F — fa fe fi fl fo fr fu fy fj
fa |fɑː| — the syllable naming the fourth (subdominant) note of the diatonic scale in solmization
fab |fæb| — extremely pleasing
Fabian |ˈfeɪbɪən| — a member of the Fabian Society in Britain
fable |ˈfeɪbl| — a deliberately false or improbable account
fabled |ˈfeɪbld| — celebrated in fable or legend
fabler |ˈfeɪblər| — A writer of fables; a fabulist; a dealer in untruths or falsehoods.
fabliau |ˈfæbliːˌəʊ| — The genre of short, farcical often coarse tales written in the North of France in the 12th, 13th and 14th centuries.
fabliaux |ˈfæbliːˌəʊz| — plural form of fabliau
fabric |ˈfæbrɪk| — artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers
fabricant |ˈfæbrɪkənt| — One who fabricates; a manufacturer.
fabricate |ˈfæbrɪkeɪt| — put together out of artificial or natural components or parts
fabricated |ˈfæbrɪˌketəd| — formed or conceived by the imagination
fabrication |ˌfæbrɪˈkeɪʃn| — a deliberately false or improbable account
fabricator |ˈfæbrɪˌketər| — someone who tells lies
fabulist |ˈfæbjəlɪst| — a person who tells or invents fables
fabulosity |ˌfæbjʊˈlɒsɪtɪ| — (uncountable) Fabulousness; the quality of being fabulous; fictitiousness; mythical character.
fabulous |ˈfæbjələs| — extremely pleasing
facade |fəˈsɑːd| — the face or front of a building
face |feɪs| — the front of the human head from the forehead to the chin and ear to ear
face off |ˈfeɪs ˈɒf| — start a game by a face-off
face up |ˈfeɪs ʌp| — deal with (something unpleasant) head on
face-ache |ˈfeɪs eɪk| — Neuralgia in the nerves of the face.
face-to-face |ˌfeɪstəˈfeɪs| — within each other's presence
faceache — (UK, informal) A miserable-looking person
faced |ˈfeɪst| — having a face or facing especially of a specified kind or number; often used in combination
faceguard — A protective guard for the face
faceless |ˈfeɪsləs| — without a face or identity
facer |ˈfeɪsər| — (a dated Briticism) a serious difficulty with which one is suddenly faced
facet |ˈfæsɪt| — a distinct feature or element in a problem
facetiae |fəˈsiːʃiːiː| — (rare) Witty or amusing writings or remarks.
facetious |fəˈsiːʃəs| — cleverly amusing in tone
facetiously |fəˈsiːʃəslɪ| — not seriously
facetiousness |fəˈsiːʃəsnəs| — playful humor
facia |ˈfeɪʃə| — a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs etc
facial |ˈfeɪʃl| — cranial nerve that supplies facial muscles
facile |ˈfæsl| — superficially impressive, but lacking depth and attention to the true complexities of a subject
facilitate |fəˈsɪlɪteɪt| — make easier
facilitated |fəˈsɪləˌtetəd| — simple past tense and past participle of facilitate
facilitation |fəˌsɪlɪˈteɪʃn| — the condition of being made easy (or easier)
facilitative — freeing from difficulty or impediment
facilitator |fəˈsɪlɪteɪtər| — someone who makes progress easier
facilities |fəˈsɪlətɪz| — plural form of facility
facility |fəˈsɪlətɪ| — a building or place that provides a particular service or is used for a particular industry
facing |ˈfeɪsɪŋ| — a lining applied to the edge of a garment for ornamentation or strengthening
facings |ˈfeɪsɪŋz| — plural form of facing
facsimile |fækˈsɪməlɪ| — an exact copy or reproduction
fact |fækt| — a piece of information about circumstances that exist or events that have occurred
fact-finding |ˈfækt faɪndɪŋ| — designed to find information or ascertain facts
faction |ˈfækʃn| — a clique (often secret) that seeks power usually through intrigue
factional |ˈfækʃnəl| — Of, pertaining to, or composed of factions.
