660 “F WORDS”! A Huge List of Adjectives That Start with F

To expand your perspective, here’s a list of over 660 adjectives that begin with the letter F. This is by no means a complete list of English adjectives starting with F. Rather, it is a selection of words that we thought might be interesting and useful for those who want to expand their vocabulary. Enjoy!

Adjectives That Start with FA (123 Words)

fabExtremely pleasing. Aw he’s fab, thanks very much Linda.
fabianUsing cautious slow strategy to wear down opposition; avoiding direct confrontation. As a result, fabian was sent to a mental hospital.
fabledCelebrated in fable or legend. He is the sole descendant of the fabled peter pan.
fabulousBarely credible. The begining point is always a fabulous moment for everyone.
face-savingMaintaining dignity or prestige. Greenpeace is also about saving the whales.
facelessWithout a face or identity. It was the first single off of faceless.
facetedHaving facets. It is symbolised by the refractive capacity of the faceted crystal.
facetiousCleverly amusing in tone. The guy was being facetious.
facialOf or concerning the face. As an adult, its pink, naked facial skin and muzzle are framed by a long mane of blonde hairs flecked with brown.
facilePerforming adroitly and without effort. That the morning star review is facile and not worthy of inclusion.
facilitativeFreeing from difficulty or impediment. In the context of national success, the government must be facilitative.
facilitatoryInducing or aiding in facilitating neural activity. There is another facilitatory area in the posterior hypothalamus.
fact-findingDesigned to find information or ascertain facts. He breaks through, finding a desiccated body.
factiousDissenting (especially dissenting with the majority opinion). He is too factious and think he’s everything.
factitiousNot produced by natural forces. An underestimated reason is factitious fever.
factorialOf or relating to factorials. Superfunctions and square root of factorial.
factualExisting in act or fact. The factual accuracy of the research are disputed.
facultativeNot compulsory. Facultative and obligate bipedalism.
faddishIntensely fashionable for a short time. We felt that was too faddish.
faddyIntensely fashionable for a short time. There are no spaces to build houses than fill the faddy fields.
fadedHaving lost freshness or brilliance of color. By the end of the 1970s, otis’s stardom had faded.
faecalOf or relating to feces. Diseases causing increased excretion of faecal calprotectin.
faggedDrained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted. Can u pls up the protection level and rv the vandalism, i am fagged by rvs.
fahrenheitOf or relating to a temperature scale proposed by the inventor of the mercury thermometer. Fahrenheit is the unit of temperature most commonly used in the united states.
failingBelow acceptable in performance. That is the failing of the ancap analysis.
fainHaving made preparations. In 1925, fain left the fain dunn act to devote himself full time to composing.
faineantDisinclined to work or exertion.
faintLacking clarity or distinctness. Faint hearted man cannot win a pretty girl.
faintestWeak and likely to lose consciousness. Galatea is embedded in an unnamed narrow and faint ringlet.
faintheartedLacking conviction or boldness or courage. Rmr recruit training and the commando course are not for the fainthearted.
fairGained or earned without cheating or stealing. A judge should be fair and unbiased.
fair-hairedFavorite. Herrena was a girl with the henna haired, harridan.
fair-mindedOf a person; just and impartial; not prejudiced. He was open minded, valorous and skilled in strategy.
fairerPale or light-colored;. If the woman in the kimono wasn’t fair use, though, this isn’t fair use either.
fairestHit between the foul lines. Is is fair to decriminalize a criminal
fairishNot excessive or extreme.
faithfulNot having sexual relations with anyone except your husband or wife, or your boyfriend or girlfriend. The faithful are firmly bound to the scripture.
faithlessHaving the character of, or characteristic of, a traitor. She then describes the nature of death, of war, and faithless faith.
fakeFraudulent; having a misleading appearance. The fake page claimed that bill was homosexual and untrustworthy.
falcateCurved like a sickle. Its dorsal fin is erect and falcate, with a pointed apex.
falciformCurved like a sickle. The falciform ligament is visible on the front anterior side of the liver.
falconineRelating to or resembling a falcon. It has long wings and a falconine silhouette.
fallaciousContaining or based on a fallacy. Either the year is wrong or the whole premise is fallacious.
fallibleLikely to fail or make errors. She said that speed cameras are fallible.
fallingComing down freely under the influence of gravity. The key falling and the apple falling both bolster the fact of gravity.
fallowLeft unplowed and unseeded during a growing season. The fallow mall has stopped opening since last year.
falsettoArtificially high; above the normal voice range. The pages in question are falsetto register and falsetto.
falsifiableCapable of being tested (verified or falsified) by experiment or observation. The majority of astrology is falsifiable.
falstaffianOf or resembling falstaff.
familialOccurring among members of a family usually by heredity. The magazine embodies the ideology of social and familial reconstruction.
familiarHaving mutual interests or affections; of established friendship. Dangdut music is familiar with the rabble.
familiarisedHaving achieved a comfortable relation with your environment. Ive familiarised myself with the basics.
familiarisingServing to make familiar. Thank you for familiarising me with the etiquette.
famishedExtremely hungry. The soldiers famished the woman.
famousWidely known and esteemed. She was known for her striking beauty, sultry smile and famous long legs.
fanaticMarked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea. Calling someone a sectarian fanatic is fairly histrionic and inflammatory.
fanaticalMarked by excessive enthusiasm for and intense devotion to a cause or idea. Liberals are fanatical liars, then as now.
fanciedFormed or conceived by the imagination. It’s just a collection of whatever people fancied in old sources.
