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- A unit of capacitance equal to one billion (109) farads, used in the centimeter-gram-second system of units
- to make something (more) acidic or sour; to convert into an acid.
- to neutralize alkalis, as to acidify sugar
- to sour, to embitter.
- Enduringly stuck to, or attached to, something.
- A town in Kent.
- A town in borough, Surrey (previously in Middlesex).
- A village in district, Devon, England
- A village in district, Devon
- A village in Derbyshire, Ashford-in-the-Water.
- thoroughly confused, puzzled
- having baffles
- The county town of Bedfordshire, England.
- A truck formerly manufactured by the Bedford company, a subsidiary company of Vauxhall Motors.
- A city in Indiana, USA
- A small city in Iowa, USA
- A small city in Kentucky, USA
- A town in Massachusetts Commonwealth.
- A town in New Hampshire State.
- Extremely affluent town in New York State.
- A community in Nova Scotia, Canada.
- A city in Ohio State.
- A borough in Pennsylvania, USA
- A city and township in Quebec, Canada.
- A town in Eastern Cape, South Africa.
- A city in Texas State.
- A town in Virginia, USA
- A in Wyoming State.
- To drift about; drift around.
- To make a dwarf of; to stunt or hinder the growth of; to dwarf.
- A city/town in North Dakota.
- Portentous; ominous.
- a town in Massachusetts.
- Any member of the Bufonidae.
- The capital city of Wales
- Collectively, all chefs.
- The state of being a chef.
- Very pleased or satisfied, delighted.
- Annoyed, displeased, disgruntled"chuffed" at dictionary.com.
- Having a cleft; cloven.
- formed by cliffs
- A cod (the fish).
- The flesh of the cod as food.
- To found at the same time as another.
- To found with one or more other people.
- To trust, have faith (in).
- To entrust (something) to the responsibility of someone.
- To take (someone) into one's confidence, to speak in secret with. ( + in)
- To say (something) in confidence.
- To damage physically; to injure.
- To cause injuries or loss to.
- To dress as, or to adopt the style of, a dandy.
- The servant that brings the meat to the table at a meal.
- The most senior of the five great officers of state in the medieval French royal court.
- Full of daring or defiance; adventurous.
- Full of darkness
- To question someone after a military mission in order to obtain intelligence.
- To question someone, or a group of people, after the implementation of a project in order to learn from mistakes etc.
- To inform subjects of an experiment about what has happened in a complete and accurate manner.
- Full of deeds or exploits; active; stirring.
- One who defaces; a vandal.
- The condition of failing to meet an obligation.
- the original software programming settings as set by the factory
- A loss incurred by failing to compete.
- A selection made in the absence of an alternative.
- A value used when none has been given; a tentative value or standard that is presumed.
- The failure of a defendant to appear and answer a summons and complaint.
- A failing or failure; omission of that which ought to be done; neglect to do what duty or law requires.
- Fault; offence; wrong act.
- To fail to meet an obligation.
- To lose a competition by failing to compete.
- To assume a value when none was given; to presume a tentative value or standard.
- To fail to appear and answer a summons and complaint.
- To annul or render void a contract or stipulation; to abrogate.
- The action of defending, of protecting from attack, danger or injury.
- Something used to oppose attack(s).
- An argument in support or justification of something.
- A strategy and tactics employed to prevent the other team from scoring; contrasted with offence.
- The portion of a team dedicated to preventing the other team from scoring; contrasted with offence.
- Government policy or (infra)structure related to the military.
- Prohibition; a prohibitory ordinance.
- To furnish with defences; to fortify.
- To remove some or all fiber from.
- Having a definition or value.
- Having extreme muscle separation as a result of low body fat.
- Agent noun of define; one who defines.
- To make (something) deviate from its original path.
- To deviate from its original path.
- To avoid addressing (questions, criticism, etc.).
- To divert (attention, etc.).
- to remove the flesh from
- To cause (a lens, or a beam of light or particles, etc.) to be out of focus.