factionalism |ˈfækʃənəˌlɪzəm| — The splitting of a group into factions
factious |ˈfækʃəs| — dissenting (especially dissenting with the majority opinion)
factitious |fækˈtɪʃəs| — not produced by natural forces
factitive |ˈfæktətɪv| — (linguistics, of a verb) Causative
factive |ˈfæktɪv| — (linguistics, of a verb) Licensing only those content clauses that represent claims assumed to be true.
factor |ˈfæktər| — anything that contributes causally to a result
factorial |fækˈtɔːrɪəl| — the product of all the integers up to and including a given integer
factory |ˈfæktrɪ| — a plant consisting of one or more buildings with facilities for manufacturing
factotum |fækˈtəʊtəm| — a servant employed to do a variety of jobs
facts |ˈfækts| — plural form of fact
factual |ˈfæktʃʊəl| — existing in act or fact
facultative |ˈfækəlˌtetɪv| — granting a privilege or permission or power to do or not do something
faculty |ˈfækltɪ| — one of the inherent cognitive or perceptual powers of the mind
fad |fæd| — an interest followed with exaggerated zeal
faddiness |ˈfædɪnɪs| — The quality of being faddy.
faddish |ˈfædɪʃ| — intensely fashionable for a short time
faddist |ˈfædɪst| — a person who subscribes to a variety of fads
faddy |ˈfædɪ| — intensely fashionable for a short time
fade |feɪd| — a golf shot that curves to the right for a right-handed golfer
fade away |ˈfeɪd əˈweɪ| — become weaker
fade out |ˈfeɪd ˈaʊt| — become weaker
fade-in |ɪn| — A type of transition used in visual media, in which the transition is at first black, fading to a visual image.
fade-out |ˈfeɪdˈaʊt| — A gradual disappearance.
fadeaway |ˈfeɪdəˈweɪ| — An instance of fading away, of diminishing in proximity or intensity.
faded |ˈfeɪdəd| — having lost freshness or brilliance of color
fadeless |ˈfeɪdlɪs| — Not fading; eternal
fading |ˈfeɪdɪŋ| — weakening in force or intensity
faeces |ˈfiːsiːz| — solid excretory product evacuated from the bowels
faerie |ˈfeərɪ| — a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers
faery |ˈfeərɪ| — a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers
fag |fæɡ| — offensive term for a homosexual man
fag out |ˈfæɡ ˈaʊt| — exhaust or get tired through overuse or great strain or stress
faggot |ˈfæɡət| — offensive term for a homosexual man
fagot |ˈfæɡət| — offensive term for a homosexual man
Fahrenheit |ˈfærənhaɪt| — German physicist who invented the mercury thermometer and developed the scale of temperature that bears his name (1686-1736)
faience |ˌfeɪˈɑːns| — glazed earthenware decorated with opaque colors
fail |feɪl| — fail to do something; leave something undone
failed |feɪld| — Simple past tense and past participle of fail.
failing |ˈfeɪlɪŋ| — a flaw or weak point
faille |faɪl| — a ribbed woven fabric of silk or rayon or cotton
failure |ˈfeɪljər| — an act that fails
fain |feɪn| — in a willing manner
faineant |ˈfeɪniːənt| — disinclined to work or exertion
faint |feɪnt| — a spontaneous loss of consciousness caused by insufficient blood to the brain
faint-hearted |feɪnt ˈhɑːrtɪd| — lacking conviction or boldness or courage
faint-heartedness — The quality or state of being fainthearted.
fainting |ˈfeɪntɪŋ| — An act of collapsing to a state to temporary unconsciousness.
faintly |ˈfeɪntlɪ| — to a faint degree or weakly perceived
faintness |ˈfeɪntnəs| — a feeling of faintness and of being ready to swoon
fair |fer| — a traveling show; having sideshows and rides and games of skill etc.
