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facet one of the small, flat, polished surfaces of a cut gem.
face to face very close to; right up to; in person.
face up to to meet bravely.
facial of or relating to the face.
facilitate to make less difficult; help in the doing of.
facility a building made or used for a particular activity. [2 definitions]
facsimile an exact copy or duplicate of something printed or of a picture. [2 definitions]
fact something known or proved to be true. [2 definitions]
factor something that has an influence on something that happens or is one of the causes of it. [3 definitions]
factory a building or set of buildings where products are made by machines.
factual containing facts; true.
faculty an ability or talent for doing a particular thing. [3 definitions]
fad something that is liked by many people for a short amount of time.
fade to lose color. [4 definitions]
Fahrenheit relating to a temperature scale on which water freezes at 32 degrees and boils at 212 degrees. (abbreviated: F)
fail to not do or not succeed in doing; be unable. [7 definitions]
failure the act of not succeeding or not doing. [4 definitions]
faint weak or slight. [4 definitions]
fair1 without showing favor and without allowing an advantage for one side over another; just. [7 definitions]
fair2 a gathering at which farm animals and farm produce are shown and judged. A fair is usually held over several days and includes games and amusements. [2 definitions]
fairground (often plural) an open, flat space where fairs are held.