fanciestNot plain; decorative or ornamented. I’m feeling footloose and fancy free.
fancifulNot based on fact; unreal- f.d.roosevelt. The association with un is also fanciful.
fancyNot plain; decorative or ornamented. Someone bought fancy clothes for the ragamuffin.
fancy-freeHaving no commitments or responsibilities; carefree. I’m feeling footloose and fancy free.
fangedHaving fangs. He has fanged mouth and looking wrathful.
fanlikeResembling a fan. It’s not extremely fanlike, now that i think of it.
fantabulousVery good;of the highest quality. Fantabulous that’s the right word to describe her work this time.
fantasticExtraordinarily good or great ; used especially as intensifiers. I really missed this fantastic piece of dullness.
fantasticalExisting in fancy only- nathaniel hawthorne. The realization of a fantastical dream; iii.
farBeing of a considerable distance or length. The debate is far from over and the representation here far from truthful.
far-flungRemote. Alas, the knight is caught by one of the wings and flung into the air.
far-offVery far away in space or time. The disadvantages far exceed the advantages.
far-rightExtremely conservative. The debate is far from over and the representation here far from truthful.
farawayFar removed mentally. The movie is exported to the faraway pacific.
farcicalBroadly or extravagantly humorous; resembling farce. The edit wasn’t farcical or absurd.
farfetchedHighly imaginative but unlikely. The reasons you gave were increasingly farfetched.
farinaceousComposed of or covered with particles resembling meal in texture or consistency. The odor and taste are slightly like grain meal farinaceous .
farmingRelating to rural matters. Arable farming is the production of crops.
farseeingPlanning prudently for the future. The errant, once a farseeing god, is suddenly blind to the future.
farsightedAble to see distant objects clearly. A great statesman, he was intelligent and farsighted.
fartherMore distant in especially space or time. The farther away the moon, the weaker its pull.
farthermostMost remote in space or time or order.
farthestMost remote in space or time or order. The rivers had to divert around the farthest extensions of the ice.
fascinatedHaving your attention fixated as though by a spell. I was fascinated by the bird in finch family.
fascinatingCapable of arousing and holding the attention. The story is absorving and fascinating.
fascistRelating to or characteristic of fascism. He was among the founding members of the fascist movement.
fascisticRelating to or characteristic of fascism. And remove the fascistic page protection.
fashionablePatronized by. The building is on the site of the fashionable brunswick hotel.
fastCausing a shortening of exposure time. The music is raucous and fast.
fast-growingTending to spread quickly. Eagles are volant and fast.
fast-pacedOf communication that proceeds rapidly. The lads paced the game so well.
fasterCausing a shortening of exposure time. Celerity is like moving quick and fast.
fastestCausing a shortening of exposure time. This laptop is fast and lightweight.
fastidiousHaving complicated nutritional requirements; especially growing only in special artificial cultures. Even the fastidious egyptians rarely had special bathrooms.
fastigiateHaving clusters of erect branches (often appearing to form a single column). There are also fastigiate, pendulous, and golden leaf forms in cultivation.
fatContaining or composed of fat. Pottering at home made him fat.
fatalControlled or decreed by fate; predetermined. But that bit of hesitancy proves fatal.
fatalistOf or relating to fatalism. A man gets to be quite a fatalist in this game.
fatefulHaving momentous consequences; of decisive importance- saturday rev. The marriage of catherine with edgar was optional and fateful.
fatherlessNot having a known or legally responsible father. Either way, the kids end up fatherless.
fatherlikeLike or befitting a father or fatherhood; kind and protective.
fatherlyLike or befitting a father or fatherhood; kind and protective. It gives kind of a brotherly or fatherly vibe.
fathomableCapable of being penetrated or comprehended. They will be able to compete with every fathomable opponent.
fatiguedDrained of energy or effectiveness; extremely tired; completely exhausted. Maybe he was fatigued from the tour.
fatlessWithout fat or fat solids. They contain real fruit pectin, natural flavors and are fatless.
fatterContaining or composed of fat. The fat of fowls is oilier and heavier than the fat of pork.
fattestMarked by great fruitfulness. The fat keeps well in the refrigerator.
fattishSomewhat fat.
fattyContaining or composed of fat. Serum albumin is the major carrier of free fatty acids in the blood.
fatuousDevoid of intelligence. Frankly, this effort seems a bit fatuous and useless to me.
faucalOf or relating to the fauces.
faultfindingTending to make moral judgments or judgments based on personal opinions.
faultlessWithout fault or error. I’m sure they are faultless, just incomprehensible.
faultyCharacterized by errors; not agreeing with a model or not following established rules. This makes me think that the definition of the category is faulty.
faustianPertaining to or resembling or befitting faust or faustus especially in insatiably striving for worldly knowledge and power even at the price of spiritual values. Both had remarkable effects on the monarchy, but it was a faustian pact.
fauxNot genuine or real; being an imitation of the genuine article. He has an cameo in the film adaption of the faux trailer machete.
faveolatePitted with cell-like cavities (as a honeycomb).
favorableTending to promote or facilitate. The reception to the album was highly favorable.
favoredPreferred above all others and treated with partiality. This new administrator favored total rehabilitative measures over punitive.
favoriteAppealing to the general public. They love to snuggle and often preen for their favorite people.
favourableOccurring at a convenient or suitable time. The response was favorable and the dedication was graciously accepted.
favouriteAppealing to the general public. My favorite dinosaur was the pterodactyl.
fawn-coloredHaving the color of a fawn. Fawn blouse looks good on you.
fawningAttempting to win favor by flattery. The article as it stands is fawning and non neutral.

