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English Vocabulary Index

Improve My English Vocabulary on 18th April :

  1. Fie (inter.) : an expression make out of disgust


  2. Field (n) : arena, land, open space


  3. Field marshal (n) : a military officer of the highest rank


  4. Fiend (n) : demon, an evil spirit, scoundrel


  5. Fierce (adj.) : violent, wild-looking, cruel, angry


  6. Fiery (adj.) : fire-like, excitable


  7. Fifteen (n) : five and ten


  8. Fig (n) : a tree bearing pear shaped many seeded pulpy fruits, unimportant matter


  9. Fight (v) : struggle, against to go to war with


  10. Fight (n) : struggle, war, quarrel


  11. Figment (n) : fancy, imaginary or invented story


  12. Figure (n), : metaphorical


  13. Figurative (adj.) : number, shape, form, diagram, picture


  14. Filament (n) : thread like object such as thin wire in an electric bulb


  15. Filariasis (n) : a fever caused by filarial


  16. File (n) : a holder or other device for keeping papers etc. a row, an instrument for smoothing


  17. File (v) : put in a file, march in a file, smooth or rub with a file


  18. Filial (adj.) : pertaining to son or daughter


  19. Fill (v) : to make full


  20. Fill (n) : fullness


  21. Filly (n) : a young mare


  22. Film (n) : a thin celluloid roll in which photographs are taken, a thin membrane, a layer


  23. Film (v) : cover with a film take photos


  24. Filter (n) : a strainer


  25. Filter (v) : percolate


  26. Filth (n) : nasty matter, impurity, dirt


  27. Filthy (adj.) : unclear, impure, dirty


  28. Filtration (v) : percolation


  29. Fin (n) : the wing like organ of the fish by which it balances or swims


  30. Final (adj.) : conclusive, resolved, ending last


  31. Finale (n) : the last part in a concert, termination


  32. Finality (n) : conclusiveness, end, completeness


  33. Finance (n) : money revenue


  34. Finance (v) : give money for


  35. Financial (adj.) : pertaining to money


  36. Financier (n) : one who looks after money matters, capitalist, treasurer


  37. Find (v) : to discover, provide


  38. Find (n) : thing discovered


  39. Finding (n) : decision


  40. Fine (n) : money paid as a penalty


  41. Fine (v) : impose a fine on


  42. Finery (n) : splendour, fine dress, etc.,


  43. Finger (n) : a digit


  44. Finger (v) : handle play, touch


  45. Fingerpost (n) : a sign-post


  46. Finish (v) : come to an end, complete, conclude


  47. Finite (adj.) : having a limit


  48. Fiord (n) : part of the sea projecting inland among hills


  49. Fjord (n) : part of the sea projecting inland among hills




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