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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

Fiat: decree
Example: [No company can set industry standards by fiat]

Fickle: always changing one’s mind
Example: [The world of popular music is notoriously fickle]

Fictitious:
imaginary invented
Example: [a fictitious story]

Fidelity:
Loyalty
Example: [marital fidelity]

Fiducial:
TRUE, based on trust, regarded as a fixed standard of reference
Example: [This holiness of heart and life consists in our fiducial dependence upon God’s promises]

Fiduciary:
of the nature of a trust
Example: [fiduciary responsibilities]

Figment:
fantasy falsehood
Example: [a figment of my imagination]

Figurine:
small ornamental figure (made from pottery, metal, etc.)
Example: [She had all the delicate grace of that Tanagra figurine that you have in your studio, Basil]

Filch:
steal something of little value
Example: [Who’s filched my pencils]

Filial:
of a son or daughter
Example: [filial affection]

Filibuster:
One who attempts to obstruct legislation.

Filigree:
lacy ornamentation (usually in gold or silver)
Example: [He handed her the filigree necklace she had admired so much]

Finale:
conclusion
Example: [a grand finale]

Finality:
The state or quality of being final or complete.

Financial:
Monetary.

Finery:
apparel, showy clothes or accessories, regalia
Example: [wedding finery]

Finesse:
skill
Example: [It was a disappointing performance which lacked finesse]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Finicky: fussy meticulous
Example: [He’s terribly finicky about his food]

Finite:
limited
Example: [a finite amount of time]

Firebrand:
agitator
Example: [a firebrand politician]

Fiscal:
financial, economic, monetary
Example: [fiscal rectitude]

Fishmonger:
One who sells fish.

Fissure:
a crack or break
Example: [the mountain climber secured footholds in tiny fissures in the rock]

Fitful:
irregular
Example: [a fitful sleep]

Fixture:
a piece of equipment that is permanently fixed inside a building
Example: [Camerino was always there; he was a sort of fixture in the house]

Flaccid:
flabby, limp, weak
Example: [The explanted heart was markedly enlarged with a distended, flaccid right ventricular wall]

Flag:
to loose energy and strength
Example: [The conversation was flagging]

Flagellate:
whip
Example: [the Romans used to flagellate criminals with a 3-strand whip]

Flagging:
drooping weak
Example: [the team’s flagging spirits]

Flag-Officer:
The captain of a flag-ship.

Flagrant:
shameless outrageous
Example: [a flagrant misuse of funds]

Flail:
whip
Example: [In old times, warriors used to flail their enemies with a metal ball attached to a handle]

Flair:
a natural aptitude
Example: [He has a flair for languages]

Flamboyant:
Characterized by extravagance
Example: [a flamboyant gesture]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Flatulence: verbosity, pomposity, self-importance, pretentiousness, state of excessive gas in the stomach
Example: [the flatulence of his works/style]

Flaunt:
to show off
Example: [He’s got a lot of money but he doesn’t flaunt it]

Flay:
to subject to severe criticism to remove the skin from
Example: [the criminal was condemned to be flayed alive]

Fleck:
spot

Flection:
The act of bending.

Fledgling:
struggling just beginning
Example: [fledgling businesses]

Fleece:
wool coat of a sheep rob
Example: [the tricksters fleeced him out of his inheritance]

Flexible:
Pliable.

Flick:
the slight sound a quick / light blow or stroke
Example: [one flick of the whip]

Flimsy:
delicate, thin, fragile, weak, insufficient, having little substance or significance
Example: [a flimsy excuse]

Flinch:
fear etc to shrink back due to pain
Example: [he did not flinch in the face of the danger]

Flippant:
pert, Having a light, trifling disposition
Example: [a flippant attitude]

Flit:
dart, move rapidly, flutter, fly, change location
Example: [If disturbed, or suddenly frightened, the ousel will flit up or down the stream]

Floe:
a large area of ice floating in the sea
Example: [the ship slowly moved through the ice floes]

Flora:
plants
Example: [flora and fauna]

Florid:
with too much decoration ruddy
Example: [a florid architectural style]
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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