Adjectives That Start with FE (68 Words)

fearfulCausing fear or dread or terror. Larry scores high on the temperamental dimension of fearful distress.
fearlessInvulnerable to fear or intimidation. He was fearless, if ebullient and temperamental, in court.
fearsomeCausing fear or dread or terror. Imperials are the most fearsome of all vampires.
feasibleCapable of being done with means at hand and circumstances as they are. To me, that seems quite feasible given the nature of the text.
featherbrainedLacking seriousness; given to frivolity. Not every featherbrained speculation belongs in wikipedia articles.
featheredgedHaving a rough edge; used of handmade paper or paper resembling handmade.
featherlessHaving no feathers. All species have featherless heads and necks.
featherlikeResembling or suggesting a feather or feathers.
featheryCharacterized by a covering of feathers. The feathery leaves are arranged in a ground hugging rosette.
featuredMade a feature or highlight; given prominence. Pyrotechnics were also featured at the end of the song.
featurelessLacking distinguishing characteristics or features. The interior of the crater is level and featureless.
febrileOf or relating to or characterized by fever. Keep in mind that febrile seizures can last up to 15 minutes in some kids.
fecalOf or relating to feces. Constipation is the most common cause of fecal incontinence.
fecklessGenerally incompetent and ineffectual. Let’s not perpetuate the thought processes and language of our feckless past.
feculentFoul with waste matter.
fecundCapable of producing offspring or vegetation. Fecund is another word for ‘fertile, fruitful, productive’.
federalNational; especially in reference to the government of the united states as distinct from that of its member units. The adequacy of an eis can be challenged in federal court.
federateUnited under a central government. These appear to be standard terms of a byzantine federate state.
federatedUnited under a central government. These appear to be standard terms of a federate state.
federativeUnited under a central government. We could federate the entire world right now.
feebleLacking strength- nathaniel hawthorne. You should change that feeble mentality to get the work done.
feeblemindedRetarded in intellectual development. I said that the chickens became so feebleminded that they forgot to breed.
feignedNot genuine. He showed a feigned ignorance to advertisement.
feistierShowing courage. His sister used to be a feisty nurse.
feistiestQuick to take offense. Despite their awkward introduction, he is attracted to the feisty girl.
feistyQuick to take offense. On the contrary, she’s quite defiant and feisty.
felicitousExhibiting an agreeably appropriate manner or style. The felicitous street was removed in the 1970s.
felineOf or relating to cats. The ocelot has the lowest resting body temperature of any feline.
fellAble or disposed to inflict pain or suffering. He almost fell into the purl.
feloniousInvolving or being or having the nature of a crime. Felonious words came right out of my mouth.
feltedMade by combining fibers with a binder using heat and pressure. Carpet is a floor covering woven or felted from natural or man made fibers.
femaleBeing the sex (of plant or animal) that produces fertilizable gametes (ova) from which offspring develop. The people daunted the female.
feminineEnding on an unaccented beat or syllable. This declension is the feminine counterpart of the ‘an’ declension.
feministOf or relating to or advocating equal rights for women. This is a justification which is enough to satiate a feminist.
femoralOf or relating to or near the femur or thigh. The femoral artery is a large artery in the muscles of the thigh.
fencelikeResembling a fence. At one end of the floor there was a fencelike partition.
fenestralOf or relating to windows.
feralWild and menacing. The condition of feral cats is pathethic.
ferialOf or relating to or being a feria. The ferial regular is repeated in roman numerals in the third column.
ferineWild and menacing.
fermentableCapable of being fermented. Is methyl cellulose fermentable in the colon
fernedAbounding in or covered with ferns.
fernlessDevoid of ferns.
fernlikeResembling ferns especially in leaf shape. These are reddish, fernlike patterns that may persist for hours or days.
fernyAbounding in or covered with ferns. Ferny hills is almost entirely a residential suburb.
ferociousMarked by extreme and violent energy. He was attacking the center of the army like a ferocious lion.
ferricOf or relating to or containing iron. The more oxidized the soil becomes, the more the ferric forms dominate.
ferromagneticRelating to or demonstrating ferromagnetism. Explosive driven ferromagnetic generator.
ferrousOf or relating to or containing iron. The simple copper sulfides are then separated from the ferrous iron liquid.
fertileCapable of reproducing. The soil in the area is very fertile.
fertilizableCapable of being fertilized.
ferventCharacterized by intense emotion. Carry my fervent prayer to the king, the great king
fervidCharacterized by intense emotion. There will be some fervid chat about who the giants might use as designated hitter in detroit.
festalOffering fun and gaiety. The people performed the festal dance.
festiveOffering fun and gaiety. Christmas dinner is the most festive meal of the year.
fetalOf or relating to a fetus. Fetal mortality refers to stillbirths or fetal death.
fetchingVery attractive; capturing interest. It is possible that internet explorer is not fetching.
fetidOffensively malodorous. Over time, the grove became overgrown and the spring became fetid.
feudalOf or relating to or characteristic of feudalism. The tokugawa shogunate abolished the feudal system.
feudalisticOf or relating to or characteristic of feudalism. It is not a feudalistic society.
feudatoryOwing feudal allegiance to or being subject to a sovereign. Vikramaditya consented to rule the vengi kingdom as the chola feudatory.
feveredHighly excited. It portrays lithuanians as fevered anti semites.
feverishOf or relating to or characterized by fever. The evangelical christian community’s feverish response is also chronicled.
feverousHaving or affected by a fever.
fewA quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `a’; a small but indefinite number. I’ll reply to a few more of these, with some trepidation.
fewerA quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `a’; a small but indefinite number. The event begins with a few interviews with some of the participants.
fewestA quantifier that can be used with count nouns and is often preceded by `a’; a small but indefinite number. In a few cases in the past this has led to some acrimony.
feySlightly insane. Fey and poehler should host with with an awareness of the frivolousness of the golden globes.