- To withhold land unlawfully from its true owner or from any other person who has a right to the possession of it, after one has lawfully entered and taken possession of it.
- To obtain money or property by fraud; to swindle.
- To deprive.
- to divest of a frock
- to formally remove the rights and authority of a member of the clergy.
- To remove frost from.
- To thaw something.
- To recover from something tiresome.
- Deceased, dead.
- No longer in use, inactive.
- Specifically, of a program: that has terminated but is still shown in the list of processes because the parent process that created it is still running and has not yet reaped it. See also zombie, zombie process.
- No longer in business or service.
- (of a language) No longer spoken.
- To make defunct.
- The dead person (referred to).
- conformable to the will of God
- To make dense.
- To become dense.
- secret; hence, lonely, sad, mournful
- irregular in form; not uniform; anomalous or dissimilar
- to invest with dignity or honour
- to give distinction to
- to exalt in rank
- to honor.
- Fearful, terrible.
- To deform or disfigure.
- as much as a dish will hold
- To remove the leaves from.
- To remove the roof from; to unroof.
- A device to which a bundle of natural fibres (often wool, flax, or cotton) are attached for temporary storage, before being drawn off gradually to spin thread. A traditional distaff is a staff with flax fibres tied loosely to it (see Etymology), but modern distaffs are often made of cords weighted with beads, and attached to the wrist.
- The part of a spinning wheel from which fibre is drawn to be spun.
- Anything traditionally done by or considered of importance to women only.
- A woman, or women considered as a group.
- Of, relating to, or characteristic of women.
- Of the maternal side of a family.
- The act by which an item of clothing is doffed.
- A foot soldier, especially during World War II.
- An ugly person.
- A fall in which both wrestlers touch the ground at the same time; hence, in extended use, any tie or stalemate.
- Any of various small sharks
- especially those from the family Squalidae
- a catshark, any shark from family Scyliorhinidae
- a kitefin shark, any shark from family Dalatiidae
- Scyliorhinus canicula or Scyliorhinus stellaris
- Scyliorhinus canicula
- Squalus acanthias, or
- The bowfin, Amia calva.
- Filled with grief, mournful, bringing feelings of sadness.
- Full of condemnation or destructive power.
- of a certain depth required to float (said of a vessel); used comparatively with shallow, deep, etc.
- One who is drafted (into a military service, etc)
- A person who prepares technical drawings and plans.
- A person who prepares drafts.
- A person who writes a legislative bill.
- A person who moves from place to place or job to job.
- A type of lightweight sail used in light winds like a spinnaker.
- A driver who uses driving techniques to modify vehicle traction to cause a vehicle to slide or power slide rather than drive in line with the tires.
- One who takes part in drift fishing.
- A person employed in driving in rock other than coal.
- A particular kind of vitreous or dull, olive-green to grey-green orthorhombic mineral.
- To sweeten the taste of.
- To make sweeter or more pleasant.
- Toneutralise the acidity of.
- To mollify or make peaceful.
- To make stupid in intellect.
- A kind of cured codfish.
- Accepting of one's legal or moral obligations and willing to do them well, and without complaint.
- Pertaining to one's duty; demonstrative of one's sense of duty.
- A fan of the British comedy series .
- Furnished with buildings.
- The state of being an elf.
- name borne by a medieval English queen; rare today.
- A town and borough in North London
- A heraldic monster with the head of a fox, the chest of a greyhound, the talons of an eagle, the body of a lion, and the hindlegs and tail of a wolfA Complete Guide to Heraldry by Charles Fox-Davies (London, 1909), p. 231.
- Having some object, such as the head of a man or beast, impaled upon it.
- Capable of fading, or losing its colour.
- A vapid or meaningless remark; a commonplace; nonsense.
- Being or relating to a fad; trendy.
- The behaviour of a faddist; following fads.
- A person or entity given to following fads.
- Having characteristics of a fad.
- Having faith or a faith; honest; sincere.
- Having faith of a specified quality or type.
- A horse's movement of throwing itself on its haunches two or three times, bending in very quick curvets.
