Improving English Vocabulary



English Vocabulary Index

Improving English Vocabulary on 23rd April :

  1. Forenoon (n) : A.M, morning, part of the day before noon


  2. Forensic (adj.) : legal


  3. Forerunner (n) : one sent before, one who foreshadows


  4. Foresee (v) : predict


  5. Foreshadow (v) : be a warning of


  6. Foreshore (n) : the beach


  7. Foresight (n) : forethought, prescience


  8. Forest (n) : wood, chase


  9. Forestall (v) : anticipate, act in advance of


  10. Foretaste (n) : experience in advance


  11. Foretell (v) : predict, foreshow


  12. Forethought (n) : prudence, foresight


  13. Forever (adj.) : at all times, for all time to come


  14. Forewarn (v) : warn in advance, caution


  15. Foreword (n) : an introductory comment of a book


  16. Forfeit (v) : lose by an offence, deprive of


  17. Forge (n) : smith’s workshop


  18. Forge (v) : invent, hammer into shape


  19. Forgery (n) : making a counterfeit signature


  20. Forget (v) : to lose the remembrance of, neglect


  21. Forgetful (adj.) : unmindful, inattentive


  22. Forgetful (adv.) : forgetfully


  23. Forgive (adj.) : pardon


  24. Forgive (n) : forgiveness


  25. Forgo (v) : do without, relinquish


  26. Forgotten (v) : p.p.of FORGET


  27. Fork (v) : bifurcate, pirch, divide


  28. Forlorn (adj.) : forsaken, wretched


  29. Form (n) : shape, a class of pupils in a school


  30. Form (v) : make , give shape to


  31. Formal (adj.) : conventional, according to rules and ceremonies


  32. Formality (n) : formal practice, custom


  33. Formation (n) : a settled order , form, structure


  34. Former (adj.) : before(in time or order), preceding


  35. Formerly (adv) : in times past


  36. Formidable (adj.) : terrible, difficult


  37. Formula (n) : a principle


  38. Formulate (v) : set out in clear terms


  39. Forsake (v) : leave


  40. Forsaken (adj.) : given up, deserted


  41. Forsooth (adv) : in reality


  42. Forswear (v) : give up on oath, renounce, falsely


  43. Fort (n) : a place built and armed for defence


  44. Forth (adv) : out from


  45. Forthcoming (adj.) : approaching




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