faze meaning: Disturb the composure of or to cause to feel afraid or uncertain. Synonyms: enervate, rattle, unnerve, abash, confound, discomfit, disconcert, fluster, mortify, nonplus Quotations: Alan Trammell – It’s not …

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Fiasco meaning

dead duck meaning

Noun: fiasco Pronunciation: (fee’as-kow) Fiasco meaning: A disastrous or embarrassing failure. Synonyms: debacle, collapse Quotations:  Edwina Pendarvis – I’ve really enjoyed it. I especially like working with the students and professors. But, what was most stressful was …

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Facsimile meaning

facsimile meaning

Noun: facsimile Pronunciation: (fak’si-mu-lee) Facsimile meaning: An exact copy or reproduction. A system of transmitting and reproducing graphic matter by means of signals sent over telephone lines. Synonyms: carbon copy, fax machine Quotations:Michael J. Fox …

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