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  1. Flounder (n) : struggle, tose tumble, roll, flounce


  2. Flour (n) : fine powder, dust


  3. Flourish (v) : thrive, prosper


  4. Flout (v) : treat with contempt, jeer, insult


  5. Flow (v) : move like liquid


  6. Flower (n) : the reproductive organ of a plant


  7. Fluctuate (v) : rise and fall


  8. Fluctuation (n) : unsteadiness


  9. Flue (n) : a passage for smoke


  10. Fluency (n) : easy delivery to speech


  11. Fluent (adj.) : able to speak readily and continuously, voluble


  12. Fluent (adv.) : fluently


  13. Fluid (n) : liquid substance


  14. Flush (v) : rush out and, spread suddenly


  15. Flute (n) : a musical wind instrument


  16. Flutter (n) : vibrate, confusion


  17. Fly (n) : an insect with two wings


  18. Fly (v) : move through the sky


  19. Flyleaf (n) : a blank page at the end or beginning of a book


  20. Foal (n) : Young horse or ass


  21. Foam (n) : froth


  22. Foam (v) : expel froth


  23. Focus (n) : point where rays, light meet


  24. Focus v) : concentrate


  25. Fodder (n) : dried food for cattle


  26. Foe (n) : an enemy, opponent


  27. Fog (n) : thick mist, a grass


  28. Foh (inter.) : exclamation or disgust


  29. Foible (n) : flaw, a weak point


  30. Foil (n) : a thin leaf of metal


  31. Foil (v) : oppress


  32. Foist (v) : thrust on, thrust in


  33. Fold (n) : doubling, plait, pen


  34. Foliage (n) : leaves of trees


  35. Folk (n) : people


  36. Folk-dance (n) : old time dance


  37. Follow (v) : go or come after, practise


  38. Following (n) : subsequent, coming after


  39. Folly (n) : foolishness, stupidity


  40. Foment (v) : to apply warm lotions


  41. Foment (n) : fomentation


  42. Fond (adj.) : loving, silly


  43. Fond (n) : fondness


  44. Fondle (v) : caress, touch lovingly


  45. Fondling (n) : one that is treated lovingly


  46. Food (n) : nutriment


  47. Foodstuff (n) : food-materials


  48. Fool (n) : a dolt, jester


  49. Foolish (adj.) : silly


  50. Foolish (adv.) : foolishly


  51. Foolscap (n) : a size of paper 17.5" x 13.5"




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