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falter to move, speak, or act in a way that is not sure or not steady; stumble. [2 definitions]
fame the condition of being well known or respected by a great number of people.
familiar known by many people; easily recognized. [3 definitions]
family a group made up of a parent or parents and their children. [5 definitions]
family room a large room in which a family gets together to relax, talk, or play games.
famine a great lack of food over a wide area.
famous recognized or liked by the public.
fan1 a device that is waved back and forth with the hand to cool the face or body. [3 definitions]
fan2 a person who is very interested in a sport or a performing art, or in a person who does that activity.
fanatic a person who is enthusiastic about something in a way that is extreme or not reasonable. [2 definitions]
fancy something pictured in the mind or wished for that may not be based on reason or real life. [7 definitions]
fang a long, pointed tooth. Some animals use their fangs to hold and tear prey. Some snakes have hollow fangs through which they inject poison.
fantastic wildly imaginative and incredible. [3 definitions]
fantasy imagination or something imagined. [2 definitions]
far at or to a long distance in space or time. [4 definitions]
far and wide over a great distance; everywhere.
faraway distant or remote. [2 definitions]
fare the price paid to ride on a bus, train, taxi, or airplane, or a passenger who pays this price. [2 definitions]
farewell "may you fare well"; "good-bye and good wishes." [2 definitions]
farm an area of land, along with buildings and equipment, used to grow crops or raise animals for food or clothing. [4 definitions]
farmer a person who owns or runs a farm.