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LETTER F
 façade
 
1000    
front, face, elevation, front view
 fabian
 
1000    
dilatory, inactive, procrastinating, delaying
 fable
 
1000    
story, tale, parable, apologue, allegory, myth, legend
 fabler
 
1000    
fabulist, writer of fables
 fabric
 
1000    
building, structure, edifice, pile
 fabricate
 
1000    
frame, construct, build
 fabrication
 
1000    
construction
 fabulist
 
1000    
fabler, writer of fables
 fabulous
 
1000    
invented, feigned, fictitious, unreal, fabricated, coined
 fac-simile
 
1000    
exact copy, reproduction
 face
 
1000    
surface, external part
 face-guard
 
1000    
mask, beaver
 facet
 
1000    
small face or surface
 facetiae
 
1000    
witticisms, jokes, pleasantry, witty sayings, sallies of wit, bits of humor
 facetious
 
1000    
witty, jocular, jocose, humorous, waggish, funny, comical, pleasant, droll
 facile
 
1000    
easy
 facilitate
 
1000    
make easy, render less difficult
 facility
 
1000    
easiness, ease
 fact
 
1000    
incident, event, occurrence, circumstance, act, deed, performance, thing done
 faction
 
1000    
combination, cabal, junto, clique, party
 factious
 
1000    
turbulent, seditious, refractory, recalcitrant, rebellious, given to faction
 factitious
 
1000    
artificial, made by art, not natural
 factor
 
1000    
agent, substitute, consignee, middleman, go-between, broker, commission merchant
 factory
 
1000    
residence of factors
 factotum
 
1000    
doer of all work, jack-at-all-trades
 faculty
 
1000    
power, capability, ability, capacity, endowment, property, quality
 fade
 
1000    
vanish, disappear, evanesce, pass away, be seen no more
 fadeless
 
1000    
unfading, undeclining, undecaying, unwithering, enduring, changeless
 fadge
 
1000    
suit, fit, agree, harmonize, be suitable
 faeces
 
1000    
sediment, dregs, lees, settlings
 fag
 
1000    
droop, sink, flag, grow weary, become fatigued, be tired
 fagged
 
1000    
wearied, tired, fatigued, exhausted, jaded, used up, beat out
 fagot
 
1000    
bundle of stricks, fascine
 fail
 
1000    
fall short, come short, be insufficient, be deficient, be wanting
 failing
 
1000    
decline, decay
 failure
 
1000    
deficiency, defectiveness, shortcoming
 fain
 
1000    
glad, pleased, rejoiced, well-pleased, eager, inclined, anxious
 faint
 
1000    
swoon, faint away
 faint-hearted
 
1000    
timid, timorous, fearful, cowardly, dastardly, faint
 fair
 
1000    
spotless, unspotted, untarnished, unblemished, unstained
 fair-minded
 
1000    
candid, just, equitable, impartial, unbiassed
 fair-spoken
 
1000    
civil, courteous, bland, complaisant gracious
 fairy
 
1000    
fay, elf, pigwidgeon
 faith
 
1000    
belief, credence, credit, trust, assurance, confidence, dependence, reliance
 faithful
 
1000    
true, loyal, devoted, constant
 faithless
 
1000    
unbelieving
 faithlessness
 
1000    
unbelief
 falcate
 
1000    
hooked, sickle-shaped
 falchion
 
1000    
cimeter
 falcon
 
1000    
hawk
 fall
 
1000    
drop, descend, sink, drop down
 fallacious
 
1000    
deceptive, delusive, deceiving, illusive, illusory, misleading, disappointing, false
 fallacy
 
1000    
illusion, deception, deceit, delusion, mistake, error, misconception, misapprehension
 fallibility
 
1000    
frailty, imperfection, uncertainty, liability to error
 fallible
 
1000    
frail, imperfect, weak, ignorant, uncertain, erring, liable to error or mistake
 falling-sickness
 
1000    
epilepsy
 falling-star
 
1000    
shooting-star, meteor
 fallow
 
1000    
pale red or pale yellow
 fallow-chat
 
1000    
fallow-finch
 fallow-finch
 
1000    
oenanthe, wheat-ear
 false
 
1000    
untrue, unveracious, mendacious, lying, contrary to truth
 false-hearted
 
1000    
perfidious, treacherous, faithless, false, double, double-tongued, double-faced, dishonorable, disloyal
 falsehood
 
1000    
falsity, want of truth, inconformity to fact or truth
 falsetto
 
1000    
head voice
 falsify
 
1000    
belie, misrepresent, counterfeit, misstate, garble, represent falsely
 falsity
 
1000    
falsehood, want of truth, inconformity to fact or truth
 falter
 
1000    
hesitate, stammer, stutter
 fame
 
1000    
rumor, report, bruit, hearsay
 familiar
 
1000    
conversant, well acquainted, well versed
 familiarity
 
1000    
acquaintance, familiar knowledge, etc
 familiarize
 
1000    
accustom, habituate, inure, use, train
 family
 
1000    
household, parents and children
 famine
 
1000    
dearth, scarcity of food
 famish
 
1000    
starve, kill or destroy with hunger
 famous
 
1000    
celebrated, renowned, distinguished, illustrious, eminent, remarkable, famed, noted, far-famed
 fan
 
1000    
use a fan upon, cool or refresh with a fan
 fan-cricket
 
1000    
fen-cricket, churr-worm, mole-cricket
 fanatic
 
1000    
enthusiast, visionary, zealot, wild enthusiast, frenzied zealot, unreasoning visionary
 fanaticism
 
1000    
religious frenzy, irrational enthusiasm, rabid zeal
 fanciful
 
1000    
visionary, imaginative, whimsical, capricious
 fancy
 
1000    
imagination, which see
 fane
 
1000    
temple, church, shrine, sanctuary
 fanfare
 
1000    
flourish of trumpets
 fanfaron
 
1000    
bully, hector, blusterer, swaggerer, vaporer, braggadocio
 fanfaronade
 
1000    
bluster, swaggering, boasting, bragging, bullying, hectoring, gasconade, braggadocio
 fang
 
1000    
tusk, pointed tooth
 fantasia
 
1000    
fantastical air, capricious composition, capriccio
 fantastic
 
1000    
imaginary, fanciful, chimerical, visionary, unreal, merely ideal
 fantasy
 
1000    
fancy
 far-famed
 
1000    
illustrious, celebrated, renowned, eminent, distinguished, famed famous
 far-fetched
 
1000    
recondite, abstruse, forced, strained, catachrestic, studiously sought
 far-sighted
 
1000    
long-sighted
 farce
 
1000    
burlesque, caricature, travesty, parody, after-piece, low comedy, ludicrous representation
 farcical
 
1000    
droll, ludicrous, ridiculous, absurd
 fardel
 
1000    
bundle, pack, burden, load
 fare
 
1000    
go, pass, travel, journey
 farewell
 
1000    
adieu, good-by
 farina
 
1000    
flour or meal
 farinaceous
 
998    
yielding farina or flour
 farm
 
1000    
landed estate

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