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Forelands

ˈfɔːlənd

Meanings of Forelands:

noun

An area of land bordering on another or lying in front of a particular feature.

Usage examples:

Floodwater may contain higher carbon dioxide concentrations if the ph is sufficiently low, but both…

Foreleg

ˈfɔː.leɡ

Meanings of Foreleg:

noun

Either of the front legs of a four-footed animal.

Usage examples:

Males have a matt black coat, with white socks and a widening black stripe on the front of their fo…

Meanings of Forelegs:

noun

Either of the front legs of a four-footed animal.

Usage examples:

Males have a matt black coat, with white socks and a widening black stripe on the front of their fo…

Meanings of Forelimb:

noun

Either of the front limbs of an animal; a foreleg, wing, flipper, etc.

Usage examples:

Does the discovery of asymmetrical flight feathers on the forelimbs and hind limbs of dromaeosaurs …

Forelimbs

ˈfɔːlɪm

Meanings of Forelimbs:

noun

Either of the front limbs of an animal; a foreleg, wing, flipper, etc.

Usage examples:

Does the discovery of asymmetrical flight feathers on the forelimbs and hind limbs of dromaeosaurs …

Meanings of Forelock:

noun

A lock of hair growing just above the forehead.

Usage examples:

His shaggy forelock of dark hair was sticking up oddly over his shocked eyes.

Meanings of Forelocks:

noun

A lock of hair growing just above the forehead.

Usage examples:

His shaggy forelock of dark hair was sticking up oddly over his shocked eyes.

Meanings of Foreman:

noun

A male worker who supervises and directs other workers.

Usage examples:

For management officials and industrial arbitrators, male aggression towards foremen and supervisor…

Foremast

ˈfɔː.mɑːst

Meanings of Foremast:

noun

The mast of a ship nearest the bow.

Usage examples:

This he mounted on the cap of the foremast to give the ship a striking and original look.

Foremasts

ˈfɔːmɑːst

Meanings of Foremasts:

noun

The mast of a ship nearest the bow.

Usage examples:

This he mounted on the cap of the foremast to give the ship a striking and original look.

Foremen

ˈfɔː.mən

Meanings of Foremen:

noun

A male worker who supervises and directs other workers.

Usage examples:

For management officials and industrial arbitrators, male aggression towards foremen and supervisor…

Foremilk

ˈfɔːmɪlk

Meanings of Foremilk:

noun

The milk obtained in the first part of one session of breastfeeding a baby or milking a farm animal, which contains less fat than the milk at the end of the session (the hindmilk).

Usage examples:

I was making too much foremilk and not enough hindmilk

Meanings of Foremilks:

noun

The milk obtained in the first part of one session of breastfeeding a baby or milking a farm animal, which contains less fat than the milk at the end of the session (the hindmilk)

Usage examples:

I was making too much foremilk and not enough hindmilk

Foremost

ˈfɔː.məʊst

Meanings of Foremost:

adjective

Most prominent in rank, importance, or position.

Usage examples:

One of the foremost art collectors of his day
adverb

Before anything else in rank, importance, or position; in the first place.

Usage examples:

It was, foremost, the first unequivocal demonstration of the process

Foremother

ˈfɔːˌmʌð.ər

Meanings of Foremother:

noun

A female ancestor or precursor of something.

Usage examples:

My ancestors were systematically stolen and enslaved by white forefathers and foremothers - a legac…

Forename

ˈfɔːneɪm

Meanings of Forename:

noun

Another term for first name.

Forenames

ˈfɔː.neɪm

Meanings of Forenames:

noun

Another term for first name.

Meanings of Forenoon:

noun

The morning.

Usage examples:

The wind starts picking up in the forenoon

Meanings of Forenoons:

noun

The morning.

Usage examples:

The wind starts picking up in the forenoon

Forensic

fəˈren.zɪk

Meanings of Forensic:

adjective

Relating to or denoting the application of scientific methods and techniques to the investigation of crime.

Usage examples:

Forensic evidence
noun

Scientific tests or techniques used in connection with the detection of crime.

Usage examples:

The book detailed the advances in crime detection and forensics since the beginning of the century.

Meanings of Forensically:

adverb

Using forensic science

Usage examples:

A car used in the robbery has been recovered and is being forensically examined., the novel forensi…

Forensics

fəˈren.zɪks

Meanings of Forensics:

noun

Scientific tests or techniques used in connection with the detection of crime.

Usage examples:

The book detailed the advances in crime detection and forensics since the beginning of the century.
adjective

Relating to or denoting the application of scientific methods and techniques to the investigation of crime.

Usage examples:

Forensic evidence

Meanings of Foreordain:

verb

(of god or fate) appoint or decree (something) beforehand.

Usage examples:

Progress is not foreordained

Meanings of Foreordained:

verb

(of god or fate) appoint or decree (something) beforehand.

Usage examples:

Progress is not foreordained

Foreordaining

ˌfɔːrɔːˈdeɪn

Meanings of Foreordaining:

verb

(of god or fate) appoint or decree (something) beforehand.

Usage examples:

Progress is not foreordained

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