fair-haired |ˈfer ˈˌhe(ə)rd| — favorite
fair-weather |ˈweðər| — Suitable for use only during fair weather
fairing |ˈferɪŋ| — Present participle of fair.
fairly |ˈferlɪ| — to certain extent or degree
fairness |ˈfernəs| — conformity with rules or standards
fairway |ˈferweɪ| — the area between the tee and putting green where the grass is cut short
fairy |ˈferɪ| — a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers
fairy-tale |ˈfeərɪteɪl| — A folktale featuring fairies or similar fantasy characters.
Fairyland |ˈferɪlænd| — something existing solely in the imagination (but often mistaken for reality)
fairytale |ˈferɪˌtel| — a story about fairies; told to amuse children
faith |feɪθ| — a strong belief in a supernatural power or powers that control human destiny
faithful |ˈfeɪθfl| — any loyal and steadfast following
faithfully |ˈfeɪθfəlɪ| — in a faithful manner
faithfulness |ˈfeɪθflnəs| — the quality of being faithful
faithless |ˈfeɪθləs| — having the character of, or characteristic of, a traitor
fake |feɪk| — something that is a counterfeit; not what it seems to be
faked |ˈfeɪkt| — simple past tense and past participle of fake
faker |ˈfeɪkər| — a person who makes deceitful pretenses
fakir |fəˈkɪr| — a Muslim or Hindu mendicant monk who is regarded as a holy man
falange |fəˈlan(d)ʒ| — the Spanish Nazi party under Franco
Falangist |fəˈlændʒɪst| — a Spanish member of General Franco's political party
falcate |ˈfælkeɪt| — curved like a sickle
falcated — Hooked or bent like a sickle; as, a falcate leaf; a falcate claw; -- said also of the moon, or a planet, when horned or crescent-formed.
falchion |ˈfɔːltʃən| — a short broad slightly convex medieval sword with a sharp point
falciform |ˈfælsʌˌfɔːrm| — curved like a sickle
falcon |ˈfælkən| — diurnal birds of prey having long pointed powerful wings adapted for swift flight
falconer |ˈfælkənər| — a person who breeds and trains hawks and who follows the sport of falconry
falconet |ˈfalkənət| — A small or young falcon
falconry |ˈfælkənrɪ| — the art of training falcons to hunt and return
falderal |ˈfældʌˌræl| — Alternative spelling of folderol.
falderol — ornamental objects of no great value
faldstool |ˈfɔːldˌstuːl| — A portable, folding chair used by a bishop when away from his throne
fall |fɔːl| — the season when the leaves fall from the trees
fall away |ˈfɑːl əˈweɪ| — get worse
fall back |ˈfɑːl ˈbæk| — fall backwards and down
fall behind |ˈfɑːl bəˈhaɪnd| — retreat
fall down |ˈfɑːl ˈdaʊn| — lose an upright position suddenly
fall in |ˈfɑːl ɪn| — break down, literally or metaphorically
fall off |ˈfɑːl ˈɒf| — come off
fall out |ˈfɑːl ˈaʊt| — have a breach in relations
fall over |ˈfɑːl ˈəʊvər| — fall forward and down
fall through |ˈfɑːl θruː| — fail utterly; collapse
fall-guy |ˈfɔːlˈɡaɪ| — one who is gullible and easily duped
fall-out |aʊt| — Alternative spelling of fallout.
fallacious |fəˈleɪʃəs| — containing or based on a fallacy
fallaciously |fəˈleɪʃəslɪ| — In a fallacious manner, erroneously, illogically.
