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face[(1)the front of the head:eyes,nose,month;(2)to look to ward;(3)to turn to ward;(4)to have before you,such as aproblem or danger]

Put as mileony our face.(1)

He faced the flag.(2)

She faced left,then right.(3)

Then ation faced great danger.(4)

fact [something known or provedtobetrue]

The facts show that he spoke the truth.

factory [abuilding or group of buildings where goods are made]

The shoe factory in our town is moving to Mexico.

fail [(1)to not succeed;(2)to not rea chagoal]

My car failed to start.(1)

The leaders failed to reach apeace agreement.(2)

fair [(1)just;(2)honest;(3)what is right]

The judge made a fair decision.(1)

He played the game fairly.(2)

(~lyadverb)

It was only fair that she invite him to dinner.(3)

fall [(1)to go down quickly;(2)to come down;(3)to drop to the groun doral ower position]

The burning airplan efell from the sky.(1)

The ballfell gentlyin to my hands.(2)

The snow melted asitfell.(3)

false [(1)nottrue;(2) notcorrect]

She made a false statementt ot he police.(1)

The computer gave a falseanswer.(2)

family [the group that in cludes children and their parents]

She has a large family.

famous [known very well to many people]

He is a famous actor.

far [at,to or from agreatd is tance]

John’s home is far from here.

farm [land used to grow crops and animals for food]

His family owns a big farm in Kansas.

fast[ (1)moving or working at great speed;(2) quick]

He said he could run as fast as arace horse.(1)

My dog is a fast eater.(2)

fat [(1)tissue in the bodies of human sand an imals used to store energy and to keep warm;(2) thick;(3) heavy]

She stays thin by not eating any fat.(1)

Her dog looks fat,bu tall pug slook like that.(2)

The professor has published a fat book on world history.(3)

father[(1)the male parent;(2)a man who has a child or children]

Her father lives withthem.(1)

Are you a father?(2)

fear[ (1)to beafraid;(2)to worry that something bad is near or may happen;(3)as tronge motion when the reisdanger or trouble]

He feared what he could not see.(1)

He feared falling down.(2)

He had a fear that he would fall down.(3)

federal[of or having to dowithanationalor central government]

She works for the federal government as ataxcollector.

feed [togivefoodto]

How many times a day do you feed your dog?

feel [(1)to have or experienceanemotion;(2)to know by touching]

I feel sad because he is so far away.(1)

I feel sand be tween my toes.(2)

female[(1)a woman or girl;(2)the sex that gives birth;(3)of or about women]

With a wife and three daughters,he was surrounded by females.(1)

Femaleshavebabies.(2)

Universitiesprovidemoresupportnowforfemalesportsprograms.(3)

fence[somethingaroundanareaoflandtokeepanimalsorpeopleinorout]

Thefarmerputupanewfencearoundthefield.

fertile[(1)richinproductionofplantsoranimals;(2)producingmuch]

Thefarmer’sfertilesoilproduceshugecrops.(1)

Thewriterhasafertileimagination.(2)

few[(1)notmany;(2)asmallnumberof]

Fewpeoplehaveeverseensuchanunusualbird.(1)

Ihaveafewideasabouthowtosolvetheproblem.(2)

field[anareaofopenland,usuallyusedtogrowcropsortoraiseanimals]

Thefarmerkeptcowsintwoofhisfields.

fierce[(1)extremelystrong;(2)violent;(3)angry]

Thefiercestormcausedmuchdamage.(1)

Thesoldiersfoughtfiercely.(2)

Theangrydemonstratorsshoutedfiercely.(3)

fight[(1)touseviolenceorforce;(2)toattempttodefeatordestroyanenemy;(3)theuseofforce;(4)abattle]

Thetwoboyswerefightingaboutwhowouldbefirst.(1)

Thetwoarmiesfoughtfiercelytodestroyeachother.(2)

Thefightingfailedtopushrebelforcesfromthecity.(3)

Thetwosidesexchangedchargesinthecontinuingpoliticalfight.(4)

fill[toputorpoursomethingintoacontaineruntilthereisspacefornomore]

Jackfilledhiscupwithhotcoffee.

film[(1)torecordsomethingsoitcanbeseenagain;(2)tomakeamotionpictureormovie;(3)athinpieceofmaterialformakingpictureswithacamera;(4)amovie]

Hefilmedthecompleteceremony.(1)

ShefilmedthemovieinNewYork.(2)

Mycameraneedsmorefilm.(3)

Myfavoritefilmis"SavingPrivateRyan."(4)

final[(1)attheend;(2)last]

Tomorrowisthefinaldayofwinter.(1)

