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Fountaining

ˈfaʊntɪn

Meanings of Fountaining:

verb

Spurt or cascade like a fountain.

Usage examples:

A river of cold air fountained into the hold
noun

An ornamental structure in a pool or lake from which one or more jets of water are pumped into the air.

Usage examples:

Non-living structures include equipment, statues, urns, fountains and pools of water.

Fountains

ˈfaʊn.tɪn

Meanings of Fountains:

noun

An ornamental structure in a pool or lake from which one or more jets of water are pumped into the air.

Usage examples:

Non-living structures include equipment, statues, urns, fountains and pools of water.
verb

Spurt or cascade like a fountain.

Usage examples:

A river of cold air fountained into the hold

Meanings of Founts:

noun

A set of type of one particular face and size.

Usage examples:

Written material in a variety of fonts and formats

Meanings of Four:

cardinal number

Equivalent to the product of two and two; one more than three, or six less than ten; 4.

Usage examples:

Francesca's got four brothers
number

4

Usage examples:

A square has four sides., a four-part television series

Meanings of Four-letter-word:

noun

A short, rude or offensive word

Meanings of Fourball:

noun

A game in which two pairs of players compete, with the better score of each pair counting as the pair's score at each hole.

Usage examples:

She was in a four-ball with bob and her neighbours

Fourchette

fʊəˈʃɛt

Meanings of Fourchette:

noun

A thin fold of skin at the back of the vulva.

Usage examples:

Low lesions are often associated with fistulas to the perineum or posterior vaginal fourchette.

Fourierism

ˈfʊrɪərɪz(ə)m

Meanings of Fourierism:

noun

A system for the reorganization of society into self-sufficient cooperatives, in accordance with the principles of the french socialist charles fourier (1772–1837).

Usage examples:

A short two years after its induction into brook farm support for fourierism began to diminish.

Fourpenny

ˈfɔːp(ə)ni

Meanings of Fourpenny:

adjective

Costing or worth four pence, especially before decimalization (1971).

Usage examples:

Sometimes it seems as if the world and his wife have turned up to add their fourpenny worth.

Fours

fɔːr

Meanings of Fours:

number

Equivalent to the product of two and two; one more than three, or six less than ten; 4.

Usage examples:

Francesca's got four brothers
plural noun

A race for four-oared rowing boats.

Usage examples:

They won the women's senior fours at limerick regatta

Fourscore

fɔːˈskɔː

Meanings of Fourscore:

cardinal number

Eighty.

Usage examples:

The cares of fourscore summers

Meanings of Foursome:

noun

A group of four people.

Usage examples:

He and his fiancée made a foursome with helen and me

Foursomes

ˈfɔː.səm

Meanings of Foursomes:

noun

A group of four people.

Usage examples:

He and his fiancée made a foursome with helen and me

Meanings of Foursquare:

adverb

(of a building or structure) having a square shape and solid appearance.

Usage examples:

A four-square georgian house

Fourteener

ˌfɔːˈtiː.nər

Meanings of Fourteener:

noun

A mountain that is over 14,000 feet high

Usage examples:

Sisnaajini (blanca peak), one of colorado's famed "fourteeners", attracts a lot of hikers and climb…

Fourteens

fɔːˈtiːn

Meanings of Fourteens:

cardinal number

Equivalent to the product of seven and two; one more than thirteen, or six less than twenty; 14.

Usage examples:

They had spent fourteen days in solitary confinement

Fourteenth

ˌfɔːˈtiːnθ

Meanings of Fourteenth:

ordinal number

Constituting number fourteen in a sequence; 14th.

Usage examples:

The early fourteenth century
adjective

(in the position of) the number 14 in a series; 14th

Usage examples:

The fourteenth edition of the book, [ c ] could we arrange a meeting for the fourteenth of april?

Fourteenths

ˌfɔːˈtiːnθ

Meanings of Fourteenths:

ordinal number

Constituting number fourteen in a sequence; 14th.

Usage examples:

The early fourteenth century
adjective

(in the position of) the number 14 in a series; 14th

Usage examples:

The fourteenth edition of the book, [ c ] could we arrange a meeting for the fourteenth of april?
noun

One of 14 equal parts of something

Fourth

fɔːθ

Meanings of Fourth:

ordinal number

Constituting number four in a sequence; 4th.

Usage examples:

The fourth and fifth centuries

Fourth estate

ˌfɔːθ ɪˈsteɪt

Meanings of Fourth estate:

noun

Newspapers, magazines, television, and radio stations and the people who work for them who are thought to have a lot of political influence

Fourthly

ˈfɔːθli

Meanings of Fourthly:

adverb

In the fourth place (used to introduce a fourth point).

Usage examples:

Fourthly, and last, there are variations in context that influence the process

Fourths

fɔːθ

Meanings of Fourths:

ordinal number

Constituting number four in a sequence; 4th.

Usage examples:

The fourth and fifth centuries
adjective

(in the position of) the number 4 in a series; 4th

Usage examples:

Mark finished fourth in the race., [ c ] my birthday is on the fourth of december.

Meanings of Fovea:

noun

A small depression in the retina of the eye where visual acuity is highest. the centre of the field of vision is focused in this region, where retinal cones are particularly concentrated.

Usage examples:

When we gaze directly at an object, we hold our eyes in such a position that the image of the objec…

Foveae

ˈfəʊvɪə

Meanings of Foveae:

noun

A small depression in the retina of the eye where visual acuity is highest. the centre of the field of vision is focused in this region, where retinal cones are particularly concentrated.

Usage examples:

When we gaze directly at an object, we hold our eyes in such a position that the image of the objec…

Plural of fovea specialized

Fowl

faʊl

Meanings of Fowl:

noun

A bird of the order galliformes that is kept for its eggs and flesh; a domestic cock or hen.

Usage examples:

Although this assumption has not been rigorously tested in wild bird populations, data from domesti…

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