fallaciousness — result of a fallacy or error in reasoning
fallacy |ˈfæləsɪ| — a misconception resulting from incorrect reasoning
fallal — cheap showy jewelry or ornament on clothing
fallback |ˈfɔːlbæk| — to break off a military action with an enemy
fallen |ˈfɔːlən| — having dropped by the force of gravity
fallibility |ˌfæləˈbɪlətɪ| — the likelihood of making errors
fallible |ˈfæləbl| — wanting in moral strength, courage, or will; having the attributes of man as opposed to e.g. divine beings
falling |ˈfɑːlɪŋ| — decreasing in amount or degree
fallout |ˈfɔːlaʊt| — the radioactive particles that settle to the ground after a nuclear explosion
fallow |ˈfæləʊ| — cultivated land that is not seeded for one or more growing seasons
fallow-deer |ˈfæləʊ dɪər| — A ruminant mammal (Dama dama) belonging to the family Cervidae.
falls |ˈfɒlz| — the petals or sepals of a flower that bend downward (especially the outer perianth of an iris)
false |fɔːls| — arising from error
false-hearted |ˌfɔːlsˈhɑːrtəd| — Disloyal, perfidious.
falsehood |ˈfɔːlshʊd| — a false statement
falsely |ˈfɔːlslɪ| — in an insincerely false manner
falseness |ˈfɔːlsnəs| — the state of being false or untrue
falsetto |fɔːlˈsetəʊ| — a male singing voice with artificially high tones in an upper register
falsework |ˈfɔːlsˌwɜːrk| — (engineering) A temporary framework used in the building of bridges and arched structures in order to hold items in place until the structure is able to support itself.
falsification |ˌfɔːlsɪfɪˈkeɪʃn| — any evidence that helps to establish the falsity of something
falsified |ˈfɒlsəˌfaɪd| — Demonstrated to be false.
falsifier |ˈfɔːlsɪfaɪə| — someone who falsifies
falsify |ˈfɔːlsɪfaɪ| — make false by mutilation or addition; as of a message or story
falsity |ˈfɔːlsətɪ| — the state of being false or untrue
falter |ˈfɔːltər| — the act of pausing uncertainly
faltering |ˈfɒltərɪŋ| — the act of pausing uncertainly
falx |fælks| — a short Dacian sword that resembles a sickle
fame |feɪm| — the state or quality of being widely honored and acclaimed
famed |feɪmd| — widely known and esteemed
familial |fəˈmɪlɪəl| — occurring among members of a family usually by heredity
familiar |fəˈmɪlɪər| — a person attached to the household of a high official (as a pope or bishop) who renders service in return for support
familiarity |fəˌmɪlɪˈærətɪ| — personal knowledge or information about someone or something
familiarization |fəˌmɪljəraɪˈzeɪʃən| — the experience of becoming familiar with something
familiarize |fəˈmɪlɪəraɪz| — make familiar or conversant with
familiarly |fəˈmɪlɪəlɪ| — in an intimately familiar manner
family |ˈfæməlɪ| — a social unit living together
famine |ˈfæmɪn| — an acute insufficiency
famish |ˈfæmɪʃ| — be hungry; go without food
famished |ˈfæmɪʃt| — extremely hungry
famishment — a state of extreme hunger resulting from lack of essential nutrients over a prolonged period
famous |ˈfeɪməs| — widely known and esteemed
famously |ˈfeɪməslɪ| — in a manner or to an extent that is well known
famuli |ˈfæmjʊlaɪ| — plural form of famulus
famulus |ˈfamjʊləs| — a close attendant (as to a scholar)
fan |fæn| — a device for creating a current of air by movement of a surface or surfaces
fan out |ˈfanˌaʊt| — move outward
fan-shaped — shaped in the form of a fan
fanatic |fəˈnætɪk| — a person motivated by irrational enthusiasm (as for a cause)
fanatical |fəˈnætɪkl| — marked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea
fanaticism |fəˈnætɪsɪzəm| — excessive intolerance of opposing views
fancied |ˈfænsɪd| — formed or conceived by the imagination
fancier |ˈfænsɪər| — a person having a strong liking for something
fanciful |ˈfænsɪfl| — indulging in or influenced by fancy
fancy |ˈfænsɪ| — something many people believe that is false
fancy-ball |ˈfænsɪˈbɔːl| — (dated) A ball where guests come in fancy dress.
