Worder - English dictionary
Worder Dictionary

English words starting with f

F

ˈfriːkw(ə)nsi

Meanings of F:

abbreviation

Feminine.

symbol

(in units of measurement) femto- (10−15).

Usage examples:

The detection limits of the enzymatic activity tests are between 10 and 500 fg per test
noun

The sixth letter of the alphabet.

Usage examples:

They are guaranteed f's if they goof around
adjective

Of or denoting a scale of temperature on which water freezes at 32° and boils at 212° under standard conditions.

Usage examples:

The temperature was steady at 65° fahrenheit
phrasal verb

The 6th letter of the roman alphabet

The chemical element fluorine.

Fa

fɑː

Meanings of Fa:

abbreviation

(in the uk) football association, the governing body of soccer in england.

Usage examples:

The fa premier league
noun

Short for fanny adams (sense 1).

Usage examples:

He knows sweet fa about football

Fabian

ˈfeɪbɪən

Meanings of Fabian:

noun

A member or supporter of the fabian society, an organization of socialists aiming to achieve socialism by gradual rather than revolutionary means.

Usage examples:

A few months ago, a leading labor politician told me that the alp, throughout the cold war, had had…
adjective

Relating to or characteristic of the fabians.

Usage examples:

The fabian movement

Fabled

ˈfeɪ.bəld

Meanings of Fabled:

adjective

Famous, especially by reputation.

Usage examples:

A fabled art collection
verb

Tell fictitious tales.

Usage examples:

I do not dream nor fable

Fabling

ˈfeɪb(ə)l

Meanings of Fabling:

verb

Tell fictitious tales.

Usage examples:

I do not dream nor fable
noun

A short story, typically with animals as characters, conveying a moral.

Usage examples:

The fable of the sick lion and the wary fox

Fabric

ˈfæb.rɪk

Meanings of Fabric:

noun

Cloth or other material produced by weaving or knitting fibres.

Usage examples:

Heavy cream fabric

Meanings of Fabricated:

verb

Invent (something) in order to deceive.

Usage examples:

Officers fabricated evidence

Fabricating

ˈfæb.rɪ.keɪt

Meanings of Fabricating:

verb

Invent (something) in order to deceive.

Usage examples:

Officers fabricated evidence

Fabrication

ˌfæb.rɪˈkeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Fabrication:

noun

The action or process of manufacturing or inventing something.

Usage examples:

The assembly and fabrication of electronic products

Meanings of Fabricator:

noun

A person who invents or produces something false in order to deceive someone

Usage examples:

He’s an admitted plagiarist and fabricator., she will fight to prove that she is not a fabricator.,…

Fabrics

ˈfæb.rɪk

Meanings of Fabrics:

noun

Cloth or other material produced by weaving or knitting fibres.

Usage examples:

Heavy cream fabric

Fabulate

ˈfabjʊleɪt

Meanings of Fabulate:

verb

Relate invented stories.

Usage examples:

We fabulate; we make up a story to cover the facts we can't accept

Fabulist

ˈfæb.jə.lɪst

Meanings of Fabulist:

noun

A person who composes or relates fables.

Usage examples:

Though a self-proclaimed australian writer, carey is a fabulist who does not write in any recogniza…

Meanings of Fabulous:

adjective

Extraordinary, especially extraordinarily large.

Usage examples:

Fabulous riches

Facade

fəˈsɑːd

Meanings of Facade:

noun

The principal front of a building, that faces on to a street or open space.

Usage examples:

The house has a half-timbered facade

Facades

fəˈsɑːd

Meanings of Facades:

noun

The principal front of a building, that faces on to a street or open space.

Usage examples:

The house has a half-timbered facade

Meanings of Face:

noun

The front part of a person's head from the forehead to the chin, or the corresponding part in an animal.

Usage examples:

She was scarlet in the face and perspiring profusely
verb

Short for typeface.

Meanings of Face like:

idiom

To look extremely angry

Usage examples:

She suddenly came into the room with a face like thunder.

Meanings of Face off:

phrasal verb

Start a game by a face-off

Meanings of Face the music:

idiom

Accept the unpleasant consequences of one's actions

phrase

Be confronted with the unpleasant consequences of one's actions.

Usage examples:

We would later have to face the music over our bold moves

Meanings of Face-card:

noun

The front of the head, where the eyes, nose, and ...

Meanings of Face-down:

phrasal verb

To defeat someone or something that is opposing you by being brave and strong

Usage examples:

He admired the president’s ability to face down critics., she faced down a mid-career crisis and em…

Meanings of Face-paint:

noun

Paint that is used to cover a person's face, or draw designs on it as a decoration

Usage examples:

Many of the fans were wearing red, white and blue clothing and face paint., always use proper water…

Face-to-face

ˌfeɪs.təˈfeɪs

Meanings of Face-to-face:

adverb

If you talk to someone face to face, you talk directly to them, not by phone, email, online, etc.

Usage examples:

Banking customers still often want to do business face to face., the ceo refused our request for a …

Meanings of Face-to-face-with:

idiom

Looking at another person

Usage examples:

We sat face-to-face., he’s suddenly come face-to-face with his own weakness.

My Worder

Please register or authorize in order to use all the features of our service.

Study English words for free

Worder is a free project where you can save words, add translations and study English words.

In order to use our service, you need a free account. You can sign in or sign up an account right now. You can use it in our application afterward.

* The project is being actively developed right now. So, not all functions are available, but we update it regularly.

Learn English words everywhere!

All our English words and phrases are available for learning for free in our mobile application.