Adjectives That Start with FI (93 Words)

fiber-opticOf or relating to fiber optics. Their treatment involves the resection of the optic nerve.
fiberopticOf or relating to fiber optics. Fiberoptic amplifiers are based on optical fibers doped with rare earths.
fibreopticOf or relating to fiber optics. This may be performed through a fibreoptic endoscope.
fibrilloseCovered with fibrils more or less evenly disposed. The surface of the cap is usually dry to moist, and radially fibrillose.
fibrinousCharacterized by the presence of fibrin. The pericardium is infiltrated by the fibrinous exudate.
fibrocalcificInvolving or resulting from calcification of fibrous tissue.
fibrocartilaginousOf or relating to fibrocartilage. A fibrocartilaginous disc present at the joint increases the range of movement.
fibrousHaving or resembling fibers especially fibers used in making cordage such as those of jute. The trunk is often gnarled and crooked with fibrous grey bark.
fickleMarked by erratic changeableness in affections or attachments. The fickle media are being lazy.
fictileSusceptible to being led or directed. I think we should mention the word fictile but it can be lower in article.
fictionalRelated to or involving literary fiction. Now the next thing is the big bloat of fictional articles.
fictitiousFormed or conceived by the imagination. The fictitious character of the story is obvious.
fictiveCapable of imaginative creation. Michelangelo has elaborated it with illusionary or ‘fictive’ architecture.
fiddle-shapedHaving rounded ends and a contracted center. They fiddle danced during the skit.
fidgetyNervous and unable to relax. It’s just one of those fidgety jobs that are a little time consuming.
fiducialRelating to or of the nature of a legal trust (i.e. the holding of something in trust for another). Fiducial inference attracted controversy and was never universally accepted.
fiduciaryRelating to or of the nature of a legal trust (i.e. the holding of something in trust for another). The company breached their fiduciary duties to stockholders.
fiendishExtremely evil or cruel; expressive of cruelty or befitting hell. I had been duped by fiendish studio producers.
fierceRuthless in competition. The battle between the two leaders is fierce and merciless.
fiercerViolently agitated and turbulent- ezra pound. Bribes enthrall fierce captains of ships.
fiercestMarked by extreme intensity of emotions or convictions; inclined to react violently; fervid. The relationship between the two was fierce.
fieryLike or suggestive of fire. The book reflects her fiery, forthright temperament.
fifteenBeing one more than fourteen. Parry became an official accompanist at the age of fifteen.
fifteenthComing next after the fourteenth and just before the sixteenth in position. The fifteenth amendment is the third of the reconstruction amendments.
fifthComing next after the fourth and just before the sixth in position. The fifth sentence is reliant on the fourth sentence.
fiftiethThe ordinal number of fifty in counting order. It is also the fiftieth overall episode of the series.
fiftyBeing ten more than forty. Fifty to seventy percent of the nests successfully fledge young.
fifty-twoBeing two more than fifty. There are fifty bears in the zoo.
fightingEngaged in or ready for military or naval operations. The armistice officially ended the fighting.
figuralConsisting of or forming human or animal figures- herbert read. Hence they are also known as figural or sculptural clocks.
figurativeNot literal; using figures of speech. Absence of the proper context may defeat the figurative meaning.
figuredAdorned with patterns- amy lowell. Assembled the team and figured out the delivery system.
fijianOf or relating to fiji or its people or language or culture. Not some fijian race sub category.
filamentlikeThin in diameter; resembling a thread.
filamentousThin in diameter; resembling a thread. Phylogeny of filamentous ascomycetes.
filarRelated to or having filaments (especially across a field of view as in the eyepiece of a telescope). I’m just pointing out that similar criticism canbe made of filar.
filarialRelated to or infested with or transmitting parasitic worms especially filaria. This allows a third stage filarial larvae to enter the bite wound.
filariidOf or relating to or belonging to the family filariidae.
filialRelating to or characteristic of or befitting an offspring. The family’s filial ties are strong.
filiformThin in diameter; resembling a thread. Some marginal florets may have no petals at all filiform floret .
filipinoOf or relating to or characteristic of the philippines or its people or customs. Pinoy is the colloquial word for the word filipino.
filledOf purchase orders that have been filled. A light bulb hanging from the ceiling and a chandelier suspended on heavy chains filled the room with a yellow light.
filmableCapable of being adapted to motion picture form.
filmySo thin as to transmit light. The drink is ready when the liquid becomes filmy and opaque.
filthierDisgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter. He says that the clause in question regards superstition and filthy lucre.
filthiestVile; despicable. He is a filthy, disheveled derelict as the film ends.
filthyDisgustingly dirty; filled or smeared with offensive matter. Filthy rich, spoke like an habitant.
fimbriateHaving a fringe of slender processes.
finableLiable to a fine.
finalNot to be altered or undone. He made the final roster by the end of the preseason.
financialInvolving financial matters. The financial income is stable.
fineCharacterized by elegance or refinement or accomplishment. The template looks fine and dandy.
fineableLiable to a fine.
finerThin in thickness or diameter. She paid the fine and gave the rest of the money to charity.
finespunDeveloped in excessively fine detail.
fingerlessNot having or having lost fingers. Gloves, sometimes fingerless, would also accompany the jacket.
fingerlikeResembling a finger. They are lined sparsely with small leaves divided into fingerlike lobes.
finicalExacting especially about details. The fact is that it is a bit finical to aspire to become a popular one.
finickyExacting especially about details. The food is bland enough for even the most finicky adolescent palate.
finishedBrought to ruin. Hence, i finished my homework.
finiteOf verbs; relating to forms of the verb that are limited in time by a tense and (usually) show agreement with number and person. This pleasure moment of life is finite.
finnishOf or relating to or characteristic of finland or the people of finland. Midsummer is also celebrated as the day of the finnish flag.
fireproofImpervious to damage by fire. It is of the most advanced fireproof construction.
firmSecurely established. Parrot and company, of san francisco was a major landholder and banking firm.
firmerNot liable to fluctuate or especially to fall. The mushroom is white, thick and firm.
firmestNot subject to revision or change. Parrot and company, of san francisco was a major landholder and banking firm.
firmsNot shaking or trembling. The embouchure must be firm but relaxed.
firstPreceding all others in time or space or degree. Her first fiance was murdered in the early eighties.
first-classVery good;of the highest quality. Clocinizine is an first generation antihistamine of the phenylpiperazine class.
first-rateOf the highest quality. Pregnancy rate in infertility treatment is the success rate for pregnancy.
first-yearUsed of a person in the first year of an experience (especially in united states high school or college). He received a first prize for declamation in sophomore year.
firstbornFirst in order of birth. Sergey became involved in cruel games of the firstborn.
firsthandReceived directly from a source. I know firsthand about the treatment of christians in muslim nations.
fiscalInvolving financial matters. It’s the fiscal status of the club.
fisheyeOf or relating to a fisheye lens. As if she was shoved up into a fisheye lens.
fishyOf or relating to or resembling fish. In the fifties it was downright fishy.
fissileCapable of undergoing nuclear fission. To determine the origin of the fissile material in the bombs.
fissionableCapable of undergoing nuclear fission. Shortcut to fissionable material.
fissiparousHaving separated or advocating separation from another entity or policy or attitude.
fistularHollow and tube-shaped like a reed. A ‘tubule’ is a very small tube or fistular structure.
fistulateHollow and tube-shaped like a reed. Lesions typically fistulate, drain, and crust.
fistulousOf or pertaining to or resembling a fistula. Fistulous withers is a similar condition but on the animal’s withers.
fitPhysically and mentally sound or healthy. The clothes fit well.
fitfulOccurring in spells and often abruptly. Gold is washed in many of the streams in a fitful way.
fittedBeing the right size and shape to fit as desired. The shoe attachment is detachably fitted in the intake orifice.
fitterImproved in health or physical condition. He apprenticed as a fitter and turner, previously fitter and machinist.
fittingBeing precisely fitting and right. The cylinder is then placed in the end fitting.
fiveBeing one more than four. They won five of the six relays, and were disqualified in the sixth.
five-month-oldOf long duration; not new. I must be getting harebrained in my old age.
five-year-oldJust preceding something else in time or order. Lucky debonair died of old age in 1987 at age twenty five.
fivefoldHaving five units or components. As such it belongs to inventio in the classic fivefold division of rhetoric.
fixedFixed and unmoving- connor cruise o’brien. The fixed tissue is then dehydrated.
fizzyHissing and bubbling. The grenadine and fizzy water remain.