- A privilege of setting up, and moving about, folds for sheep, in any fields within manors, in order to manure them; often reserved to himself by the lord of the manor.
- A fee or rent paid by a tenant for the privilege of faldage on his own ground.
- A frieze or rough-napped cloth.
- Having the shape of fan or concertina, with a row of sheets alternately folded backwards and forwards.
- To fold in this manner.
- of To have “the fantods” is to be in a state of nervousness, distress, or anxiety.
- Of or pertaining to electricity, especially to electrical induction.
- Of a horse: having the disease called farcy.
- Material used to fill space and prevent goods from moving about during transport; dunnage.
- An idiot; a fool.
- A cyprinid fish of the Mississippi valley, Pimephales promelas, the
- A labroid food fish of California; the California sheephead.
- A blobfish,
- Any of several species of fish of the genus
- Of or pertaining to prophecy; prophetic
- A member of a Muslim dynasty in North Africa and Egypt (Approx CE 900-1200).
- A heartwood of pine trees, impregnated with resin, useful in the manufacture of pitch and pine tar.
- An officer tasked with the administration of a sarkar.
- A Brazilian plantation, often associated with slavery during the colonial period.
- An Arab guerrilla or commando.
- A box containing animal feed.
- An instance of giving food.
- That which is eaten; food.
- That which furnishes or affords food, especially for animals; pastureland.
- Land on which livestock are fattened for market.
- Being a pretense, a counterfeit, or something false or fraudulent.
- of and Jewish origin.
- An accomplice.
- An ancient officer of the
- In Irish mythology, Cúchulainn's best friend and foster-brother.
- Held by, or relating to, feudal tenure.
- A tenant who holds his lands by feudal service; a feudatory.
- A feodary.
- Participation in feuds.
- One who takes part in feuds.
- A writer on feuds; a person versed in feudal law.
- Affected by a fever; feverish.
- heated, impassioned
- Having fibers/fibres.
- A benign tumour of the uterus that is composed of either fibrous connective tissue or muscle.
- A fibroma.
- The lowest title of nobility in Portugal, corresponding to that of hidalgo in Spain.
- The iron framework round the deck opening that leads to the stokehole of a steamer; usually covered by a grating of iron bars; the space below this.
- the doctrine that faith is the basis of all knowledge
- A subscriber to fideism.
- Having, or pertaining to, a tendency to fidget.
- A piece of paper used for lighting a pipe, etc.
- The estate controlled by a feudal lord; a fief.
- Any organization in the control of a dominant individual.
- A player of the fielding side, whose task is to gather the ball after the batsman has hit it, to catch the batsman out, or to prevent him from scoring.
- A defensive player in the field.
- A dog trained in pursuit of game in the field.
- Like a fiend; devilish.
- Any of several frugivorous birds, of the genus Sphecotheres, from Australia.
- Having a pattern considered attractive appearing on a section.
- Adorned with a figure or figures.
- The film (movie) industry; the people who work in that industry.
- A result of research or an investigation.
- A formal conclusion by a judge, jury or regulatory agency on issues of fact.
- A self-contained component of assembled jewellery.
- a city in Ohio, USA
- of the Nordic countries having borders with Sweden, Norway and Russia. Official name: Republic of Finland.
- Eryngium foetidum, a plant supposed to be a remedy for fits.
- attached to someone or something in a neurotic or pathological manner
- In a fixed manner: steadily, without shifting one's gaze.
- In a fixed manner: unchangingly, without changing one's expression.
- Firmly, resolutely.
- Soft; floppy.
- Lacking energy or vigor.
- Marked with a flag.
- Paved with flagstones.
- Having split, bushy ends (of bristles).
- Having one or more flanges
- Fitted with a flap.
- An open freight vehicle with no sides, designed to carry heavy or outsized loads.
- A railway freight car with no sides; a flatcar.
- A document scanner with a flat bed.
- Having a flat bed.
- The exocarp in citruses.
- Feathered; furnished with feathers or wings; able to fly.
