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Fallacious

(Adjective)
Meaning: Deceptive; misleading
Sounds Like: Follow_us
Imagine This: The scam artists pretended to be tour guides and made the tourists follow them into an alley where they were robbed.
Other Forms: Fallacy (noun); Fallaciously (adv.)

Fastidious

(Adjective)
Meaning: Fussy; hard to please; meticulous
Looks Like: Fast_tedious
Imagine This: Don is very demanding and is hard to please; he likes tedious job done fast, and to perfection, therefore he has a hard time to find workers.
Other Forms: Fastidiousness (noun); Fastidiously (adv.)

Feign

(Verb)
Meaning: Pretend; to put on a false appearance
Looks Like: Foreign
Sounds Like: Vein
Imagine This: A boy is showing off how he can pump his muscles to show his veins.“That’s no vein! cried a girl, “you drew them with a coloring markers.Stop pretending!
Remember This: Roman once said, “If you are in a foreign country, it will be wise to follow its culture and abide to its regulations and customs.In other words, you have to pretend to be one of them.

Fervor

(Noun)
Meaning: Eagerness; earnestness; enthusiasm
Looks Like: Firhur (means the leader in Germany)
Remember This: Adolf Hilter, the Firhur, was known to have a strong eagerness for getting rid of the Jews during World War II.
Other Forms: Fervidness (noun); Fervidly (adv.)

Fickle

(Adjective)
Meaning: Often changing; unstable
Sounds Like: Freckle (a brownish spot on the skin)
Imagine This: Freckles are often changing where they will surface, sometime on the face, sometime on the chin, and sometime on the forehead.
Other Forms: Fickleness (noun)
Connect With: Fickleness (noun)

Flaccid

(Adjective)
Meaning: Flabby; limp; soft
Looks Like: Fly_in_acid
Imagine This: When a fly is put into acid, it partially dissolves and becomes soft and finally turns into a mush.
Remember This: If you drink beer often and never exercise, you may develop a flaccid belly.

Flagrant

(Adjective)
Meaning: Glaring; scandalous; conspicuous; outrageous
Sounds Like: Fragrant (sweet-smelling)
Imagine This: The tempting fragrance of the baked goods lured the dieting man to consume all the rich pastries.It is a glaring error!
Other Forms: Flagrantly (adv.); Flagrancy (noun)

Fledgling

(Noun)
Meaning: An inexperienced person
Sounds Like: Fledgeling ? a young bird
Imagine This: A mother bird wants her fledgelings learn how to fly.The only way to make them learn is to push the young birds out of the nest.

Flippancy

(Noun)
Meaning: Disrespect; lacking in seriousness
Sounds Like: Flip_Nancy
Imagine This: After getting caught cheating by Nancy, the English teacher, the boy wanted to hurt her by flipping his middle finger at her.As a result, he got detention after school.
Remember This: As a driving student, we should respect the road signs to prevent unnecessary accidents.
Other Forms: Flippant (adj.); Flippancy (adv.)

Florid

(Adjective)
Meaning: Rich in ornament and color; reddish complexion
Looks Like: Florida
Remember This: People in Florida decorate their houses with flowers of rich colors because they are in a sunny state.

Foment

(Verb)
Meaning: To stir into action; rouse; incite
Looks Like: Foam_ment
Imagine This: Before you drink a cup of hot chocolate with foamy whip cream topping, you need to stir down the foam to make the drink tastes better.
Other Forms: Fomentation (noun)

Forthright

(Adjective)
Meaning: Direct; without hesitation; straight forward
Looks Like: Forth (4th )_right
Imagine This: Sammy, a three-year-old, can tell you how to get to the post office from his house without hesitation, “ It is at the 4th right corner.

Frugal

(Adjective)
Meaning: Economical; not wasteful
Sounds Like: Fruit_go
Imagine This: Being not wasteful the old lady pick up discounted, bruised fruits from the produce store to make pies. Remember This:The “Frugal Gourmet (TV cooking show) shows the chef using all types of inexpensive ingredients to make very delicious dishes.
Other Forms: Frugality (noun), Frugally (adverb)

Furtive

(Adjective)
Meaning: Crafty; cunning
Sounds Like: Fur_natives
Imagine This: In order to get otter’s fur, the natives have to be very quiet and camouflage in order not to scare the animal away.
Remember This: Fumigate (apply fume to kill termites)
Other Forms: Furtiveness (noun); Furtively (adv.)

Futile

(Adjective)
Meaning: Worthless; unproductive; unsuccessful
Looks Like: Fertile
Imagine This: The farmer tried to make his farmland fertile, by laying a layer of chicken manure on top of it, but it was blown away by the wind.The farmer’s attempt was unsuccessful.
Remember This: A constructor is very sad because he has only few tiles left to finish his half-done project.It’s worthless!
Other Forms: Futilely (adv.); Futility (noun)

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