fancy-dress |dres| — (UK) A costume, disguise to masquerade as something or someone else.
fancy-free |ˌfænsɪ ˈfriː| — having no commitments or responsibilities; carefree
fancywork |ˈfansɪwɜːk| — decorative needlework
fandango |fænˈdæŋɡəʊ| — a provocative Spanish courtship dance in triple time; performed by a man and a woman playing castanets
fandom |ˈfandəm| — the fans of a sport or famous person
fane |ˈfeɪn| — A temple or sacred place.
fanfare |ˈfænfer| — a gaudy outward display
fanfaron — (obsolete) bully
fanfaronade |ˈfænfʌrəˈneɪd| — Empty boasting, wildly self-assertive
fang |fæŋ| — a Bantu language spoken in Cameroon
fanlight |ˈfænlaɪt| — a window above a door that is usually hinged to a horizontal crosspiece over the door
fanner |ˈfænə| — One who fans.
fanny |ˈfænɪ| — the fleshy part of the human body that you sit on
fantail |ˈfænˌtel| — an overhang consisting of the fan-shaped part of the deck extending aft of the sternpost of a ship
fantasia |fænˈteɪzɪə| — a musical composition of a free form usually incorporating several familiar themes
fantasize |ˈfæntəsaɪz| — indulge in fantasies
fantasm |ˈfæntəsɪz| — a ghostly appearing figure
fantastic |fænˈtæstɪk| — ludicrously odd
fantastical |fænˈtæstɪkəl| — existing in fancy only
fantasticality |fænˌtæstɪˈkælɪtɪ| — The quality of being fantastical.
fantasy |ˈfæntəsɪ| — imagination unrestricted by reality
fantoccini |ˌfæntʌˈtʃiːniː| — Puppets caused to perform dramatic scenes by means of machinery.
fantom — Alternative spelling of phantom.
faquir |ˈfɑːkɪə| — a Muslim or Hindu mendicant monk who is regarded as a holy man
far |fɑːr| — a terrorist organization that seeks to overthrow the government dominated by Tutsi and to institute Hutu control again
far-away |ˈfɑːrəweɪ| — Alternative spelling of faraway.
Far-Eastern |ˈfɑːrˈiːstən| — Of or pertaining to the Far East.
far-famed |fɑːr ˈfeɪmd| — widely known and esteemed
far-fetched |fɑːr ˈfetʃt| — (of an idea or story) so exaggerated or ludicrous as to be improbable
far-flung |fɑːr ˈflʌŋ| — distributed over a considerable extent
far-off |ˈfɑrˈɔːf| — very far away in space or time
far-out |aʊt| — (informal) strikingly unconventional
far-reaching |fɑːr ˈriːtʃɪŋ| — Alternative spelling of far-reaching.
far-sighted |fɑːr ˈsaɪtɪd| — Alternative form of farsighted.
farad |ˈfæræd| — the capacitance of a capacitor that has an equal and opposite charge of 1 coulomb on each plate and a voltage difference of 1 volt between the plates
faradization |ˌfærədɪˈzeɪʃən| — (medicine) The therapeutic application of the faradic, or induced, electrical current.
faraway |ˈfɑːrəweɪ| — very far away in space or time
farce |fɑːrs| — a comedy characterized by broad satire and improbable situations
farceur |fɑːˈsɜː| — A person who writes farces, or who performs in them
farcical |ˈfɑːrsɪkl| — broadly or extravagantly humorous; resembling farce
farcically |ˈfæsɪkəlɪ| — in a farcical manner
farcy |ˈfɑːrsiː| — A contagious disease of horses, resembling glanders.
