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falsify to make, or alter so as to make, untrue or inaccurate. [3 definitions]
falsity the nature or state of being false; falseness. [2 definitions]
Falstaff a fat, boisterous, boastful knight in Henry IV and The Merry Wives of Windsor by William Shakespeare.
falter to move, speak, or act hesitatingly or unsteadily; stumble. [4 definitions]
fame widespread recognition; public esteem; renown. [2 definitions]
famed widely known or talked about; renowned; famous.
familial of or relating to a family. [2 definitions]
familiar easily recognized; commonly known. [6 definitions]
familiarity knowledge or understanding of a particular thing. [3 definitions]
familiarize to make (someone) familiar with or knowledgeable about something.
familism a type of social structure that emphasizes the needs and desires of the entire family unit as opposed to those of the individual members.
family a group consisting of parents and their children. [8 definitions]
family man a man who is devoted to his wife and children.
family name a person's last name, as opposed to his or her given name; surname.
family planning a program designed to limit the size of a household by properly spacing or preventing the birth of children.
family room a large room in which a family usu. gathers for recreation, conversation, relaxation, and the like.
family style using or pertaining to a method of serving food, as in a boardinghouse or some restaurants, in which dishes are passed from one person to another and each helps himself or herself. [2 definitions]
family tree a diagram or chart tracing the ancestors and descendants of an individual or individuals collectively; genealogical tree. [2 definitions]
famine an extreme and widespread shortage of food.
famish to cause to suffer from severe hunger. [2 definitions]
famished very hungry.