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Meanings of For-all-one-knows:

idiom

Said to show that something is not important to someone

Usage examples:

You could be the queen of england, for all i care - you're not coming in here without a ticket.

Meanings of For-all-practical-purposes:

phrase

In fact

Usage examples:

Dr frampton is in charge, but for all practical purposes, her assistant runs the office., two of th…

Meanings of For-all-time:

phrase

Always

Usage examples:

I will love you for all time., he would be hers for all time., and here, preserved for all time, ar…

Meanings of For-certain:

idiom

Definitely or positively

phrase

Without any doubt.

Usage examples:

I don't know for certain

Meanings of For-each:

idiom

Perfectly matched

Usage examples:

The long cool drinks and the hot spicy food were made for each other., the two of you were made for…

For-ever

fəˈre.vər

Meanings of For-ever:

adverb

For all time, without end

Usage examples:

Nobody lives forever., she was forever late for appointments., he was forever saying that he’d pay …

Meanings of For-ever-and-ever:

idiom

A very long time or for a very long time

Usage examples:

They take forever and a day to get anything done., this is something i've dreamed about forever and…

For-free

ˌfriː.fəˈrɔːl

Meanings of For-free:

noun

An argument or fight in which many people take part

Meanings of For-good:

idiom

Permanently

Usage examples:

She says she’s leaving him for good.

Meanings of For-myself:

phrasal verb

To take care of and provide for yourself, without depending on anyone else

Usage examples:

The strike left a million commuters to fend for themselves in getting to work.

Meanings of For-now:

phrase

Used to introduce a new subject

Usage examples:

And now for what we're going to do tomorrow., and now for my next trick!, and now a word from our p…

Meanings of For-one:

idiom

Used to say that you think your opinion or action is right, even if others do not

Usage examples:

The rest of you may disagree, but i, for one, think we should go ahead with the plan.

Meanings of For-profit:

adjective

Used to describe an organization or service that exists to make a profit

Usage examples:

The law here allows hospitals to be operated on a for-profit basis.

Meanings of For-sale:

noun

An occasion when new shares in a company are sold through a financial organization, rather than directly by the company itself

Usage examples:

The €2 billion offer for sale of the spanish oil company attracted many investors.

For-show

ʃəʊ

Meanings of For-show:

verb

To cause or allow something to be seen

Usage examples:

You should show that rash to your doctor., these trees show the effects of acid rain., he’s startin…
noun

An event at which goods and services, or information about them, are displayed so that people can decide whether to buy them

Usage examples:

A fashion/technology/trade show, we try to schedule our show ahead of tucson so dealers can leave h…

Meanings of For-the-future:

phrase

As far into the future as you can imagine or plan for

Usage examples:

I'll be living here for the foreseeable future., he asked me if there was any point in the foreseea…

Meanings of For-the-moment:

phrase

If you do something for the moment, you are doing it now, but might do something different in the future

Usage examples:

Let's keep doing what we agreed for the moment., one day we might think about making a move to the …

Meanings of For-the-most-part:

phrase

Mostly or usually

Usage examples:

He was, for the most part, quite helpful., my friends and colleagues have, for the most part, been …

Meanings of For-the-sake-of:

noun

An advantage or benefit

Usage examples:

For his sake, i hope he has some protection., she tried to look healthy, for her husband’s sake., h…

Meanings of For-the-worse:

idiom

Making a situation worse

Usage examples:

The doctor says her condition has changed for the worse.

Fora

ˈfɔːrəm

Meanings of Fora:

noun

A meeting or medium where ideas and views on a particular issue can be exchanged.

Usage examples:

We hope these pages act as a forum for debate

Plural of forum

Forage

ˈfɒr.ɪdʒ

Meanings of Forage:

verb

(of a person or animal) search widely for food or provisions.

Usage examples:

The birds forage for aquatic invertebrates, insects, and seeds
noun

Food such as grass or hay for horses and cattle; fodder.

Usage examples:

It may provide enough forage to delay turning cattle into spring pastures with limited growth that …

Foraged

ˈfɒr.ɪdʒ

Meanings of Foraged:

verb

(of a person or animal) search widely for food or provisions.

Usage examples:

The birds forage for aquatic invertebrates, insects, and seeds
noun

Food such as grass or hay for horses and cattle; fodder.

Usage examples:

It may provide enough forage to delay turning cattle into spring pastures with limited growth that …

Forager

ˈfɒr.ɪdʒ.ər

Meanings of Forager:

noun

A person or animal that searches widely for food or provisions.

Usage examples:

He is an expert forager who finds and eats healthy, local ingredients growing in the wild

Foragers

ˈfɒr.ɪdʒ.ər

Meanings of Foragers:

noun

A person or animal that searches widely for food or provisions.

Usage examples:

He is an expert forager who finds and eats healthy, local ingredients growing in the wild

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