fardel |ˈfɑːrdəl| — a burden (figuratively in the form of a bundle)
fare |fer| — an agenda of things to do
farewell |ˌferˈwel| — an acknowledgment or expression of goodwill at parting
farfetched |ˌfɑːrˈfetʃt| — (of an idea or story) so exaggerated or ludicrous as to be improbable
farina |fəˈriːnə| — fine meal made from cereal grain especially wheat; often used as a cooked cereal or in puddings
farinaceous |ˌfærɪˈneɪʃəs| — resembling starch
farinose |ˈfærʌnəʊs| — Yielding or related to farina; as, farinose substances.
farm |fɑːrm| — workplace consisting of farm buildings and cultivated land as a unit
farm out |ˈfɑːrm ˈaʊt| — arranged for contracted work to be done by others
farmer |ˈfɑːrmər| — a person who operates a farm
farmhand |ˈfɑːrmhænd| — a hired hand on a farm
farmhouse |ˈfɑːrmhaʊs| — house for a farmer and family
farming |ˈfɑːrmɪŋ| — the practice of cultivating the land or raising stock
farmland |ˈfɑːrmlænd| — a rural area where farming is practiced
farmstead |ˈfɑːrmsted| — the buildings and adjacent grounds of a farm
farmyard |ˈfɑːrmjɑːrd| — an area adjacent to farm buildings
faro |ˈferəʊ| — a card game in which players bet against the dealer on the cards he will draw from a dealing box
farouche |fʌˈɑːuːʃ| — Sullen or recalcitrant.
farraginous |fəˈrædʒʌnəs| — (now rare) Random, miscellaneous, indiscriminate.
farrago |fəˈrɑːɡəʊ| — a motley assortment of things
farrier |ˈfærɪər| — a person who shoes horses
farriery |ˈfæriːəriː| — (uncountable) the work done by a farrier
farrow |ˈfærəʊ| — the production of a litter of pigs
farseeing — capable of seeing to a great distance
farsighted |ˈfɑrˌsɑɪtɪd| — planning prudently for the future
farsightedness |ˌfɑːrˈsaɪtədnəs| — a reduced ability to focus on near objects caused by loss of elasticity of the crystalline lens after age 45
fart |fɑːrt| — a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anus
farter |ˈfaːtə| — Someone or something that farts.
farther |ˈfɑrðər| — to or at a greater extent or degree or a more advanced stage (`further' is used more often than `farther' in this abstract sense)
farthermost |ˈfɑːrθərˌməʊst| — (comparatives of `far') most remote in space or time or order
farthest |ˈfɑːrðɪst| — to the greatest distance in space or time (`farthest' is used more often than `furthest' in this physical sense)
farthing |ˈfɑːrðɪŋ| — a former British bronze coin worth a quarter of a penny
farthingale |ˈfɑːrðɪŋɡeɪl| — a hoop worn beneath a skirt to extend it horizontally; worn by European women in the 16th and 17th centuries
farting |ˈfɑːrtɪŋ| — a reflex that expels intestinal gas through the anus
fasces |ˈfæsiːz| — bundle of rods containing an axe with the blade protruding; in ancient Rome it was a symbol of a magistrate's power; in modern Italy it is a symbol of fascism
fascia |ˈfeɪʃə| — a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs etc
fasciae |ˈfæʃiːˌiː| — plural form of fascia
fasciation — The binding-up of a limb etc. with bandages.
fascicle |ˈfasək(ə)l| — an installment of a printed work
fascicule |ˈfæsʌˌkjuːl| — an installment of a printed work
fascinate |ˈfæsɪneɪt| — cause to be interested or curious
fascinated |ˈfæsəˌnetəd| — having your attention fixated as though by a spell
fascinating |ˈfæsɪneɪtɪŋ| — capable of arousing and holding the attention
fascination |ˌfæsɪˈneɪʃn| — the state of being intensely interested (as by awe or terror)
fascinator |ˈfæsɪneɪtər| — A fascinating person
fascine |fæˈsiːn| — (fortification) A cylindrical bundle of small sticks of wood, bound together, used in raising batteries, filling ditches, strengthening ramparts, and making parapets; also in revetments for river banks, and in mats for dams, jetties, etc.
