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exigent urgent
exodus a going out
exonerate to free from guilt or blame
exorcise to drive out an evil spirit
exotic foreign; strange
expatiate to enlarge upon
expatriate a person who leaves his native country
expedient practical
expedite to make easy; to make faster
exemplify to make an example of
expiate to atone for
explicate make clear
expound to explain
expunge to erase
expurgate to remove
extant still in existence or stand above
extemporaneous done without preparation
extenuating less serious
extirpate to destroy
extol to praise
extort to obtain by force
extraneous not essential
extrapolate to estimate; to infer
extricate to set free; to disentangle
extrinsic external; coming from outside
extrovert an outgoing person
exuberant full of enthusiasm
exude to spread out or to give off
exult to rejoice
fabricate to construct or to lie
façade outward appearance
facet aspect
facetious sarcastic
facile easy
facilitate to make easy
facsimile a duplicate
faction a minority within a larger group
factious causing disagreement
factitious artificial
faculty ability or skill
fallacious misleading; false; untrue
fallible capable of error
fallow inactive
falter to stumble
fanatic a person with uncontrolled devotion
fanciful imaginative
farcical absurd
fastidious hard to please
fatalistic believing that all things in life are inevitable
fathom nautical measure; to understand
fatuous foolish
fauna animals of a certain area
fawn excessively flattering manner
faze to disturb
fealty loyalty; devotion
feasible capable of being achieved
feat accomplishment
fecundity fertile; productive
feign to pretend
feint a false show or a pretended act
felicity happiness
feline pertaining to cats
fell to knock down; cruel
felonious harmful
ferment a state of agitation
ferret to search or drive out
fervent eager
fervid very emotional
fester to rot
festive joyous
fete to entertain
fetid foul-smelling
fetish object that receives respect
fetter to confine
fiasco a total disaster
fiat an official order
fickle changeable or unfaithful
fictitious false
fidelity faithfulness
figment something imagined
filch to steal
filial like a son or daughter
finesse tact
finite limited
firebrand one who stirs up trouble
firmament strength of pertaining to the heavens
fiscal pertaining to finances
fissure opening or split
fitful irregular
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