Part 1-13 common but useful words that start with F you should add to your word vocabulary

by | Jan 6, 2019 | English Vocabulary

Ashin Damika

Ashin Damika

Community Writer (Myanmar)

    • Leadership strengths (Level 14)
    • Community Writer (Level 3)

ONE for NOT + (one or one+) (F) Part(1)

Today I am going to share with you common and useful English words thesaurus. 13 common but useful words that start with F you should add to your word vocabulary.

fable
fable = (a fanciful story of something)
which could not happen, eg, a fairy story, (a story with a moral ( = a teaching about good behaviour )) (fabulous=concerned with fables/impossible to believe/ unbelievable large)
Service title
face – value = (the value marked on a piece of money, stamp, etc.) not always its real value.
Service title
factitious = not natural but made by man / untrue / unnatural(of behaviour)
failure
failure = (the act of)not succeeding / (failure to report=not reporting when one ought)
faint
faint = not bright / (adj. lacking in strength / difficult to hear, see, etc. / n. a sudden loss of all feeling caused by illness or shock / faint – hearted = having little courage)
false
false = (wrong),not true, not faithful or loyal / (A false note=a wrong note in music ,or something which is not in good taste/ falsehood=an untruth/falsify= to make untrue)
fancy – free = not loving or wanting to marry anyone
far
far = not near, (at a distance, distance in time) (How far can you go?=to what distance? / Far be it from me to = – -I would not dare to / He will go far=be very successful)//very much(better etc. )(Far stronger = much stronger / Far & away better=very much better / adj. distant/It is a far cry to – – = a long way / few & far between=not often found)(far – fetched= unreasonable / foolish / far – seeing(far – sighted)=wise & thinking of the future/ farther most = the most distance)
few
few = not many / (A few=not many but more than one would expect / Every few(days)= once in a group of a few – – / A good few= a rather large number)
fiction
fiction = not a fact/(anything which is only imagined/a story/the art of writing stories/adj. fictitious)
fiddlesticks
fiddlesticks! = not good sense(=nonsense), (foolishness)
fitful
fitful = not regular, (unsteady)
flabby
flabby = not firm/(soft/lacking in strength of character)
fluke
fluke = (unexpected fortune)/He did it by a fluke=not by good play or good judgment, (by chance) // (fluke=a small flat creature found in the liver of diseased sheep /a flat fish // the broad flattened end of a fish’s tail / the flat point of an anchor)

Thank you,

Ashin Damika

Welcome to our elite “Become a confidence English speaker club” for emerging and confident future leaders. Our group members are the leaders of tomorrow, and they have helped ten of thousands of people with their knowledge and wisdom.

We are the English learning community only for leaders of English speaking and writing. Knowledge sharing is caring!