Adjectives That Start with FL (101 Words)

flabbergastedAs if struck dumb with astonishment and surprise. He was flabbergasted at the amount of names there.
flabbierOut of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance. It has a soft, flabby texture that alaws it to bend slightly to stay on coral.
flabbiestOut of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance. The prose is a little rough and flabby.
flabbyOut of condition; not strong or robust; incapable of exertion or endurance. I’m a flabby beast and i want to lose weight.
flaccidDrooping without elasticity; wanting in stiffness. During remission the penis becomes flaccid again.
flagellateHaving or resembling a lash or whip (as does a flagellum). The apusozoa are a phylum comprised of several genera of flagellate protozoa.
flagellatedHaving or resembling a lash or whip (as does a flagellum). Alternatively, neither of the gametes may be flagellated.
flaggingWeak from exhaustion. I’m going to leave the flagging in for now.
flagitiousShockingly brutal or cruel.
flagrantConspicuously and outrageously bad or reprehensible. This is a flagrant violation of the npov policy.
flakeyConspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual. It appears to overemphasise the spiritual, or otherwise flakey aspects of nlp.
flakyConspicuously or grossly unconventional or unusual. A bizcocho is a buttery flaky pastry or cookie.
flamboyantMarked by ostentation but often tasteless. The marriages are generally quite flamboyant.
flame-coloredHaving the brilliant orange-red color of flames. The flame is quickly doused with water.
flameproofResistant to catching fire. Just a nicely flameproof but non dangerous type.
flamingInformal intensifiers. I’ve read the flaming parts of the carthage controversy.
flammableEasily ignited. The interior was furnished with flammable items.
flashTastelessly showy. The intensity of the light flash depends on the energy of the charged particles.
flashyTastelessly showy. Again it is filled with flashy, loud folks.
flatFlattened laterally along the whole length (e.g., certain leafstalks or flatfishes). The reflector has a flat panel.
flat-bottomedHaving a flat bottom. The country is arable and quite flat.
flat-footedUnprepared and unable to react quickly. The bald eagle and the black footed ferret are also listed.
flatbottomHaving a flat bottom.
flatbottomedHaving a flat bottom.
flatteringShowing or representing to advantage. Jones believes results are not flattering his team.
flattestSounded or spoken in a tone unvarying in pitch. The country is arable and quite flat.
flatulentGenerating excessive gas in the alimentary canal. I hereby replace the hungry crocodiles with flatulent poodles.
flauntyInclined to flaunt.
flavorfulFull of flavor. It should be fully matured first, in order to become flavorful.
flavorlessLacking taste or flavor or tang. This mesh is edible but flavorless.
flavorousFull of flavor.
flavorsomeFull of flavor. Poppy seeds are a common and flavorsome topping for breads and cakes.
flavourfulFull of flavor. This results in a pleasant aroma during brewing, but a less flavourful cup.
flavourlessLacking taste or flavor or tang. It will bring flavour to this otherwise flavourless town.
flavourousFull of flavor.
flavoursomeFull of flavor. These wines are flavoursome and tannic in character.
flawedHaving a blemish or flaw. The analysis given in the article is flawed.
flawlessWithout a flaw. It is notable in its flawless realization of the stereotype.
flea-bittenWorn and broken down by hard use. He got bitten by a viper.
fleckedHaving a pattern of dots. The belly light coloured, flecked with darker spots.
fledgedEquipped with feathers. By february, the majority of chicks have fledged.
fledgelessNot equipped with feathers.
fledgelingHaving acquired its flight feathers. I’m just trying to save fledgeling aviators money and heartache.
fledglingHaving acquired its flight feathers. Newborn babies with fledgling immune systems are the most vulnerable to the disease.
fleeceableNaive and easily deceived or tricked.
fleecyHaving soft nap produced by brushing. Ithink i’d rather have a fleecy robe with penguins.
fleetMoving very fast. The modernization of the fleet had precedence.
fleetingLasting for a markedly brief time. The phenomenon is now known to be fleeting, incomplete, and weak.
flemishOf or relating to flanders or its people or language or culture. A cultural symbol of flemish nationalism.
fleshlyMarked by the appetites and passions of the body. I live as the beasts of the field, rejoicing in the fleshly life
fleshyUsually describes a large person who is fat but has a large frame to carry it. The mouth is on the underside and has a fleshy upper lip.
flexibleAble to flex; able to bend easily. The membership of the lodge was quite flexible.
flexileAble to flex; able to bend easily.
flexuousHaving turns or windings. They are flexuous filamentous rod shaped particles.
flickeringShining unsteadily. A golden, flickering aura now filled the room.
flightedHaving feathers. Likewise penguins are evolved from flighted bird, but their wings have changed.
flightierGuided by whim and fancy. She is a flighty, easily distracted woman.
flightiestGuided by whim and fancy. Her foreign policy was flighty to the verge of foolishness.
flightlessIncapable of flying. Thanks for the update to the flightless cormorant article.
flightyUnpredictably excitable (especially of horses). She is a flighty, easily distracted woman.
flimsyLacking substance or significance. The article in the beginning to introduce italy is very flimsy.
flintShowing unfeeling resistance to tender feelings. Their second challenge was to start a fire using flint, steel, wood and tinder.
flintyShowing unfeeling resistance to tender feelings. De souza was up next, a flinty showman who played the scene aggressively.
flipMarked by casual disrespect. The flip video mino is a smaller version of the flip video camcorder.
flippantShowing inappropriate levity. Your flippant attitude and behavior reminds me of some of the anons.
flirtatiousLike a coquette. A very flirtatious girl but also fickle.
floatingContinually changing especially as from one abode or occupation to another. The decoy is provided with a body capable of floating on the water surface.
floatyTending to float on a liquid or rise in air or gas. Aloe is also made into a fantastic sweet drink with floaty aloe bits.
floccoseHaving tufts of soft woolly hairs.
flocculentHaving a fluffy character or appearance. Highly flocculent slurries are formed when the products are mixed in water.
floodedCovered with water. Water flooded the church as high as the top of the wainscoting on the walls.
floodlightedIlluminated by means of floodlights. The fountain is electrically illuminated and floodlighted at night.
floppierHanging limply. The article is about the floppy, not the many uses for the interface.
floppiestHanging limply. The real pain was the speed of the floppy transfers.
floppyHanging limply. The default device for load and save operations was changed to the floppy drive.
floralRelating to or associated with flowers. The floral clock is the first of its kind in the state.
florentineOf or relating to or characteristic of the city of florence. Emmanuel falls in love with florentine.
floriculturalOf or relating to or involving floriculture. These attributes increase its potential for floricultural use.
floridInclined to a healthy reddish color often associated with outdoor life. The works of decorative art are florid in style.
flossyLike down or as soft as down. Hurricane flossy in 1956 delivered the final blow, and toppled the tower.
flourishingVery lively and profitable. The rose was chosen to stand for the community’s flourishing.
flouryResembling flour in fine powdery texture. They are quite floury and starchy.
floweringHaving a flower or bloom. The flowering plants in the garden are nectar plants.
flowerlessWithout flower or bloom and not producing seeds.
floweryMarked by elaborate rhetoric and elaborated with decorative details-john milton. This gave the woman a flowery, willowy look.
flowingDesigned or arranged to offer the least resistant to fluid flow. The river is flowing smoothly.
flownNot to be deceived or hoodwinked. The aircraft was remarkably agile and docile to fly at high speed.
fluentSmooth and unconstrained in movement. He was cultured and chivalrous, spoke fluent greek, and read herodotus.
fluffyLike down or as soft as down. The area around the vent is very fluffy.
fluidSmooth and unconstrained in movement. An improved multiphase fluid flow meter for fluid which contains gas.
flukeySubject to accident or chance or change. Cheers for that, kind of flukey doing my old home town just in time really…
flukySubject to accident or chance or change.
fluorescentEmitting light during exposure to radiation from an external source. Stations on the ground tracked the fluorescent zinc cadmium sulfide particles.
flushOf a surface exactly even with an adjoining one, forming the same plane. First flush is the initial surface runoff of a rainstorm.
flushedHaving the pinkish flush of health. Separating the flushed off vapor from the concentrate is also easier.
fluvialOf or relating to or happening in a river. The town had severe damage from fluvial flood.
flyNot to be deceived or hoodwinked. He intends to fly the aircraft over moscow and detonate the bombs in the plane.
flyawayWorn loose. It does not in any way represent the true flyaway or upc for today’s typhoon.
flyblownSpoiled and covered with eggs and larvae of flies. It’s not a flyblown fringe theory.
flyingHurried and brief. I was a weird, flying, manlike creature.
flyspeckVery small.

Adjectvies That Start with FO (118 Words)

