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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

Froward: perverse, disobedient, stubborn
Example: [your froward behavior has alienated many of us who might have been your supporters]

Frowzy: unkempt, slovenly, dirty
Example: [her frowzy appearance made ludicrous]

Fructify:
bear fruit
Example: [the mango tree should fructify in four years]

Frugal:
thrifty
Example: [In general terms the food is frugal and relies on fresh ingredients and dexterity to transform them]

Fruitful:
productive
Example: [a most fruitful discussion]

Fruition:
completion realization
Example: [come to fruition]

Frustrate:
defeat thwart
Example: [we must frustrate their plan to take over the company]

Fugitive:
deserter, escapee, runaway, absconder, fleeting, momentary
Example: [The police scoured the country for the fugitive]

Fulcrum:
The support on which a lever rests
Example: [A see-saw balances at its fulcrum]

Fulgent:
radiant beaming
Example: [in the fulgent glow of the early sunrise]

Fulminate:
menace denounce
Example: [to fulminate against the government]

Fulsome:
insincere excessive
Example: [Her new book has received fulsome praise from the critics]

Fuming:
angry
Example: [fuming at the injustice]

Functionary:
An official
Example: [a government functionary]

Funereal:
appropriate to a funeral mournful
Example: [funereal music]

Fungible:
That may be measured counted or weighed.

Fungus:
A plant destitute of chlorophyll as a mushroom.
English Dictionary Cum Vocabulary Word List for GMAT, SAT, GRE, GATE, TOEFL, IELTS, TOEIC, CAT, LSAT, ACT, SSC, BANK PO& Other exams


Fungus (Plural Fungi Or Funguses): A Type Of Plant That Has No Leaves Or Flowers And That Grows On Rotting Matter Or On Other Plants: Mushrooms are members of the fungi kingdom.

Furbish:
renew, renovate, remove rust from, make shiny
Example: [Their chief kept me for a time to oversee and tend his horse, and to furbish his weapons]

Furlong:
a measure of distance equal to 220 yards
Example: [I had scarce got to the top of the first hill when I spied a light on my left, about a furlong away]

Furor:
outcry, excitement, mania, craziness, fury
Example: [The furor had its effect in stimulating a desire everywhere on the part of everybody to see and hear the phonograph]

Furor (Furore):
commotion
Example: [the furor over his last film]

Furrier:
A dealer in or maker of fur goods.

Furtherance:
Advancement.

Furtive:
stealthy
Example: [He made one or two furtive phone calls]

Fuse:
To unite or blend as by melting together.

Fusible:
able to be melted, capable of being liquefied
Example: [fusible metal]

Fusion:
coalition union
Example: [nuclear fusion]

Fustian:
pompous style of speech or writing rhetoric
Example: [deceived by her fustian style]

Futile:
hopeless
Example: [futile effort]

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