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fuel anything such as wood or gasoline that is burned as a source of energy. [2 definitions]
fugitive a person who is escaping or running away.
-ful a suffix that means "full of" or "having the character of." [3 definitions]
fulcrum the point of support on which a lever turns.
fulfill to do or carry out as expected or required. [2 definitions]
full1 not able to hold or contain any more. [4 definitions]
full moon the moon when it is on the side of Earth that is opposite the sun and looks from Earth like a complete circle. [2 definitions]
full of beans (informal) full of energy; very active. [2 definitions]
fully in a way that is complete, entire, or thorough; totally. [2 definitions]
fumble to search or feel about for something in a nervous or clumsy way. [4 definitions]
fume (often plural) a vapor, smoke, or odor that is not pleasant or healthy. [2 definitions]
fun something that amuses or entertains. [2 definitions]
function the purpose or role that an object or a person fulfills or is suited for. [3 definitions]
functional serving a purpose or able to serve the intended purpose. [2 definitions]
fund a supply of money or other resources that is held for a particular purpose. [4 definitions]
fundamental basic; central; serving as a foundation. [2 definitions]
fundamentally in central or important ways.
funding the act or process of collecting and supplying money needed for a particular purpose or group.
funeral a ceremony for a dead person.
fungi a plural form of fungus.
fungus one of a large group of living things that appear similar to plants but cannot make their own food using sunlight in the way plants do. Fungi consume plant, animal, and other living matter. Mushrooms, yeasts, and molds are fungi. Fungi help decompose dead plants and animals.