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Fearing

fɪər

Meanings of Fearing:

verb

Be afraid of (someone or something) as likely to be dangerous, painful, or harmful.

Usage examples:

I hated him but didn't fear him any more
noun

An unpleasant emotion caused by the threat of danger, pain, or harm.

Usage examples:

I cowered in fear as bullets whizzed past

Fearless

ˈfɪə.ləs

Meanings of Fearless:

adjective

Showing a lack of fear.

Usage examples:

A fearless crusader for animal rights

Fearlessly

ˈfɪə.ləs.li

Meanings of Fearlessly:

adverb

With a lack of fear.

Usage examples:

I tackled fearlessly on the rugby pitch

Fearlessness

ˈfɪələsnəs

Meanings of Fearlessness:

noun

Lack of fear.

Usage examples:

She quickly earned a reputation for fearlessness

Fears

fɪər

Meanings of Fears:

noun

An unpleasant emotion caused by the threat of danger, pain, or harm.

Usage examples:

I cowered in fear as bullets whizzed past
verb

Be afraid of (someone or something) as likely to be dangerous, painful, or harmful.

Usage examples:

I hated him but didn't fear him any more

Fearsome

ˈfɪə.səm

Meanings of Fearsome:

adjective

Frightening, especially in appearance.

Usage examples:

The cat mewed, displaying a fearsome set of teeth

Fearsomely

ˈfɪə.səm.li

Meanings of Fearsomely:

adverb

In a frightening way

Usage examples:

At this, johnny became more fearsomely angry than before., the fearsomely named crocodile rock, it …

Feasibility

ˌfiː.zəˈbɪl.ə.ti

Meanings of Feasibility:

noun

The state or degree of being easily or conveniently done.

Usage examples:

The feasibility of screening athletes for cardiac disease

Meanings of Feasible:

adjective

Possible to do easily or conveniently.

Usage examples:

It is not feasible to put most finds from excavations on public display

Feasibly

ˈfiː.zə.bli

Meanings of Feasibly:

adverb

In a way that possible or practical to do or achieve.

Usage examples:

I've learned a huge amount about what i could feasibly achieve in my next race

Feast

fiːst

Meanings of Feast:

noun

A large meal, typically a celebratory one.

Usage examples:

A wedding feast
verb

Eat and drink sumptuously.

Usage examples:

The men would congregate and feast after hunting

Meanings of Feast your eyes on:

idiom

To look at someone or something with great enjoyment

Usage examples:

We walked through the valley, feasting our eyes on the beauty all around us.

Meanings of Feast-day:

noun

A special meal with very good food or a large meal for ...

Feast-on

fiːst

Meanings of Feast-on:

phrasal verb

To eat a lot of good food and enjoy it very much

Usage examples:

We feasted on smoked salmon and champagne.

Feasted

fiːst

Meanings of Feasted:

verb

Eat and drink sumptuously.

Usage examples:

The men would congregate and feast after hunting
noun

A large meal, typically a celebratory one.

Usage examples:

A wedding feast

Meanings of Feasting:

verb

Eat and drink sumptuously.

Usage examples:

The men would congregate and feast after hunting
noun

A large meal, typically a celebratory one.

Usage examples:

A wedding feast

Feasts

fiːst

Meanings of Feasts:

noun

A large meal, typically a celebratory one.

Usage examples:

A wedding feast
verb

Eat and drink sumptuously.

Usage examples:

The men would congregate and feast after hunting

Feat

fiːt

Meanings of Feat:

noun

An achievement that requires great courage, skill, or strength.

Usage examples:

The new printing presses were considerable feats of engineering

Meanings of Feather:

noun

Any of the flat appendages growing from a bird's skin and forming its plumage, consisting of a partly hollow horny shaft fringed with vanes of barbs.

Usage examples:

The waxwing has very bright feathers and a prominent crest
verb

Rotate the blades of (a propeller) about their own axes in such a way as to lessen the air or water resistance.

Usage examples:

A fire erupted in the starboard engine and the pilot was unable to feather the propeller.

Meanings of Feather in one’s cap:

phrase

An achievement to be proud of.

Usage examples:

Beating him would be a feather in my cap

Meanings of Feather one’s (own) nest:

phrase

Make money for oneself in an opportunistic or selfish way.

Usage examples:

He may have decided to feather his nest by blackmail

Meanings of Feather one’s nest:

phrase

Make money for oneself in an opportunistic or selfish way.

Usage examples:

He may have decided to feather his nest by blackmail

Featherbed

ˌfeð.əˈbed

Meanings of Featherbed:

verb

A bed that has a mattress stuffed with feathers.

Featherbedded

ˌfeð.əˈbed

Meanings of Featherbedded:

verb

Provide (someone) with excessively favourable economic or working conditions.

Usage examples:

Apart from the fees he earns, a practising barrister is not feather-bedded in any way

Meanings of Featherbedding:

verb

Provide (someone) with excessively favourable economic or working conditions.

Usage examples:

Apart from the fees he earns, a practising barrister is not feather-bedded in any way

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