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Foddered

ˈfɒdə

Meanings of Foddered:

verb

Give fodder to (cattle or other livestock).

Usage examples:

The animals need foddering
noun

Food, especially dried hay or straw, for cattle and other livestock.

Usage examples:

The lower level is used to house livestock, fodder, food, and firewood, while the upper story holds…

Meanings of Fodderer:

noun

A person who provides cattle or other animals with fodder. in early use also more generally: a person who provides food (obsolete).

Foddering

ˈfɒdə

Meanings of Foddering:

verb

Give fodder to (cattle or other livestock).

Usage examples:

The animals need foddering
noun

Food, especially dried hay or straw, for cattle and other livestock.

Usage examples:

The lower level is used to house livestock, fodder, food, and firewood, while the upper story holds…

Meanings of Fodderless:

adjective

Without fodder.

Fodders

ˈfɒdə

Meanings of Fodders:

verb

Give fodder to (cattle or other livestock).

Usage examples:

The animals need foddering
noun

Food, especially dried hay or straw, for cattle and other livestock.

Usage examples:

The lower level is used to house livestock, fodder, food, and firewood, while the upper story holds…

Meanings of Fodgel:

adjective

Of a person: plump, rounded; buxom.

Foe

fəʊ

Meanings of Foe:

noun

An enemy or opponent.

Usage examples:

His work was praised by friends and foes alike
abbreviation

Friends of the earth.

Foehn

fɜːn

Meanings of Foehn:

noun

A hot southerly wind on the northern slopes of the alps.

Usage examples:

The valais is sheltered by the alps and, like south east switzerland, benefits particularly from th…

Meanings of Foeless:

adjective

Without a foe or foes; that has no enemies.

Meanings of Foeman:

noun

A foe, an enemy, especially in warfare. later also in weakened sense: an adversary, an opponent.

Foes

fəʊ

Meanings of Foes:

noun

An enemy or opponent.

Usage examples:

His work was praised by friends and foes alike
abbreviation

Friends of the earth.

Meanings of Foeship:

noun

A state or relationship of enmity. often opposed to friendship.

Foetal

ˈfiː.təl

Meanings of Foetal:

adjective

Relating to a fetus.

Usage examples:

Nutrients essential for normal fetal growth

Meanings of Foetation:

noun

The production, formation, development, or gestation of a fetus or embryo; an instance of this; a result of this.

Foeticide

ˈfiː.tɪ.saɪd

Meanings of Foeticide:

noun

Destruction or abortion of a fetus.

Usage examples:

Even before birth, the body may be killed through induced abortion and other types of feticide.

Meanings of Foetid:

adjective

Smelling extremely unpleasant.

Usage examples:

The fetid water of the marsh

Meanings of Foetiferous:

adjective

Generative; fruitful; productive. in later use also: containing or producing a fetus or embryo.

Foetor

ˈfiːtə

Meanings of Foetor:

noun

A strong, foul smell.

Usage examples:

The fetor of decay

Foetors

ˈfiːtə

Meanings of Foetors:

noun

A strong, foul smell.

Usage examples:

The fetor of decay

Foetus

ˈfiː.təs

Meanings of Foetus:

noun

An unborn or unhatched offspring of a mammal, in particular an unborn human more than eight weeks after conception.

Usage examples:

Adequate folic acid is important for the developing fetus

Foetuses

ˈfiː.təs

Meanings of Foetuses:

noun

An unborn or unhatched offspring of a mammal, in particular an unborn human more than eight weeks after conception.

Usage examples:

Adequate folic acid is important for the developing fetus

Meanings of Fog:

noun

A thick cloud of tiny water droplets suspended in the atmosphere at or near the earth's surface which obscures or restricts visibility (to a greater extent than mist; strictly, reducing visibility to below 1 km).

Usage examples:

The collision occurred in thick fog
verb

(with reference to a glass surface) cover or become covered with steam.

Usage examples:

Hot steam drifted about her, fogging up the window

Meanings of Fogbank:

noun

A dense mass of fog, especially at sea.

Fogbound

ˈfɒɡ.baʊnd

Meanings of Fogbound:

adjective

Unable to travel normally because of thick fog.

Usage examples:

Day after day we sat fogbound in east anglia

Fogbow

ˈfɒɡbəʊ

Meanings of Fogbow:

noun

A phenomenon similar to a rainbow, produced by sunlight shining on fog.

Usage examples:

Lunar rainbows, cloudbows and fogbows are similar to rainbows but are generally much fainter.

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