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Vocabulary Words Starts With “F”

Welcome to Resultrecruitment.com vocabulary letter F page. Here in this page we will be providing you the letter which is starts from ‘F’ to improve your English vocabulary. Today English subject questions consist in every government and private competitive exam.

So, aspirants are required to improve the comprehension, spelling correction, antonyms by vocabulary. There are several of vocabulary words in our vocabulary list. Aspirant expressions and communications must be perfect through vocabulary. Aspirant’s memorization also increases by using the vocabulary. Here we are suggested you some vocabulary words that are specially asked in the competitive exam.

 

 

Word

Meaning

Example

Fabricate

put together out of artificial or natural components or parts

Generally they are fabricated in that hardest of all metals—steel.

Facet

A distinct feature or element in a problem

For the last two years, my work has focused on all facets of the energy sector, including investment, development and policy issues.

Facetious

cleverly amusing in tone

I am looked upon as highly facetious at night, for I crack jokes with everybody near me until we fall asleep.

Facile

performing adroitly and without effort

His facile talent adapted itself to every style in turn.

Falter

The act of pausing uncertainly

Tom tried to speak, but he faltered and moved from one foot to the other, in an embarrassed and hesitating way.

Familial

Relating to or having the characteristics of a family

They are also highly familial, with very high rates among first-degree relatives of affected people.

Fatal

Bringing death

It was a very fatal complication, death resulting in all but two instances.

Feign

Make a pretence of

Robots, says Christian, have become quite good at feigning conversation, giving an appearance of interchange, when in fact there is none.

Feral

wild and menacing

Rural Arkansans are seeing Razorback red as feral hogs are destroying yards, wreaking havoc on gardens and leaving behind their waste.

Fiasco

a sudden and violent collapse

Still, it’s hard to imagine a more embarrassing public relations fiasco than being connected with child sex trafficking — even indirectly.

Fidelity

The quality of being faithful

Her fidelity to Scriptural language may be seen in the following simple verses: Have ye heard the invitation, Sinners ruined by the fall?

Finesse

subtly skilful handling of a situation

Drivers say that turning on ice requires finesse — turn too much, and you will spin out; don’t turn enough, and the turn will not happen.

Firebrand

someone who deliberately foments trouble

The firebrand rarely pulled punches, and some obituarises are following his lead.

Fissure

A long narrow depression in a surface

The fissures produced in the crust are sometimes clean, sharply defined divisional planes, like cracks across a pane of glass.

Flippant

showing inappropriate levity

I may be flippant—several people have called me flippant—but I draw the line at making jokes about murder.

Flora

all the plant life in a particular region or period

“The flora is so vivid — every few meters you come across a different plant,” he explained later.

Flourish

grow vigorously

Roses are a flourishing industry in India, particularly around Valentine’s Day.

Fluke

a stroke of luck

Cautious that it might be a fluke, Midas tried the program in St. Louis and got similarly encouraging results.

Flux

in constant change

Though plans are still in flux, he will likely travel by sailboat, kayak, foot and mountain bike.

Forage

collect or look around for (food)

Banded birds also arrived later at the breeding grounds and took longer trips to forage for food.

 

 

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