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for hire available for service or use in return for a payment of money.
for instance as an example; for example.
fork a tool with a handle and two or more points. Small forks are used for eating. Large forks are used for digging and pitching hay. [4 definitions]
fork out (informal) to hand over, without being completely willing.
fork over (informal) to hand over, without being completely willing.
fork up (informal) to hand over, without being completely willing.
form structure or shape. [8 definitions]
formal following accepted rules for doing something; proper, legal, or official. [5 definitions]
formation the act of forming or the state of being formed. [4 definitions]
former1 happening in or having to do with the past; previous. [3 definitions]
formerly in the past; in a time before now.
formula a rule or way of doing something expressed in a standard way using words or symbols. [5 definitions]
for real (informal) real or really; actual or actually.
for rent available to live in or use in exchange for payment.
forsake to leave or desert. [2 definitions]
forsaken past participle of forsake. [2 definitions]
for sale available for purchase.
for shame! you should feel embarrassed or guilty about your action.
for short as a shorter form.
forsook past tense of forsake.
forsythia a bush that has bright yellow flowers along its long, thin branches. Forsythias bloom in early spring.