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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

Forethought: Premeditation
Example: [I had the forethought to make a copy of the letter]

Forfeit: loss, penalty, give up, punishment, lose
Example: [He forfeited his right to compensation]

Forgery:
Counterfeiting.

Forgo:
to go without relinquish
Example: [She had to forgo her early desire to be a writer]

Formality:
adherence to established rules or procedures
Example: [signing this letter is just a formality]

Formation:
deployment, creation, arrangement, categorization, grouping
Example: [word formation]

Formidable:
Difficult to accomplish
Example: [a formidable task]

Formula:
Fixed rule or set form.

Forsake:
abandon
Example: [Do not forsake me
]

Forte:
A strong point
Example: [I’m afraid sewing isn’t one of my fortes]

Forth:
onward, into view, outward, forward
Example: [The proprietors of the show may be dukes, and earls, and marquises, and so forth]

Forthright:
frank
Example: [a forthright reply]

Fortitude:
courage patience
Example: [she showed remarkable fortitude during the difficult period]

Fortuitous:
fortunate happening by luck
Example: [fortuitous gains]

Fortuity:
occurrence, anything that happens by chance, unexpected event
Example: [His succession to the throne was rather a fortuity than the result of hereditary claim]

Foster:
encourage
Example: [to foster an interest in]

Founder:
sink
Example: [The boat foundered in a heavy storm, taking many of the passengers with it]
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Fracas: noisy fight
Example: [He was injured in a fracas outside a disco]

Fractious:
unruly, wayward, disorderly
Example: [a fractious child]

Fracture:
crack, break, breaking of hard tissue (such as a bone), rupture
Example: [If the fracture is accompanied with severe bleeding, stop the flow first before attending to the fracture]

Fragile:
Easily broken
Example: [fragile crockery]

Fragmented:
broken into fragments
Example: [increasingly fragmented society]

Frailty:
weakness and lack of health
Example: [physical frailty never stopped her from working]

Franchise:
commercial franchise privilege
Example: [the city issued a franchise to the company]

Frankincense:
a gum resin that is burnt for the sweet smell it gives
Example: [The air was cloudy with the breath of frankincense and myrrh]

Frantic:
Frenzied
Example: [frantic with worry]

Fraternal:
Brotherly.

Fraternity:
brotherhood
Example: [a means of promoting fraternity]

Fraudulent:
Counterfeit
Example: [In Britain, one fraudulent credit card transaction takes place every eight seconds]

Fraught:
filled
Example: [fraught with risks]

Fray:
loosen or break the threads
Example: [Denim frays so easily]

Free Trade:
Commerce unrestricted by tariff or customs.

Freebooter:
buccaneer

Freemason:
A member of an ancient secret fraternity originally confined to skilled artisans.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Frenetic: neurotic harried
Example: [frenetic activity]

Frenzied:
hectic feverishly fast
Example: [a scene of frenzied activity]

Fresco:
painting on wet plaster
Example: [Michelangelo’s famous frescoes are in the Sistine Chapel in Rome]

Freshet:
sudden flood
Example: [motorists were warned that spring freshets had washed away]

Fret:
worry
Example: [fret about]

Fretful:
anxious, nervous, unable to relax, worried, not relaxing
Example: [to become anxious and fretful]

Friction:
rubbing against clash in opinion
Example: [let us try to avoid friction in our group]

Frieze:
ornamental band on a wall
Example: [the frieze of the temple was adorned with sculpture]

Frigid:
Lacking warmth
Example: [a frigid environment]

Fritter:
squander
Example: [If I’ve got money in my pocket, I tend to fritter it away]

Frivolity:
playfulness
Example: [You shouldn’t treat such a serious subject with frivolity]

Frivolous:
Trivial
Example: [I feel like doing something completely frivolous today]

Frizz:
To give a crinkled fluffy appearance to.

Frizzle:
dry up, burn, fry, shrivel, curl hair
Example: [Melt a little butter in this, and as soon as it begins to frizzle break some eggs into the dish, and let them all set together. The damp weather had frizzled her hair into little corkscrews]

Frolicsome:
Prankish
Example: [the frolicsome puppy]

Frond:
bending tree
Example: [Ferns and palms have fronds]
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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