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forget oneself to fail to act in a conventional, dignified, or self-controlled manner.
forgive to excuse or pardon (an offense or offender). [4 definitions]
forgiven past participle of forgive.
forgiveness the act of forgiving. [3 definitions]
forgiving tending to or likely to forgive. [2 definitions]
forgo to do without, refrain from, or give up.
for good forever; permanently.
for good measure as an additional thing; as an extra.
forgot past tense and a past participle of forget.
forgotten a past participle of forget.
for hire available for service or use in return for a fee.
for instance as an example; for example.
forint the chief monetary unit of Hungary, equaling one hundred fillér.
fork an implement with two or more prongs or tines, used to spear, dig, lift, or carry, esp. the one used for eating. [6 definitions]
forkball in baseball, a fastball that curves as it nears the plate, thrown with the middle and index fingers spread apart.
forked having, marked by, or resembling a fork. [2 definitions]
forked tongue deceitfulness; duplicity.
forklift a small truck with a power-operated forked platform that can be slid under heavy cargo to lift and transport it. [2 definitions]
fork out (informal) to hand over, with some degree of reluctance.
fork over (informal) to hand over, with some degree of reluctance.
fork up (informal) to hand over, with some degree of reluctance.