foamierProducing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from exhaustion or disease. The foamy head that develops during the initial stage of fermentation.
foamiestProducing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from exhaustion or disease. Flour will make the hot bath unusably foamy.
foamingEmitting or filled with bubbles as from carbonation or fermentation. Nothing was before him, save the foaming, dashing, measureless ocean.
foamyProducing or covered with lathery sweat or saliva from exhaustion or disease. The foamy head that develops during the initial stage of fermentation.
focalHaving or localized centrally at a focus. The township of ceduna is the focal point of the district.
focusedConverging on a point. It focused on small government and liberalist politics.
foetalOf or relating to a fetus. He specialised in obstetrics and was a leading authority on foetal osteomalacia.
foetidOffensively malodorous. Men are not able to come near to this foetid sea …
fogboundEnveloped in fog. For several days the airfield had been fogbound.
foggedObscured by fog. In reversal processing, the material is fogged before the second developer.
foggyStunned or confused and slow to react (as from blows or drunkenness or exhaustion). The initial phase of the storm was mild and foggy.
fogyishOut of fashion; old fashioned.
foiledDisappointingly unsuccessful. The attack was foiled by security officials and the attackers were killed.
foldableCapable of being folded up and stored. The boom primarily consist of foldable triangular truss structures.
foldawayCapable of being folded up and stored. The storage compartment also has a foldaway seat cover and a courtesy light.
foliaceousHaving thin leaflike layers or strata. The foliaceous leaf sheaths are well developed.
foliateOrnamented with foliage or foils. The cornice below the eaves has foliate carving.
foliatedHaving thin leaflike layers or strata. Further down the facade are found pilasters with foliated capitals.
foliolateHaving leaflets (compound leaves) or a specified kind or number of leaflets. Leaves are usually sessile and 3 foliolate.
folioseBearing numerous leaves. Foliose and fruticose lichen stage.
folksyCharacteristic of country life. The prose of this essay is a little to folksy and friendly.
follicularOf or relating to or constituting a follicle. Primary cutaneous follicular lymphoma.
followingIn the desired direction. The abstract states the following.
fondHaving or displaying warmth or affection. The people are fond of gardening.
fondestExtravagantly or foolishly loving and indulgent. She was fond of the violin.
foodlessBeing without food.
foolhardyMarked by defiant disregard for danger or consequences-macaulay. I now realise this was quite foolhardy, and asking for trouble.
foolishHaving or revealing stupidity. It was foolish of me to copy the pictures.
foolproofNot liable to failure. The problem with that is the technology isn’t foolproof.
footedHaving feet. They are also called brush footed butterflies or four footed butterflies’ .
footlessHaving no feet or analogous appendages. They possess a footless column with two hard pollinia.
footlingSmall and of little importance;.
footlooseFree to go or do as one pleases. Chandler created this footloose character, but he cherished the domestic routine she created for him.
footsoreHaving sore or tired feet. I am footsore from apartment hunting.
footsureNot liable to stumble or fall.
foppishAffecting extreme elegance in dress and manner. Wolfe seems very conservative, very arrogant, very foppish, and very genuine.
forbearingShowing patient and unruffled self-control and restraint under adversity; slow to retaliate or express resentment. They often use mental and intellectual forbearing.
forbiddenExcluded from use or mention. The munition is not forbidden under international law.
forbiddingHarshly uninviting or formidable in manner or appearance- j.m.barrie. Later, the church would pass canon laws forbidding the practice of divination.
forcedForced or compelled. They were forced to relent.
forcefulForceful and definite in expression or action. It’s literate and, if forceful, still urbane.
forcelessLacking force; feeble. I’m forceless to rename the main article of sonya.
forcibleImpelled by physical force especially against resistance. The habitual use of the active voice, however, makes for forcible writing.
forcipateShaped like a forceps; deeply forked.
fordableShallow enough to be crossed by walking or riding on an animal or in a vehicle. The river was wide on both sides, but fordable.
foreSituated at or toward the bow of a vessel. The outermost tip of the fore end is smoothly contoured.
forebodingOminously prophetic. His fellow walkers can only watch in pity and foreboding.
foregoingEspecially of writing or speech; going before. The following table summarizes the foregoing approaches.
foregoneWell in the past; former. The outcome was a foregone conclusion from day one.
forehandMade with palm facing direction of stroke. Uses of the turn on the forehand.
forehandedHaving provided for the future. The basic motion is a forehanded sidearm movement.
foreignRelating to or originating in or characteristic of another place or part of the world. Mere hand shaking was denounced as effete and foreign.
foremostRanking above all others. The foremost is the championship award, given to the winner.
forensicOf, relating to, or used in public debate or argument. The controversy is routed in the forensic evidence.
foreordainedEstablished or prearranged unalterably. This gives all that follows the air of a foreordained tragedy.
foreseeableCapable of being anticipated. It’ll probably remain in the kernel for the foreseeable future.
foresightfulPlanning prudently for the future. Very foresightful, big picture wise.
forestedCovered with forest. In the north the glaciated peaks drop to tundra and boreal forested uplands.
forfeitSurrendered as a penalty. There would not have been a forfeit.
forfeitedSurrendered as a penalty. The media uses the words vacated and forfeited interchangeably.
forficateResembling a fork; divided or separated into two branches.
forgetfulNot mindful or attentive- g.b.shaw. Sleep approaches the desired totally unconscious forgetful state.
forgettableEasily forgotten. Per above, useless and forgettable.
forgivableEasily excused or forgiven. Exaggerating pleasures is forgivable, but exaggerating troubles is not forgivable.
forgivingInclined or able to forgive and show mercy. Can we just skip the apology and go straight to the forgiving
forlornMarked by or showing hopelessness. The car sat for awhile in the front yard, both of us forlorn.
formalLogically deductive. Kinematics is the formal description of motion.
formalisedConcerned with or characterized by rigorous adherence to recognized forms (especially in religion or art). This can be formalised with modal logic.
formalisticConcerned with or characterized by rigorous adherence to recognized forms (especially in religion or art). My real objection is that it’s boring and formalistic looking.
formativeCapable of forming new cells and tissues. Occupation of jiskairumoko spans from the late archaic to the formative.
formerBelonging to the distant past. Former paratrooper chad brading, aged 27, hit the stranger from behind before his victim even saw him.
formicOf or relating to or derived from ants. Formaldehyde is converted to formic acid in the body.
formidableInspiring fear- g.h.johnston. The anime has shown the monster to be extremely formidable.
formlessHaving no definite form or distinct shape. Basava has a proponent of monotheistic concept of formless god..
formosanOf or relating to or characteristic of the island republic on taiwan or its residents or their language. There is still hope for the formosan black bear.
formulaicCharacterized by or in accordance with some formula. The formulation is fairly formulaic.
formularyOf or relating to or of the nature of a formula. Patients pay varying co pays for drugs that are on formulary.
forteUsed chiefly as a direction or description in music. I think the army doesn’t have any forte.
fortementeChiefly a direction or description in music; loud and strong.
forthcomingAt ease in talking to others. Perhaps when the damage is unmitigated, solutions will be forthcoming.
forthrightCharacterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion. You are giving me the straightforward and forthright view that you have.
fortiethThe ordinal number of forty in counting order. The song appears as the fortieth song of that collection.
fortifiedHaving something added to increase the strength. The site was fortified in the 17th century.
fortissimoChiefly a direction or description in music. Fortissimo is a term in music dynamics meaning to be played very loud.
fortnightlyOccurring every two weeks. It usually adheres to a fortnightly tabloid format.
fortuitousOccurring by happy chance. The collapse of the case against her was fortuitous.
fortunatePresaging good fortune. The transaction was fortunate indeed for the local residents.
fortyBeing ten more than thirty. Grandma was the matriarch of a family of over forty members.
forty-oneBeing one more than forty. The average nubile female, aged thirteen to twenty one, is two feet, ten inches high and weighs forty eight pounds.
forwardMoving forward. The car lunged forward.
forward-lookingAhead of the times. The robot was moving forward.
fossilCharacteristic of a fossil. Remarks on the bones of a fossil reptilian quadruped.
fossiliferousBearing or containing fossils. The parish lies on fossiliferous chalk and upper greensand.
fossilisedSet in a rigidly conventional pattern of behavior, habits, or beliefs. One of the features is a fossilised thylacine skeleton.
fossilizedSet in a rigidly conventional pattern of behavior, habits, or beliefs. A coprolite is fossilized animal dung.
fossorialAdapted for digging. It may have been somewhat fossorial in nature.
fosterProviding or receiving nurture or parental care though not related by blood or legal ties. The party promoted a dialogue with the government to foster political pluralism.
foulNot hit between the foul lines. Stow the complaints and cut the foul language.
foul-mouthedUsing foul or obscene language. The foul ended the bout giving farley the win.
foul-spokenUsing foul or obscene language. The possibility of a foul play investigation hung in the balance.
fouledOffensively malodorous. Do you know the world is a foul sty
foulerCharacterized by obscenity. Postmortem examinations on the victims showed signs of foul play.
foulestViolating accepted standards or rules. The use of foul language in the article is gratuitous.
foundCome upon unexpectedly or after searching. I found the matchbox
fourBeing one more than three. In addition, four landwehr and six ersatz divisions were formed.
four-month-oldJust preceding something else in time or order. Lucky debonair died of old age in 1987 at age twenty five.
four-wheelOf or relating to vehicles with four wheels. The tread of the wheel is slightly tapered.
four-wheeledOf or relating to vehicles with four wheels. The four corinthian columns of the altar area symbolize the four evangelists.
four-year-old(used informally especially for emphasis)old (adj) of a very early stage in development. In her old age, she has become an abusive hypochondriac.
fourfoldFour times as great or many. The fourfold version of an architectural trefoil is a quatrefoil.
fourhandedInvolving or requiring four players.
fourpennyUsed of nail size; 1 3/8 in or 3.8 cm long.
fourscoreBeing ten more than seventy. I never doubted of it for fourscore years.
foursquareCharacterized by firm and unwavering conviction. But today, even foursquare had an evil twist.
fourteenBeing one more than thirteen. The estate and house were finally woken from fourteen years of slumber.
fourteenthComing next after the thirteenth in position. From a fourteenth century manuscript.
fourthComing next after the third and just before the fifth in position or time or degree or magnitude. There are plans afoot to connect the third and fourth segments.
foxyMarked by skill in deception. Foxy is a cheater and trickster.

