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Fares

feər

Meanings of Fares:

noun

The money paid for a journey on public transport.

Usage examples:

We should go to seville, but we cannot afford the air fare
verb

Perform in a specified way in a particular situation or over a particular period.

Usage examples:

The party fared badly in the elections

Meanings of Farewell:

exclamation

Used to express good wishes on parting.

Usage examples:

Farewell albert!
noun

An act of parting or of marking someone's departure.

Usage examples:

The dinner had been arranged as a farewell
verb

Mark the departure or retirement of (someone) with a ceremony or party.

Usage examples:

I farewelled my scandinavian companions, and departed on a kodiak boat with the americans judy, han…

Farewelled

fɛːˈwɛl

Meanings of Farewelled:

verb

Mark the departure or retirement of (someone) with a ceremony or party.

Usage examples:

I farewelled my scandinavian companions, and departed on a kodiak boat with the americans judy, han…
exclamation

Used to express good wishes on parting.

Usage examples:

Farewell albert!
noun

An act of parting or of marking someone's departure.

Usage examples:

The dinner had been arranged as a farewell

Farewelling

fɛːˈwɛl

Meanings of Farewelling:

verb

Mark the departure or retirement of (someone) with a ceremony or party.

Usage examples:

I farewelled my scandinavian companions, and departed on a kodiak boat with the americans judy, han…
exclamation

Used to express good wishes on parting.

Usage examples:

Farewell albert!
noun

An act of parting or of marking someone's departure.

Usage examples:

The dinner had been arranged as a farewell

Farewells

ˌfeəˈwel

Meanings of Farewells:

noun

An act of parting or of marking someone's departure.

Usage examples:

The dinner had been arranged as a farewell
verb

Mark the departure or retirement of (someone) with a ceremony or party.

Usage examples:

I farewelled my scandinavian companions, and departed on a kodiak boat with the americans judy, han…
exclamation

Used to express good wishes on parting.

Usage examples:

Farewell albert!

Farfel

ˈfɑː.fəl

Meanings of Farfel:

noun

A type of pasta in the form of very small pieces, usually made from egg noodle dough (= a mixture of flour and egg), used in jewish cooking

Usage examples:

Farfel is often boiled and served with soup., this farfel side dish includes a lot of vegetables an…

Farfetched

ˌfɑːˈfɛtʃt

Meanings of Farfetched:

adjective

Unlikely and unconvincing; implausible.

Usage examples:

The theory sounded bizarre and far-fetched

Farina

fəˈriː.nə

Meanings of Farina:

noun

Flour or meal made of cereal grains, nuts, or starchy roots.

Usage examples:

In another bowl, combine the bread, sour cream, flour, and farina.

Farinaceous

ˌfarɪˈneɪʃəs

Meanings of Farinaceous:

adjective

Consisting of or containing starch.

Usage examples:

Farinaceous foods

Meanings of Farinaceously:

adjective

Consisting of or containing starch.

Usage examples:

Farinaceous foods

Farinas

fəˈrʌɪnə

Meanings of Farinas:

noun

Flour or meal made of cereal grains, nuts, or starchy roots.

Usage examples:

In another bowl, combine the bread, sour cream, flour, and farina.

Faring

feər

Meanings of Faring:

verb

Perform in a specified way in a particular situation or over a particular period.

Usage examples:

The party fared badly in the elections
noun

The money paid for a journey on public transport.

Usage examples:

We should go to seville, but we cannot afford the air fare

Farinha

fəˈriː.njə

Meanings of Farinha:

noun

A type of flour made from the roots of the cassava plant (= a south american plant with large roots)

Usage examples:

Farinha is an important part of the staple diet in some parts of brazil., some producers are using …

Farkleberries

ˈfɑːk(ə)lˌb(ə)ri

Meanings of Farkleberries:

noun

A shrub or small tree with thick leathery leaves and inedible black berries, native to the south-eastern us.

Usage examples:

Common shrubs are farkleberry, lowbush blueberry, and maple-leaved viburnum.

Farkleberry

ˈfɑːk(ə)lˌb(ə)ri

Meanings of Farkleberry:

noun

A shrub or small tree with thick leathery leaves and inedible black berries, native to the south-eastern us.

Usage examples:

Common shrubs are farkleberry, lowbush blueberry, and maple-leaved viburnum.

Farl

fɑːl

Meanings of Farl:

noun

A bread roll of scottish origin made of oatmeal or flour, typically triangular in shape.

Usage examples:

Fadge dough is prepared with mashed boiled potatoes and a little white flour and baked in rounds or…

Farls

fɑːl

Meanings of Farls:

noun

A bread roll of scottish origin made of oatmeal or flour, typically triangular in shape.

Usage examples:

Fadge dough is prepared with mashed boiled potatoes and a little white flour and baked in rounds or…

Farm

fɑːm

Meanings of Farm:

noun

An area of land and its buildings, used for growing crops and rearing animals.

Usage examples:

A farm of 100 acres
verb

Make one's living by growing crops or keeping livestock.

Usage examples:

He has farmed organically for years

Farm out

fɑːm

Meanings of Farm out:

phrasal verb

Arranged for contracted work to be done by others

Meanings of Farmage:

noun

The action, practice, or system of farming taxes or duties; the privilege or right of farming a tax or duty. also: the action of renting or leasing the management, duties, and profits of a company, office, or undertaking for a regular fixed payment.

Farmed

fɑːm

Meanings of Farmed:

adjective

(of a type of livestock or crop) bred or grown commercially, especially as opposed to living in the wild.

Usage examples:

Farmed salmon
verb

Make one's living by growing crops or keeping livestock.

Usage examples:

He has farmed organically for years

Farmer

ˈfɑː.mər

Meanings of Farmer:

noun

A person who owns or manages a farm.

Usage examples:

It helped farmers and farm owners to stay in their property with government help.

Meanings of Farmerette:

noun

A woman or girl who farms land. also specifically: a member of the women's land army in the first and second world wars.

Meanings of Farmerish:

adjective

Resembling or characteristic of a farmer; especially (somewhat depreciative) rustic, provincial, unsophisticated.

Meanings of Farmerly:

adjective

Of, relating to, or befitting a farmer.

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