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Increase Vocabulary on 25th April :

  1. Fraud (n) : cheating, trick


  2. Fraudulent (adj.) : deceitful


  3. Fraudulent (adv.) : fraudulently


  4. Fraught (adj.) : involving, filled


  5. Fray (n) : a fight


  6. Fray (v) : rub


  7. Freak (n) : whim, caprice, abnormal state


  8. Free (adj.) : familiar


  9. Free (v) : set at liberty


  10. Freebooter (n) : a robber


  11. Freedom (n) : independence


  12. Free-spoken (adj.) : candid, frank


  13. Freeze (v) : become icy or solid, make inoperative or valueless


  14. Freight (n) : hire charges


  15. Frenzy (n) : violent excitement of the mind, madness


  16. Frequent (adj.) : coming often


  17. Frequent (v) : visit, (a place) , often


  18. Fresh (adj.) : new, not forgotten


  19. Freshet (n) : a small river of fresh water, flood


  20. Friar (n) : monk, mendicant


  21. Friction (n) : resistance between bodies moving one over another, rubber


  22. Friday (n) : the day of the week prior to Saturday


  23. Friend (n) : one who is on good terms with and loves another, a companion


  24. Friendly (adj.) : as between friends, kind


  25. Friendly (adv.) : as between friends, kind


  26. Friendship (n) : relationship between friends


  27. Fright (n) : sudden fear


  28. Frighten (v) : cause fear to, terrify


  29. Frightful (adj.) : fearful, terrible


  30. Frightful (adv.) : frightfully


  31. Frigid (adj.) : very cold


  32. Frill (n) : an ornamental border attached to a fabric


  33. Fringe (n) : ornamental border to garments, edge


  34. Frisk (v) : skip or dance in frolic


  35. Frisk (n) : a frolic


  36. Fritter (v) : waste away(money & energy) , cut into small pieces


  37. Frivolous (adj.) : of no importance, silly


  38. Frivolous (n) : frivolity, frivolousness


  39. Frivolous (adv.) : frivolously


  40. Fro (adv) : away, backward, from, to and from


  41. Frock (n) : a gown worn by women and children


  42. Frog (n) : a small amphibious animal


  43. Frolic (n) : sport, merry-making


  44. Frolic (adj.) : gay, merry


  45. Frolic (v) : play pranks


  46. Frolicsome (adj.) : full of frolic


  47. From (prep.) : starting at, out of


  48. Front (n) : the face, forepart


  49. Front (adj.) : situated in the foreground, directed forward


  50. Front (v) : face, oppose


  51. Frontage (n) : space lying in front


  52. Frontal (adj.) : directed against the front


  53. Frontier (n) : border of a country




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