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Federal Insurance Contributions Act a federal tax law requiring employers to withhold a certain amount from employees' paychecks or wages for deposit in governmental accounts that fund Social Security. (abbr.: FICA)
federalism the principles of federal government. [2 definitions]
federalist a supporter of federalism. [3 definitions]
Federalist party an early U.S. political party that favored adoption of the Constitution and a strong federal government.
federalize to bring together in a federal union. [2 definitions]
Federal Reserve Bank any of twelve central district banks in the U.S. Federal Reserve System.
Federal Reserve note U.S. paper currency in various denominations issued by a Federal Reserve Bank.
Federal Reserve System a U.S. federal banking system that sets interest rates and regulates the flow of money.
federal revenue monies obtained by the U.S. federal government through taxation and investment.
Federal Trade Commission a U.S. agency whose duty is to investigate and prosecute illegal interstate trade practices such as false advertising and price-fixing.
federate to bring together or unite in a federation or league. [2 definitions]
federation the act of federating or joining together into a league of states. [2 definitions]
fedora a hat of soft felt, with a curled brim that can be turned up or down and a lengthwise crease in the crown.
fed up at or beyond the limit of one's patience or tolerance.
fee a charge for services. [2 definitions]
feeble without strength or vigor, physically, mentally, or morally. [3 definitions]
feeble-minded mentally deficient, as from congenital causes or old age. [2 definitions]
feed to provide food for or give food to. [13 definitions]
feedback the returning of opinions, corrections, or other evaluative information after exposure to a product, process, or event. [6 definitions]
feed bag a bag that can be filled with feed, slipped over a horse's muzzle, and kept in place with straps over the animal's head.
feeder someone or something that supplies or receives food. [5 definitions]