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English Vocabulary Index

How to Improve Your Vocabulary? on 15th April :

  1. Fall (v) : fail, die, descend, drop


  2. Fall (n) : a rush of water, slope, autumn, a dropping down, decline


  3. Fallible (adj.) : imperfect, liable to make mistakes


  4. Fallow (adj.) : untilled, yellowish unproductive


  5. False (adj.) : not real, artificial, incorrect


  6. Falsehood (n) : lie, dishonesty, untruth


  7. Falsify (v) : deceive, misinterpret, to prove to be wrong


  8. Falter (v) : totter, stammer, hesitate to be unsteady


  9. Fame (n) : renown, reputation


  10. Familiar (adj.) : known, common, intimate


  11. Familiarity (n) : close contact, intimacy


  12. Familiarize (v) : accustom, make well known


  13. Family (n) : all those living in one house


  14. Famine (n) : insufficiency, starvation


  15. Famish (v) : to suffer great hunger or thirst, starve to death


  16. Famous (adj.) : reputed, wee-known


  17. Fan (v) : an instrument for making a rush of air


  18. Fanatic (adj.) : extravagant, over zealous


  19. Fanfare (n) : loud blowing of trumpets


  20. Fang (n) : canine tooth of a wild beast, the poison tooth


  21. Fantastic (adj.) : imaginary, ridiculous, fanciful


  22. Far (adj. & adv) : distant, to a great distance


  23. Farce (n) : a dramatic play or comic doings intended to create laughter


  24. Fare (v) : to eat, to perform, to travel


  25. Fare (n) : cost of a journey, food


  26. Farewell (n) : happy goodbye, departure


  27. Farm (n) : a country house with land for ploughing


  28. Farm (n) : a portion of land under cultivation


  29. Farmer (n) : cultivator


  30. Farming (n) : cultivation


  31. Farmyard (n) : open space surrounding farm-buildings


  32. Farrier (n) : a horse doctor, one who shoes horses


  33. Farrow (n) : a family of baby pigs


  34. Farsighted (adj.) : prudent, able to see distant objects clearly


  35. Farther (adj.) : more remote, additional


  36. Farthing (n) : a coin worth one fourth of a penny


  37. Fascinate (v) : attract, enchant


  38. Fashion (n) : style, custom, way of doing a thing


  39. Fashionable (adj.) : stylish


  40. Fast (v) : not to eat


  41. Fasten (v) : to make firm, affix, join bind




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