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Fjord

fjɔːd

Meanings of Fjord:

noun

A long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between high cliffs, as in norway, typically formed by submergence of a glaciated valley.

Usage examples:

The area is made up of 14 long, narrow and incredibly deep fjords formed by massive glaciers thousa…

Fjords

fjɔːd

Meanings of Fjords:

noun

A long, narrow, deep inlet of the sea between high cliffs, as in norway, typically formed by submergence of a glaciated valley.

Usage examples:

The area is made up of 14 long, narrow and incredibly deep fjords formed by massive glaciers thousa…

Fl

ˈflɒrʊɪt

Meanings of Fl:

abbreviation

Floor.

noun

Used in conjunction with a specified period or set of dates to indicate when a particular historical figure lived, worked, or was most active.

The chemical element flerovium.

Flab

flæb

Meanings of Flab:

noun

Soft loose flesh on a person's body; fat.

Usage examples:

Though alcohol need not be eliminated from our lives, it is of interest to note that it is devoid o…

Meanings of Flabbergast:

verb

Surprise (someone) greatly; astonish.

Usage examples:

News that activists could be fined for protesting against the policy will flabbergast most people

Meanings of Flabbergasted:

adjective

Greatly surprised or astonished.

Usage examples:

This news has left me totally flabbergasted
verb

Surprise (someone) greatly; astonish.

Usage examples:

News that activists could be fined for protesting against the policy will flabbergast most people

Flabbergasting

ˈflæb.ə.ɡɑː.stɪŋ

Meanings of Flabbergasting:

verb

Surprise (someone) greatly; astonish.

Usage examples:

News that activists could be fined for protesting against the policy will flabbergast most people
adjective

Shocking, usually because it is unexpected

Usage examples:

I find it absolutely flabbergasting that he can make such claims., then she came out with the flabb…

Meanings of Flabbergastingly:

adverb

In a shocking way that is usually unexpected

Usage examples:

She has produced one of the most flabbergastingly beautiful pieces of work that i have ever seen., …

Meanings of Flabbergasts:

verb

Surprise (someone) greatly; astonish.

Usage examples:

News that activists could be fined for protesting against the policy will flabbergast most people

Flabbier

ˈflæb.i

Meanings of Flabbier:

adjective

(of a part of a person's body) soft, loose, and fleshy.

Usage examples:

This exercise helps to flatten a flabby stomach

Flabbiest

ˈflabi

Meanings of Flabbiest:

adjective

(of a part of a person's body) soft, loose, and fleshy.

Usage examples:

This exercise helps to flatten a flabby stomach

Flabbily

ˈflæb.əl.i

Meanings of Flabbily:

adverb

Weakly and without force

Usage examples:

He fell flabbily to his knees, unable to walk any further., they had come up with some good policie…

Flabbiness

ˈflæb.i.nəs

Meanings of Flabbiness:

noun

The quality of being soft and fat

Usage examples:

This is a good exercise for toning upper arms to avoid flabbiness., there was a little flabbiness i…

Flabby

ˈflæb.i

Meanings of Flabby:

adjective

(of a part of a person's body) soft, loose, and fleshy.

Usage examples:

This exercise helps to flatten a flabby stomach

Flaccid

ˈflasɪd

Meanings of Flaccid:

adjective

(of part of the body) soft and hanging loosely or limply, especially so as to look or feel unpleasant.

Usage examples:

She took his flaccid hand in hers

Meanings of Flack:

noun

A publicity agent.

Usage examples:

According to sources, lots of hollywood types were backstage, including agents, pr flacks, managers…
verb

Publicize or promote.

Usage examples:

Each author is flacking his ‘exclusive’ account of the whole mess

Meanings of Flacked:

verb

Publicize or promote.

Usage examples:

Each author is flacking his ‘exclusive’ account of the whole mess
noun

A publicity agent.

Usage examples:

According to sources, lots of hollywood types were backstage, including agents, pr flacks, managers…

Flacks

flak

Meanings of Flacks:

noun

A publicity agent.

Usage examples:

According to sources, lots of hollywood types were backstage, including agents, pr flacks, managers…
verb

Publicize or promote.

Usage examples:

Each author is flacking his ‘exclusive’ account of the whole mess

Flacon

ˈflakɔ̃

Meanings of Flacon:

noun

A small stoppered bottle, especially one for perfume.

Usage examples:

Other bargains included a beautiful frosted glass perfume flacon and a brass ship's clock.

Meanings of Flacons:

noun

A small stoppered bottle, especially one for perfume.

Usage examples:

Other bargains included a beautiful frosted glass perfume flacon and a brass ship's clock.

Meanings of Flag:

noun

A piece of cloth or similar material, typically oblong or square, attachable by one edge to a pole or rope and used as the symbol or emblem of a country or institution or as a decoration during public festivities.

Usage examples:

The american flag
verb

Mark (an item) for attention or treatment in a specified way.

Usage examples:

The spellcheck program flags any words that are not in its dictionary

Meanings of Flag down:

phrasal verb

Signal to stop

Meanings of Flag-up:

phrasal verb

Draw attention to something.

Usage examples:

The disease was flagged up as a priority area for research
noun

A piece of cloth with a special color and pattern, used as a symbol esp. to represent a particular country or group

Usage examples:

The american flag, the man waved a red warning flag., she asked me to flag the names that appear on…
verb

To put a mark on something or against something so it can be found easily among other similar things

Usage examples:

Flag any files which might be useful later., we'll flag the records of interest in the database and…

Flag-waving

ˈflæɡˌweɪ.vɪŋ

Meanings of Flag-waving:

noun

The strong expression of support for a country or group, sometimes with military intention

Flagella

fləˈdʒɛləm

Meanings of Flagella:

noun

A slender threadlike structure, especially a microscopic appendage that enables many protozoa, bacteria, spermatozoa, etc. to swim.

Usage examples:

Development of the spermatid flagellum begins immediately after meiosis.

Plural of flagellum

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