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Frankish

ˈfrankɪʃ

Meanings of Frankish:

adjective

Relating to the ancient franks or their language.

Usage examples:

But it was in 1165 that frederick barbarossa had the frankish emperor charlemagne canonized and a l…
noun

The germanic language of the ancient franks.

Usage examples:

The northern tongue was influenced by frankish, the germanic language of the franks, who gave their…

Meanings of Franklin:

noun

A landowner of free but not noble birth in the 14th and 15th centuries in england.

Usage examples:

Hoping to gain more vassals, they put the franklins - free landowners not of the noble class - in a…

Franklins

ˈfraŋklɪn

Meanings of Franklins:

noun

A landowner of free but not noble birth in the 14th and 15th centuries in england.

Usage examples:

Hoping to gain more vassals, they put the franklins - free landowners not of the noble class - in a…

Meanings of Frankly:

adverb

In an open, honest, and direct manner.

Usage examples:

She talks very frankly about herself

Meanings of Frankness:

noun

The quality of being open, honest, and direct in speech or writing.

Usage examples:

Lisa spoke with disarming frankness about the accident

Franks

fræŋk

Meanings of Franks:

verb

Stamp an official mark on (a letter or parcel) to indicate that postage has been paid or does not need to be paid.

Usage examples:

Each cover will be franked with a specially designed postmark
noun

An official mark or signature on a letter or parcel, indicating that postage has been paid or does not need to be paid.

Usage examples:

Several candidates explained in great detail the advantages incumbents have in fundraising, media a…
adjective

Open, honest, and direct in speech or writing, especially when dealing with unpalatable matters.

Usage examples:

A long and frank discussion

Frantic

ˈfræn.tɪk

Meanings of Frantic:

adjective

Distraught with fear, anxiety, or other emotion.

Usage examples:

She was frantic with worry

Frantically

ˈfræn.tɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Frantically:

adverb

In a distraught way owing to fear, anxiety, or other emotion.

Usage examples:

Women wept as they frantically searched for missing children

Meanings of Frap:

verb

Bind (something) tightly.

Usage examples:

An attempt to frap the ship by passing cables under the hull

Frappe

ˈfræp.eɪ

Meanings of Frappe:

adjective

(of a drink) iced or chilled.

Usage examples:

A crème de menthe frappé
noun

A drink served with ice or frozen to a slushy consistency.

Usage examples:

So, mind if i go about making you a frappé with regular coffea arabica?

Meanings of Frapped:

verb

Bind (something) tightly.

Usage examples:

An attempt to frap the ship by passing cables under the hull

Frappes

ˈfræp.eɪ

Meanings of Frappes:

noun

A drink served with ice or frozen to a slushy consistency.

Meanings of Frapping:

verb

Bind (something) tightly.

Usage examples:

An attempt to frap the ship by passing cables under the hull

Meanings of Fraps:

verb

Bind (something) tightly.

Usage examples:

An attempt to frap the ship by passing cables under the hull

Fraser

ˌfreɪ.ʒə ˈfɜːr

Meanings of Fraser:

proper noun

A river of british columbia. it rises in the rocky mountains and flows in a wide curve 1,360 km (850 miles) into the strait of georgia, just south of vancouver.

noun

A kind of small fir (= a tall evergreen tree (= one that never loses its leaves) with leaves like needles) that grows especially in north america

Usage examples:

About 800 fraser firs were planted per acre., other popular christmas trees in the uk include the f…

Meanings of Frass:

noun

Fine powdery refuse or fragile perforated wood produced by the activity of boring insects.

Usage examples:

We felt the fine, sharply scented frass of a carpenter ant colony with our fingertips.

Meanings of Frat:

noun

A college fraternity.

Usage examples:

A frat party

Fratch

fratʃ

Meanings of Fratch:

verb

Have a quarrel or disagreement.

Usage examples:

Mr. godfrey and father can talk together for hours without fratching.

Meanings of Fratched:

verb

Have a quarrel or disagreement.

Usage examples:

Mr. godfrey and father can talk together for hours without fratching.

Fratching

fratʃ

Meanings of Fratching:

verb

Have a quarrel or disagreement.

Usage examples:

Mr. godfrey and father can talk together for hours without fratching.

Frater

ˈfreɪtə

Meanings of Frater:

noun

The dining room or refectory of a monastery.

Usage examples:

The frater, or refectory, retains its wall pulpit from which the monks were read to while they ate …

Fraternal

frəˈtɜː.nəl

Meanings of Fraternal:

adjective

Of or like a brother or brothers.

Usage examples:

His lack of fraternal feeling shocked me

Meanings of Fraternal-twins:

noun

Either of two people born to the same mother at the same time who came from different eggs, may be of different sexes, and do not always look similar

Fraternally

frəˈtɜː.nəl.i

Meanings of Fraternally:

adverb

In a friendly way, like a brother

Usage examples:

He kissed her fraternally on the cheek., they were welcomed fraternally and entertained in one of t…

Meanings of Fraternisation:

noun

The action of meeting someone socially, especially someone who belongs to an opposing army or team, or has a different social position

Usage examples:

Fraternization with the enemy was against the rules., army regulations prohibit fraternization betw…

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