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Word List 19 Word Scramble

 
 



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Word List 19

Fallacious - Flinch

WordDefinition
Fallacious false; misleading
Fallible capable of making a mistake
Fallow plowed but not sowed; uncultivated
Falter to hesitate
Fanaticism excessive zeal; extreme devotion to a belief or cause
Fancied imagined; unreal
Fancier breeder or dealer of animals
Fanciful whimsical; visionary
Fanfare call by bugles or trumpets; showy display
Farce broad comedy; mockery
Fastidious difficult to please; squeamish
Fatalism belief that events are determined by forces beyond one’s control
Fathom to comprehend; to investigate
Fatuous foolish; inane
Fauna animals of a period or region
Fawning courting favor by cringing and flattering
Faze to disconcert; to dismay
Feasible practical
Febrile feverish
Fecundity fertility; fruitfulness
Feign to pretend
Feint an attack aimed at one place or point merely as a distraction from the real place or point of attac: trick
Felicitous apt; suitably expressed; well chosen
Felicity happiness; appropriateness
Fell cruel; deadly <the newspapers told of the tragic spread of the fell disease.>
Fell to cut or knock down; bring down
Felon person convicted of a grave crime
Feral not domestic; wild
Ferment agitation; commotion
Ferret to drive or hunt out of hiding
Fervent ardent; hot
Fervid ardent; fervent
Fervor glowing ardor; intensity of feeling
Fester to rankle; to produce irritation or resentment
Festive joyous; celebratory
Fete to honor at a festival
Fetid malodorous (having an unpleasant or offensive odor; smelling bad)
Fetter to confine; to shackle
Fiasco total failure
Fiat command
Fickle changeable; faithless
Fictitious imaginary; false
Fidelity loyalty
Figurative not literal
Figurine small ornamental statuette
Filch to steal
Filial pertaining to a son or daughter
Filibuster to block legislation by making long speeches
Filigree delicate, lacelike metalwork
Filing particle removed by a file
Finale conclusion
Finesse delicate skill
Finicky too particular; fussy
Finite having bounds or limits; not infinite; measurable
Firebrand hothead; troublemaker
Fissure crevice
Fitful spasmodic; intermittent
Flaccid soft and limp; not firm; flabby; lacking force; weak
Flag to droop; to grow feeble
Flagrant conspicuously wicked; blatant; outrageous
Flail talent
Flamboyant ornate
Flaunt to display ostentatiously
Flay to strip off
Fleck to spot
Fledgling inexperienced
Fleece wood coast of a sheep
Fleece to rob; plunder
Flick light stroke as with a whip
Flinch to hesitate; to shrink
Created by: triwaingle on 2008-04-02



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