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English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO & Other exams

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Fantastic: grotesque, unreal, whimsical
Example: [your fears are fantastic because the moon will not fall on the earth]

Farce: mockery broad comedy
Example: [the interview degenerated into a farce]

Fastidious:
careful with details meticulous
Example: [He is very fastidious about how a suitcase should be packed]

Fatal:
resulting in death
Example: [the fatal shooting]

Fatalism:
the theory that everything depends on pure luck
Example: [with fatalism, he accepted the hardships of life]

Fathom:
to measure the depth of understand
Example: [I find his novels impossible to fathom]

Fatuous:
stupid inane
Example: [a fatuous idea]

Faulty:
Imperfect.

Faun:
(Roman Mythology) lustful divine creature in human shape, with goat’s legs and horns
Example: [He seemed to partake of those obscure forces of nature which the Greeks personified in shapes part human and part beast, the satyr and the faun]

Fauna:
animals
Example: [flora and fauna]

Faux Pas:
mistake false step
Example: [I’d made a serious faux pa]

Fawn:
A young deer.

Fawning:
courting favor by cringing and flattering
Example: [a group of fawning admirers]

Faze:
unnerve, disturb, unsettle, discourage, disconcert
Example: [That’s the way with this old Egbert boy; nothing ever seems to faze him long. She was fazed by nothing]

Fealty:
Loyalty
Example: [the prime minister demanded fealty of his ministers]

Feasible:
possible likely to succeed
Example: [a feasible plan]

Feat:
deed
Example: [The Eiffel Tower is a remarkable feat of engineering]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Febrile: delirious feverish
Example: [a febrile imagination]

Feckless:
weak, feeble, ineffective, useless, irresponsible
Example: [feckless leadership]

Fecund:
fruitful, fertile, productive
Example: [fecund soil]

Feign:
give a false impression pretend
Example: [to feign surprise]

Feint:
A deceptive movement
Example: [He feinted a shot to the left]

Felicitate:
compliment, congratulate, recommend
Example: [I felicitate you for the efforts made and invite you to continue them]

Felicitous:
pertinent very appropriate
Example: [He summed up the achievements in one or two felicitous phrases]

Felicity:
A state of well-founded happiness.

Fell:
cut down to chop
Example: [A great number of trees were felled]

Felon:
A criminal
Example: [in the American system, a convicted felon loses his right to vote]

Felonious:
villainous, criminal, malicious, constituting a felony, wicked
Example: [felonious assault]

Feminine:
Characteristic of woman or womankind.

Ferment:
turmoil
Example: [The resignation of the president has left the country in ferment]

Fernery:
garden of ferns (=flowerless and seedless plants)
Example: [In many countries, ferneries are indoors]

Ferocious:
violent, wild, brutal, cruel, savage
Example: [ferocious beasts]

Ferret:
rummage through
Example: [I was just ferreting around in my drawer for my passport]

Fertile:
fruitful
Example: [fertile land]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Fervent: strong beliefs
Example: [a fervent supporter]

Fervid:
passionate fervent
Example: [his fervid hope]

Fervor:
ardor, enthusiasm, eagerness, passion, zest, great heat
Example: [After the fervor surrounding the election subsided, we were able to give greater attention to state politics]

Fervor (Fervour):
intensity
Example: [religious fervor]

Fester:
decay
Example: [a festering sore]

Festive:
joyous
Example: [a festive mood]

Fete:
to honor
Example: [She was feted by audiences]

Fetid:
putrid, foul-smelling, stinking
Example: [fetid air]

Fetish:
or anything which a person irrationally reveres talisman
Example: [the native wore fetish to ward off evil spirits]

Fetter:
to bind to restrain
Example: [He felt fettered by a nine-to-five office existence]

Fetus:
The young in the womb or in the egg.

Feud:
a war between two people or groups
Example: [a family feud]

Feudal:
outdated, medieval, pertaining to a fee, relating to the social system that existed in the Middle Ages
Example: [Its spirit is that of the feudal aristocracy of the eleventh century]

Feudalism:
The feudal system.

Fez:
a conical hat that men wear in some Muslim countries
Example: [Suddenly the doors of this gate were burst open from the inside, and a man in a fez ran through them, followed by many more]

Fiasco:
disaster debacle
Example: [the dinner party was a complete fiasco]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


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