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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.
fort a strong building used during battles for protection and defense.
forth forward; onward in time or location. [2 definitions]
for the most part to a large degree; usually.
for the present at least at this moment, though perhaps not afterwards.
fortieth coming next after the thirty-ninth in a series. [3 definitions]
fortification the act of adding strength or fortifying. [2 definitions]
fortify to give more strength, resistance, or energy to; reinforce.
fortress a large, fortified building or area, often around a town or settlement.
fortunate having good fortune; lucky; blessed. [2 definitions]
fortunately by lucky chance; luckily.
fortune a large amount of money or wealth. [3 definitions]
fortuneteller a person who claims to have the ability to see and tell about events that will happen in the future.