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fan1 a device that is waved back and forth with the hand to cool the face or body. [1/3 definitions]
feedback the giving back of opinions, corrections, or other comments from people who have been presented with something like a product, process, or event. [1/2 definitions]
ferry a boat or ship that carries people or freight back and forth across a river or other body of water. [1/2 definitions]
fetch to go for (something) and bring back, or cause (a person) to come; get.
fighter one who has the strength or courage to fight back or resist. [1/2 definitions]
flap to swing or wave back and forth with a slapping sound. [1/5 definitions]
flicker1 to move quickly back and forth; flutter. [1/4 definitions]
flutter to wave rapidly back and forth or up and down. [1/5 definitions]
fold1 a section that has been bent back over another; pleat. [1/8 definitions]
free not held back or confined; not enslaved and not in prison. [1/10 definitions]
frog1 a small, jumping animal with smooth, moist skin, long back legs, webbed feet, and no tail. Frogs are amphibians; they live in water during the first part of their lives and on land as adults. [1/2 definitions]
gargle to tip the head back and breathe out through a liquid held at the back of the throat. [1/2 definitions]
get to go after and bring back; fetch. [1/10 definitions]
get even to pay another back for harm or mischief done; get revenge.
go back on to take back.
govern to control or hold back. [1/2 definitions]
go whole hog (informal) to do something as completely as possible, without holding back.
halter1 a woman's blouse that covers the chest and ties around the neck and back but leaves the rest of the upper body bare. [1/2 definitions]
ham1 the back of the human thigh. [1/2 definitions]
handspring a complete somersault in which a person flips onto the hands and then springs off the hands back to a standing position.
hare a small mammal with long ears. Hares are large rabbits with very strong back legs used for jumping. Various kinds of hares live in Europe, Asia, Africa, and North and Central America.