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Following

ˈfɒl.əʊ.ɪŋ

Meanings of Following:

preposition

Coming after or as a result of.

Usage examples:

Police are hunting for two men following a spate of robberies in the area
noun

A body of supporters or admirers.

Usage examples:

He attracted a worldwide following
adjective

Next in time.

Usage examples:

The following day there was a ceremony in st peter's square
verb

Go or come after (a person or thing proceeding ahead); move or travel behind.

Usage examples:

She went back into the house, and ben followed her

Meanings of Followingly:

adverb

As a result or consequence; consequently, therefore.

Followings

ˈfɒl.əʊ.ɪŋ

Meanings of Followings:

noun

A body of supporters or admirers.

Usage examples:

He attracted a worldwide following
preposition

Coming after or as a result of.

Usage examples:

Police are hunting for two men following a spate of robberies in the area
adjective

Next in time.

Usage examples:

The following day there was a ceremony in st peter's square

Follows

ˈfɒləʊ

Meanings of Follows:

verb

Go or come after (a person or thing proceeding ahead); move or travel behind.

Usage examples:

She went back into the house, and ben followed her

Meanings of Followup:

noun

A continuation or repetition of something that has already been started or done.

Usage examples:

A follow-up study of the same interviewees after retirement

Folly

ˈfɒl.i

Meanings of Folly:

noun

Lack of good sense; foolishness.

Usage examples:

An act of sheer folly

Folsom

ˈfəʊlsəm

Meanings of Folsom:

noun

A palaeo-indian culture of central and north america, dated to about 10,500–8,000 years ago. the culture is distinguished by fluted stone projectile points or spearheads ( folsom points ).

proper noun

A city in north central california, north-east of sacramento; population 67,788 (est. 2008).

Meanings of Fomalhaut:

proper noun

The brightest star in the constellation piscis austrinus.

Foment

fəʊˈment

Meanings of Foment:

verb

Instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action).

Usage examples:

They accused him of fomenting political unrest

Fomentation

ˌfəʊmɛnˈteɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Fomentation:

noun

The action of instigating or stirring up undesirable sentiment or actions.

Usage examples:

The fomentation of discontent

Fomentations

ˌfəʊmɛnˈteɪʃ(ə)n

Meanings of Fomentations:

noun

The action of instigating or stirring up undesirable sentiment or actions.

Usage examples:

The fomentation of discontent

Fomented

fəʊˈment

Meanings of Fomented:

verb

Instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action).

Usage examples:

They accused him of fomenting political unrest

Meanings of Fomenting:

verb

Instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action).

Usage examples:

They accused him of fomenting political unrest

Foments

fəʊˈment

Meanings of Foments:

verb

Instigate or stir up (an undesirable or violent sentiment or course of action).

Usage examples:

They accused him of fomenting political unrest

Meanings of Fomes:

noun

Something that is capable of transferring a disease from one place or individual to another; specifically an object or substance that is contaminated with an infectious agent and capable of transmitting it by direct contact; = "fomite". now somewhat rare.

Fomites

ˈfəʊmɪtiːz

Meanings of Fomites:

plural noun

Objects or materials which are likely to carry infection, such as clothes, utensils, and furniture.

Usage examples:

Transmission by virus-contaminated hands or fomites is less likely.

Fon

fɒn

Meanings of Fon:

noun

A member of a people inhabiting the southern part of benin.

Usage examples:

The fon (founders of the dahomey kingdom) are the largest group.
adjective

Relating to the fon or their language.

Usage examples:

The puppets wear the clothing and regalia of fon chiefs, attesting to the interethnic community of …

Meanings of Fonctionnaire:

noun

In france or french-speaking countries: a government official; a civil servant.

Fond

fɒnd

Meanings of Fond:

adjective

Having an affection or liking for.

Usage examples:

I'm very fond of mel

Meanings of Fond-of:

phrase

To like someone or something very much

Usage examples:

"i'm very fond of you, you know," he said., she was very fond of horses., she's one of my dearest f…

Meanings of Fondaco:

noun

Chiefly in italy and egypt: an inn or lodging where foreign merchants reside, store goods, and conduct trade. also more generally: an inn.

Fondant

ˈfɒn.dənt

Meanings of Fondant:

noun

A thick paste made of sugar and water and often flavoured or coloured, used in the making of sweets and the icing and decoration of cakes.

Usage examples:

Fondant icing is literally fondant warmed with a little syrup, flavoured, and coloured.

Meanings of Fondants:

noun

A thick paste made of sugar and water and often flavoured or coloured, used in the making of sweets and the icing and decoration of cakes.

Usage examples:

Fondant icing is literally fondant warmed with a little syrup, flavoured, and coloured.

Fonder

fɒnd

Meanings of Fonder:

adjective

Having an affection or liking for.

Usage examples:

I'm very fond of mel

Meanings of Fondest:

adjective

Having an affection or liking for.

Usage examples:

I'm very fond of mel

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