- Having flesh; corpulent.
- Having a specified form of flesh or body.
- Having split, bushy ends (of bristles).
- Filled with water from rain or rivers.
- Filled with too much fluid.
- Overwhelmed with too much of something.
- A channel or device for carrying and controlling water used in flood irrigation.
- A person who floods message boards, chat rooms etc. with unwanted or repetitive comments.
- Something that tends to flood.
- A device for controlling or maintaining the flow of liquid.
- A person employed to handle issues arising from flooding.
- A buffoon.
- Trivial matters; nonsense.
- Pertaining to a fluid, or to a flowing motion.
- Of or pertaining to a fluid
- Of or pertaining to fluidics
- Red in the face because of embarrassment, exertion, etc.
- Directing all one's efforts towards achieving a particular goal.
- Dealing with some narrowly defined aspects of a broader phenomenon.
- Fitted for, or relating to, digging.
- One of the Fodientia.
- Designed to fold; as a folding bed, a folding bicycle, a folding chair, etc.
- The action of folding; a fold.
- The keeping of sheep in enclosures on arable land, etc.
- Code folding: a source code display technique that can hide the contents of methods, classes, etc. for easier navigation.
- the deformation of the Earth's crust in response to slow lateral compression.
- Paper money, as opposed to coins.
- A type of inn, especially as the residence of a merchant or trader; a trading post, a trading factory.
- A flavored, creamy sugar preparation, used for icing cakes or as a base for candies.
- A candy filled with such a preparation.
- a sugar dough, usually prepared as large sheets (rolled fondant), used in place of icing to cover large areas of cakes, composed of sugar, water, gelatin, glycerine
- The base or flux, in enamel, which is colored throughout by metallic oxide while in a state of fusion.
- Stooping, as for prey: said of an eagle, a falcon, etc.
- The state or essence of being a fool.
- The soft underside of an animal's paw.
- A medicated bandage for the treatment of corns and warts.
- A thief on foot who robs travellers on the road.
- (also foot pad) An unmade, minor walking trail formed only by foot traffic.
- Covered in blood.
- A forbidding, prohibition.
- A command forbidding a thing.
- The act by which something is forded.
- Fording place
- Exhausted; worn out; overcome.
- Destroyed; utterly ruined.
- To make dull; stupefy.
- a city in Arkansas, USA
- a village in Nebraska, USA.
- a village in council area, Scotland
- Past or former days
- The earlier part of the day; the morning or early afternoon.
- To prohibit; to forbid; to avert.
- A kind of land mine; a fougasse.
- A light-weight silk or silk-and-cotton fabric, often with a printed pattern.
- A piece of clothing made with this fabric.
- To flash like lightning; to lighten; to gleam; to thunder.
- To set up; to launch; to institute.
- Use as a basis for; grounded on.
- Having a basis.
- One who founds, establishes, and erects; one who lays a foundation; an author; one from whom something originates; one who endows.
- Someone for whose parents one has no data.
- The iron worker in charge of the blast furnace and the smelting operation.
- One who casts metals in various forms; a caster.
- Of a ship, to fill with water and sink.
- To fall; to stumble and go lame, as a horse.
- To fail; to miscarry.
- To cause to fill and sink, as a ship.
- To disable or lame (a horse) by causing internal inflammation and soreness in the feet or limbs.
- A facility that melts metals in special furnaces and pours the molten metal into molds to make products. Foundries are usually specified according to the type of metal dealt with: iron foundry, brass foundry, etc.
- The act, process, or art of casting metals; founding.
- A semiconductor fabrication plant in the microelectronics industry.
- Having a part displaced, as if broken; said of an ordinary.
- Fortified with a fraise.
- A diminutive of the male given name Frederick.
- The state of being free, of not being imprisoned or enslaved.
- The lack of a specific constraint, or of constraints in general; a state of being free, unconstrained.
- Frankness; openness; unreservedness.
- Improper familiarity; violation of the rules of decorum.
- Having frets.
- Decorated with fretwork.