Wewonourfinalbaseballgameoftheseason.(2)

financial[oforaboutthesystemthatincludestheuseofmoney,credit,investmentsandbanks]

Thegrowingpoliticalcrisiscouldweakenourfinancialsystem.

find[(1)todiscoverorlearnsomethingbysearchingorbyaccident;(2)todecideacourtcase]

Hefoundanewbookbyhisfavoritewriter.(1)

Thejuryfoundthemanguiltyofmurder.(2)

fine[(1)apaymentorderedbyacourttopunishsomeoneforacrime;(2)verygood;(3)verysmallorthin]

Thecourtorderedhimtopaya500-dollarfine.(1)

Shedidfineworkforourcompany.(2)

Hedrewafinelineundertheword.(3)

finish[(1)tocomplete;(2)toend]

Hefinishedreadingthebook.(1)

Shefinishedhercupoftea.(2)

fire[(1)toshootagun;(2)theheatandlightproducedbysomethingburning]

Hefiredawarningshotandshouted,"Police."(1)

Thefirewarmedourhands.(2)

fireworks[rocketsproducingbrightfireinthesky,usedinholidaycelebrations]

Wewatchedthefireworksforthirtyminutes.

firm[noteasilymovedorchanged]

Sheisfirminheropinion.

first[comingbeforeallothers]

TomwasthefirstpersonIsaw.

fish[acreaturethatlivesandcanbreatheinwater]

Howmanyfishdidyoucatch?

fit[tobeofthecorrectsizeorshape]

Theseshoesfitmyfeet.

fix[tomakegoodorrightagain]

Hewasabletofixhiscarwithouthelp.

flag[apieceofcoloredclothusedtorepresentanation,governmentororganization]

TheUnitedStatesflaghasfiftystars.

flat[(1)smooth;(2)havingnohighplaces]

Hepaintspicturesonflatpiecesofwood.(1)

ThelandisflatinmostpartsofthestateofKansas.(2)

flee[torunawayfrom]

Hetriedtofleebutthepolicecaughthim.

float[(1)tobeonwaterwithoutsinking;(2)tomoveorbemovedgentlyonwaterorthroughair]

Theboatfloatedontopofthewater.(1)

Theballoonroseintotheairandfloatedaway.(2)

flood[(1)tocoverwithwater;(2)themovementofwateroutofariver,lakeoroceanontoland]

Therisingwatersfloodedmuchofthetown.(1)

Thefloodbegantogodownwhentherainstopped.(2)

floor[(1)thebottompartofaroomforwalkingon;(2)thelevelofabuilding]

Thebookfelltothefloor.(1)

Thefirewasonthefirstfloor.(2)

flow[tomovelikealiquid]

Theoilflowedthroughtheengine.

flower[thecoloredpartofplantsthatcarryseeds]

Thefieldwascoveredbyblueandredflowers.

fluid[anysubstancethatcanflow,suchasaliquid]

Thefluidonthefloorwasaharmlesschemical.

fly[(1)tomovethroughtheairwithwings,likeabirdorairplane;(2)totravelinanairplaneorflyingvehicle]

Birdsflyhighinthesky.(1)

WalterwillflytoLosAngelestomorrowmorning.(2)

fog[amassofwetairthatisdifficulttoseethrough]

Thefogslowedtrafficforseveralhours.

follow[(1)tocomeorgoafter;(2)toaccepttheruleorpowerof;(3)toobey]

Heaskedustofollowhimtohishouse.(1)

HefollowstheteachingsoftheRomanCatholicChurch.(2)

TheofficialsaidhefollowedtheordersofthePresident’slawyer.(3)

food[thatwhichistakeninbyalllivingthingsforenergy,strengthandgrowth]

Hewantedtogetfoodforhungrypeople.

fool[(1)tomakesomeonebelievesomethingthatisnottrue;(2)totrick;(3)apersonwhoistrickedeasily]

Herliesfooledalotofpeople.(1)

Hefooledpeopletogetwhathewanted.(2)

Beingtrickedmadehimfeellikeafool.(3)

foot[thepartofthebodythattouchesthegroundwhenapersonoranimalwalks]

Herfoothurtsbecauseshesteppedonasharprock.

for[(1)becauseof;(2)inexchange;(3)throughspaceortime;(4)representativeof;(5)tobeemployedby]

Heisfamousforhiswork.(1)

Givemeonedollarforthebook.(2)

Theytraveledforonehour.(3)

Ispeakforallpeople.(4)