Adjectives That Start with FR (93 Words)

fractionalConstituting or comprising a part or fraction of a possible whole or entirety. What is the major weakness of the fractional reserve system
fractiousStubbornly resistant to authority or control. The aim was to unite the fractious labour movement into a cohesive force.
fragileLacking substance or significance. He’s a sensitive and fragile guy.
fragmentalConsisting of small disconnected parts. The result is the production of huge amounts of fragmental volcanic debris.
fragmentaryConsisting of small disconnected parts. The fragmentary state of the palimpsest leaves much in doubt.
fragrantPleasant-smelling. The flowers are unisexual and fragrant.
frailWanting in moral strength, courage, or will; having the attributes of man as opposed to e.g. divine beings. The frail health of swamiji had the devotees anxious with fear.
franciscanOf or relating to saint francis of assisi or to the order founded by him. Augustinian and franciscan convent of yecapixtla.
frangibleCapable of being broken. A conductor plated on a frangible substrate.
frankClearly manifest; evident. She had a frank attitude.
frankishOf or relating to the franks. Frankish and episcopal supremacy.
franticExcessively agitated; distraught with fear or other violent emotion. The performance is interrupted by the frantic bridget.
fraternalOf or relating to a fraternity or society of usually men. Some fraternal groups use the title of esquire.
fraudulentIntended to deceive – s.t.coleridge. One exception to the rule is fraudulent concealment.
fraughtMarked by distress. The tour was fraught with problems.
freakishChangeable. This has freakish figures with triangular heads.
freakyStrange and somewhat frightening. It seems like a freaky examination.
freckledRelating to or covered with or resembling freckles. Self revert this you little freckled house mouse.
freeNot fixed in position. Her financial acumen became the basis for an independent and free life.
free-lanceServing for wages in a foreign army. The kopia lance was the main weapon of the hussar.
free-soilWhere slavery was prohibited. The soil is remarkably fertile.
free-spokenCharacterized by directness in manner or speech; without subtlety or evasion. The links are to the spoken articles.
free-swimmingAble to swim about; not attached. The first level is the swimming pool.
freebornBorn free of free parents. I believe it’s in freeborn county.
freehandDone by hand without mechanical aids or devices. Anyways, in reality, i’m not all that great at drawing freehand.
freehandedGiven or giving freely.
freeheartedGenerous in providing aid to others.
freelanceWorking for yourself. Hayes was a freelance writer at the time of the 1988 election.
freerNot held in servitude. Free licenses are not revocable.
freestandingStanding apart; not attached to or supported by anything. This is a nice vignette, but not notable as a freestanding article.
freewillDone of your own accord. That what we conceive of as freewill is only an illusion.
frenchOf or pertaining to france or the people of france. In a french village, manou is an italian logger, virile, with a broad laugh.
french-speakingAble to communicate in french. Announcers are good at speaking.
freneticExcessively agitated; distraught with fear or other violent emotion. Marseille was becoming physically exhausted by the frenetic pace of combat.
frenziedAffected with or marked by frenzy or mania uncontrolled by reason- h.w.carter. Dam san, at last, was failed and died because of his frenzied desire.
frequentFrequently encountered;. The warnings were ominous and frequent.
freshOriginal and of a kind not seen before. The new town is all straight lines, fresh paint and smooth paving.
fresherFree from impurities. The air on the top was cool and fresh.
freshmanUsed of a person in the first year of an experience (especially in united states high school or college). I helped the auditions and part of the freshman year in the plot.
fretfulHabitually complaining. The afflicted are often fretful, irritable, and voraciously hungry.
freudianOf or relating to sigmund freud or his psychoanalytic ideas. They just lack, in freudian terms, a superego.
friableEasily broken into small fragments or reduced to powder. Coalite is darker and more friable than high temperature coke.
fricativeOf speech sounds produced by forcing air through a constricted passage (as `f’, `s’, `z’, or `th’ in both `thin’ and `then’). Dental fricative or interdental fricative non sibilant coronal fricative.
frictionalPertaining to or worked or produced by friction. Is the force required to slide them frictional
frictionlessLacking all friction. Think of it as a frictionless replacement for wheels.
friedCooked by frying in fat. The javanese also eat the dried and crispily fried frog skin.
friendlessExcluded from a society. Paupers and the friendless gathered forever on the near shore.
friendlierInclined to help or support; not antagonistic or hostile. He was very genial and friendly.
friendliestEasy to understand or use. He was very genial and friendly.
friendlyInclined to help or support; not antagonistic or hostile. The companionable friends were very friendly.
frightenedThrown into a state of intense fear or desperation. Tom is also skittish and easily frightened.
frighteningCausing fear or dread or terror. The effect is both humorous and frightening.
frightfulProvoking horror- winston churchill. That purple blouse at the wedding is just frightful.
frigidSexually unresponsive. Some drowned while others froze to death in the frigid river.
frigorificCausing cold; cooling or chilling. One part is soaked in a frigorific mixture, causing it to cool and contract.
frilledHaving decorative ruffles or frills. The tongue is long and protrusible, and is tubular and frilled at the end.
frillyHaving decorative ruffles or frills. A frilly garter belt, in this case.
fringyAt or constituting a border or edge. Many people would call even that fringy.
frisianOf or relating to the people or culture or language of friesland or frisia. It is about a legendary frisian freedom fighter andfolk hero.
friskyPlayful like a lively kitten. The vandals were getting awfully frisky in your absence.
frivolousNot serious in content or attitude or behavior. The defendants replied that the lawsuit was frivolous.
frizzyIn small tight curls. It is used on frizzy, damaged, unhealthy, dull and mistreated hair.
frolickyGiven to merry frolicking.
frolicsomeGiven to merry frolicking. Some of the funniest moments, aside from rudd and mann’s gloomy, frolicsome comic firepower, arrive in the cameo style margins of the film.
frontRelating to or located in the front. The porch juts forward in front of the door with an additional pediment.
frontalOf or adjacent to the forehead or frontal bone. In the brain, atrophy may be present in the frontal and temporal lobes.
frontedRelating to or located in the front. The first bomb landed among the horsemen in front of the carriage.
frontmostPreceding all others in spatial position. The frontmost axle did not carry a conventional pony truck.
froreVery cold.
frostbittenInjured by freezing or partial freezing. Meanwhile, i’m sorry to hear about the frostbitten woman singing in the woods.
frostedHaving a roughened coating resembling frost. Available in either clear or frosted.
frostianOf or relating to or in the manner of robert frost.
frostierDevoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain. This winter was frosty and freezing.
frostiestPleasantly cold and invigorating. Like frosty the snowman, jackie was a portly man.
frostyDevoid of warmth and cordiality; expressive of unfriendliness or disdain. He cannot enjoy the frosty weather.
frothyMarked by high spirits or excitement. The bubbly or frothy appearance is due to bentonite, or volcanic ash.
frowardHabitually disposed to disobedience and opposition. He was such a froward person.
frowstyStale and unclean smelling.
frowsyNegligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt.
frowzledIn disarray; extremely disorderly- al spiers.
frowzyNegligent of neatness especially in dress and person; habitually dirty and unkempt. He hadn’t on anything but a shirt, and he was very frowzy headed.
frozenAbsolutely still. The potato segments are blanched, fried, and then frozen.
frugalAvoiding waste. It was typically frugal and deep in character.
fruitfulProductive or conducive to producing in abundance. The competition between the two companies proved to be fruitful.
fruitlessUnproductive of success. The second attempt was as fruitless as the first.
fruityTasting or smelling richly of or as of fruit. He was a young negro with fruity loops.
frumpishPrimly out of date. Keep the name frumpish, it goes along with the work.
frumpyPrimly out of date. He met her again in 1843 when she had become a frumpy, middle aged matron.
frustratedDisappointingly unsuccessful. The ship escaped him, and his frustrated crew became restive.
frustratingPreventing realization or attainment of a desire. I find the image uploading process on wikipedia frustrating and unrewarding.
frustrativePreventing realization or attainment of a desire.
fruticoseOf or relating to or resembling a shrub. Foliose and fruticose lichen stage.
fruticuloseOf or relating to or resembling a shrub.

