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  1. Frost (n) : frozen dew


  2. Frost (adj.) : frosty


  3. Frost-bitten (adj.) : suffering from exposure to excessive cold


  4. Froth (n) : foam


  5. Froth (adj.) : frothy


  6. Frown (v) : look displeased


  7. Frown (n) : a stern look


  8. Frozen (adj.) : frigid, also past participle of FREEZE


  9. Fructify (v) : make fruitful


  10. Frugal (adj.) : economical, thrifty


  11. Frugal (adv) : frugally


  12. Frugal (n) : frugality


  13. Fruit (n) : vegetable product fit for food and reproduction, produce, effect


  14. Fruition (n) : enjoyment, attainment of a thing longed for


  15. Fruitless (adj.) : vain; (opp.) : fruitful


  16. Frustrate (v) : defeat, disappoint


  17. Frustrate (n) : frustration


  18. Fry (v) : cook or roast over a fire in a pan with oil or fat


  19. Fry (n) : the young one of a fish


  20. Fudge (n) : humbug, nonsense


  21. Fudge (v) : fake


  22. Fuel (n) : anything used to feed fire, firewood


  23. Fuel (v) : supply fuel to


  24. Fugitive (n) : one who runs away from duty or danger


  25. Fulcrum (n) : fixes point about which a lever turns


  26. Fulfil (v) : carry out, perform


  27. Fulfilment (n) : act of fulfilling


  28. Full (adj.) : complete, reaching the limit


  29. Full (n) : highest degree


  30. Full (adv.) : the utmost extent


  31. Fumble (v) : grope about


  32. Fume (n) : smoke, vapour, rage


  33. Fume (v) : be in a rage, raise a smoke


  34. Fumigate (v) : disinfect by means of smoke or vapour


  35. Fumigate (n) : fumigation


  36. Fun (n) : sport, joke


  37. Function (n) : a ceremony, duty, work


  38. Functionary (n) : one who functions, an official


  39. Fund (n) : a stock of money to be used for some special object, capital


  40. Fund (v) : invest for interest


  41. Fundamental (adj.) : important, basic


  42. Fundamental (n) : an essential thing, a basic principle


  43. Funeral (n) : burial, cremation


  44. Funeral (adj.) : pertaining to burial or cremation


  45. Fungicide (n) : a preparation capable of destroying fungi


  46. Fungus (n) : mushroom


  47. Fungus (pl.) : fungi, funguses


  48. Funk (n) : a cowardice


  49. Funk (v) : befrightened


  50. Funky (adj.) : timid


  51. Funnel (n) : a conical tube, a smoke stack


  52. Funny (adj.) : full of fun


  53. Funny (adv.) : funnily


  54. Fur (n) : the fine soft hair of some animals


  55. Fur (v) : put on fur


  56. Furbish (v) : rub and polish


  57. Furious (adj.) : very angry


  58. Furl (v) : roll up, fold


  59. Furl (opp.) : unfurl




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