Sheworksforacomputercompany.(5)

force[(1)tomakesomeonedosomethingormakesomethinghappenbyusingpower;(2)power,strength;(3)strengthusedagainstapersonorobject;(4)militarypowerofanation;(5)amilitarygroup]

Theyforcedhimtogowiththem.(1)

Thebombexplodedwithgreatforce.(2)

Heusedpowerfulforcetoliftthefallentreefromherbody.(3)

ThePresidentsaidhewillusethefullforceofthecountryagainstforeigninvaders.(4)

ANavyandMarineCorpslandingforceisonitswaytothetroubledisland.(5)

foreign[(1)of,aboutorfromanothernation;(2)notfromone’sownplaceorcountry]

TheUnitedStateshasdiplomaticrelationswithalmosteveryforeignnation.(1)

Foreignproductsseemtocostlessthanmostproductsmadehere.(2)

forest[aplaceofmanytrees]

Newlawspreventcompaniesfromcuttingallthetreesintheforest.

forget[tonotremember]

Themanwasintroublebecauseheforgothisweddinganniversary.

forgive[(1)topardon;(2)toexcuse;(3)toremoveguilt]

ApardonbythePresidentforgivesacriminalforthecrime.(1)

Iforgiveyoufortakingmycar.(2)

Pleaseforgivemeforbeinglate.(3)

form[(1)tomake;(2)tostart;(3)toshape;(4)akind]

Weformedaplanbeforestartingtheproject.(1)

Theyformedaswimteam.(2)

Sheformedtheclaybottlewithherhands.(3)

Swimmingisaformofexercise.(4)

former[(1)earlierintime;(2)notnow]

Ataformertime,Philadelphiawasthenationalcapital.(1)

Hisformerwifelivesacrossthestreetfromhim.(2)

forward[(1)thedirectioninfrontof;(2)towardthefront]

Thegroupwiththeflagswas10metersforwardoftherestoftheparade.(1)

Themensteppedforwardwhenthesergeantcommanded,"Forward,march."(2)

free[(1)torelease;(2)notcontrolledbyanotherorbyoutsideforces;(3)notinprison;(4)independent;(5)notlimitedbyrules;(6)withoutcost]

Hewasfreedattheendofthetrial.(1)

Forthefirsttime,shefeltfreeasabird.(2)

Hewasafreemanafterbeingfoundnotguilty.(3)

TheUnitedStatesisafreenation.(4)

Afterhisfinaldayofstudies,hewasfreefromalltherulesofschool.(5)

Theprizeshewonwasafreerideinanairplane.(6)

freedom[theconditionofbeingfree]

Manypeopleinhistoryhavediedforfreedom.

freeze[(1)tocauseortobecomeverycold;(2)tomakeortobecomehardbycold]

Youwillfreezeunlessyouwearacoat.(1)

Shefreezesfoodandstoresitinherfreezer.(2)

fresh[(1)newlymadeorgathered;(2)recent]

Hisgardenproducesfreshvegetableseveryday.(1)

Thelawyercriticizedthefreshevidencefoundbypolice.(2)

friend[apersononelikesandtrusts]

Thetwomenhavebeenfriendsformorethanfiftyyears.

frighten[tocausegreatfear]

Loudnoisesfrightenmydaughter.

from[(1)havingaperson,placeorthingasabeginningorcause;(2)ataplacedistant,notnear;(3)becauseof]

Itisamessagefromthepresident.(1)

Theschoolisfivekilometersfrommyhome.(2)

Heissufferingfromcancer.(3)

front[(1)theforwardpart;(2)theoppositeofback;(3)thebeginning;(4)thefirstpart]

Thefrontofherhouseneedspainting.(1)

Shewantedtositinthefrontofthebus,notintheback.(2)

Theywereatthefrontofthelinewaitingtobuytickets.(3)

Hesaidthebestpartwastowardthefrontofthebook.(4)

fruit[foodfromtreesandplants]

Muchofthefruitfellfromthetree.

fuel[anysubstanceburnedtocreateheatorpower]

Whichkindoffueldoyouusetoheatyourhome?

full[(1)containingasmuchasapersonorthingcanhold;(2)complete]

Thegasolinetankisfull.(1)

Hewillspendthefullweekawayfromtheoffice.(2)

fun[anythingthatispleasingandcauseshappiness]

Thechildrenhadfunatthebirthdayparty.

funeral[aceremonyheldinconnectionwiththeburialorburningofthedead]

Afterthefuneral,thePresident’sremainswereburiedatArlingtonNationalCemetery.

future[(1)timeafternow;(2)inthetimetocome]

Wecantalkaboutitinthefuture.(1)

Allfuturemeetingswillbeheldinthisroom.(2)

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