Adjectives That Start with FU (71 Words)

fuddledVery drunk. I tend to get this fuddled up a lot though, so perhaps i am mistaken.
fueledHeated, driven, or produced by burning fuel. Each plantation fueled the wheels of british mercantilism.
fugaciousLasting a very short time.
fugalOf or relating to or in the style of a musical fugue. In an almost fugal style the three obsess over the affair.
fuggyPoorly ventilated.
fugitiveLasting for a markedly brief time. The episode follows the fbi’s search for a pedophilic polygamist fugitive.
fuglyExtremely ugly. I knew it was fugly but hadn’t gotten around to fixing it.
fulgentShining intensely.
fulgidHaving brief brilliant points or flashes of light.
fulgurantAmazingly impressive; suggestive of the flashing of lightning.
fulguratingSharp and piercing.
fulgurousAmazingly impressive; suggestive of the flashing of lightning.
fullBeing at a peak or culminating point. The jungle is full of surprises.
full-bloodedEndowed with or exhibiting great bodily or mental health. This river is full of wildlife and full of water moccasin.
full-blownFully ripe; at the height of bloom. He was apparently blown up in the first salvo.
full-bodiedMarked by richness and fullness of flavor. It has a full bodice and a synched waistline that falls into a full skirt.
full-fledgedHaving reached full development with fully grown adult plumage; ready to fly. In 2003, the first nestling fledged in the wild since 1981.
full-grownFully developed. Apparently it makes grown ups insipid and insane.
full-lengthRepresenting or accommodating the entire length. The depth describes the full length of the fin that enters the water.
full-pageOccupying an entire page in a book or paper. The party is full of verve.
full-scaleUsing all available resources. I’ve been procrastinating the implementation of scale.
full-sizeBeing of the same size as an original. The sizing in canada is the us size, not the uk size.
full-timeFor the entire time appropriate to an activity. In the event that the bout goes the full time, the bout is ruled a draw.
fullerComplete in extent or degree and in every particular. This river is full of wildlife and full of water moccasin.
fullestHaving the normally expected amount. The entire article is full of misinformation and bull dung.
fulminantSudden and severe. The fulminant syndrome presents early with encephalopathy and ascites.
fulsomeUnpleasantly and excessively suave or ingratiating in manner or speech;. For additional information, i am willing to write you a more fulsome reply.
functionalFit or ready for use or service. Adenomere is the functional unit in salivary glands.
fundamentalFar-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something. The fundamental theorem of the arithmetic is flawed.
fundamentalistOf or relating to or tending toward fundamentalism. Also fundamentalist is a hard word.
fundamentalisticOf or relating to or tending toward fundamentalism. I feel you are making yourself fundamentalistic.
funeraryOf or for or relating to a funeral. Shakespeare’s funerary monument.
funerealSuited to or suggestive of a grave or burial. But bush’s non attendance at the funereal is not.
fungalOf or relating to fungi. Such as fungal and bacterial lipases.
fungibleOf goods or commodities; freely exchangeable for or replaceable by another of like nature or kind in the satisfaction of an obligation. Any distinction between war horses and packhorses can be fungible.
fungicidalCapable of destroying fungi. They have fungicidal and plant growth regulating activity.
fungoidResembling fungi.
fungousOf or relating to fungi. Some fungous diseases of the sweet potato.
funguslikeResembling fungi.
funicularRelating to or operated by a cable. The station is the lower terminal of the funicular.
funkyHaving the soulful feeling of early blues. But she was funky fresh that way.
funnierBeyond or deviating from the usual or expected. Your jape is not funny at all.
funniestNot as expected. Your jape is not funny at all.
funnyNot as expected. He is a waggish and funny boy.
furiousMarked by extreme anger. Yudi is furious at the audacious arrogance of this stranger.
furledRolled up and secured. Traditionally these are furled lines the same length as the tenkara rod.
furlikeResembling fur.
furnishedProvided with whatever is necessary for a purpose (as furniture or equipment or authority). The buildings were still furnished at the time.
furredCovered with a dense coat of fine silky hairs. Hyraxes are well furred rotund creatures with a short tail.
furriestCovered with a dense coat of fine silky hairs. These long furry hairs also determine the colour of the flower.
furryCovered with a dense coat of fine silky hairs. Furry stories convey the idea of furry characters with the written word.
furtherMore distant in especially degree. I have to ruminate that further.
furthermostMost remote in space or time or order. The success in battle of bitlis set the furthermost position into the anatolia.
furthestMost remote in space or time or order. That article probably goes the furthest.
furtiveSecret and sly or sordid- a.l.guerard. Is there a furtive effort to alter the ethics of our children
fuscousOf something having a dusky brownish grey color. Hind wing white suffused with fuscous the cilia pure white.
fusibleCapable of being melted and fused. A fusible material is located within the housing.
fusiformTapering at each end. Fusiform dolichoectatic aneurysms are another type of brain aneurysm.
fussierExacting especially about details. He is seen in several occasions to be extremely fussy and obnoxious.
fussiestExacting especially about details. He is seen in several occasions to be extremely fussy and obnoxious.
fussyExacting especially about details. The bridge is relatively unadorned and devoid of fussy detail.
fustyStale and unclean smelling. A kind of antithesis to what they perceive as fusty old stuff.
futileProducing no result or effect. The futile death of almost everyone at the end also sent the wrong message.
futureElected but not yet serving. Take the time to rewrite the stuff in the future.
futurelessHaving no prospect or hope of a future. Because of aimless education, our country becomes futureless.
futuristOf or relating to futurism. In 1912, he joined the first futurist group in umbria.
futuristicOf or relating to futurism. No futuristic super gizmo required.
fuzzedCovering with fine light hairs. I also fuzzed out question of origin of earliest settlers.
fuzzierCovering with fine light hairs. However, the use of the term terrorism is rather fuzzy.
fuzziestIndistinct or hazy in outline. That’s why the rocks looked perfect but the guppy was fuzzy.
fuzzyConfused and not coherent; not clearly thought out. That’s why the rocks looked perfect but the guppy was fuzzy.

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