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favourable a spelling of "favorable" used in Canada and Britain. See "favorable."
favourite a spelling of "favorite" used in Canada and Britain. See "favorite."
fawn1 a young deer, especially one that is still drinking its mother's milk.
fax a machine for sending and receiving pages that are transmitted electronically over telephone lines to or from another such machine. "Fax" is short for "facsimile." [3 definitions]
FBI the U.S. government agency responsible for investigating crimes against national laws. FBI is an abbreviation for Federal Bureau of Investigation.
Fe symbol of the chemical element iron.
fear a strong feeling one gets when one expects danger or pain. [4 definitions]
fearful feeling fear; afraid. [2 definitions]
fearless without fear; brave.
feast any large and elaborate meal. [2 definitions]
feat an act or achievement that shows courage, strength, or skill.
feather one of the soft and light parts of a bird that grows from the skin and covers the body. [2 definitions]
feature a part of the face such as the eyes, nose, or chin. [4 definitions]
Feb. an abbreviation for February.
February the second month of the year. February usually has twenty-eight days, but it has twenty-nine days in a leap year.
fed past tense and past participle of feed.
federal having to do with a system of government that unites several states under a central government. The states have their own governments, yet they recognize the rule of the central government as well. [2 definitions]
federation a government or league formed by the union of several states, clubs, or other groups.
fed up bored, disgusted, or irritated.
fee an amount of money requested or paid for a service. [2 definitions]
feeble without strength; weak in body or mind.