- On Friday; each Friday.
- Having frills, frilly.
- Possessing a fringe.
- Formed with a front; drawn up in line.
- Covered in frost; frosty.
- Appearing to be covered in frost.
- Damaged by frost.
- Extremely intoxicated.
- A kind of milkshake made with ice cream.
- Disobedient, contrary, unmanageable; difficult to deal with; with an evil disposition.
- Away from.
- Containing fruit.
- any of a class of photochromic cyclic acid anhydrides of dialkylidenesuccinic acid
- The action of the verb fund.
- Money provided as funds.
- Of, pertaining to, or resembling a fungus.
- A fungus, or some other organism closely resembling a fungus.
- former leader of Libya.
- Full of gladness; happy; full of joy.
- The amount that a hand will grasp or contain.
- A hand's breadth; four inches.
- A small quantity, usually approximately equal to five.
- Something which can only be managed with difficulty.
- A Welsh surname (the most common in England and the United States).
- A city in central California, USA
- An amount of information, emotion, etc. present in the mind.
- That fills the head of a phage
- taking heed
- paying close attention; mindful
- A draft or drawing inward.
- One who does not believe in a certain religion.
- One who does not believe in a certain principle.
- One with no religious beliefs.
- The area inside a racetrack or running track.
- A constrained scope or area.
- An area to cultivate: a field
- The region of the field roughly bounded by the home plate, first base, second base and third base.
- Of an event, happening in the infield.
- The region of the field roughly bounded by the wicket keeper, slips, gully, point, cover, mid off, mid on, midwicket and square leg.
- To inclose (a piece of land); make a field of.
- The act or process of flowing or flooding in; inflow; influence, tide.
- To pour in; to infuse.
- A day of someone's life; chiefly in plural: a lifetime.
- Worthy of meed or reward; deserving; meritorious.
- The middle section of the human torso, from below the chest to above the waist
- A person, usually a woman, who is trained to assist women in childbirth, but who is not a physician.
- Someone who assists in bringing about some result or project.
- To act as a midwife
- to facilitate the emergence of
- A common town name, primarily within the British Isles and New England, often used for settlements with watermills built near fords, including:
- a city in Kent and Sussex Counties, Delaware, USA.
- a borough in Pennsylvania, USA, and county seat of Pike County.
- Being aware ( something); attentive, heedful.
- Inclined (to do something).
- Any of many different fish, including:
- Species of
- The bowfin, Amia calva.
- Species of Misgurnus
- Species of
- A type of landslide characterized by large flows of mud and water.
- The dried-out product of such a flow.
- Stifled or covered up; diminished by interference.
- Needed; necessary; mandatory; requisite; indispensible.
- Anything necessary or requisite.
- Ready money; wherewithal.
- A thing that is not a food; an inedible thing.
- Cleft or separated into eight segments.
- Constituting or being indicative of a single aspect or theme.
- Consisting of a single undivided part; whole; complete.
- Simple, plain, straightforward; single, singular; unmixed, unadulterated; honest, sincere.
- A conveyor that pulls split firewood away from the processor and into a waiting vehicle or pile for later handling.
- To find out; to discover.
- Excessively fed; given too much to eat.
- A state or act of violating faith or allegiance; violation of a promise or vow, or of trust reposed; faithlessness; treachery.
- Specifically, in warfare, an illegitimate act of deception, such as using symbols like the Red Cross or white flag to gain proximity to an enemy for purposes of attack.
- A state or act of deceit.
- An open enclosure for animals, especially an area where stray animals were rounded up if their owners failed to properly supervise their use of common grazing land.
- To confine animals in a pinfold.
- Any of several fish with red skin or flesh
- Sebastes spp., the edible
- especially Sebastes norvegicus, found in North American waters, also called rosefish or
- A large red edible fish, also called or red drum.
- Lutjanus spp., snappers.
- A slimehead, of family
- Oncorhynchus nerka (sockeye salmon)
- To draft again
- A second or subsequent draft
- To edify anew; to build again after destruction.