fascism |ˈfæʃɪzəm| — a political theory advocating an authoritarian hierarchical government (as opposed to democracy or liberalism)
fascist |ˈfæʃɪst| — an adherent of fascism or other authoritarian views
fash |fæʃ| — (Scotland, Geordie, Northern England) To worry; to bother, annoy.
fashion |ˈfæʃn| — how something is done or how it happens
fashion-plate |ˈfæʃənpleɪt| — A picture, usually a full-page advertisement, showing the latest fashion in clothing.
fashionable |ˈfæʃnəbl| — popular and considered appealing or fashionable at the time
fashionably |ˈfæʃnəblɪ| — in a fashionable manner
fashioner |ˈfæʃʌnər| — One who fashions something; the maker or designer.
fashionmonger — someone who advises you about fashionable clothing
fast |fæst| — abstaining from food
fast-growing — tending to spread quickly
fast-paced — of communication that proceeds rapidly
fast-talk |ˈfɑːsttɔːk| — To use clever talk in order to persuade someone to do something rash.
fasten |ˈfæsn| — cause to be firmly attached
fastened |ˈfæsənd| — firmly closed or secured
fastener |ˈfæsənər| — a person who fastens or makes fast
fastening |ˈfæsnɪŋ| — restraint that attaches to something or holds something in place
faster |ˈfæstər| — more quickly
fastest |ˈfæstəst| — most quickly
fasti |ˈfæstiː| — The calendar in Ancient Rome, which gave the days for festivals, courts, etc., corresponding to a modern almanac.
fastidious |fæˈstɪdɪəs| — giving careful attention to detail; hard to please; excessively concerned with cleanliness
fastidiousness |fəˈstɪdɪəsnəs| — the trait of being meticulous about matters of taste or style
fastigiate |faˈstɪdʒɪət| — having clusters of erect branches (often appearing to form a single column)
fasting |ˈfæstɪŋ| — abstaining from food
fastness |ˈfæstnəs| — a rate (usually rapid) at which something happens
fat |fæt| — a soft greasy substance occurring in organic tissue and consisting of a mixture of lipids (mostly triglycerides)
fat-free |fatˈfriː| — without fat or fat solids
fatal |ˈfeɪtl| — having momentous consequences; of decisive importance
fatalism |ˈfeɪtəlɪzəm| — a submissive mental attitude resulting from acceptance of the doctrine that everything that happens is predetermined and inevitable
fatalistic |ˌfeɪtəˈlɪstɪk| — of or relating to fatalism
fatality |fəˈtælətɪ| — a death resulting from an accident or a disaster
fatally |ˈfeɪtəlɪ| — with fatal consequences or implications
fate |feɪt| — an event (or a course of events) that will inevitably happen in the future
fated |ˈfeɪtəd| — (usually followed by `to') determined by tragic fate
fateful |ˈfeɪtfl| — having momentous consequences; of decisive importance
fatefully |ˈfeɪtfʊlɪ| — in a prophetically fateful manner
fathead |ˈfatˌhed| — a man who is a stupid incompetent fool
fatheaded — (used informally) stupid
father |ˈfɑːðər| — a male parent (also used as a term of address to your father)
father-figure |ˈfɑːðəˌfɪɡə| — a man (often a powerful or influential man) who arouses emotions usually felt for your real father and with whom you identify psychologically
father-in-law |ˈfɑːðə ɪn lɔː| — the father of your spouse
fatherhood |ˈfɑːðərhʊd| — the kinship relation between an offspring and the father
fatherland |ˈfɑːðərlænd| — the country where you were born
fatherless |ˈfɑːðərləs| — having no living father
fatherlike — like or befitting a father or fatherhood; kind and protective
fatherly |ˈfɑːðərlɪ| — like or befitting a father or fatherhood; kind and protective
fathers |ˈfɑːðə| — plural form of father
fathom |ˈfæðəm| — a linear unit of measurement (equal to 6 feet) for water depth
fathometer |fæˈðɒmɪtə| — depth finder for determining depth of water or a submerged object by means of ultrasound waves
fathomless |ˈfæðəmləs| — Very deep (especially of water deeper than a lead line can measure); bottomless
fatidical |fəˈtɪdɪkəl| — Having power to foretell future events; prophetic; fatiloquent.
