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  • Fabulous (A): wonderful, extremely good, marvelous   We had a fabulous time on the beach.
  • Facetious (Adj): humorous, teasing, joking  He kept interrupting our discussion with facetious comments.
  • Famine (N): Extreme scarcity of food, starvation Thousands died of famine in Africa
  • Fanatic (Adj): an unreasonably zealous man He is a religious fanatic
  • Fastidious (Adj): hard to please, extremely careful, delicate, refined My grandfather is so fastidious about his food that he doesn’t eat In a restaurant.
  • Feasible (Adj): capable of being done, practicable, and possible It is not feasible to eliminate corruption from India.
  • Felicitate (V): wish happiness, to congratulate, express joy or pleasure  They convened a meeting to felicitate him on his success.
  • Ferocious (Adj): fierce, savage, and cruel The tiger is ferocious animal.
  • Fervent (Adj): passionate, zealous, and ardent Swami Vivekananda is a fervent supporter of Hinduism.
  • Fervor (Adj): earnestness, warmth of feeling In India festivals are celebrated with religious fervor.
  • Feud (Adj):  bitter quarrels over a long period of time  The feud caused many deaths in the two families
  • Fiasco (N): a complete or utter failure  The film was a fiasco and closed after 3 days.
  • Fickle (Adj): not constant, changeable, and uncertain He is too fickle minded to succeed in life.
  • Fidelity (N): faithfulness, loyalty The numbers of the gang showed great fidelity to their leader.
  • Filch (V): steals, pilfer Somebody has filched my watch
  • Flagrant (Adj): notorious, scandalous, glaring, openly wrong  Flagrant violations of traffic rules must be dealt with more Severely
  • Flamboyant (Adj): brightly colored or decorated She wears a dress of flamboyant designs.
  • Flimsy (Adj): light and thin, easily torn These shirts are so flimsy.
  • Forbear (V): keep away from, abstain from avoiding voluntarily She showed great forbearance when they made fun of her.
  • Forbid (V): prohibit, prevent, obstruct  I would like to go but my poor health forbids me.
  • Fortuitous (Adj): happening by chance, accidentally The fortuitous falling of an apple led Newton to formulate the law Of gravitation
  • Foster (V): care for, help the growth and development  A good teacher tries to foster a love of learning in his pupils
  • Fractious (Adj): quarrelsome, irritable Many of the staff avoided the manager because of his fractious Character
  • Fragile (Adj): delicate, weak, brittle, and easily broken Those fine glasses are fragile, so pack them carefully
  • Freak (N): an absurd or unnatural idea or incident By some freak of fate they all escaped without injury.
  • Frivolous (Adj): not serious, silly He irritated me with frivolous comments
  • Frugal (Adj): careful not to waste, thrifty  A frugal person can save a lot of money.
  • Fulminate (V): protest loudly and bitterly, oppose strongly  The opposition party fulminate against price rising.
  • Furious (Adj): very angry, enraged The furious teacher canned the boy and injured him.
  • Furore (N): a public outburst, uproar, commotion The Telengana issue create furor in the assembly.
  • Furtive (Adj): done secretly, stealthy He gave a furtive look at her.
  • Forlorn (Adj): desperate, hopeless  He felt totally forlorn and lonely after the death of his only son.
  • Forfeit (V): lost owing to crime or fault  If you cancel your flight, you will forfeit your deposit
  • Formidable (Adj): to be viewed with respect, likely too hard to overcome, resist or Deal with.   The rebels had joined together and formed a formidable   Opposition

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