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Fiddlestick

ˈfɪd(ə)lstɪk

Meanings of Fiddlestick:

exclamation

Nonsense.

Usage examples:

I suppose one could still say, ‘oh fiddlesticks.’
noun

A violin bow.

Usage examples:

Here's my fiddlestick; here's that shall make you dance.

Fiddlesticks

ˈfɪd.əl.stɪks

Meanings of Fiddlesticks:

noun

A violin bow.

Usage examples:

Here's my fiddlestick; here's that shall make you dance.
exclamation

Nonsense.

Usage examples:

I suppose one could still say, ‘oh fiddlesticks.’

Meanings of Fiddly:

adjective

Complicated or detailed and awkward to do or use.

Usage examples:

Replacing the battery is fiddly

Meanings of Fideism:

noun

The doctrine that knowledge depends on faith or revelation.

Usage examples:

It has recently been argued in fact, that the reason bayle distances himself in this way is that he…

Fidelity

fɪˈdel.ə.ti

Meanings of Fidelity:

noun

Faithfulness to a person, cause, or belief, demonstrated by continuing loyalty and support.

Usage examples:

He sought only the strictest fidelity to justice

Fides

ˌbəʊ.nə ˈfaɪ.diːz

Meanings of Fides:

noun

Evidence that someone is who they say they are, or has the experience they claim to have

Usage examples:

A central database could provide financial firms with confirmation of the bona fides of potential d…

Meanings of Fidget:

verb

Make small movements, especially of the hands and feet, through nervousness or impatience.

Usage examples:

The audience began to fidget and whisper
noun

A person who fidgets.

Usage examples:

He was also a bit of a fidget, i'd observed him earlier in the day spending a good 30 minutes clear…

Fidgeted

ˈfɪdʒɪt

Meanings of Fidgeted:

verb

Make small movements, especially of the hands and feet, through nervousness or impatience.

Usage examples:

The audience began to fidget and whisper
noun

A person who fidgets.

Usage examples:

He was also a bit of a fidget, i'd observed him earlier in the day spending a good 30 minutes clear…

Fidgeting

ˈfɪdʒɪt

Meanings of Fidgeting:

verb

Make small movements, especially of the hands and feet, through nervousness or impatience.

Usage examples:

The audience began to fidget and whisper
noun

A person who fidgets.

Usage examples:

He was also a bit of a fidget, i'd observed him earlier in the day spending a good 30 minutes clear…

Fidgets

ˈfɪdʒɪt

Meanings of Fidgets:

verb

Make small movements, especially of the hands and feet, through nervousness or impatience.

Usage examples:

The audience began to fidget and whisper
noun

A person who fidgets.

Usage examples:

He was also a bit of a fidget, i'd observed him earlier in the day spending a good 30 minutes clear…

Fidgety

ˈfɪdʒ.ɪ.ti

Meanings of Fidgety:

adjective

Inclined to fidget; restless or uneasy.

Usage examples:

I get nervous and fidgety at the dentist

Fido

ˈfʌɪdəʊ

Meanings of Fido:

noun

A generic name for a pet dog.

Usage examples:

Fido will be able to romp and race without injuring himself or trampling your flowers

Fidos

ˈfʌɪdəʊ

Meanings of Fidos:

noun

A generic name for a pet dog.

Usage examples:

Fido will be able to romp and race without injuring himself or trampling your flowers

Fids

fɪd

Meanings of Fids:

noun

A square wooden or iron bar which takes the weight of a topmast stepped to a lower mast by being passed through holes in both masts.

Usage examples:

The fid, therefore, must be withdrawn every time the top-mast is lowered.

Fiducial

fɪˈdjuːʃ(ə)l

Meanings of Fiducial:

adjective

(especially of a point or line) assumed as a fixed basis of comparison.

Usage examples:

For the cell types that were compared directly, the same fiducial point was used.

Fiduciaries

fɪˈdʒuː.ʃi.ə.ri

Meanings of Fiduciaries:

noun

A trustee.

Usage examples:

Executors or trustees are fiduciaries - agents legally responsible for managing property for the be…
adjective

Involving trust, especially with regard to the relationship between a trustee and a beneficiary.

Usage examples:

The company has a fiduciary duty to shareholders

Meanings of Fiduciary:

adjective

Involving trust, especially with regard to the relationship between a trustee and a beneficiary.

Usage examples:

The company has a fiduciary duty to shareholders
noun

A trustee.

Usage examples:

Executors or trustees are fiduciaries - agents legally responsible for managing property for the be…

Fie

faɪ

Meanings of Fie:

exclamation

Used to express disgust or outrage.

Usage examples:

Alas, my lord, that you should confuse your bride with another. fie, i say!

Fief

ˈfiːf.dəm

Meanings of Fief:

noun

An estate of land, especially one held on condition of feudal service; a fee.

Usage examples:

During the eastern zhou royal power declined and there was a concomitant growth in the feudal fiefs…

Fiefdom

ˈfiːf.dəm

Meanings of Fiefdom:

noun

A fief.

Usage examples:

According to feudal law, edward iii held aquitaine as part of his fiefdom.

Fiefdoms

ˈfiːf.dəm

Meanings of Fiefdoms:

noun

A fief.

Usage examples:

According to feudal law, edward iii held aquitaine as part of his fiefdom.

Fiefs

ˈfiːf.dəm

Meanings of Fiefs:

noun

An estate of land, especially one held on condition of feudal service; a fee.

Usage examples:

During the eastern zhou royal power declined and there was a concomitant growth in the feudal fiefs…

Meanings of Field:

noun

An area of open land, especially one planted with crops or pasture, typically bounded by hedges or fences.

Usage examples:

A wheat field
verb

Attempt to catch or stop the ball and return it after it has been hit by the batter, thereby preventing runs being scored or base runners advancing.

Usage examples:

First, he took his eyes off the ball while fielding at short leg, and failed to notice that sarwan …
adjective

Attempt to catch or stop the ball and return it after it has been hit by the batsman or batter, thereby preventing runs being scored or base runners advancing.

Meanings of Field-day:

noun

A special day of organized sports or other outside activities for students

Meanings of Field-hospital:

noun

An area of land, used for growing crops or keeping animals, usually surrounded by ...

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