Synonyms ( F )

Fabulous

( Adjective )

Fabulous heros could be found only in fictions. 
Synonyms: 
Brilliant; Fantastic; Marvelous; Spectacular; Superb; Amazing; Breathtaking; Fictitious; Immense; Incredible; Wonderful; Astounding 


Fame

( Noun )

His fame as a poet did not come until his death. 
Synonyms: 
Reputation; Honor; Glory; Renown; Esteem; Celebrity; Credit; Repute; Reputation


Famous

( Adjective )

This town is famous for its hot springs. 
Synonyms: 
Noted; Celebrated; Renowned; Well-Known


Fanciful

( Adjective )

His fanciful paintings are more popular in USA than in England. 
Synonyms: 
Imaginary; Unreal; Imaginative; Fantastic; Capricious; Whimsical 


Fasten

( Verb )

Have you fastened all the doors and windows? 
Synonyms: 
Join; Bind; Fix; Anchor; Bolt; Grip; Connect


Fat

( Adjective )

His fat cheeks get turned whenever he is abashed. 
Synonyms:
Stout; Portly; Obese; Plump; Adipose; Chubby; Buxom 


Fatal

( Adjective )

The cyclist was knocked down by the lorry and received fatal injuries. 
Synonyms: 
Lethal; Mortal; Deadly; Destructive; Pernicious; Baneful


Fear

( Noun )
They stood there is in fearing and trembling. 
Synonyms: 
Fright; Horror; Alarm; Panic; Terror; Dread 


Feeble

( Adjective )

His pulse was very feeble
Synonyms:
Weak; Impotent; Frail; Languid; Debilitated; Infirm


Filthy

( Adjective )

South Africa is no more a filthy country. 
Synonyms: 
Dirty; Squalid; Foul; Impure; Sullied; Unclear 


Final

( Adjective )

The final chapter of this book contains a very interesting information about the author. 
Synonyms: 
Last; Ultimate; Concluding; Finishing 


Find

( Verb )

Did you ever find the pen that you lost? 
Synonyms: 
Locate; Learn; Unearth ;Detect; Ascertain; Discover 


Finish

( Verb )

Have you finished the book yet? 
Synonyms: 
Close; Shape; End; Conclude; Complete; Perfect; Finalize 


Foresight

( Noun )

If you had had more foresight, you would have saved yourself a lot of trouble? 
Synonyms: 
Foreknowledge; Care; Caution; Precaution; Prudence; Forethought; Prescience; Presentiment; Foreshadowing 


Fright

( Noun )

What a fright you look in that old hat! 
Synonyms: 
Apprehension; Alarm; Horror; Dismay; Panic; Terror; Trepidation; Fear; Dismay; Dread 


Fraud

( Noun )

He got more money by fraud
Synonyms: 
Deceit; Duplicity; Stratagem; Chicanery; Guile; Hoax; Fake; Scam; Swindling; Deception


Former

( Adjective )

She looks more like her former self. 
Synonyms: 
Antecedent; Anterior; Earlier; Erstwhile; Prior; Quondam; Ancient; Departed; Old; Previous-part; Aforementioned; Aforesaid


Futile

( Adjective )

All his attempts at last turned out to be futile
Synonyms: 
Abortive; Barren; Bootless; Empty; Forlorn; Fruitless; Hollow; In vain; Ineffectual; Profitless; Unproductive; Unsuccessful; Worthless; Useless; Trivial; Idle; Trifling; Unimportant 


Fundamental

( Adjective )

Knowledge of the fundamental rules of Arithmetic is must to get more marks in this exam. 
Synonyms :
Essential; Important; Primary; Basic; Crucial; First; Integral


 

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