fatigue |fəˈtiːɡ| — temporary loss of strength and energy resulting from hard physical or mental work
fatiguing |fəˈtiːɡɪŋ| — Present participle of fatigue.
fatless |ˈfætlɪs| — without fat or fat solids
fatness |ˈfætnəs| — excess bodily weight
fatso |ˈfætsəʊ| — a rotund individual
fatten |ˈfætn| — make fat or plump
fattened |ˈfætənd| — (of market animals) made ready for market
fatty |ˈfætɪ| — a rotund individual
fatuity |fəˈtjuːɪtɪ| — a ludicrous folly
fatuous |ˈfætʃʊəs| — extremely silly or stupid
fatuously |ˈfætʃʊəslɪ| — vacuously or complacently and unconsciously foolish
fatuousness |ˈfætʃʊəsnəs| — a ludicrous folly
faubourg |ˈfəʊbʊr| — a New Orleans district lying outside the original city limits; used in combination with the names of various quarters of the city
fauces |ˈfɔːsiːz| — the passage between the back of the mouth and the pharynx
faucet |ˈfɔːsɪt| — a regulator for controlling the flow of a liquid from a reservoir
faugh |fɔː| — (dated) An exclamation of disgust, especially for a smell, or contempt.
fault |fɔːlt| — a wrong action attributable to bad judgment or ignorance or inattention
faultfinding |ˈfɔːltˌfaɪndɪŋ| — persistent petty and unjustified criticism
faultless |ˈfɔːltləs| — without fault or error
faulty |ˈfɔːltɪ| — having a defect
faun |fɔːn| — ancient Italian deity in human shape, with horns, pointed ears and a goat's tail; equivalent to Greek satyr
fauna |ˈfɔːnə| — all the animal life in a particular region or period
faunae |ˈfɔːniː| — plural form of fauna
favela |fæˈvelə| — A slum or shantytown, especially in Brazil
favor |ˈfeɪvər| — an act of gracious kindness
favorable |ˈfeɪvərəbəl| — presaging or likely to bring good luck or a good outcome
favorably |ˈfeɪvərəblɪ| — showing approval
favored |ˈfeɪvərd| — preferred above all others and treated with partiality
favorite |ˈfeɪvərɪt| — something regarded with special favor or liking
favoritism |ˈfeɪvərəˌtɪzəm| — an inclination to favor some person or group
favour |ˈfeɪvər| — a feeling of favorable regard
favourable |ˈfeɪvərəbl| — presaging or likely to bring good luck or a good outcome
favourably |ˈfeɪvərəblɪ| — showing approval
favoured |ˈfeɪvərd| — Treated or regarded with partiality.
favourite |ˈfeɪvərɪt| — a competitor thought likely to win
favouritism |ˈfeɪvərɪtɪzəm| — an inclination to favor some person or group
fawn |fɔːn| — a color or pigment varying around a light grey-brown color
fawn-colored — having the color of a fawn
fawn-coloured |ˈfɔːnˌkʌləd| — having the color of a fawn
fawning |ˈfɒnɪŋ| — attempting to win favor from influential people by flattery
fax |fæks| — duplicator that transmits the copy by wire or radio
fay |ˈfeɪ| — a small being, human in form, playful and having magical powers
faze |feɪz| — disturb the composure of