- Precise, freed from imprecision, particularly:
- Sagacious, sometimes oversubtle or feigning sagacity.
- Subtle, scrupulous, carefully thought out.
- Developed, improved.
- Cultured, freed from vulgarity, particularly:
- Elevated and polished.
- Elegant, sometimes affected, prissy, or bloodless.
- Purified, reduced in or freed from impurities, particularly:
- Highly-processed and pure.
- Free of dross or alloy.
- Morally pure.
- Dealing in a refined product such as sugar or petroleum.
- The refined form of a commodity, as opposed to its raw or generic form.
- To found again; to reestablish.
- To found or cast anew.
- definition refried bean.
- A city in Kansas.
- A town in Montana.
- A hamlet in New York.
- Having ruffles.
- Puffed up like a bird's feathers.
- A member of a Muslim dynasty in Iran and Iraq in the 16th to 18th centuries.
- An Iranian
- a city in Arizona, USA
- an unincorporated community in Alabama, USA.
- A city and metropolitan borough within Greater Manchester, England
- A town in Alabama.
- A town in Colorado.
- A city in Florida
- A city in Maine.
- A village in Michigan.
- A town in New York.
- A city in North Carolina
- referring to something that has been scratched or marked by contact with another object
- Fish, shellfish, seaweed, and other edible aquatic life.
- Full of seed, richly bearing seed.
- The state of being a serf.
- The feudal system that includes serfs.
- A device used to gather water, consisting of a pivoted stick with a bucket on the end of it.
- fitted with a shaft
- Having a shaft and head of different tinctures.
- screwed (in all senses); ripped off
- Having six component parts.
- Times six, multiplied by six.
- Made to appear to have come from someone other than the real sender.
- Occupied by staff, having members of staff.
- That has been interrupted, suppressed etc
- Full (with), or packed (with some material or substance).
- Full after eating.
- Very tired.
- Broken, not functional; in trouble, in a situation from which one is unlikely to recover.
- A new town in the borough of Telford and Wrekin and the ceremonial county of Shropshire, England.
- A road pavement having a surface of small stone rolled hard and smooth, distinguished from macadam road by its firm foundation of large stones with fragments of stone wedged tightly in the interstices.
- containing ten parts
- ten times as much
- by ten times as much
- to increase to ten times as much; to multiply by ten
- Any sheet of paper or cardboard, folded into three sections along two parallel creases and used to present information, typically as a brochure or display board.
- A wallet with three equal-sized sections that fold together.
- Anything folded into thirds to resemble a trifold.
- The sport of horse racing
- A private domain, especially in academic settings
- In a twofold manner or measure.
- To degrade from the state of deity; to deprive of the character or qualities of a god.
- Not faced; not taken on or confronted.
- (of insulation, etc.) Having a vapor barrier (also called vapor retarder) that blocks moisture from moving from one space to another.
- Not frightened or hesitant; undaunted; not put off.
- Not held in feudal tenure.
- That has not been filed.
- Not having been fined (clarified by filtration).
- Not having been fined (subjected to a financial penalty).
- Not fixated or fixed; moving or changing freely
- Not fixed; not corrected.
- Not found.
- To dismiss a criminal charge as unfounded
- Not exposed to fumes; not fumigated.
- Not fused; distinct
- Lacking a fuse
- united into a whole
- that operates as a single entity
- that serves all grade levels between kindergarten and twelfth grade.
- an upward current of air, especially a strong one
- Away from the defending team's end of the playing field
- Describing an NMR resonance at a lower frequency to that of a reference signal
- Away from the defending team's end of the playing field
- Having a waffle-like pattern of intersecting creases.
- A Waldorf salad.
- A city in Maryland.
- A city in Minnesota.
- A town in Hertfordshire, England
- A village in Northamptonshire, England
- A county in the Republic of Ireland
- A town in the county of Wexford, Ireland.
- name, popular in the U.K. in the early twentieth century.
- name, a less common form of Wilfred.
- Enough to fill a yard.